2019 Strongman Winner

  1. 2019 Strongman Winner
  2. World Strongman 2019 Winner
  3. Who Won Strongman 2019
  4. 2019 Strongman Competition Winner
  5. World Strongman Winners 2019 198 Lb

The world's largest international Strongman and Strongwoman competition. Masters WSM, 105KG, 90KG, 80KG, World's Strongest Woman. Bjornsson was competing in the Arnold Strongman Classic for the 10 th straight year. He won the title in 2019 and 2018 after finishing second in 2017 and fifth in 2016. He also won World’s Strongest Man in 2018. Mateusz Kieliszkowski of Poland finished in second place after a third place showing in 2019. DAVE PALUMBO COVERS THE 2019 WORLD'S STRONGEST MAN COMPETITION!Dave Palumbo spent a great deal of his Father's Day spending it in beautiful Bradenton, Florid.

2019 Arnold Strongman Classic
Host cityColumbus, United States
WinnerHafþór Júlíus Björnsson
Nations participating8
Athletes participating10

The 2019 Arnold Strongman Classic was a strongman contest that took place in Ohio, Columbus from 1–2 March 2019 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center. The Arnold Strongman Classic is the finale of the Arnold Strongman Tour and is seen as one of the biggest and most prestigious strongmen events on the circuit.


To qualify for the Arnold Strongman Classic athletes have to either win a sanctioned event on the Arnold Classic Tour or gain enough points to be invited through a wildcard system. Athletes that qualified and their method for qualification are as follows:[1]

NameNationalityMethod of Qualification
Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson2018 Arnold Strongman Classic Champion
Rauno Heinla2018 Arnold Classic Australia Champion
Oleksii Novikov2018 Arnold Amateur World Champion
Mikhail Shivlyakov2018 Arnold Classic South America Champion
JF Caron2018 Arnold Classic Africa Champion
Brian Shaw2018 Arnold Pro Strongman Forts Warwick Champion
Martins Licis2018 Arnold Classic Europe Champion
Mateusz KieliszkowskiWild Card 25 points
Jerry PritchettWild Card 25 points
Matjaz BelsakWild Card 25 points

Event Results[edit]

Event 1: Elephant Bar Deadlift[edit]

  • Weight: Starting weight was 340 kilograms (750 lb).
  • Time Limit: 60 seconds per lift
  • Notes: 3 lifts per athlete, weights to be submitted before each round.
#NameNationalityWeight LiftedEvent PtsOverall Pts
1Hafþór Júlíus BjörnssonIceland474 kilograms (1,045 lb)1010
2Brian ShawUnited States463 kilograms (1,021 lb)99
3Jerry PritchettUnited States442 kilograms (974 lb)7.57.5
3Mikhail ShivlyakovRussia442 kilograms (974 lb)7.57.5
5Martins LicisUnited States440 kilograms (970 lb)66
6Rauno HeinlaEstonia431 kilograms (950 lb)55
7Matjaz BelsakSlovenia404 kilograms (891 lb)44
8Mateusz KieliszkowskiPoland395 kilograms (871 lb)33
9Oleksii NovikovUkraine381 kilograms (840 lb)22
10JF CaronCanadaN/A11

Sayings for a lucky dinosaur. ^ Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson's lift of 474 kilograms (1,045 lb) is a new world record for the elephant deadlift bar.[2]

^ JF Caron sustained an injury in this event and took no further part in the competition.

^ Brian Shaw sustained an injury in this event however he completed all further events in the competition.

Event 2: Husafell Stone Carry[edit]

  • Weight: 186 kilograms (410 lb) for max distance.
  • Time Limit: 2 Minutes
  • Notes: This is not the actual Husafell Stone but a replica produced by Rogue Fitness.

