Continuing his dominance of the World’s Strongest Hands contest, David Horne won the third leg of the multi-stage grip strength competition yesterday.
“I had a blast, and was very pleased to win. I have trained so hard for this WSH comp, basically daily grip sessions for what seems an eternity. I always can handle volume for my hands and wrists, and have always thrived off it in the past.
“Overall we had another 11 competitors this leg, so that’s 85 in total,” David Horne said.
Overall results (49 competitors:
Among the women (5 competitors), Elizabeth Horne won with 3 points. Mary Anne McKeague was second (7 points) and Kathi Burger was third (10 points).
Cumulative Points After Three Legs:
Organized by David Horne's World of Grip, the contest used three events to test the competitors' grip strength: David Horne's two-hands pinch grip, wrist developer and adjustable gripper.
One leg remains.
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