'The Strongest Man'
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'The Strongest Man'

Chris Cotillo gave up on competitive weight lifting when his best friend and lifting partner died in a car accident. Ten years later, he's back at the gym with hopes of honoring his friend by breaking regional bench pressing record at the United States Power Lifting meet in Annapolis. (Pierre Kattar/The Washington Post)

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