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Graham Hicks withdrew due to a biceps tear. Though he had placed in the top-ten in previous years, the third-place finish for Caron was his first time on the WSM podium.
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Your Name. Email Address. Enter the code as shown below:. Send message Please wait The late s saw Scandinavian countries taking control of the title, and this lasted until Following Ahola's retirement, fellow Finn Janne Virtanen would improve on his runner up finish and take the title for himself in The final Scandinavian in this group to take the title was Norwegian Svend Karlsen , who did so in The early to late s were dominated by five-time Polish winner Mariusz Pudzianowski , earning the nickname: "The Dominator".
Looking muscular and defined, he temporarily redefined what a strongman was in the world's eyes. He combined speed and massive strength in one package.
His final win was in as bigger and taller men came into the sport. He would defend his title in in spectacular fashion.
He won 4 of the 7 events, and claiming 2 2nd places and a 3rd place in the remaining events to finish with 66 out of a possible 70 points, and 20 ahead of runner up Savickas.
In , Savickas and Virastyuk were tied for the lead heading into the final event, the Atlas Stones. Virastyuk would defeat Savickas to claim the title, with the Lithuanian finishing as runner up for the 3rd year in a row.
Originally, Mariusz Pudzianowski finished in 3rd, but was later disqualified after failing a drugs test, meaning Magnus Samuelsson would once again finish on the podium.
Pudzianowski was in fact the only athlete from the contest to compete at WSM in He would win the contest with and event to spare ahead of runner up Jesse Marunde , who, with 3rd place Dominic Filiou became the first non-Europeans to reach the podium of WSM since O.
Wilson some 15 years earlier. The competition ended in dramatic fashion: in the final, Mariusz Pudzianowski started well by coming tied-1st in the Deadlift and winning the Power-Stairs easily; but by then winning the last 5 events in a row, Phil Pfister edged out the Pole in the final event, the Atlas stones.
Pfister became the first American to win the competition since , and the first American ever to win the competition outside the United States.
Pudzianowski regained his crown in , winning the contest with an event to spare. In , Derek Poundstone had a large lead over Mariusz Pudzianowski after 3 events but Pudzianowski tied the deadlift event for first place and then won the crucial plane-pull to narrow the gap.
Pudzianowski blistered through the event and was able to keep pace with the heavier Poundstone. On the final stone, Pudzianowski was able to capitalize on Poundstone's drop and clinched his fifth title.
Another up and comer Brian Shaw placed third. Shaw defeated Savickas in the Atlas Stones, winning his first title. Over the next four years, the pair would trade the title back and forth.
Going into the WSM contest, Brian Shaw suffered from nerve damage in his hands and slipped down to fourth place. Shaw would regain his title in , ahead of Savickas 2nd and Björnsson 3rd.
The contest was one of the closest battles in WSM history, with these three men separated by just two points going into the Atlas Stones.
Savickas clinched the title by just half a point ahead of Björnsson, and just 3 ahead of Shaw, becoming the fourth man to win four titles.
This victory made Savickas the oldest athlete to ever win the title at the age of 38 years and 8 months.
Shaw would defeat Savickas once again in , with the title coming down to the two of them in the final event for a 4th time.
Björnsson finished on the podium yet again, with Britain's Eddie Hall coming in 4th. Savickas didn't compete in , as Shaw successfully defended his title and joined Savickas on 4 titles.
Björnsson made a 5th podium as the runner up, as Hall continued his steady rise to finish 3rd, despite placing last in the first event.
Hall also set a new Strongman world record with a regular bar at The contest was, however, not without controversy. Björnsson claimed that he had completed one more rep in the Viking press than the judge awarded him.
Quinn, claimed the judges were in fact lenient on Björnsson. He cited multiple examples of Björnsson not following the rules of the viking press, which state that athletes must wait for the "down" signal with each rep, and not "double dip".
The contest was held in Manila , Philippines for the first time in its history. The contest was held in Bradenton, Florida. The final was reduced to 5 events and took only one day.
The new format was designed to streamline the editing for a quicker television turnaround. Both Licis and Kieliszkowski were injured, whereas Björnsson had retired to focus on his boxing match with Eddie Hall.
The contest was won by Oleksii Novikov , who set a new partial deadlift record of For a complete timeline, see the official WSM site: .
Initially, eight men representing various sports and strength disciplines were invited to compete against each other in unique events designed to test each individual to the fullest extent.
The earliest events were relatively crude, but new ideas were introduced over the years. Some events had a basis in both powerlifting and Highland Games heavy events, and others were created based on mythological feats of strength.
There are a number of events that make up each competition. Beginning in , the qualifying format was changed. After five events, the leader clinches a spot in the final.
To determine who will join him, one last event is conducted. In , a new event called Last Man Standing was added.
An Atlas Stone is placed at the center of an octagon and, one at a time, the competitors must lift the stone and drop it over a fifty-five-inch metal bar.
They each have twenty seconds to do this, and once one cannot complete the drop he is eliminated and the next highest scoring competitor entering the event takes his turn.
The competition continues in stepladder fashion, beginning with the two lowest scoring competitors, until only one remains; that competitor is declared the winner of the event and secures the second place in the final for the qualifying group.
The competition used the Atlas Stones to determine the second finalist. The three lowest scorers were eliminated from the competition, and the second- and third-place finishers squared off with the first one to complete the Atlas Stones or the furthest along advancing to the final.
The WSM Hall of Fame was created in to recognize the greatest competitors in the history of the contest. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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