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Aneta Florczyk

Aneta Florczyk pseud. Atena (born 26 of February 1982 r. in Malbork) – Polish female athlete, especially strongwoman.

Aneta Florczyk started her career at the age of 16, as a powerlifter. She won Polish Championships several times, and in 2000 became European Champion. As a first Polish athlete she has broken the barrier of 500 kg in powerlifting.

After she had been suspended in national team (the suspension has later been proven unfounded and overruled by the court), she began training weightlifting, becoming Polish Champion in juniors and vice Champion in seniors.

Since 2002 she has started training on the equipment typical for strongman and strongwoman contests. Only a year later she won the World's Strongest Woman in Zambia and in 2004 – Europe's Strongest Woman in Ireland.

Later she was World's Champion / World's Strongest Woman in 2003, 2005, 2006 and 2008.

Powerlifting and bench press achievements
* 19 years old Juniors' Champion of Poland in bench press
* 23 years old Juniors' Champion of Poland in bench press
* Silver medal in Seniors' Polish Championship in bench press
* Silver medal on Polish Cup in bench press
* Gold medal on Polish Cup in powerlifting
* Seniors' Champion of Poland in powerlifting
* Sport class - champion' s international
* Member of National Team in bench press and powerlifting 1999-2001
* Powerlifting - second place in European Championship of seniors, Luxembourg 2000
* Record holder of Poland in powerlifting, weight category - 82,5 kg
* Juniors' Record holder of Europe in deadlift - 213 kg
* Silver medal in International Armwrestling Tournament
* As a first Polish woman she broke the barrier of 500 kg in powerlifting (507,5)
* As a first Polish woman she broke the barrier of 200 kg in deadlift

Weightlifting achievements
* 2002 – Polish Vice Champion in seniors
* 2002 – Polish Champion in juniors
* 2002 – European Championship finalist in juniors

Strongwoman achievements
* 2003 – Second place on Scandinavian Championship in Vasteras, Sweden
* 2003 – First place on Built Solid Strongman Challenge in Columbus, USA
* 2003 – Fourth place on European Strongest Woman in Ireland
* 2003 – First place on World' s Strongest Woman in Zambia
* 2004 – First place on European Strongest Woman in Northern Ireland
* 2005 – First place on FitExpo in London
* 2005 – First place on International Norway's Championship in Larvik
* 2005 – First place on World's Strongwoman Championship in Northern Ireland
* 2005 – Second place on World's Highland Games Cup in Scotland
* 2005 – First place on Bregstaed contest, Norway
* 2005 – First place on Europe's Strongwoman Championship in Bydgoszcz
* 2006 – First place on World's Strongwoman Championship in Opalenica
* 2006 – First place, with Tyberiusz Kowalczyk, on international Strongman/Strongwoman Pairs Competition
* 2007 – Winning the European Strongwoman Championship - Trondheim, Norway
* 2008 – Winning the World Strongwoman Championship - Poland, Tczew

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