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Luke Stoltman Defends Title

A special congratulations to Tom Stoltman who was crowned Britain’s Strongest Man 2022. After a fierce contest, the 27-year-old claimed victory after winning four out of five of the events. This marks Tom Stoltman’s second Britain’s Strongest Man title. After a dominant performance from Tom, competitors won’t rest easy, looking towards Britain’s Strongest man 2023 for another shot at the title.

Tom Stoltman became the first competitor to win Britain’s Strongest Man back-to-back since 2017. Ireland’s Strongest Man, Pa O’Dwyer set a new 62.15 metres record in the gruelling shield carrying event, but Tom didn’t let Pa hold it long, going onto set another new world record of 65.30 metres, an amazing start to the show. 

The top three competitors all qualify for the 2022 World’s Strongest Man in California. The final standings were as follows:

 1. Tom Stoltman – 53.5 points
2. Pa O’Dwyer – 41.5 points
3. Adam Bishop – 38.5 points
4. Shane Flowers – 35.5 points
5. Paul Smith – 32.5 points
6. Andy Black - 30.5 points
7. Ryan England – 20.5 points
8. Mark Felix – 19.5 points
9. Mark Steele – 18 points
10. Luke Stoltman – 13.5 points*
11. Desmond Gahan – 9.5 points*

 *Withdrew from contest

The City of Steel will welcome the Return of the Iron Men next year! Britain’s Strongest Man will be back in Sheffield for a sixth consecutive year at the Utilita Arena Sheffield on 28 January 2023 for the ultimate showdown of strength.

Utilita Arena Sheffield has become a yearly pilgrimage, as Strongman fans across the UK descend on Sheffield to witness the biggest and best of British Strongman go head-to-head for the most respected and hotly contested national prize on the planet- Britain’s Strongest Man!

Britain’s Strongest Man 2023 is the first stop on the prestigious Giants Live World’s Strongest Man Arena Tour.