1995 World's Strongest Man

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1995 World's Strongest Man
Host city The Bahamas Nassau, Bahamas
Winner Iceland Magnús Ver Magnússon
Nations participating 9 (final)
Athletes participating 20 (heats) 10 (final)

The 1995 World's Strongest Man was the 18th edition of World's Strongest Man and was won by Magnus Ver Magnusson from Iceland, it was his second consecutive and third overall title. Gerrit Badenhorst from South Africa finished second after finishing fourth the previous year, and Marko Varalahti from Finland finished third. The contest was held in Nassau, Bahamas.[1]

Heats[edit]

Group 1[edit]

Position Name Nationality Points
1. Magnús Ver Magnússon  Iceland 12
1. Joe Onosai American Samoa Samoa 12
3. Berend Veneberg  Netherlands 9
4. Anton Boucher  Namibia 7

Group 2[edit]

Position Name Nationality Points
1. Gary Taylor  Wales 12,5
2. Wayne Price  South Africa 11,5
3. Bernard Rolle  Bahamas 8,5
4. Stasys Mėčius  Lithuania 7,5

Group 3[edit]

Position Name Nationality Points
1. Gerrit Badenhorst  South Africa 15
2. Heinz Ollesch  Germany 11
3. Bill Pittuck  England 7
4. Colin Cox  New Zealand 7

Group 4[edit]

Position Name Nationality Points
1. Marko Varalahti  Finland 14
2. Flemming Rasmussen  Denmark 11
3. Forbes Cowan  Scotland 11
4. Curtis Leffler  United States 4

Group 5[edit]

Position Name Nationality Points
1. Magnus Samuelsson  Sweden 15
2. Phil Martin  United States 10
3. Nathan Jones  Australia 6 (injured)
4. Torfi Ólafsson  Iceland 2 (injured)

Final results[edit]

#[1] Name[1] Nationality[1] Pts[1]
1 Magnús Ver Magnússon Iceland Iceland 71
2 Gerrit Badenhorst South Africa South Africa 62.5
3 Marko Varalahti Finland Finland 48.5
4 Heinz Ollesch Germany Germany 46
5 Flemming Rasmussen Denmark Denmark 42.5
6 Gary Taylor United Kingdom United Kingdom 42
7 Phil Martin United States United States 40
8 Wayne Price South Africa South Africa 38.5
9 Joe Onosai American Samoa Samoa 29.5
10 Magnus Samuelsson Sweden Sweden 19.5

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "theworldsstrongestman.com". Archived from the original on 4 January 2010. Retrieved 2010-01-13. 

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