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The Arnold Strongman Classic is an annual competition featuring strength athletes from all over the world. Created by Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jim Lorimer, it is an offshoot of the Arnold Sports Festival which takes place annually in Columbus, Ohio, USA. Instead of focusing on endurance, speed and athleticism like the World's Strongest Man, the competition is geared toward the heaviest instruments in the world to find out who truly is the strongest man.

Arnold Strongman Classic
2017
Arnclassic.jpg
The official logo of the Arnold Sports Festival
Tournament information
Location Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, Ohio
Month played March
Established 2002
Format Multi-event competition
Purse $50,000
United States Brian Shaw

Contents

HistoryEdit

The Arnold Strongman (which has been variously referred to as the "Arnold Classic", the "Arnold Classic Strongman", "Arnold's Summit" and "Arnold's Strongest Man") is one of the many offshoots of the Arnold festival. The Arnold Sports Festival, founded in 1989 as the Arnold Classic and named after Arnold Schwarzenegger, was originally a bodybuilding contest.[citation needed] It featured a competition for men (Arnold Classic) and for women (Ms. International). The bodybuilding contests have since expanded to include a Fitness International and Figure International competition for women. However, the event had also expanded to include other sports and events, one of which was a strongman, introduced in late 2002. This Strongman event was created by a powerlifter named Dr. Terry Todd at the request of Arnold Schwarzenegger.[1] The expansion of the programme led to the Classic becoming the Arnold Fitness Weekend and now the Arnold Sports Festival. According to the Arnold Sports Festival co-producer, Jim Lorimer: "The Arnold Strongman Classic has been growing in popularity every year, and we are very excited that many strong men are returning."[2] January 29, 2008

In 2002 the American professional wrestler and former weight lifter Mark Henry won the competition.[3] In addition to competing in what were the four official events - the Apollon's Wheel, the deadlift, the Hummer push and the 800+lbs Farmer's Walk - the competitors were given the opportunity to attempt to lift the Thomas Inch "unliftable" dumbbell, or Inch Bell. A prize of $1000 was awarded to the man who could pull it the highest in the air. Five men chose to try the Bell[4] with Mark Henry winning the $1000 by pulling it to the level of his chest. Pfister raised the Inch Bell over his head with his right hand, to a standing ovation, but his lift was disqualified because he briefly stabilised the dumbbell with his left hand when it was on his knee and because he used a "continental clean" when raising the dumbbell to hist chest.[5] Pfister was however also awarded $1000.

From 2003 to 2008 Žydrūnas Savickas of Lithuania won all Arnold strongman.[citation needed] In 2008 he received a $40,000 check from Gerard Dente of MHP, an Audemars Piguet watch by Robert Ronan and the Louis Cyr trophy (after the legendary strongman, Louis Cyr) and congratulations from Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. In the competition 12 world records were set with Savickas setting three of them. In the Tire Deadlift he lifted 1,027 lbs. In the Circus Dumbbell he tied with Derek Poundstone for the world record with nine lifts each, and in the Manhood Stones he lifted 525 lbs, three times.[2]

American Derek Poundstone won in 2009 & 2010. Derek took the vacant throne from Zydrunas when he took 2009 off from the competition. When Savickas returned in 2010, Derek retained his title by defeating Zydrunas.[2]

Just days before the 2011 contest, 2 time defending champion Derek Poundstone was forced to withdraw from the contest due to injury.[6] Brian Shaw came in and won the contest, and Mike Jenkins, the winner of the 2010 Arnold Strongman amateur event who was competing in his first ever professional strongman competition, shocked many and finished in second place ahead of 6 time champion Zydrunas Savickas who came in third.[7]

