Rob Kearney is a 105kg Professional Strongman from Massachusetts and started the sport of strongman at 17 years old. At the age of 21, Rob won the 2013 NAS National Championship to become a professional strongman. Since turning pro, he has taken 2nd place at 105kg America’s Strongest Man in 2014 and 2015. He currently holds the 105kg Pro American and World Record in the log clean and press at 410lbs and most recently won the 2016 Log Lift World Championships at a bodyweight of 246lbs with a lift of 445.5lbs. While rob is mostly known for his overhead pressing, he also holds the 105kg Pro American Record in the Yoke Walk. While not competing in Strongman, Rob is the Director of Sports Performance at Deerfield Academy where he works with all athletic programs in strength and conditioning and also works with the Sports Medicine team. He has a Bachelors Degree in Athletic Training from Springfield College and a Masters Degree in Advanced Athletic Training with a Concentration in Athletic Rehab from Springfield College. Rob is a dedicated boyfriend to Joey Aleixo and together they are working on breaking the “gay stereotype” and want to help make strongman for everyone, regardless of your sexual orientation!
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