Krzysztof Radzikowski began training at the tender age of sixteen and like many young men idolised the great five-time World’s Strongest Man Polish champion Mariusz Pudzianowski. Unlike most, Radzikowski was lucky enough to even work with Pudzianowski during the early stages of his career.
Throught the years of 2008-2010 Radzikowski often competed in the Strongman Super Series, as well as Poland’s Strongest Man and the World Log Lift Championships (which he finished 2nd in 2009).
He once told a reporter his dreams “…to be considered the strongest man in the world … that is the dream of all strongmen. I know I am not as large as some of the top men, but I love to train—and even though this is a very hard sport, with very hard training you can succeed.”
In his home town in Poland, Radzikowski has taught Physical Education, now that’s a P.E class we will be feeling the pain after.
Bench Press – 300 kg (661.4 lb)
Squat – 400 kg (881.8 lb)
Log Lift – 215 kilograms (474 lb)