World's strongest Paralympian Siamand Rahman is ready for another showdown in the world stage.
The World Championships will kick off in Mexico City less than a month.
The world's strongest Paralympian made history at Rio 2016 by breaking the 300kg barrier after lifting unprecedented 310kg in the men's over 107kg.
With two Paralympic golds and one world title under his belt, Rahman is still hungry for further glory, Paralympic.org wrote.
This year, a record number of around 360 powerlifters coming from 65 countries are travelling to Mexico City to compete at the latest edition of the Worlds, at the Juan de la Barrera Olympic Gymnasium in Mexico City, from 30 September-6 October.