2023 Strongman Champions League World Finals Results

Who won the 2023 Strongman Champions League World Final?

The 2023 Strongman Champions League World Finals results are in. The 2023 season was extremely competitive with athletes from around the world giving their all. After nearly a year’s worth of competition in the book, the SCL crowned a world champion.

The 2023 Strongman Champions League World Final took place November 17-18 in Bosnia and Herzegovina’s capital. The competition featured five events with twelve competitors taking part at the show. Competitors piled up bonus points throughout the 2023 season by virtue of their performances at prior events. But every strongman still needed to bring their A-Game to the 2023 SCL World Finals to secure victory.

In the end, it was Oskar Ziółkowski who walked away with the victory narrowly beating out Aivars Šmaukstelis. Both strongman athletes gave it their all at the show but it was Oskar that proved to be most consistent throughout the competition. Below you’ll find the full result standings for the 2023 SCL World Finals.

2023 Strongman Champions League World Finals Results

  1. Oskar Ziółkowski — 67.5 points
  2. Aivars Šmaukstelis — 65 points
  3. Kevin Hazeleger — 60.5 points
  4. Kane Francis — 56.5 points
  5. Andrea Invernizzi — 54 points
  6. Evans Aryee — 52.5 points
  7. Adam Roszkowski —43.5 points
  8. Mika Törrö — 36 points
  9. Fatih Karaca — 32.5 points
  10. Damir Stroil — 29.5 points
  11. Ervin Toots — 20.5 points
  12. Péter Juhász — 10 points

Below are the results for the five events that took place at the 2023 Strongman Champions League World Finals.

Event One — Truck Pull

  • Kevin Hazeleger — 41.58 s
  • Oskar Ziółkowski — 46.56 s
  • Fatih Karaca — 52.46 s
  • Mika Törrö — 57.13 s
  • Andrea Invernizzi — 57.38 s
  • Ervin Toots — 57.53 s
  • Adam Roszkowski — 58.06 s
  • Péter Juhász — 70.66 s
  • Aivars Šmaukstelis — 71.41 s
  • Damir Stroil — 73.15 s
  • Evans Aryee — 22 m
  • Kane Francis — 18 m

Event Two — Car Deadlift

  • Aivars Šmaukstelis — 9 reps
  • Oskar Ziółkowski — 7 reps
  • Andrea Invernizzi — 7 reps
  • Evans Aryee — 5 reps
  • Kane Francis — 5 reps
  • Kevin Hazeleger — 4 reps
  • Adam Roszkowski — 4 reps
  • Ervin Toots — 3 reps
  • Damir Stroil — 3 reps
  • Fatih Karaca — 1 rep
  • Mika Törrö — 0 reps
  • Péter Juhász — 0 reps

Event Three — Farmer’s Walk

  • Kevin Hazeleger — 49.2 m
  • Andrea Invernizzi — 45 m
  • Fatih Karaca — 45 m
  • Oskar Ziółkowski — 42.6 m
  • Evans Aryee — 41.88 m
  • Damir Stroil — 35 m
  • Aivars Šmaukstelis — 34.2 m
  • Kane Francis — 31.7 m
  • Ervin Toots — 30.86 m
  • Mika Törrö — 30 m
  • Adam Roszkowski — 27 m
  • Péter Juhász — 15 m
Strongman Oskar Ziółkowski was a force to be reckoned with at the SCL World Finals
Strongman Oskar Ziółkowski was a force to be reckoned with at the SCL World Finals

Event Four — Log Lift

  • Oskar Ziółkowski — 6 reps
  • Aivars Šmaukstelis — 4 reps
  • Evans Aryee — 3 reps
  • Kevin Hazeleger — 2 reps
  • Kane Francis — 2 reps
  • Adam Roszkowski — 2 reps
  • Andrea Invernizzi — 1 reps
  • Fatih Karaca — 1 rep
  • Damir Stroil — 1 rep
  • Mika Törrö — 0 reps
  • Ervin Toots — 0 reps
  • Péter Juhász — Withdrew

Event Five — Loading Race

First Implement: 110-kg (242.5-lb)
Second Implement: 120-kg (264.5-lb)
Third Implement: 130-kg (286.5-lb)

  • Kane Francis — 3 in 21.75 s
  • Oskar Ziółkowski — 3 in 22.00 s
  • Aivars Šmaukstelis — 3 in 23.35 s
  • Adam Roszkowski — 3 in 24.46 s
  • Kevin Hazeleger — 3 in 27.88 s
  • Mika Törrö — 3 in 31.88 s
  • Evans Aryee — 3 in 37.89 s
  • Andrea Invernizzi — 3 in 46.02 s
  • Damir Stroil — 3 in 50.15 s
  • Fatih Karaca — 3 in 59.99 s
  • Ervin Toots — Withdrew

Bonus Points Collected Over 2023 Season

Note: The additional points were added to the athlete’s overall point tally.

  • Kane Francis — 12 points
  • Evans Aryee — 11 points
  • Aivars Šmaukstelis — 10 points
  • Andrea Invernizzi — 9 points
  • Mika Törrö — 8 points
  • Adam Roszkowski — 7 points
  • Kevin Hazeleger — 6 points
  • Ervin Toots — 5 points
  • Péter Juhász — 4 points
  • Oskar Ziółkowski — 3 points
  • Damir Stroil — 2 points
  • Fatih Karaca — 1 point

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Managing editor of Generation Iron, Jonathan Salmon is a writer, martial arts instructor, and geek culture enthusiast. He has been writing about bodybuilding, combat sports, and strength sports for over 8 years. Check out his YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Sound Cloud for in-depth MMA analysis.