JFIFC    $ &%# #"(-90(*6+"#2D26;=@@@&0FKE>J9?@=C  =)#)==================================================`K" }!1AQa"q2#BR$3br %&'()*456789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz w!1AQaq"2B #3Rbr $4%&'()*56789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz ?s(5}}=qP4ȍ+*r_ʳuYZ&X̫wW"G` >YI\@RL}OnMVd ]ȸ8#$u/$QW_yapSH IT:c9~t;JȺK<I;zf#IvJ3PQP4- hSq Bp◵l~$hvx9 #; 34Y)Pj#q\ԍ4s NRP v$NX9YW0ǿ# Ț=L9㞝xTZzOAUpłgEWyԞ> x1?T:qNǖ_X\A VkbGj|e),񱉦mgPq%I!iY˜ӧG{=ͮoy]>\c gN.Pm-䵍6xl)pm>Q"W livľVL,W$3ކѮ9LCL'5Rq]L}".5[s S8 W?khoneAN7gs] ڪ#(e*3koač6DvFӜN3qձNM夑@EnKrGpUKNJueInA8eFG*[ 3| s!XYj\OQ`q_B"YP~d]"xUd~Af6뙹/DFc!P`Jk|ۢûb `zd ,eX.Gs~໎3}7{܋ӭ`Ya횱;{Cz˾Q#_q֦ȵoHGnUU|)#ֵ4}*$Zs;. q=RQ[g7倢40O1FB9ѴP3~cx?;] aIWebq]~GiVIy*;Rn"fjqZ٬{w䃻 776iOe-&HJ#Nrj+~g,ʭ:z.P{I@WlTc CҭdK869Ԗ^{H ksiHl!#F*Ο2Ԙ ߊɦJBb+0?:qڸQ+In this exclusive interview, this humble big man talks about his goals, his training and his willingness to accept his responsibilities as a role model.<br><br>BFS: When you left powerlifting to focus on Olympic-style lifting, did you encounter any resentment from the powerlifting community?<br>Hamman: No, there really wasn t any. A lot of the guys I competed with told me,  If you can do it, we re behind you. <br><br>BFS: Your squat record has been broken in other powerlifting organizations. Is there any temptation for you to return to powerlifting and reclaim that record?<br>Hamman: If somebody breaks my IPF world record squat, there s a possibility that when I m done Olympic lifting I ll go back and try to break it. <br><br>BFS: Why did you choose to compete in the IPF?<br>Hamman: I started in the IPF because it s the federation that the guys I was training with competed in when I got started in Oklahoma. It seemed a little more professional to me. I liked their drug testing, because it helped make the sport a little bit cleaner, and I liked having to squat deep and being able to use only one suit. <br><br>BFS: Your best deadlift was 738. With all the Olympic lifting that you ve been doing, do you believe you could exceed that right