2023 UK’s Strongest Man And Woman Results

Winners

Paul Smith and Rebecca Roberts were victorious during the 2023 UK’s Strongest Man and Woman!

The UK’s Strongest Man and Strongest Woman competitions took place on May 29 in Nottingham, England. There were a total of eight Strongman and Strongwomen at the event looking to take home the title in 2023.

Both Paul Smith and Rebecca Robert returned to defend their title from 2022. After five events, both were able to successfully retain and be crowned champions once again.

Below, check out a full breakdown of the event.

2023 UK’s Strongest Man Results

  • First Place: Paul Smith (ENG) – 33 points
  • Second Place: Matt Dimond (WAL) – 28.5 points
  • Third Place: Callum Crozier (SCO) – 26 points
  • Fourth Place: Andrew Flynn (ENG) – 23.5 points
  • Fifth Place: Chris Beetham (SCO) – 20 points
  • Sixth Place: Louis Jack (SCO) – 19 points
  • Seventh Place: Cilléin Groom (IRL) – 16 points
  • Eighth Place: Scott Milne (SCO) – 14 points

 

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UK’s Strongest Man Event Reults

Super Yoke

The Super Yoke was a timed event where competitors were asked to carry a 405kg yoke 25 meters. The competitor with the fastest time was Paul Smith, who finished over two seconds quicker than Matt Diamond.

  • Paul Smith – 23.60 seconds
  • Matt Dimond – 25.96 seconds
  • Scott Milne – 27.10 seconds
  • Cilléin Groom – 27.40 seconds
  • Chris Beetham – 31.70 seconds
  • Andrew Flynn – 33.30 seconds
  • Louis Jack – 36.13 seconds
  • Callum Crozier – six meters

Incline Log Ladder

The Incline Log Ladder had five logs vary in weight from 100kg to 180kg. Smith and Diamond were the only two competitors to complete all five logs. It came down to time and once again, Smith was victorious by over two seconds.

  • Paul Smith – Five in 71.02 seconds
  • Matt Dimond – Five in 73.20 seconds
  • Louis Jack – Four in 37.17 seconds
  • Chris Beetham – Four in 48.64 seconds
  • Callum Crozier – Four in 59.30 seconds
  • Andrew Flynn – Three in 22.74 seconds
  • Cilléin Groom – Three in 35.04 seconds
  • Scott Milne – Three in 38.14 seconds

Silver Dollar Deadlift

The Silver Dollar Deadlift is an event where thin weight plates are stacked in boxes on either side of a barbell. Competitors loaded the weight on to see who could lift the most and Smith earned his third victory of the day with 470kg.

  • Paul Smith – 470 kilograms
  • Callum Crozier – 455 kilograms
  • Andrew Flynn – 455 kilograms
  • Matt Dimond – 440 kilograms
  • Louis Jack – 400 kilograms
  • Chris Beetham – 375 kilograms
  • Cilléin Groom – 375 kilograms
  • Scott Milne – 375 kilograms

Bull Ring

  • Callum Crozier
  • Matt Diamond
  • Cillein Groom
  • Andrew Flynn
  • Paul Smith
  • Louis Jack
  • Scott Milne
  • Chris Beetham

Power Stairs

Power Stairs was the final event on the Men’s side where competitors were asked to move two 200kg implements up five stairs.

  • Chris Beetham – Two in 33.28 seconds
  • Callum Crozier – Two in 36.24 seconds
  • Andrew Flynn – Two in 36.76 seconds
  • Paul Smith – Two in 43.98 seconds
  • Louis Jack – Two in 46.82 seconds
  • Scott Milne – Two in 70.52 seconds
  • Matt Dimond – Two in 87.75 seconds
  • Cilléin Groom – Second implement, Three steps

UK’s Strongest Woman Results

  • First Place: Rebecca Roberts (WAL) – 38 points
  • Second Place: Lucy Underdown (ENG) – 37 points
  • Third Place: Katie Smith (ENG) – 19 points
  • Fourth Place: Claire Myler (WAL) – 17 points
  • Fifth Place: Izzy Tait (SCO) – 16 points
  • Sixth Place: Sarah Reynolds (IRL) – 13 points
  • Seventh Place: Gemma Moore (IRL) – 12 points
  • Eighth Place: Nadine Guy (ENG) – 7 points

UK’s Strongest Woman Event Results

Shield Carry

The Shield Carry was a timed event where athletes had to carry 130kg over a track that was 20 meters long.

  • Rebecca Roberts – 52.3 meters
  • Lucy Underdown -39.8 meters
  • Katie Smith -35.9 meters
  • Gemma Moore -29.9 meters
  • Claire Myler -21.9 meters
  • Nadine Guy -14.3 meters
  • Sarah Reynolds -12.25 meters
  • Izzy Tait -11.95 meters

Block Press

The Block Press had competitors attempt to rep 70kg implements. Lucy Underwood and Rebecca Roberts were the only two athletes able to log a rep, with Underwood completing one more than Roberts.

  • Lucy Underdown -Five reps
  • Rebecca Roberts — Four reps
  • Katie Smith zero reps
  • Claire Myler zero reps
  • Izzy Tait zero reps
  • Sarah Reynolds zero reps
  • Gemma Moore zero reps
  • Nadine Guy zero reps

Truck Pull

The Truck Pull was another timed event where athletes were tasked with moving an 8,000kg truck on a 20-meter course. Roberts narrowly defeated Underwood by less than one second.

  • Rebecca Roberts — 22.69 seconds
  • Lucy Underdown – 23.47 seconds
  • Claire Myler -30.37 seconds
  • Sarah Reynolds -33.06 seconds
  • Izzy Tait -35.56 seconds
  • Katie Smith -35.62 seconds
  • Nadine Guy -12.4 meters
  • Gemma Moore – 6.8 meters

Max Deadlift

  • Lucy Underdown – 305 kilograms
  • Rebecca Roberts – 270 kilograms
  • Izzy Tait -260 kilograms
  • Claire Myler – 240 kilograms (T-fourth)
  • Katie Smith – 240 kilograms (T-fourth)
  • Gemma Moore -240 kilograms (T-fourth)
  • Sarah Reynolds – 220 kilograms
  • Nadine Guy – 200 kilograms

Bag Over Bag

The final event was Bag Over Bag, where there were five different weights ranging from 20kg to 18kg. Athletes were to toss the bags over a bar that was four meters high. Roberts and Underwood were the only two that completed five bags. Roberts was victorious by running away with the time.

  • Rebecca Roberts — Five in 19.61 seconds
  • Lucy Underdown -Five in 27.71 seconds
  • Katie Smith – Four in 51.56 seconds
  • Izzy Tait – Three in 19.44 seconds
  • Sarah Reynolds – Three in 20.40 seconds
  • Claire Myler – Two in 10.40 seconds
  • Gemma Moore – Two in 14.77 seconds
  • Nadine Guy – Two in 58.60 seconds

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