Stones of Strength

Legend has it during the great Pandemic of 2020 Christopher Daigle, with great strength and the seasoned hands of a SWAT Officer single handedly hoisted the great blob stone, as no man had done before.

Daigle Stone (34lb) – Distance Carry (downward claw grip)
  Men’s  Open Men’s Under 231lbs Men’s Under 176lbs
       
1   Christopher Daigle – 24ft  
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Legend has it on a sweltering 100 degree day; Fontaine Kaufmann hoisted this massive stone and carried it across the entire Potato Plains, twice! No other woman had carried any stone the entire distance of the plains.

Fontaine Stone (106lb) – Distance Carry
  Women’s  Open Women’s Under 176lbs Women’s Under 139lbs
       
1   Fontaine Kaufmann – 181ft  
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Legend has it on a cold fall day, a man of great power, Imam, hoisted this massive stone and carried it across the Potato Plains, to the great Cherry Tree, and, returned to stone to its original resting place. No other man had accomplished this feat!

Imam Stone (134lb) – Distance Carry
  Men’s  Open Men’s Under 231lbs Men’s Under 176lbs
       
1   Imam Elahi – 181ft  
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Legend has it a young man of 8-years, JJ, spent his days observing the local strongmen. One summer day JJ decided he must prove his strength to his heroes. To do this JJ hoisted a massive stone and carried it the entire Potato Plains. The strongmen were so impressed they forever named the stone in JJ’s honor.

JJ Stone (36lb) – Distance Carry (downward pinch grip)
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Legend has it a man of lightning speed, Jeremy Kaufmann, hoisted this massive smooth rock, held it with a mighty grip, and, ran with it across the Potato Plains in a mere 18 seconds. This is a feat that is unmatched to this day.

Kaufmann Stone (120lb) – Distance Carry
  Men’s  Open Men’s Under 231lbs Men’s Under 176lbs
       
1     Jeremy Kaufmann – 181ft
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Legend has it a teenager of great strength, Evan King, lifted this massive stone and carried it across the Potato Plains and beyond. People claim the distance he carried the stone is well over 100ft. Clearly no other person had carried this stone prior, let alone such a distance.

King Stone (146lb) – Distance Carry
  Men’s  Open Men’s Under 231lbs Men’s Under 176lbs
       
1 Evan King – 106ft    
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Legend has it the healthcare workers of 2020 had unmatched strength, bravery, courage, and, indomitable spirit. One of those healthcare workers, Myra King, took a brief moment away from her heroic duties to represent the strength of her and her fellow heroes by carrying this massive stone across the entire Potato Plains. A story all healthcare workers are proud to tell.

Moo Stone (97lb) – Distance Carry
  Women’s  Open Women’s Under 176lbs Women’s Under 139lbs
       
1   Myra King – 81ft  
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Legend has it a woman who gained unparalleled strength by wrestling mighty K-9’s, Chrish Newell, hoisted this stone from the pits of Mt. St. Helen’s and carried it across the full distance of the great Potato Plains. She became only the second woman to carry a stone across the Potato Plains, and, the first to do it with a stone of lava!

Newell Stone (115lb) – Distance Carry
  Women’s  Open Women’s Under 176lbs Women’s Under 139lbs
       
1     Chrish Newell – 181ft
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Legend has it, on a typical rainy Washington day; Taylor Overmiller was out for a jog when he happened upon this massive stone. Without a second thought, Taylor hoisted the mighty stone and carried it twice the distance of the Great Potato Plains. To this day no other person has carried such a stone on such a wet and rainy day.

Overmiller Stone (218lb) – Distance Carry
  Men’s  Open Men’s Under 231lbs Men’s Under 176lbs
       
1     Taylor Overmiller – 181ft
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Legend has it after witnessing her brother JJ carry a stone across the Great Potato Plains, at 5 years of age; Payton began her strength journey by hoisting this massive stone and carrying it the same distance as her older brother! With this amazing feat, this stone became forever known as the Payton Stone!

Payton Stone (17lb) – Put Distance
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Legend has it no man had ever lifted this massive stone to shoulder. That was, until super athlete Ryan Polin not only hoisted the stone to shoulder, but, carried it upon his shoulder twice the distance of the Great Potato Plains. It is said the next morning Ryan sprang out of bed, and ran 5 miles, that is, after his morning set of 500 pushups and 500 sit-ups!

Polin Stone (180lb) – Distance Carry
  Men’s  Open Men’s Under 231lbs Men’s Under 176lbs
       
1     Ryan Polin – 181ft
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Legend has it there exists a stone that challenges the grip of even the mightiest men. Most attempt to lift this stone with a 2-hand pinch; however, one man has hoisted the stone from the ground with a single hand, Michael Wilfong. This feat is one only the strongest of hands can duplicate!

Wilfong Stone (78lb) – Distance Carry (downward claw grip)
  Men’s  Open Men’s Under 231lbs Men’s Under 176lbs
       
1 Michael Wilfong – 8ft    
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