Past winnersEdit

Year Champion Runner-Up 3rd Place Location
2017   Brian Shaw   Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson   Jerry Pritchett   Columbus, Ohio
2016   Žydrūnas Savickas   Brian Shaw   Vytautas Lalas   Columbus, Ohio
2015   Brian Shaw   Žydrūnas Savickas   Mateusz Kieliszkowski   Columbus, Ohio
2014   Žydrūnas Savickas   Brian Shaw   Mike Burke   Columbus, Ohio
2013Note 3   Vytautas Lalas   Brian Shaw   Mikhail Koklyaev   Columbus, Ohio
2012   Mike Jenkins   Derek Poundstone   Žydrūnas Savickas   Columbus, Ohio
2011Note 2   Brian Shaw   Mike Jenkins   Žydrūnas Savickas   Columbus, Ohio
2010   Derek Poundstone   Žydrūnas Savickas   Travis Ortmayer   Columbus, Ohio
2009Note 1   Derek Poundstone   Mikhail Koklyaev   Travis Ortmayer   Columbus, Ohio
2008   Žydrūnas Savickas   Derek Poundstone   Mikhail Koklyaev   Columbus, Ohio
2007   Žydrūnas Savickas   Vasyl Virastyuk   Andrus Murumets   Columbus, Ohio
2006   Žydrūnas Savickas   Vasyl Virastyuk   Mikhail Koklyaev   Columbus, Ohio
2005   Žydrūnas Savickas   Vasyl Virastyuk   Glenn Ross   Columbus, Ohio
2004   Žydrūnas Savickas   Svend Karlsen   Raimonds Bergmanis   Columbus, Ohio
2003   Žydrūnas Savickas   Svend Karlsen   Raimonds Bergmanis   Columbus, Ohio
2002   Mark Henry   Svend Karlsen   Phil Pfister   Columbus, Ohio

Total Wins

Name Wins
Žydrūnas Savickas 8
Brian Shaw 3
Derek Poundstone 2
Vytautas Lalas 1
Mike Jenkins 1
Mark Henry 1

NotesEdit

  1. Defending champion and eight time winner, Žydrūnas Savickas, did not compete in either the 2009 or 2017 event.
  2. Two time defending champion Derek Poundstone withdrew prior to the contest due to injury in 2011.
  3. Defending champion Mike Jenkins did not compete due to having knee surgery, and Žydrūnas Savickas also did not compete in 2013.

Regular eventsEdit

  1. Timber Carry - In this event, also known as the Farmer's Walk, contestants lift 865 lb (392.4 kg) barn timbers bolted together and have to travel, typically up a ramp, as a far as possible in 30 seconds.
  2. Atlas Stones - Contestants have to lift round stones weighing sometimes over 500 lb over a bar approximately 48 inches high.
  3. Apollon's Axle - This is a unique barbell made famous by turn-of-the-century strongman Louis "Apollon" Uni. Reproduced by Ivanko Barbell Company, the Axle is replica of the original, weighing 366 lbs, with the same bar thickness as the original. The bar is mechanically fastened to reproduction train wheels.[8] Contestants must lift the wheels from the floor to overhead as many times as possible in two minutes.
  4. Tire Deadlift - Contestants are required to lift a specially designed long bar weighted with tires. The Tire Deadlift bar was designed and manufactured by Ivanko Barbell Company and comprises a 13 ft. stainless steel bar and up to eight Hummer tires & rims.[8] Additional calibrated barbell plates may be added. The beginning weight was approx. 750 lb at the 2008 event.
  5. The Super Yoke - In 2008 contestants had to carry across their shoulders a bar/yoke weighing 1,116 pounds for approximately 36 feet (11 m) in a timed event.
  6. The Circus Dumbbell - This is the classic "Circus" dumbbell, used by professional Strongmen from the early 20th century. Richard Sorin reproduced the dumbbell for this event.[8] It weighs 202 lb and has a very big handle over 3 inches (76 mm) in diameter. The requirement in 2008 was to use one hand at a time and lift the dumbbell overhead as many times as possible in 90 s.[2]

Full resultsEdit

2002: Arnold Classic Strongman CompetitionEdit

Dates: 22, 23 February 2002[9][10]

Columbus, Ohio:[11]

Position Name Country Points Prize
1. Mark Henry   25 Hummer + $10,000
2. Svend Karlsen   22.5 $15,000
3. Phil Pfister   21.5 $10,000
4. Mark Philippi   20 $5000
5. Andy Bolton   16 $3500
5. Raimonds Bergmanis   16 $3500
7. Brad Gillingham   13 $2000
8. Brian Schoonveld   10 $1000

