Powerlifter Anna Pardzhiani Crushes a 210-kg (463-lb) Deadlift For a Six Rep PR

The country of Georgia is widely known for its incredible strength athletes, as the likes of Lasha Talakhadze, Levan Saginashvili, Konstantine Janashia, and more are representing it. In spite of this, one woman is putting up an impressive performance as any of her fellow countrymen. Anna Pardzhiani is an elite-level powerlifter who is blowing people’s minds with unfathomable feats of strength. This time Anna claimed a new PR by deadlifting 210 kilograms (463 pounds) for six repetitions.
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