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Champion Powerlifter Matt Poe presses the 16ft long, 255 pound Albino Burmese Python over his head for a total lift of 300 pounds on October 13, 2013 at the PETCO in Lebanon, Tennessee. Ernie "The SnakeHunter" Lanier owns the snake which is one of the top ten biggest albino pythons in the world. The snakes name is Dolly.Matt Poe now holds the world record for a non-albino burmese and albino burmese pythons being pressed over head (367 pounds and 300 pounds respectively---includes a 67 pound and 45 pound lifting bar).
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|IX Far Eastern Championship Games|
|Host city||Tokyo, Japan|
← 1927 Shanghai
1934 Manila →
1930 Far Eastern Championship Games
At the 1930 Far Eastern Championship Games, the athletics events were held in Tokyo, Japan in May. A total of 19 men's athletics events were contested at the competition.
The host nation, Japan, defended its athletics title from the 1927 edition with a dominating performance at the competition. Winning all but two of the events contested, it also had medal sweeps in nine events and provided two medallists in all but two individual events. The Philippines won the other two gold medals along with six silver medals to take a clear second place. China won only one medal in athletics – a relay medal for finishing last among the three competing teams. Amid heightened tensions with Japan, China's poor results fostered anti-Japanese sentiment among its citizens, many of whom saw the performance at this edition as a national embarrassment, particularly given the comparative size of Japan compared to China.
Four athletes defended their titles from the previous edition: Seiichiro Tsuda in the 1500 metres, Kosaku Sumiyoshi in the javelin throw, Simeon Toribio in the high jump and Mikio Oda in the triple jump. Oda's victory was his fourth straight Far Eastern win in the event – a feat only bettered by Fortunato Catalon, who won the 100-yard dash/100 metres titles from 1917 to 1925. Takayoshi Yoshioka (a future world record holder) was a double sprint champion on this occasion. Sumiyoshi was the only other person to win two individual titles at the competition, adding the pentathlon to his javelin defence. Oda also won silver medals in the pole vault and long jump – the only man to receive three individual medals at that year's athletics meet.
Japan continued its strong tradition in the jumps with Chuhei Nambu taking the long jump title; he was later the 1932 Olympic triple jump champion. Shuhei Nishida—pole vault and decathlon champion here—was an Olympic silver medallist at the same games. This success also extended globally for Japan, as Oda and Nishida were gold medallist at the 1930 International University Games. Two of the Filipino medallists in Tokyo, high jumper Toribio and Miguel White, later won Olympic medals (as of 2015, they are the only athletics medallists for the Philippines at the Olympics).Medal summary
|100 metres||Takayoshi Yoshioka (JPN)||10.8||Anselmo Gonzaga (PHI)||???||Chuhei Nambu (JPN)||???|
|200 metres straight||Takayoshi Yoshioka (JPN)||21.8||Anselmo Gonzaga (PHI)||???||Kichizo Sasaki (JPN)||???|
|400 metres||Itaro Nakajima (JPN)||49.2||Teiichi Nishi (JPN)||???||Miguel White (PHI)||???|
|800 metres||Susumi Hisatomi (JPN)||1:58.8||Haruo Yashiba (JPN)||???||Pedro Yatar (PHI)||???|
|1500 metres||Seiichiro Tsuda (JPN)||4:06.0||Masamichi Kitamoto (JPN)||???||Katsujiro Nishiura (JPN)||???|
|10,000 metres||Yutaka Kudo (JPN)||32:42.6||Iwakichi Otsubo (JPN)||???||Kenji Mimura (JPN)||???|
|110 m hurdles||Yoshio Miki (JPN)||15.4||Felizardo Casio (PHI)||???||Only two finishers|
|200 m hurdles straight||Felizardo Casio (PHI)||25.6||J. Cadores (PHI)||???||Masayuki Miyake (JPN)||???|
|4×200 m relay||Japan (JPN)||1:29.6||Philippines (PHI)||Only two finishers|
|4×400 m relay||Japan (JPN)||3:24.2||Philippines (PHI)||???||China (CHN)||???|
|High jump||Simeon Toribio (PHI)||2.00 m||Kazuo Kimura (JPN)||1.96 m||Misao Ono (JPN)||1.91 m|
|Pole vault||Shuhei Nishida (JPN)||4.00 m|| Senichi Asai (JPN)
Mikio Oda (JPN)
|3.78 m||Not awarded|
|Long jump||Chuhei Nambu (JPN)||7.59 m||Mikio Oda (JPN)||7.46 m||Ichiro Tomiyama (JPN)||7.32 m|
|Triple jump||Mikio Oda (JPN)||14.74 m||Zensuke Tatenaka (JPN)||14.38 m||Yoshitoshi Shibata (JPN)||13.75 m|
|Shizuo Takada (JPN)||15.80 m||Teruo Aono (JPN)||15.01 m||Saburo Furukawa (JPN)||14.42 m|
|Discus throw||Masae Saito (JPN)||40.27 m||Yasuji Kuroda (JPN)||39.54 m||Yoshio Okita (JPN)||39.01 m|
|Javelin throw||Kosaku Sumiyoshi (JPN)||62.19 m||Kintaro Ito (JPN)||60.09 m||Noburo Suganumo (JPN)||58.40 m|
|Pentathlon||Kosaku Sumiyoshi (JPN)||2838 pts||Takeshi Jinno (JPN)||2641 pts||Yasuji Kuroda (JPN)||2627 pts|
|Decathlon||Tatsuo Toki (JPN)||5786 pts||Shuhei Nishida (JPN)||5644 pts||Regino Portacion (PHI)||5305 pts|