2003: Arnold's Strength SummitEdit

Dates: 28 February, 1 March 2003

Columbus, Ohio:[12]

Position Name Country Points Prize
1. Žydrūnas Savickas   28.5 Hummer + $15 000
2. Svend Karlsen   26.5 $15 000
3. Raimonds Bergmanis   17.5 $10 000
4. Mariusz Pudzianowski   15.5 $5000
5. Steve Kirit   14.5 $4000
6. Phil Pfister   14 $2500
6. Zdeněk Sedmík   14 $2500
8. Brad Gillingham   13.5 $1000

2004: Arnold's Strongest ManEdit

Dates: 5, 6 March 2004

Columbus, Ohio:[13]

Position Name Country Points Prize
1. Žydrūnas Savickas   43 Hummer H2 + $16 000
2. Svend Karlsen   39.5 $15 000
3. Raimonds Bergmanis   33.5 $12 000
4. Mark Philippi   33 $6000
5. Mariusz Pudzianowski   30 $5000
6. Vasyl Virastyuk   27 $4000
7. Brian Schoonveld   21 $3000
8. Anders Johansson   20.5 $2000
9. Steve Kirit   14.5 $1500
10. István Árvai   13.5 $1000

2005: Arnold's Strongest ManEdit

Dates: 4, 5 March 2005

Columbus, Ohio:[14]

Position Name Country Points Prize
1. Žydrūnas Savickas   46 Hummer + $16,000
2. Vasyl Virastyuk   41 $15,000
3. Glenn Ross   39.5 $12,000
4. Mark Philippi   35 $6000
5. Brian Siders   34.5 $5000
6. Svend Karlsen   33.5 $4000
7. Van Hatfield   32 $3000
8. Karl Gillingham   28 $2000
9. Hugo Girard   23 $1500
10. Magnus Samuelsson   14.5 $1000

2006: Arnold Strongman ClassicEdit

Dates: 3, 4 March 2006

Columbus, Ohio:[15]

Position Name Country Points Prize
1. Žydrūnas Savickas   53.5 Hummer
2. Vasyl Virastyuk   45  ?
3. Mikhail Koklyaev   38.5  ?
4. Phil Pfister   37.5  ?
5. Benedikt Magnússon   35.5  ?
6. Mariusz Pudzianowski   35  ?
7. Brian Siders   32.5  ?
8. Raimonds Bergmanis   23.5  ?
9. Dominic Filiou   15.5  ?
10. Glenn Ross   13.5  ?

2007: Arnold Strongman ClassicEdit

Dates: 2–4 March 2007

Columbus, Ohio:[16]

Position Name Country Points Prize
1. Žydrūnas Savickas   52 Hummer
2. Vasyl Virastyuk   48  ?
3. Andrus Murumets   38.5  ?
4. Phil Pfister   36  ?
5. Mikhail Koklyaev   33  ?
5. Ołeksandr Pekanov   33  ?
7. Brian Siders   28.5  ?
8. Steve MacDonald   23  ?
9. Karl Gillingham   19  ?
10. Travis Ortmayer   17  ?

2008: Arnold Strongman ClassicEdit

Dates: 29 February, 1 March 2008

Columbus, Ohio:[17]

Position Name Country Points Prize
1. Žydrūnas Savickas   50.5 $40,000
2. Derek Poundstone   41.5 $20,000
3. Mikhail Koklyaev   37 $15,000
4. Andrus Murumets   36.5 $10,000
5. Benedikt Magnússon   34 $7000
5. Brian Siders   34 $7000
7. Phil Pfister   32 $5000
8. Ołeksandr Pekanov   28 $3000
9. Van Hatfield   24 $2000
10. Vasyl Virastyuk   8.5 (injured) $1000

2009: Arnold Strongman ClassicEdit

Dates: 6, 7 March 2009

Columbus, Ohio:[18]

