World’s Strongest Man in Sacramento: City welcoming back tourism – California News Times

This is the first major event in the city since the pandemic began.

Sacramento, CA — The start of the first major event in Sacramento since the pandemic began is set on the same day California I will resume.

By Tuesday morning, the stage for the World’s Strongest Man Contest at the historic Old Sacramento Waterfront will be set. It will be an opportunity for the city to bend its tourism muscles and rebuild a badly missed calendar of events that attract visitors to the area.

In the fight to be named the World’s Strongest Man, competitor Evan Singleton tore the biceps tendon last year. This year, in Sacramento, first-time visitors to California have a chance to redeem.

“All air conditioners-all-I trained without it,” Singleton said.

After seven months of training in Kentucky, he is also hydrating his body in preparation for potentially record-breaking heat. Singleton said he is focused on 100% victory because the medical staff and cooling area are ready…

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