At least 15 - I've lost track. The past two WPO events in Chicago and now Helsinki have been literally for the record books. In my opinion - the most impressive feats have been. 1 - Oleksandr Kutcher totalled 2167 at 165 BW for the world record total (would have been a record at 181 too) over 13.13 times his bodyweight. 849/536/783 - world record squat and deadlift at 165. He broke the record he set last week in Chicago with 2121. If you've seen his lifts - he moves the weight so quickly it's scary to think now much more he could possibly have left in him. 2 - Andy Bolton totalled 2722 lbs for a WPO record total and a the 2nd biggest total of all time. 1146 squat - 634 bench and a 942 deadlift for the temporary world record. One can only speculate what he could have done in the dead if he had taken token openers like Benni did. 3 - Bennedikt Magnusson - World Record 970 lb deadlift after token 286 openers in the squat and bench. (Shows what an insane weekend it was in Helsinki when this is the 3rd most impressive feat.) 4 - Jeff Lewis squats 1202 lb for a new World Record last week in Chicago. 5 - Vitaliy Ponomarenko benched 783 at 220 lbs for a World Record in Helsinki 6 - Mike Wolfey benched 688 at 198 lbs for a World Record in Chicago 7 - Vladislav Alhazou squatted 1168 lbs in Helsinki for the 2nd highest squat ever. There have also been 8 1100 lb squats in the last two weeks. And you could make the argument that Becca Swanson world record total of 2050 last week in Chicago is the biggest accomplishment because she is so far ahead of her competitors. (no other women has broken 1600 yet) She set world records in the squat with 854, bench with 523 and deadlift with 672.