Krzysztof Radzikowski

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Krzysztof Radzikowski
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Born Krzysztof Radzikowski
(1981-08-18) August 18, 1981 (age 35)
Poland Głowno, Poland
Residence Poland
Occupation Strongman
Height 187 cm (6 ft 1 12 in)[1]
Weight 145 kg (320 lb)[2]
Competition record
Strongman
Representing  Poland
World's Strongest Man
Qualified 2011 World's Strongest Man
6th 2012 World's Strongest Man
Qualified 2013 World's Strongest Man
Qualified 2015 World's Strongest Man
Arnold Strongman Classic
4th 2013 Arnold Strongman Classic
Europe's Strongest Man
2nd 2009 Europe's Strongest Man
4th 2012 Europe's Strongest Man
3rd 2013 Europe's Strongest Man
2nd 2015 Europe's Strongest Man
Giants Live
1st 2011 Poland
1st 2012 Poland
3rd 2013 London
Strongman Champions League
3rd 2012 Poland
2nd 2012 Spain
3rd 2012 Martinique SCL Finals
4th 2012 Overall
1st 2013 SCL Iceman Challenge IV
3rd 2013 Germany FIBO
1st 2013 Czech Republic
3rd 2013 Germany
1st 2013 Portugal
1st 2013 overall winner
1st 2015 overall winner
Arnold Strongman Classic-Europe
2nd 2012 Arnold Strongman Classic-Europe
World Log Lift Championships
5th 2008 World Log Lift Championships
2nd 2009 World Log Lift Championships
2nd 2012 World Log Lift Championships
WSF World Strongmen Championships
1st 2012 WSF World Strongmen Championships
World Strongman Federation
1st 2012 WSF World Cup Uzbekistan
1st 2012 Elite Strongman: Moscow
Strongman Super Series
5th 2009 Venice Beach Grand Prix
4th 2009 Sweden Grand Prix
Poland's Strongest Man
3rd 2008 Poland's Strongest Man
3rd 2009 Poland's Strongest Man
1st 2012 Poland's Strongest Man
1st 2013 Poland's Strongest Man

Krzysztof Radzikowski (born August 18, 1981) is a professional strongman competitor from Głowno, Poland.[3]

Strongman career[edit]

Radzikowski competed regularly in the Strongman Super Series during 2008-2010, as well as Poland's Strongest Man, and the World Log Lift Championships finishing 2nd in 2009.

Radzikowski won the Giants Live Poland event on August 6, 2011.[4] This victory qualified him for the 2011 World's Strongest Man contest his first time in WSM, but he failed to qualify for the finals.[4]

Radzikowski won the inaugural 2012 WSF World Strongmen Championships on February 14, 2012 in Dubai, UAE.[5] Krzyzstof also won the WSF World Cup Uzbekistan in Tashkent, Uzbekistan on March 30, 2012.[6]

Radzikowski won the Giants Live Poland event on July 21, 2012.[7] This victory qualifies him for the 2012 World's Strongest Man contest.[7] He also won the Elite Strongman:Moscow event on Aug. 1, 2012 in Moscow, Russia.[8]

Radzikowski made the finals of the 2012 World's Strongest Man contest in Los Angeles, California and finished in 6th place overall.

Radzikowski has competed regularly in the Strongman Champions League 2012 season, finishing third in Poland and second in Spain.

Radzikowski finished second at the 2012 World Log Lift Championships, and second at the 2012 Arnold Strongman Classic-Europe.

Radzikowski finished third at the 2012 SCL Finals held in Fort-de-France, Martinique, and fourth overall for the 2012 SCL season.

Radzikowski finished in fourth place at the 2013 Arnold Strongman Classic, his first appearance in the contest.

Radzikowski has won 3 SCL contests so far in the 2013 season, the SCL Iceman Challenge IV in Finland, and in the Czech Republic and Portugal.[9] He is the current SCL overall leader for the season.[10]

Personal records[edit]

Krzysztof in 2009.

References[edit]