A Dalton firefighter earned the title of "Toughest Firefighter" in Georgia.
Robbie Townsend went up against 14 other firefighters from across the state in a special competition in Dalton.
They all had to complete a number of challenges.
They had to do things like carry a hose up 4 flights of stairs.
They had use a sledgehammer to drive a concrete block 5 feet.
And they had to drag a 170 pound dummy 100 feet backwards in full gear.
Robbie Townsend of the Dalton Fire Department ended up winning.
He got a plaque, and bragging rights.
Townsend just decided to enter the competition this morning.