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  • Worlds Strongest Man 2019 ???

    "OK", anyone know or have any idea where next year's WSM is ??? We just have to go. Where would I like it, hmm, ??? San Francisco, Rio, Warsaw, Dubai, Cape Town, Hong Kong, some many places I have not seen yet.

    Wayne

  • #2
    Wayne,

    Haven't heard anything as yet, we'll probably start to hear things next month at Britain's Strongest Man 2019.

    So far the following guys are assured invitations:-

    1. T. Bjornsson, Reigning WSM
    2. M. Kieliszkowski, 2nd WSM 2018, Giants Live Finals Winner 2018
    3. B. Shaw, Former WSM, 3rd WSM 2018
    4. Z. Savickas, Former WSM
    5. M. Licis, Runner-Up, Giants Live Finals 2018
    6. A. Bishop, 3rd Place, Giants Live Finals 2018
    7. L. Shahlaei, Winner, Giants Live USA 2018
    8. T. Mitchell III, Runner-Up, Giants Live USA 2018
    9. K. Faires, 3rd Place, Giants Live USA 2018
    10. J-F Caron, Canada's Strongest Man 2018
    11. M. Forsmark, Sweden's Strongest Man 2018
    12. G. Hicks, Britain's Strongest Man 2019
    13. T. Stoltman, 3rd Place, Britain's Strongest Man 2019
    14. L. Stoltman, 4th Place, Britain's Strongest Man 2019.
    Last edited by Neil Mitchell; 01-19-2019, 03:27 PM.

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    • #3
      Ok thank you, as soon as you or anyone hears, please could you post it. I am from the UK Wales, but, I got favertes from other parts of the World, I would love Kieliszkowski, to win, so strong at a young age, just hope he gets his dead lift up, and he's going to beat T. and B. He should ask Eddie for some help.

      Wayne

      Originally posted by Neil Mitchell View Post
      Wayne,

      Haven't heard anything as yet, we'll probably start to hear things next month at Britain's Strongest Man 2019.

      So far the following guys are assured invitations:-

      1. T. Bjornsson, Reigning WSM
      2. M. Kieliszkowski, 2nd WSM 2018, Giants Live Finals Winner 2018
      3. B. Shaw, Former WSM, 3rd WSM 2018
      4. Z. Savickas, Former WSM
      5. M. Licis, Runner-Up, Giants Live Finals 2018
      6. A. Bishop, 3rd Place, Giants Live Finals 2018
      7. L. Shahlaei, Winner, Giants Live USA 2018
      8. T. Mitchell III, Runner-Up, Giants Live USA 2018
      9. K. Faires, 3rd Place, Giants Live USA 2018
      10. J-F Caron, Winner, Canada's Strongest Man 2018

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      • #4
        Britain's Strongest Man 2019:-

        1. G. Hicks 53.5
        2. A. Bishop 53
        3. T. Stoltman 46
        4. L. Stoltman 43
        5. L. Shahlaei 41.5

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        • #5
          So is it just Graham who goes to the WSM ???

          Did you see the way Kieliszkowski lifted that log on Sunday ??? And the way he put that 400 pound stone on his shoulder 5 times, was then surprised his rival matched him.

          Wayne


          Originally posted by Neil Mitchell View Post
          Britain's Strongest Man 2019:-

          1. G. Hicks 53.5
          2. A. Bishop 53
          3. T. Stoltman 46
          4. L. Stoltman 43
          5. L. Shahlaei 41.5

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Wayne G Rowley View Post
            So is it just Graham who goes to the WSM ???

            Did you see the way Kieliszkowski lifted that log on Sunday ??? And the way he put that 400 pound stone on his shoulder 5 times, was then surprised his rival matched him.

            Wayne
            The Top 5 at BSM get invites, but Loz & Bish had already qualified through previous Giant's Live contests.

            They might give a wildcard to one or two more Brits, Mark Felix is retiring this year, whether he'll get to bow out at WSM 19 has yet to be answered, Terry Hollands was a bit behind the top 5, I heard he's changed his coach so he might not be ready for WSM.

            WSM is currently scheduled for late May/early June with date/venue to be confirmed.

            Phil Roberts unfortunately got a bad injury on the Atlas Stones, when his legs collapsed from under him when lifting the 4th stone, hopefully he can get back to 100% sooner rather than later.

            Yeah, seen Kieliszkowski's lift, incredible stuff, he made it look so easy, his deadlift cost him again in the end, it reminds me of Martin Muhr, the guy had everything but had a terrible overhead that cost him over and over again.

            Kieliszkowski's WSM hopes could come down to whether it's a deadlift or squat in the Finals.
            Last edited by Neil Mitchell; 01-29-2019, 07:08 AM.

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            • #7
              According to Julian Howard, WSM 2019 will be held in California - more info on that should come in the next few days. The contest should be held in late May/early June. I could thus speculate that dates would be May 25-28 for the heats, and June 1-2 for the final, but please these dates with a grain of salt.

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              • #8
                Interesting, thx. Hmm, which part this time ???

                Wayne

                Originally posted by Eloi Fournier View Post
                According to Julian Howard, WSM 2019 will be held in California - more info on that should come in the next few days. The contest should be held in late May/early June. I could thus speculate that dates would be May 25-28 for the heats, and June 1-2 for the final, but please these dates with a grain of salt.

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                • #9
                  Kalle Beck mentioned that Tachi Palace who sponsored the WSM 18 contest, have a casino in California, so it would make sense if (all if not part of) the competition is held there.

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