"Every person on earth wants to be a better arm-wrestler" ~ Clayton Faulconer
Hey there, it's a miracle that I am here to tell my story and I am so thankful that you chose to come here. I survived multiple traumatic accidents over my life and I made a pledge that I will not give up until I am a champion again. If you are interested in also becoming a champion arm wrestler, you are in the right place.
My story goes like this; although I had been in two major accidents, by 2018 life was good. I had been inducted into the BC Arm Wrestling Hall of Fame, won the Canadian National Championship nine times to date, and this after I had survived two major accidents. Now, when I say "major", those included a head-on collision (1997), and a severe collision with a manure spreader (2006) where I almost lost my right knee.
In 2018, my life changed and I was involved in a pedestrian vs. car accident — I was the pedestrian. In that accident, I suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). I was bleeding in the brain, I had multiple broken bones and I was placed in an induced coma for 10 days; I was a mess!
I decided, however, that I would come back to again become a champion arm wrestler. And you know what? It happened in 2022 when I won the BC Provincial Championships in Kamloops, BC!
Additionally, I have spent many hours developing strength, and a strategy (basically all I have learned in arm wrestling over the last 30 years) to place second at the 2022 Canadian National Championships in Winnipeg, Manitoba. In 2022, I was competing in a weight class that was two weight classes higher than I have ever competed in the past; a max of 198.4 lbs. — This was a mere 4 years after that life-changing event that should have ended it all for me!
Now, I have made this website to tell my story and teach everything I have learned over the past 30 years to those that want to also be a champion arm wrestler.
Results are everything. In 2021, my now teammate, Randy, recently placed 4th at the IFA World Championships in France. He accomplished this after training as a member of "Arm Wrestling Champions" for a little over a year! It should be noted that no other puller from Canada has ever placed in the top 5 at the World Championships in their first year of practice.... Randy is amazing, and you can be, too!