Position Name Country Points Prize
1. Derek Poundstone   47 $40,000
2. Mikhail Koklyaev   46 $20,000
3. Travis Ortmayer   39.5 $15,000
4. Vidas Blekaitis   38 $10,000
5. Phil Pfister   36.5 $8000
6. Brian Siders   34 $6000
7. Andrus Murumets   32 $5000
8. Ervin Katona   29 $3000
9. Ołeksandr Pekanov   17 $2000
10. Dave Ostlund   10 $1000

2010: Arnold Strongman ClassicEdit

Dates: 5, 6 March 2010

Columbus, Ohio (Greater Columbus Convention Center, Arnold EXPO Stage)[19]

Position Name Country Points Prize
1. Derek Poundstone   45 $45,000
2. Zydrunas Savickas   41 $20,000
3. Travis Ortmayer   37.5 $15,000
4. Mikhail Koklyaev   37 $10,000
5. Brian Shaw   33 $8000
6. Dave Ostlund   22.5 $6000
7. Phil Pfister   20.5 $5000
8. Konstiantyn Ilin   17 $3000
9. Nick Best   13 $2000
10. Brian Siders   8.5 $1000

2011: Arnold Strongman ClassicEdit

Dates: 4, 5 March 2011

Columbus, Ohio (Greater Columbus Convention Center, Arnold EXPO Stage)[20]

Position Name Country Points Prize
1. Brian Shaw   46.5 $50,000[7]
2. Mike Jenkins   39.5 $20,000
3. Zydrunas Savickas   37.5 $15,000
4. Travis Ortmayer   36 $10,000
5. Mikhail Koklyaev   30 $8000
6. Mark Felix   24.5 $6000
7. Nick Best   20 $5000
8. Terry Hollands   18 $3000
9. Serhiy Romanchuk   17 $2000

2012: Arnold Strongman ClassicEdit

Dates: 2, 3 March 2012[21]

Columbus, Ohio (Greater Columbus Convention Center, Arnold EXPO Stage)

Position Name Country Points Prize
1. Mike Jenkins   40 $50,000
2. Derek Poundstone   39 $20,000
3. Zydrunas Savickas   36.5 $15,000
4. Brian Shaw   36 $10,000
5. Mike Burke   27.5 $8000
6. Mikhail Koklyaev   26 $6000
7. Laurence Shahlaei   22.5 $5000
8. Terry Hollands   19 $3000
9. Travis Ortmayer   15 $2000
10. Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson   13.5 $1000

2013: Arnold Strongman ClassicEdit

Dates: 1, 2 March 2013[22]

Columbus, Ohio (Greater Columbus Convention Center, Arnold EXPO Stage)

Position Name Country Points Prize
1. Vytautas Lalas   35 $60,000
2. Brian Shaw   34.5 $20,000
3. Mikhail Koklyaev   30 $15,000
4. Krzysztof Radzikowski   26 $10,000
5. Mike Burke   21.5 $8,000
6. Mark Felix   20.5 $6,000
7. Jerry Pritchett   18.5 $5,000
8. Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson   17 $3,000
9. Derek Poundstone   11 $2,000
10. Adam Scherr   1 $1,000

2014: Arnold Strongman ClassicEdit

Dates: 1, 2 March 2014[23][24]

Columbus, Ohio (Greater Columbus Convention Center, Arnold EXPO Stage)

Position Name Country Points Prize
1. Zydrunas Savickas   44.5 $65,000
2. Brian Shaw   42.5 $20,000
3. Mike Burke   35 $15,000
4. Vytautas Lalas   32 $10,000
5. Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson   26.5 $8,000
6. Jerry Pritchett   25.5 $6,000
7. Mikhail Shivlykov   23 $5,000
8. Robert Oberst   20 $3,000
9. Dimitar Savatinov   16.5 $2,000
10. Krzysztof Radzikowski   5.5 (injured) $1,000

2015: Arnold Strongman ClassicEdit

Dates: 7, 8 March 2015[25][26]

Columbus, Ohio (Greater Columbus Convention Center, Arnold EXPO Stage)

Position Name Country Points Prize
1. Brian Shaw   42.5 $70,000
2. Zydrunas Savickas   41.5 $20,000
3. Mateusz Kieliszkowski   31 $15,000
4. Dimitar Savatinov   30 $10,000
4. Mike Burke   30 $8,000
6. Eddie Hall   29 $6,000
7. Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson   28 $5,000
8. Jerry Pritchett   26 $3,000
9. Benedikt Magnusson   5 $2,000
10. Warrick Brant   4 (injured) $1,000

