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Tom Stoltman retains World's Strongest Man title

Britain's Strongest Man 2022, Tom Stoltman has retained his World's Strongest Man title.

The 28-year-old became the first Scot to claim the title when he was won it in 2021.

Stoltman is also only the second athlete from Great Britain to claim the title twice, the 10th to win it twice, and the first to achieve consecutive wins since 2016.

Stoltman, who was competing for Great Britain, won the title the day before his 28th birthday as he overcame leader Oleksii Novikov in the final two rounds of competition on Sunday.

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