A strongman carry medley is a strongman event that typically involves carrying a variety of heavy objects for a specified distance or time. Here are some general rules for the strongman carry medley event:
- The objects that are used in the medley should be specified by the competition and can vary depending on the level of the athletes. Some examples of objects that may be used include kegs, frames, kegs, sandbags, or a yoke.
- The athlete should carry each object for a specified distance or time. For example, the athlete might have to carry a keg for 50 feet, then a frame for 25 feet, and then a yoke for 100 feet.
- The athlete is allowed to use any technique they want to carry the objects, as long as it follows the rules.
- The athlete should carry each object starting and finishing at a specific point, determined by the competition.
- The athlete has to finish the medley within a certain time limit.
- The athlete might be disqualified if they drop any of the objects, if they fail to finish the medley within the time limit or if they don’t follow the rules. Check the rules of each competition to see if drops are allowed.
- Gear: Allowed items include chalk, belt, deadlift suit or squat briefs, wrist straps, elbow sleeves, knee wraps, or knee sleeves. These items vary from competition to competition. Check the rules of each competition to see if drops are allowed.
It’s important to note that different competitions may have different rules or variations of the strongman carry medley, so it’s a good idea to check with the specific competition you plan to participate in.