2023 World’s Strongest Man Roster Officially Announced

Tom Stoltman

Tom Stoltman highlights the group for the 2023 World’s Strongest Man.

The 2023 World’s Strongest Man contest now has an official roster. It was previously shared that the event would take place from April 19-23 in Myrtle Beach, SC. There will be 12 events over the five days as competitions work through the qualifying phase and into the finals.

Headlining the group will be reigning two-time champion Tom StoltmanHe made it known that he would be competing looking for his third-consecutive title. On Thursday, the full roster was released and some of the best competitors in the world will return.

2023 World’s Strongest Man Competitors 

  • Tom Stoltman (UK)
  • Pavlo Kordiyaka (Ukraine)
  • Evan Singleton (USA)
  • Mitchell Hooper (Canada)
  • Trey Mitchell (USA)
  • Adam Bishop (UK)
  • Maxime Boudreault (Canada)
  • Aivars Šmaukstelis (Latvia)
  • Kevin Faires (USA)
  • Eythor Ingolfsson Melsted (Iceland)
  • Paul Smith (UK)
  • Rauno Heinla (Estonia)
  • Bobby Thompson (USA)
  • Mateusz Kieliszkowski (Poland)
  • Gavin Bilton (UK)
  • Spenser Remick (USA)
  • Eddie Williams (Australia)
  • Pavlo Nakonechnyy (Ukraine)
  • Konstantine Janashia (Georgia)
  • Graham Hicks (UK)
  • Luke Stoltman (UK)
  • Mathew Ragg (New Zealand)
  • Gabriel Rhéaume (Canada)
  • Brian Shaw (USA)

There is a total of 24 Strongmen on the roster to this point. That is six less than the total from 2022. There are two glaring absences from the list and that is Martins Licis and Oleksii Novikov, who won the 2019 and 2020 World’s Strongest Man titles respectively.

There is a chance that Novikov, who has been seen training on his YouTube page, is added later. Mark Felix is also assumed to be added if he is healthy enough to make it to Myrtle Beach.

There is officially a roster and likely some to be added in the future. Fans can not begin preparing for one of the biggest weeks in Strongman.

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Greg has covered the four major sports for six years and has been featured on sites such as Sports Illustrated, Fox Sports, SB Nation, NJ.com, and FanSided. Now, he is transitioning into the world of bodybuilding and strength sports.