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Hafthor "The Mountain" Bjornsson

Better known to many as “Thor” or “The Mountain,” Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson has long been one of the biggest stars on the international Strongman circuit. Since 2018, however, he has truly entered the conversation with the all-time greats, winning his first World’s Strongest Man title (the first Icelandic champion since his mentor Magnus ver Magnusson) and three consecutive Arnold Strongman Classics (2018-2020). In May of 2020, he set a new World Record with a 501 KG (1,104LB) deadlift, a feat watched by millions online and reported in hundreds of news outlets around the globe.

Prior to this remarkable run, Bjornsson had already achieved six podium finishes at the WSM and three Top 5 finishes at the Arnold; to go along with three Europe’s Strongest Man titles. With those accomplishments to his credit and a budding acting career gaining momentum at the same time, the 6-foot-9, 400-pounder easily could have shifted his focus more toward new TV and film pursuits as he reached age 30. But Thor still had unfinished business in the world of strength, and he instead re-dedicated himself to achieving the competitive goals that had eluded him. His recent success has been a testament to that singular work ethic, forged back in his youth in Reykjavik.

Bjornsson actually began his athletic career as a standout basketball player before injuries led him down his current path. Starting up Strongman at age 20, he won his first "Iceland's Strongest Man" title a few years later, and has since defended that crown EIGHT straight times. Thor's desire to take on new challenges transcended sports entirely in 2014, when he began portraying “The Mountain” in a certain popular HBO dragon show. He also recently appeared (as himself) in the Rogue documentary Fullsterkur, discussing the stone lifting tradition in Iceland and the influence that his childhood hero, Jón Páll Sigmarsson, had on his life.

Rogue is pleased to offer a range of exclusive Hafthor Bjornsson products in our Signature Series, cataloged at the top of this page.

Career Highlights

2020

World Record Deadlift 501KG (1,104LB)
Arnold Strongman Classic1st

2019

World's Strongest Man3rd
Europe‘s Strongest Man1st
Arnold Strongman Classic1st

2018

World's Strongest Man1st
Europe‘s Strongest Man1st
Iceland‘s Strongest Man1st
Arnold Strongman Classic1st

2017

World's Strongest Man2nd
Europe‘s Strongest Man1st
Iceland‘s Strongest Man1st
Arnold Strongman Classic2nd

2016

World's Strongest Man2nd
Europe‘s Strongest Man2nd
Iceland‘s Strongest Man1st
Arnold Strongman Classic5th

2015

World's Strongest Man3rd
Europe‘s Strongest Man1st
Iceland‘s Strongest Man1st
Arnold Strongman Classic7th
World's Strongest Viking1st

2014

World's Strongest Man2nd
Europe‘s Strongest Man1st
Iceland‘s Strongest Man1st
Arnold Strongman Classic5th
World's Strongest Viking1st

2013

World's Strongest Man3rd
Europe‘s Strongest Man4th
Iceland‘s Strongest Man1st
Arnold Strongman Classic8th

2012

World's Strongest Man3rd
Europe‘s Strongest Man5th
Iceland‘s Strongest Man1st
Arnold Strongman Classic10th
Arnold Strongman Classic Europe6th

2011

World's Strongest Man6th
Iceland‘s Strongest Man1st
Arnold Classic Amateur Strongman2nd

2010

Iceland‘s Strongest Man1st

Hafthor's Stats

Personal Stats
Nickname The Mountain
Birthdate 11/26/1988
Weight 440 lbs
Height 6'9"
From Reykjavík, Iceland