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2022 World’s Strongest Man: Tom Stoltman Reigns Supreme

Credit: Joe Martinez / World’s Strongest Man The 2022 World’s Strongest Man competition has come to an electrifying conclusion, with Tom Stoltman emerging as the ultimate champion. The 27-year-old Scotsman secured his second consecutive title...

strongman mitchell hooper Credit: Joe Martinez / World’s Strongest Man

The 2022 World’s Strongest Man competition has come to an electrifying conclusion, with Tom Stoltman emerging as the ultimate champion. The 27-year-old Scotsman secured his second consecutive title after a fierce battle against Ukrainian powerhouse Oleksii Novikov. Stoltman's victory makes him the first back-to-back winner since 2016 and the 10th strongman to win multiple World's Strongest Man titles. Consistency was key to Stoltman's success, as he never placed lower than third in any of the six Finals events.

The Podium

Joining Stoltman on the podium were Martins Licis of the USA, finishing in second place, and Oleksii Novikov in third. Licis showcased his immense strength throughout the competition, while Novikov fought tirelessly to secure a spot among the top three.

Atlas Stones

Atlas Stones

The Atlas Stones event played a crucial role in determining the final rankings. While Licis and Novikov were tied on points, Licis emerged as the victor due to his exceptional performance in the Atlas Stones, winning the tiebreaker.

Here are the results of the Atlas Stones event:

  1. Tom Stoltman — Five stones, 25.76 seconds
  2. Maxime Boudreault — Five stones, 28.04 seconds
  3. Trey Mitchell — Five stones, 33.06 seconds
  4. Brian Shaw — Five stones, 39.29 seconds
  5. Martins Licis — Five stones, 45.74 seconds
  6. Luke Stoltman — Four stones, 25.78 seconds
  7. Eythor Ingolfsson Melsted — Four stones, 28.87 seconds
  8. Gabriel Rhéaume — Four stones, 33.55 seconds
  9. Mitchell Hooper — Four stones, 33.78 seconds
  10. Oleksii Novikov — Four stones, 36.7 seconds

Bus Pull

Bus Pull

The Bus Pull challenged athletes to exert their strength by pulling an 18.5-ton bus along a 30-meter course as quickly as possible. The event witnessed some impressive displays of power.

Here are the results of the Bus Pull event:

  1. Oleksii Novikov — 41.51 seconds
  2. Martins Licis — 42.18 seconds
  3. Tom Stoltman — 44.5 seconds
  4. Brian Shaw — 44.69 seconds
  5. Trey Mitchell — 45.72 seconds
  6. Luke Stoltman — 47 seconds
  7. Maxime Boudreault — 47.2 seconds
  8. Mitchell Hooper — 49.24 seconds
  9. Eythor Ingolfsson Melsted — 51.32 seconds
  10. Gabriel Rhéaume — 53.22 seconds

Reign Total Body Fuel Power Stairs

Reign Total Body Fuel Power Stairs

The Reign Total Body Fuel Power Stairs event tested the athletes' ability to carry three 226-kilogram (500-pound) implements up nine stairs. It was a challenge that pushed the competitors to their limits.

Here are the results of the Reign Total Body Fuel Power Stairs event:

  1. Maxime Boudreault — Nine stairs, 39.07 seconds
  2. Tom Stoltman — Nine stairs, 41.04 seconds
  3. Martins Licis — Nine stairs, 44.56 seconds
  4. Brian Shaw — Eight stairs, 1:09.03
  5. Mitchell Hooper — Seven stairs, 32.36 seconds
  6. Luke Stoltman — Seven stairs, 59.47 seconds
  7. Oleksii Novikov — Six stairs, 34.20 seconds
  8. Eythor Ingolfsson Melsted — Six stairs, 35.78 seconds
  9. Trey Mitchell — Six stairs, 1:10.22
  10. Gabriel Rhéaume — Five stairs, 35.78 seconds

Relentless Determination and Unforgettable Moments

The 2022 World's Strongest Man competition showcased the extraordinary strength and unwavering dedication of these incredible athletes. As they pushed their bodies to the limit, they left the audience in awe and delivered a competition that will be remembered for years to come.

Stay tuned to witness the thrilling conclusion of this year's World's Strongest Man competition and witness the crowning of Tom Stoltman as the reigning champion for another year.

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