2016: Arnold Strongman ClassicEdit

Dates: 4, 5 March 2016[27]

Columbus, Ohio (Greater Columbus Convention Center, Arnold EXPO Stage)

Position Name Country Points Prize
1. Zydrunas Savickas   42 $72,000
2. Brian Shaw   41 $22,000
3. Vytautas Lalas   36 $17,000
4. Mateusz Kieliszkowski   33.5 $12,000
5. Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson   32.5 $10,000
6. Jerry Pritchett   24.5 $7,000
7. Mikhail Shivlykov   22.5 $6,000
8. Dimitar Savatinov   18.5 $4,000
9. Eddie Hall   11 (injured) $3,000
10. Aleksandr Lysenko   10.5 $2,000

Arnold Strongman Classic-EuropeEdit

Arnold Strongman Classic-Europe
2012
 
The official logo of the Arnold Sports Festival
Tournament information
Location varies, 2012 contest held in Madrid, Spain
Month played October
Established 2012
Format Multi-event competition
Purse $10,000
  Zydrunas Savickas[28]

In 2012, the inaugural "Arnold Strongman Classic-Europe" contest was formed, and is a joint promotion between Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jim Lorimer (Arnold Sports Festival co-promoter), Dr. Rafael Santonja (president of the International Federation of Body Building, "IFBB") as well as American Strongman Corporation and Strongman Champions League.[29]

The "Arnold Strongman Classic-Europe" contest will differ significantly from the format of the original Arnold Strongman Classic event, with less of an emphasis on brute strength and heavy events, and will include a wider variety of events and some speed/loading events similar to Strongman Champions League and World's Strongest Man contests.[29] The format change is due largely in part to the event being broadcast and televised in 85 countries.[29]

2012: Arnold Strongman Classic-EuropeEdit

The 2012 contest was held in Madrid, Spain on Oct. 13 & 14, 2012, the event was sponsored by MHP.[29] The contest is included as part of the 2012 Strongman Champions League season, and competitors earned points towards the annual SCL overall title.[29] The inaugural contest was won by 6 time Arnold Strongman champion and reigning World's Strongest Man Zydrunas Savickas of Lithuania, who was also the 2012 SCL overall champion.[28]

Dates: Oct. 13, 14 2012[28]   Madrid, Spain

Position Name Country Points Prize
1. Zydrunas Savickas   47 $10,000[28]
2. Krzysztof Radzikowski   44
3. Vytautas Lalas   42.5
4. Mike Burke   37.5
5. Mikhail Koklyaev   37
6. Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson   36.5
7. Mike Jenkins   35
8. Ervin Katona   22
9. Konstiantyn Ilin   16
10. Lauri Nami   14

Arnold Strongman Classic AustraliaEdit

Arnold Strongman Classic Australia
2015
 
The official logo of the Arnold Sports Festival
Tournament information
Location varies, 2015 contest held in Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Month played October
Established 2015
Format Multi-event competition
Purse $10,000

In 2015, the inaugural "Arnold Strongman Classic Australia" contest was formed, and is a joint promotion between Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jim Lorimer (Arnold Sports Festival co-promoter), Dr. Rafael Santonja (president of the International Federation of BodyBuilding & Fitness, "IFBB") as well as Australian Strongman Corporation and Strongman Champions League.[30][31]

Arnold Amateur Strongman World ChampionshipsEdit

In 2010, the Arnold Amateur contest was formed by Dione Wessels.[32] The contest is open to amateur strongman competitors from all over the world. The winner of the contest receives their pro card, and an invite to the next year's Arnold Strongman Classic event.[32] Mike Jenkins won the inaugural contest in 2010,[32]Mateusz Baron from Poland was the 2011 winner,[33] and Adam Scherr was the 2012 winner.[34]

2010: Arnold Amateur Strongman World ChampionshipsEdit

Dates: 7, 6 March 2010

Columbus, Ohio (Greater Columbus Convention Center, Arnold EXPO Stage)[32]

