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ROBERT: This is what we came
boys, these stones right here--
the Dinnie Stones.
For our final challenge in Scotland,
we're going to try and pick up and walk
with the legendary Dinnie Stones.
Donald Dinnie was the first super athlete
and honestly succeeded in almost anything he tried.
These are probably one of the most iconic
things in strength history.
NARRATOR: These two legendary Scottish boulders
were originally used as counterweights
during the construction of the Potarch bridge.
In 1860, Donald supposedly carried them
17 feet across the width of that bridge.
So how are we going to pick these things up?
Supposedly, how he did it was he would pick and kind of,
like, hip thrust, drop back down,
step forward, pick, drop back down.
So it wasn't one continuous walk.
It was more of a up-down, up-down motion.
Right.
But there is a record for continuous walk,
it's a farmer's walk type carry.
You pick it at the sides, and it's one continuous walk
without dropping them.
And the record on that is just a little bit over eight feet.
So what are the exact combined weight of these stones?
So the big boy here is 414 and 1/2 pounds.
The little guy is 318 and 1/2 pounds, with a combined
weight of 733 pounds.
Jeez.
They're awkward.
They're big.
They're a lot tougher than it looks.
A lot of men have come, a lot of men have tried,
and a lot of men have failed to even break
these things off the ground.
If you can even lift the stones, you
get your name permanently put in the Dinnie Stones record book.
Let's go get geared up and get after this.
- Sounds good. - Cool.
Let's do it.
[applause]
All right, guys.
Just so you know, this white tape right here
is the current world record for the farmer style
carry with these stones.
Yup
OK?
You carry them in one fluid motion without dropping them,
from that line pass here, you own the world record.
OK.
Let's get it, guys. On you, Obie.
Good luck.
Ha, ha, get up.
Get up!
Come on!
[music playing]
[cheering]
Let's go, Obie. Let's go.
Let's go.
ROBERT: Ooh.
I had to drop.
It basically pried open my fingers
until it came out of my hands.
Ah, my hands are done, no, no.
Hands are done?
It was like holding 1,000 razor
blades digging into your hand.
Thanks, guys.
[groaning]
All right.
Let's go, Nick.
Come on, Nick.
[music playing]
[cheering]
Nice.
Good job, Nick.
Yeah, I measured that.
Come on, Ed.
Come on, Ed.
Let's go.
[cheering]
ROBERT: Up, up, up!
There you go, slow.
Slow!
ED: Holding onto the stones for so long,
I can literally feel the flesh in my hands tearing,
the skin tearing.
[cheering]
[bleep]
Nice work, dude.
Wow.
Oh my, look at that.
ROBERT: Oh, yeah.
Oh my god.
My hands are literally on fire.
Everything's cracked and creased,
and there's blood coming out my fingers.
That was one of the most painful things I've ever had
to do in my strongman career.
That was genuinely really painful.
There are moments in time as a strongman where the world seems
to stop because you're presented with a strength challenge
that you've heard about your entire life.
And the Dinnie Stones has been a feat of strength
that's been on my bucket list.
Commence. Come on.
Let's go.
Up!
Come on, B.
Brian is attempting to break the world
record in the continuous carry of the Dinnie Stones.
[music playing]
[cheering]
ROBERT: Let's go, Brian.
Come on.
- Come on! - Keep it going.
Keep it going. - Come on.
You got three feet, Brian.
Let's go.
[cheering]
Yes!
[applause]
11 feet, 6 and 1/2 inches.
Brian, you just broke the world record for farmers
carry on Dinnie Stones.
Getting the opportunity to come to Scotland,
take on the Dinnie Stones, that's something I'll never
forget for the rest of my life.
I'm at a loss for words, Brian.
That's one of the coolest things I've ever seen.
BRIAN: Yeah. - That was really cool, man
BRIAN: I appreciate that, man.
Well done, Brian.
Thank you, guys.
Since all four of us successfully lifted the Dinnie
Stones, we got invited by the official record keeper
to permanently ink our names in the record book.
Brian, you have an entry for a full lift,
but you also have lift for a farmer's lift and carry.
All right.
So that is the world record.
That's 11 feet and 6 and 1/2 inches.
Awesome.
Yeah, buddy.
That was so cool.
Good job, buddy.
Thanks, brother.
That book is going to stay with those stones
forever, so anybody 50, 100 years from now
can look back and see my name in there
and what I accomplished with those stones.
All right.
You guys ready to eat?
Always.
Yeah.
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