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Hafthor Bjornsson, 'Game of Thrones' Star, Sets New Record by Deadlifting 1,104 pounds

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Hafþór Björnsson, best known for playing the Mountain in the popular HBO series 'Game of Thrones,' just broke a major world record.

After deadlifting 1,104.5 pounds (501 kilograms) on Saturday, the actor has now deadlifted more than anyone in the sport's history.

He posted a video of the feat later that day.

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