2024 Netherlands Strongest Man: Which Strongman Dominated?

Who was crowned the 2024 Netherlands’ Strongest Man champion?

The 2024 Netherlands’ Strongest Man results are in and a new Dutch champion has been crowned. Taking place July 7, 2024, in Deventer, Netherlands, the event featured twelve strongman competitors each vying for top honors.

The show featured six individual events that tested the mettle of these Dutch strongman competitors. From classics like the Truck Pull to the Atlas Stones, each competitor had to dig deep to overcome these challenging events.

When it was all said and done, it would be Kevin Hazeleger who would emerge victorious at the show. No stranger to dominating the competition, Hazeleger left his opposition in the dust to prove himself a strongman to be reckoned with. So what did the final standings look like? Take a look below.

2024 Strongest Man in the Netherlands Results

  1. Kevin Hazeleger — 69.5 points
  2. Kelvin de Ruiter — 64.5 points
  3. Max Gelder — 50 points
  4. Quincy Abbink — 46.5 points
  5. Sander van Zutphen — 43 points
  6. Angelo van der Pas — 39 points
  7. Wim van de Groep — 37.5 points
  8. Ruben van Kreij — 34.5 points
  9. Frank de Heus — 34.5 points
  10. Martijn de Weerd — 22.5 points
  11. Bart Marcelissen — 11.5 points
  12. George Sulaiman — One point

 

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How did the day’s events turn out? Below you will find the results for each of the six strongman events contested in Deventer.

2024 Strongest Man in the Netherlands Event Results

Truck Pull

Each strongman attempted to pull a 16,000-kilogram vehicle down a 25-meter course for the fastest time.

  1. Kelvin de Ruiter — 23.98 seconds
  2. Kevin Hazeleger — 25.31 seconds
  3. Max Gelder — 25.87 seconds
  4. Sander van Zutphen — 26.77 seconds
  5. Quincy Abbink — 27.41 seconds
  6. Angelo van der Pas — 27.49 seconds
  7. Frank de Heus — 27.71 seconds
  8. Wim van de Groep — 27.76 seconds
  9. Bart Marcelissen — 28.7 seconds
  10. Ruben van Kreij — 29.91 seconds
  11. Martijn de Weerd — 31 seconds
  12. George Sulaiman — 33.28 seconds

Max Log Lift

  1. Angelo van der Pas — 175 kilograms
  2. Kevin Hazeleger — 170 kilograms
  3. Kelvin de Ruiter — 160 kilograms (T-third)
  4. Sander van Zutphen — 160 kilograms (T-third)
  5. Max Gelder — 150 kilograms (T-fifth)
  6. Frank de Heus — 150 kilograms (T-fifth)
  7. Quincy Abbink — 140 kilograms (T-seventh)
  8. Ruben van Kreij — 140 kilograms (T-seventh)
  9. Martijn de Weerd — 140 kilograms (T-seventh)
  10. Bart Marcelissen — 140 kilograms (T-seventh)
  11. Wim van de Groep — 130 kilograms
  12. George Sulaiman — no lift

Carry & Drag

  1. Kevin Hazeleger — 39.34 seconds
  2. Kelvin de Ruiter — 40.9 seconds
  3. Martijn de Weerd — 44.04 seconds
  4. Quincy Abbink — 45.23 seconds
  5. Wim van de Groep — 46.41 seconds
  6. Ruben van Kreij — 47.49 seconds
  7. Max Gelder — 48.56 seconds
  8. Frank de Heus — 51.03 seconds
  9. Sander van Zutphen — 52.06 seconds
  10. Angelo van der Pas — 59.08 seconds
  11. Bart Marcelissen — 10 meters
  12. George Sulaiman — withdrew

Holland Stone Carry

1. Kevin Hazeleger – 47.2 meters

2. Kelvin de Ruiter―45.43 meters

3. Max Gelder—43.65 meters

4. Wim van de Groep – 35.6 meters

5. Ruben van Kreij – 29.47 meters

6. Sander van Zutphen — 25.55 meters

7. Quincy Abbink — 23.72 meters

8. Frank de Heus ―20.95 meters

9. Angelo van der Pas—20 meters

10. Martijn de Weerd — 6.42 meters

11. Bart Marcelissen-withdrew

12. George Sulaiman — withdrew

Car Deadlift

Athletes were tasked with performing deadlifts of a 330-kilogram car for as many reps as possible within 60 seconds.

1. Kevin Hazeleger – Five reps (T-first)

2. Kelvin de Ruiter – Five reps (T-first)

3. Ruben van Kreij – Four reps

4. Quincy Abbink – Three reps (T-fourth)

5. Sander van Zutphen – Three reps (T- fourth)

6. Angelo van der Pas – Three reps (T- fourth)

7. Max Gelder – Two reps (T-seventh)

8. Wim van de Groep – Two reps (T-seventh)

9. Frank de Heus – One rep

10. Martijn de Weerd – no lift

11. Bart Marcelissen – withdrew

12. George Sulaiman – withdrew

Atlas Stones

Athletes were tasked with lifting five stones weighing between 120 and 200 kilograms. Each strongman had 90 seconds to lift and load each stone to its respective pedestal for the fastest time.

1. Kevin Hazeleger – Four in 25.65 seconds

2. Max Gelder — Four in 32.46 seconds

3. Quincy Abbink – Four in 34.27 seconds

4. Kelvin de Ruiter ― Four in 34.52 seconds

5. Wim van de Groep – Four in 57.9 seconds

6. Frank de Heus – Three in 72.93 seconds

7. Sander van Zutphen – Two in 15.43

seconds

8. Angelo van der Pas – Two in 15.64

seconds

9. Martijn de Weerd – Two in 16.93 seconds

10. Ruben van Kreij – Two in 37.2 seconds

11. Bart Marcelissen – withdrew

12. George Sulaiman – withdrew

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News and Editorial Writer at Generation Iron, Jonathan Salmon is a writer, martial arts instructor, and geek culture enthusiast. Check out his YouTube and Instagram.

Jonathan Salmon
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.