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15-year-old Antigo boy shines at strength competition (with video)

13th annual Semi Pull and Strongman Competition raises about $1,300 for Special Olympics

6:54 PM, Sep. 29, 2013
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Max Kleisch might not be old enough to have his driver's license yet, but he can move a pickup truck across 10 parking spaces.

Kleisch, 15, of Antigo was the youngest competitor in the 13th annual Semi Pull and Strongman Competition, a Special Olympics fundraiser that took place Sunday at Globe University in Rothschild.

The strongman competition, which Kleisch competed in against three adult men, consisted of three events. In the first event, each competitor sat on the ground and pulled a pickup truck attached to a rope across about 10 parking spaces. Second, they had to flip a 441-pound tire ...

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