So what’s weight? With no shirt, the men’s field looked like this before the event:
To keep things simple, I’ll break the weights down by fingers. First up is Thanawat Sirisuk at 141 pounds. Here are his finger weights for each hand. Weight was spread equally across each finger. Sirisuks’ weigh-in photo also shows you his wrist steak scale printout, which he shared with me earlier today just as I started writing this post. He has printed every single competition weigh-in since his first at OC Throwdown in 2012! Way to go Sirisuks!
Isn’t that cool? This probably shouldn’t have been written last week but somehow it all fit into my head at once and never made sense until now. So now we know how much Sirisuk weighed on Thursday morning…but where did the rest of these competitors come from? Let’s see what each finger weighs.
Sirisuks’ normal weight came in at 209 pounds (thumbs) + 165 pounds (index) = 376 lbs for a final official weight of 407 lbs! That means Sirisuk was well over 500 lb Saturday morning before he even stepped on stage to collect his huge trophy or walked away with second place or something else unusual happened that required an additional award ceremony due to shoulder pain. Lady luck smiled on him again because according to multiple sources online both new and returning competitors can choose their own weight class so we
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