The World's Strongest Man Tour Finals

Saturday 15 September 2018

Manchester Arena, England

Britain's Strongest Man 2019

Giants Live returns to the Manchester Arena on September 15th. The World Strongest Man Tour Finals is set to be the Greatest Showdown of Strength yet.

A 5-event battle between the 'World's Top 10 + Past Champions' to find out who is actually the Strongest Man.

In 2017, the contest saw the surprise return of Zydrunas Savickas, who was back to his all-time best, capturing the victory on the final event: The Atlas Stones. Lithuanian sensation 'Big Z', as Zydrunas is known, proved why people rate him as the Strongest Man in History.

Now he has pledged to return and emerge victorious against perhaps the finest line up ever to retain the title in 2018.

So, you’ve seen the Giants on TV, now it's time to see the athletes assembled LIVE.

Please note, due to the nature of the event, the line-up of stars is subject to change.

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Britain​'s​ Strongest Man 2019

Saturday 19 January 2019

FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield, England

Britain's Strongest Man 2019

Get ready for a Showdown that may well be the current World's Strongest Man's final contest ever.

British and World Champion; 'Eddie ‘The Beast’ Hall has agreed to compete but stated that this contest will mark his retirement while still on top. 'The Beast' from Stoke-on-Trent is also set to take a 6th British title in-a-row if he once again succeeds.

Those who stand in his way include Swindon's Laurence ‘Big Loz’ Shahlaei, winner of 'Europe's Strongest Man title in 2016. Plus, Lancashire's own 'Miracle Man' - the mighty Mark Felix - who at 52 years old has had a frustrating four 2nd place finishes at the Brits in his career. Former British Champion, Terry Hollands from Dartford, is always a very giant threat. Not to mention the Scottish Brothers Luke and Tom Stoltman.

The 'Atlas Stones' and 'Log Lift' are just two of the events already confirmed to help find Britain’s Strongest Man 2019.

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Thor retains Europe's Strongest Man crown for a record fourth time

Europe's Strongest Man

Hafpor (Thor) Bjornsson retains his Europe's Strongest Man crown for a record fouth time in front of a packed audience at the Leed's First Direct Arena. Hapfor was in ominous form, winning two of five events and setting a new Icelandic log lifting record of 213kg.

Athlete NameOverall PointsOverall Position
Hafpor Bjornsson441st
Konstantine Janashia362nd
Mateus Kieliszkowski363rd
Zydrunas Savickas334th
Graham Hicks27.55th
Terry Hollands23.56th
Matjaz Belsak20.57th
Mark Felix17.58th
Krzysztof Radzikowski (Retired - Event 4)169th
Vytautas Lalas (Retired - Event 4)1310th