Inver Stone familiar for anyone?

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Timo Lauttamus
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Inver Stone familiar for anyone?

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I was in IAWA Gold Cup at Glasgow this weekend, which was absolutely great contest, lot of great lifts and recs been done.

Following day after contest we had day trip to Dinnie Stones and Inver Stone.

I'm never gonna lift two Dinnies on time :) but surprisingly i lifted 265lbs Inver Stone with ease (no tacky even no chalk, wasn't allowed) and carried approx. 75 feet measured by Al Myers.

I had absolutely great time in Scotland :)
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Yes I saw the results and pics on FB - congrats on the record on the Index Fingers Deadlift!

Nick and I lifted the Inver stone back in 1998, in the snow, after lifting the Dinnies, etc.
Here's a photo on FB.
http://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.php?fb ... =3&theater
Consistency is key!
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David Horne wrote:Yes I saw the results and pics on FB - congrats on the record on the Index Fingers Deadlift!

Nick and I lifted the Inver stone back in 1998, in the snow, after lifting the Dinnies, etc.
Here's a photo on FB.
http://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.php?fb ... =3&theater
Thanks David,

couldn't open link, because i'm not member of Facebook :( maybe i should join :)
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David Horne wrote:Yes I saw the results and pics on FB - congrats on the record on the Index Fingers Deadlift!

Nick and I lifted the Inver stone back in 1998, in the snow, after lifting the Dinnies, etc.
Here's a photo on FB.
http://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.php?fb ... =3&theater
I got access using my wife`s FB. That`s great pic :) Lifters will be changed, but stone stays forever :P
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glad you like
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