Position Name Country Points
1. Mike Jenkins   58.14
2. Mike Caruso   56.10
3. Alan Kleise   52.75
4. Artis Plivda   50.85
5. Ryan Bracewell   49.14
6. Johnathan Hughes   48.26
7. Brad Ardrey   47.61
8. Dainis Zageris   47.18
9. Scott Cummine   44.32
10. Paul Vaillancourt   36.22

2011: Arnold Amateur Strongman World ChampionshipsEdit

Dates: 5, 6 March 2011

Columbus, Ohio (Greater Columbus Convention Center, Arnold EXPO Stage)[33]

Position Name Country Points
1. Mateusz Baron   66.4
2. Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson   56.9
3. Mike Burke   52
4. Jacob Bodi   51.8
5. Tomas Rodriguez   44
6. Mikhail Shivlyakov   43.9
7. Brad Ardrey   43.7
8. Paul Vaillancourt   42.8
9. Oleksandr Lashyn   38.6
10. Derek Devaughan   32.2

2012: Arnold Amateur Strongman World ChampionshipsEdit

Dates: 3, 4 March 2012

Columbus, Ohio (Greater Columbus Convention Center, Arnold EXPO Stage)[34]

Position Name Country Points
1. Adam Scherr   64.2
2. Mikhail Shivlyakov   54.7
3. Tomas Rodriguez   47.5
4. Steve Schmidt   46.0
5. Jacob Bodi   41.3
6. Bartłomiej Bąk   39.8
7. Kenneth Nowicki   38.8
8. Luke Skaarup   38.6
9. Chad Kurian   37.9
10. Lauri Nami   36.8

2013: Arnold Amateur Strongman World ChampionshipsEdit

Dates: 1,2 March 2013

Columbus, Ohio (Greater Columbus Convention Center, Arnold EXPO Stage)[34]

Position Name Country Points
1. Mikhail Shivlyakov   59.9
2. Jacob Bodi   54.11
3. Bartlomiej Bak   53.48
4. Lou Costa   51.62
5. Mateusz Ostaszewski   49.33
6. Tommy Miller   47.45
7. John Posen   44.65
8. Tomasz Ladermann   42.66
9. Dimitar Savatinov   41.11
10. Brett Somerville   37.33


2014: Arnold Amateur Strongman World ChampionshipsEdit

Dates: 1,2 March 2014

Columbus, Ohio (Greater Columbus Convention Center, Arnold EXPO Stage)[34]

Position Name Country Points
1. Mateusz Kieliszkowski   62.68
2. Andrew Clayton   56.35
3. Ben Ruckstuhl   52.12
4. Nicholas Lepperd   49.35
5. Alan Colley   48.76
6. Casey Garrison   48.18
7. John Posen   44.76
8. Michal Kopacki   37.71
9. Matt Mills   36.97
10. Tommy Miller   36.24


2015: Arnold Amateur Strongman World ChampionshipsEdit

Dates: 7,8 March 2015

Columbus, Ohio (Greater Columbus Convention Center, Arnold EXPO Stage)[34]

Position Name Country Points
1. Aleksandr Lysenko   50.85
2. Bryan Benzel   50.35
3. Konstantine Janashia   48.69
4. Rob Kearney   44.53
5. Luke Herrick   39.23
6. Evgenii Markov   39.12
7. Markus Mannik   38.77
8. Michal Kopacki   38.58
9. Johan Espenkrona   36.45
10. Vladimir Kalivichenko   33.35

2016: Arnold Amateur Strongman World ChampionshipsEdit

Dates: 4-6, March 2016

Columbus, Ohio (Greater Columbus Convention Center, Arnold EXPO Stage)[34]

Position Name Country Points
1. Zach Hadge   45.63
2. Evgenii Markov   43.00
3. Matthew Ragg   42.50
4. Mateusz Ostaszewski   39.50
5. Gabriel Pena   39.50
6. Steve Schmidt   35.38
7. Meelis Peil   33.38
8. Brian Fletcher   33.13
9. Jakub Szczechowski   32.75
10. Charles Mitchell   32.75


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