2005 World's Strongest Man

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2005 World's Strongest Man
Host city China Chengdu, China
Winner Poland Mariusz Pudzianowski
Nations participating 14
Athletes participating 25

The 2005 World's Strongest Man was the 28th edition of World's Strongest Man and was won by Mariusz Pudzianowski from Poland. It was his third title. Jesse Marunde from the USA finished second, and Dominic Filiou from Canada third. The contest was held at Chengdu, China.[1]

Qualifying heats[edit]

Heat 1[2][edit]

# Name Nationality Pts
1 Jarek Dymek Poland Poland 23.5
2 Dominic Filiou Canada Canada 21.5
3 Josh Thigpen United States USA 18
4 Raivis Vidzis Latvia Latvia 17
5 Mick Gosling United Kingdom United Kingdom 8

Heat 2[2][edit]

# Name Nationality Pts
1 Ralf Ber Austria Austria 22.5
2 Elbrus Nigmatullin Russia Russia 22
3 Boris Haraldsson Iceland Iceland 21.5
4 Mark Philippi United States USA 18
5 Sol Bathaiee Iran Iran 6

Heat 3[2][edit]

# Name Nationality Pts
1 Mariusz Pudzianowski Poland Poland 25
2 Don Pope United States USA 22.5
3 Mykhaylo Starov Ukraine Ukraine 18.5
4 Steve Bourgeois Canada Canada 16
5 Brian Irwin United Kingdom United Kingdom 8

Heat 4[2][edit]

# Name Nationality Pts
1 Janne Virtanen Finland Finland 20.5
2 Dave Ostlund United States USA 20
3 Jessen Paulin Canada Canada 17
4 Kevin Nee United States USA 16.5
5 Slawomir Toczek Poland Poland 16

Heat 5[2][edit]

# Name Nationality Pts
1 Jesse Marunde United States USA 26
2 Tarmo Mitt Estonia Estonia 21
3 Terry Hollands United Kingdom United Kingdom 20
4 Carl Waitoa New Zealand New Zealand 17
5 Gu Yan Li China China 6

Final results[edit]

#[1] Name[1] Nationality[1] Pts[1]
1 Mariusz Pudzianowski Poland Poland 60
2 Jesse Marunde United States USA 46
3 Dominic Filiou Canada Canada 42
4 Jarek Dymek Poland Poland 37.5
5 Janne Virtanen Finland Finland 37
6 Tarmo Mitt Estonia Estonia 34
7 Ralf Ber Austria Austria 33.5
8 Don Pope United States USA 33
9 Dave Ostlund United States USA 32
10 Elbrus Nigmatullin Russia Russia 30

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "theworldsstrongestman.com". Archived from the original on 4 January 2010. Retrieved 2010-01-16. 
  2. ^ a b c d e "theworldsstrongestman.com Archive of 2005 Qualifying round". Archived from the original on 2007-09-16. Retrieved 2010-01-23. 

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