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This beautifully made documentary tells the story of Wolfgang Sadowski, the so called “strongest man of Berlin”. Sadowski narrates the short documentary, telling of his birth in 1937 during the height of World War 2, and how the years after the war helped him appreciate the good things in life and resent it when younger generations complain about their hardships. Now at the age of 80 years old, Sadowski has earned world records for his weightlifting, often out-lifting men 35 years his junior.

Wolfgang Sadowski|The Strongest Man of Berlin|Documentary|Weightlifting

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