105kg Strongman World Championships

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The 105 kg Strongman World Championships is a (mostly) annual competition featuring strength athletes from all over the world, competing for the title of the strongest man in the world with a body weight below 105kg. Created initially by the International Federation of Strength Athletes, the series was eventually moved to become part of the Strongman Champions League, a series created by two former IFSA members Ilkka Kinnunen and Marcel Mostertas. [1]

Champions[edit]

Year Champion Runner-Up Third Place Host City
2018 Finland Mikko Annala Ukraine Volodymyr Reksha Latvia Maris Krievelis Finland Liperi, Finland
2017 New Zealand Jayden Hill Finland Mikka Nikkonen Finland Paavo Paaso Finland Kokkola, Finland
2016 United States Kevin Faires Finland Paavo Paaso Sweden Ola Nilsson Finland Kokkola, Finland
2015 England Ben Kelsey Ukraine Volodymyr Reksha Norway Jørgen Skaug Aukland Norway Spydeberg, Norway
2013 England Ben Kelsey Ukraine Oleksandre Kryvchenkov Poland Marcin Sendwicki Ukraine Kiev, Ukraine
2010 Ukraine Vitaliy Gerasimov Ukraine Mikhailo Melnikov Lithuania Marius Lalas Ukraine Kiev, Ukraine
2009 Ukraine Vitaliy Gerasimov Russia Aleksander Mantserov Finland Topi Fryfeld Ukraine Kiev, Ukraine
2007 Finland Janne Hartikainen Lithuania Alvidas Brazdzius Latvia Maris Rosenthals China China


Individual Results[edit]

2007[edit]

In 2007 the World Championships were held in China, with 17 athletes from 16 different countries participated in the event. The competitions consisted of 10 events over the course of 1 week.[1]

Position Name Country Points
1 Janne Hartikainen Finland 143.5
2 Alvidas Brazdzius Lithuania 133.5
3 Maris Rosenthals Latvia 129
4 Sergi Konyushok Ukraine 124.5
5 Zdravko Zanev Bulgaria 123
6 Gert Gorsanov Estonia 108
7 Jason Scheepers South Africa 99.5
8 Danny Andersson Sweden 98.5
9 Piotr Piechowiak Poland 93
10 Kevin Nowack United States 93
11 Fouad Hsaini Netherlands 85.5
12 Janos Kezler Hungary 74.5
13 Gerhard Trawöger Austria 66.5
14 Patrick Baboumian Germany 64
15 Robert Scott England 40.5
16 Min Hyogun South Korea 26,5
17 Papp Gyula Hungary 22

2009[edit]

In 2009 and 2010 the contest was held in Kiev, Ukraine during the same weekend as the SCL Finals, with co-organizers Vladimir & Olena Kiba from the Ukrainian Federation of Strength Athletes (UFSA).[1][2]

Position Name Country Points
1 Vitaliy Gerasimov Ukraine 70
2 Mikhailo Melnikov Ukraine 68
3 Marius Lalas Lithuania 64
4 Gert Gorshanov Estonia 63
5 Aleksander Mantserov Russia 58
6 Justin Blake United States 37
7 Alexey Vishnitsky Ukraine 34.5
8 Maris Blumfelds Latvia 34
9 Patrick Baboumian Germany 31
10 Paul Wood England 25.5
11 Josef Masaryk Slovakia 17
12 Rami Koski Finland 9

2010[edit]

[3]

Position Name Country Points
1 Vitaliy Gerasimov Ukraine 55
2 Aleksander Mantserov Russia 54
3 Topi Fryfeld Finland 35.5
4 Oleksander Krivchenkov Ukraine 34.5
5 Alexey Vishnitsky Ukraine 31.5
6 Rori Scheepers South Africa 31
7 Tomas Haijnal Hungary 25.5
8 Harri Peltomaa Finland 25
9 Maris Blumfeld Latvia 9
10 Ladislav Zsemlye Slovakia 7

2013[edit]

[4]

Position Name Country Points
1 Ben Kelsey England 60
2 Oleksandre Kryvchenkov Ukraine 56.5
3 Marcin Sendwicki Poland 53.5
4 Mykhailo Hodyakov Ukraine 39
5 Dalius Ziminskas Lithuania 38
6 Sean Demarinis United States 37
7 Vidar Daae Vikoyr Norway 34.5
8 Johnny Wasisko United States 33.5

2015[edit]

[5]

Position Name Country Points
1 Ben Kelsey England 53
2 Volodymyr Reksha Ukraine 48
3 Jørgen Skaug Aukland Norway 47.5
4 Marcin Sendwicki Poland 44
Jiří Groenman Czech Republic 44
6 Antanas Ziuraskas Lithuania 31
7 Adam Lane United States 30
8 Tomasz Rzymkowski Poland 22
9 Jiří Tkadlčík Czech Republic 21
10 Johnny Wasiczko United States 20.5
11 Oliver Nell Germany 20
12 Paavo Paaso Finland 4

2016[edit]

[6]

Position Name Country Points
1 Kevin Faires United States 55
2 Paavo Paaso Finland 44
3 Ola Nilsson Sweden 39
4 Patryk Przybyla Poland 37.5
5 Mika Nikkonen Finland 36.5
6 Jordan Donaldson United States 36
7 Dhanni Moar Scotland 31.5
8 Mindaugas Brazauskas Lithuania 27.5
9 Frikkie Page South Africa 23.5
10 Mikko Lahti Finland 20.5
11 Harri Peltomaa Finland 19.5
12 Henrik Henningson Sweden 9.5

2017[edit]

[7]

Position Name Country Points
1 Jayden Hill New Zealand 48.5
2 Mika Nikkonen Finland 47.5
3 Paavo Paaso Finland 40
4 Mikko Lahti Finland 36.5
5 Gary Piotrowski United States 34.5
6 Tyson Morrison Australia 34
7 Gaisha Pavlo Ukraine 31
8 Dhanni Moar Scotland 29.5
9 Jeffrey Lee United States 27
10 Mikko Annala Finland 26
11 Oliver Nell Germany 20.5
12 John Emil Westby Norway 13


See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "intro STRONGMAN CL". strongmancl.com. Retrieved 1 January 2018.
  2. ^ "intro STRONGMAN CL". strongmancl.com. Retrieved 1 January 2018.
  3. ^ "Vitaliy Gerasimov Defends his 105-kg Strongman Title". www.ironmind.com. Retrieved 1 January 2018.
  4. ^ "World's Strongest Man under 105kg". strongman.org. 2013-08-05. Retrieved 1 January 2018.
  5. ^ "World's Strongest Man under 105kg". strongmancl.com. 2015-02-12. Retrieved 20 April 2019.
  6. ^ "World's Strongest Man under 105kg". strongmancl.com. 2016-09-09. Retrieved 20 April 2019.
  7. ^ "World's Strongest Man under 105kg". strongmancl.com. 2017-09-09. Retrieved 20 April 2019.

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