2019 Strongman Winner

#NameNationalityDistanceEvent PtsOverall Pts
1Hafþór Júlíus BjörnssonIceland66.725 metres (218.91 ft)1020
2Oleksii NovikovUkraine64.465 metres (211.50 ft)911
3Rauno HeinlaEstonia58.902 metres (193.25 ft)813
4Martins LicisUnited States57.023 metres (187.08 ft)713
5Mateusz KieliszkowskiPoland55.498 metres (182.08 ft)69
6Matjaz BelsakSlovenia55.067 metres (180.67 ft)59
7Mikhail ShivlyakovRussia40.385 metres (132.50 ft)411.5
8Brian ShawUnited States31.724 metres (104.08 ft)312
9Jerry PritchettUnited States29.083 metres (95.42 ft)29.5

World Strongman 2019 Winner

Event 3: Wheel of Pain[edit]

  • Weight: 9,072 kilograms (20,000 lb) for max distance.
  • Time Limit: 60 seconds.
#NameNationalityDistanceEvent PtsOverall Pts
1Martins LicisUnited States36.499 metres (119.75 ft)1023
2Hafþór Júlíus BjörnssonIceland36.347 metres (119.25 ft)929
3Oleksii NovikovUkraine34.442 metres (113.00 ft)819
4Matjaz BelsakSlovenia32.156 metres (105.50 ft)716
5Mikhail ShivlyakovRussia31.394 metres (103.00 ft)617.5
6Rauno HeinlaEstonia31.318 metres (102.75 ft)518
7Mateusz KieliszkowskiPoland30.937 metres (101.50 ft)413
8Brian ShawUnited States28.956 metres (95.00 ft)315
9Jerry PritchettUnited States23.394 metres (76.75 ft)211.5

Event 4: Austrian Oak[edit]

Who Won Strongman 2019

  • Weight: 175 kilograms (386 lb) Light log. 195 kilograms (430 lb) Heavy log. For max repetitions.
  • Time Limit: 90 Seconds
  • Notes: Repetitions on the heavy log gain more points than repetitions on the light log. * Denote repetitions on the light log.
#NameNationalityRepetitionsEvent PtsOverall Pts
1Mateusz KieliszkowskiPoland28.521.5
1Mikhail ShivlyakovRussia28.526
1Martins LicisUnited States28.531.5
1Hafþór Júlíus BjörnssonIceland28.537.5
5Brian ShawUnited States1621
6Rauno HeinlaEstonia2*4.522.5
6Matjaz BelsakSlovenia2*4.520.5
8Jerry PritchettUnited States1*311.5
9Oleksii NovikovUkraine0019

^ Oleksii Novikov sustained an injury in this event however he completed the remaining event.

Event 5: Stone to Shoulder[edit]

  • Weight: 186 kilograms (410 lb) For max repetitions.
  • Time Limit: 2 Minutes 30 seconds.
  • Notes: Athletes were awarded for getting the stone to their lap or torso but not completing the full repetition.

2019 Strongman Competition Winner

2019 arnold strongman winner
#NameNationalityRepetitionsEvent PtsOverall Pts
1Mateusz KieliszkowskiPoland51031.5
2Martins LicisUnited States2940.5
3Hafþór Júlíus BjörnssonIceland17.545
3Matjaz BelsakSlovenia17.528
5Oleksii NovikovUkraine0 (Lap)625
6Mikhail ShivlyakovRussia04.530.5
6Rauno HeinlaEstonia04.527

^ Brian Shaw did not take part in this event because of an injury he sustained earlier in the competition.

^ Jerry Pritchett did not take part in this event because of an injury.

Final Standings[edit]

1Hafþór Júlíus BjörnssonIceland45
2Martins LicisUnited States40.5
3Mateusz KieliszkowskiPoland31.5
4Mikhail ShivlyakovRussia30.5
5Matjaz BelsakSlovenia28
6Rauno HeinlaEstonia27
7Oleksii NovikovUkraine25
8Brian ShawUnited States21
9Jerry PritchettUnited States14.5
10JF CaronCanada1


World Strongman Winners 2019 198 Lb

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