2024 World’s Strongest Man Finals Results

2024 World's Strongest Man Finals Day Two

Here’s a complete breakdown of the 2024 World’s Strongest Man final results. 

The qualifiers of the 2024 World’s Strongest Man competition are complete. Two out of four days are complete and the finals are set. All 10 competitors will enjoyed an off day on Friday and are prepared to dive into the final two days of competition.

The finals ran across two days – three events on Saturday before the final day on Sunday. After running the gauntlet across both days of the finals, Tom Stoltman reclaimed his throne and was crowned the champion of the 2024 World’s Strongest Man.

Generation Iron got an exclusive interview with 2024 WSM champion Tom Stoltman just moments after his victory to discuss his competition prep training routine, diet, and the moment he knew that he had cinched the victory below. Check it out below:

The competition began with 30 athletes split into five groups. All athletes were tasked with six events over two days as they battled for position. The overall winner of each of the five groups would advance to the finals. The other five spots were filled with the winners of the Stone-off between the second- and third-place finishers in the group.

2024 World’s Strongest Man Leaderboard

No.  Name Points
1 Tom Stoltman (UK) – WINNER 53
2 Mitchell Hooper (Canada) 47.5
3 Evan Singleton (USA) 36
4 Mathew Ragg (New Zealand) 35.5
5 Tristain Hoath (Canada) 33.5
6 Wesley Derwinsky (Canada) 31
7 Austin Andrade (Mexico) 30.5
8 Pavlo Kordiyaka (Ukraine) 27
9 Luke Stoltman (UK) 19.5
10 Aivars Šmaukstelis (Latvia) 12.5

2024 World’s Strongest Man – Finals Day Two Results

Conan’s Wheel

In a tradition as timeless as strength itself, the 2024 World’s Strongest Man culminates in the ultimate test of fortitude: the Atlas Stones event. This year, the stakes are higher than ever as behemoths of iron will grapple with a formidable lineup of stones, ranging from a colossal 140 kilograms (308.6 pounds) to a jaw-dropping 210 kilograms (463 pounds). With five Herculean orbs in their path, contenders must summon every ounce of their strength to hoist and heave each stone onto its designated pedestal. In a battle against time and gravity, only the swiftest to conquer all five will emerge victorious, etching their name in the annals of Strongman glory.

  • Pavlo Kordiyaka — 922 °
  • Mitchell Hooper — 821 °
  • Tom Stoltman — 777 °
  • Mathew Ragg — 748 °
  • Wesley Derwinsky — 681 °
  • Tristain Hoath — 643 °
  • Evan Singleton — 598 °
  • Luke Stoltman — 527 °
  • Austin Andrade — 526 °
  • Aivars Šmaukstelis — 486 °

BFGoodrich Tires HD Terrain Deadlift

As the crescendo of the 2024 World’s Strongest Man approaches, athletes brace themselves for the grueling Tire Deadlift – a test of sheer power and endurance. With just 60 seconds on the clock, contenders are tasked with summoning every ounce of strength to hoist a monumental 374 kilograms (824.5 pounds) as many times as humanly possible. As the fourth day of intense competition takes its toll, fatigue looms heavy, presenting an added challenge for the weary warriors. In this ultimate showdown of resilience and determination, victory belongs to the one who can defy exhaustion and emerge with the highest tally of earth-shattering reps.

  • Matthew Ragg — 8 reps
  • Tristain Hoath — 7 reps
  • Tom Stoltman — 7 reps
  • Austin Andrade — 6 reps
  • Wesley Derwinsky — 6 reps
  • Mitchell Hooper — 6 reps
  • Evan Singleton — 5 reps
  • Luke Stoltman — 4 reps
  • Aivars Šmaukstelis — 3 reps
  • Pavlo Kordiyaka — 1 reps

Atlas Stones

In keeping with tradition, the grand finale of the 2024 World’s Strongest Man extravaganza culminates in the awe-inspiring Atlas Stones event. This year’s challenge presents an unparalleled test of raw power, with a lineup of stones ranging from a formidable 140 kilograms (308.6 pounds) to a staggering 210 kilograms (463 pounds). With five colossal orbs of stone standing between them and victory, contenders must summon Herculean strength to heave each weight onto its designated pedestal. In a race against time and gravity, only the swiftest to conquer all five stones will ascend to the summit of Strongman greatness, crowned as the undisputed champion of the Atlas Stones event.

  • Tom Stoltman — 38.14 seconds
  • Mitchell Hooper — 4 in 37.35 seconds
  • Tristain Hoath — 4 in 43.79 seconds
  • Pavlo Kordiyaka — 4 in 44.58 seconds
  • Matthew Ragg — 4 in 49.93 seconds
  • Austin Andrade — 3 in 24.42 seconds
  • Evan Singleton — 3 in 29.09 seconds
  • Wesley Derwinsky — 3 in 30.8 seconds
  • Aivars Šmaukstelis — 3 in 32.88 seconds
  • Luke Stoltman — 3 in 36.09 seconds

2024 World’s Strongest Man – Finals Day One Results

KNAACK Giants Medley

The colossal clash of muscle and might ignited the 2024 World’s Strongest Man finals with an epic showcase of raw power. Kicking off the showdown was a Herculean challenge with a heavy moving event – the Yoke Carry. Athletes braced themselves to undertake a grueling Yoke Carry over 20 meters, followed by hoisting a colossal frame for an additional 20 meters.

The weighty burdens they bore were no joke – the Yoke, a staggering 454 kilograms (1,000 pounds), and the Frame, a formidable 330 kilograms (727.5 pounds). Their mission? Conquer both tasks with lightning speed.

While many contenders faltered under the immense pressure, one titan stood unfazed. Evan Singleton, a force of nature whose agility is the stuff of legends, effortlessly surged ahead of his rivals. Clocking in at a blistering 30.21 seconds, Singleton blitzed through both carries, claiming victory with an iron grip on the competition. However, a heart-stopping moment ensued as he stumbled post-finish, sending shockwaves through spectators fearing injury. Yet, true to his resilient spirit, Singleton rose unaided, reassuring fans that all was well.

In the battle for second place, Austin Andrade and Tom Stoltman locked horns in a nail-biting showdown. With mere milliseconds separating their feats, Andrade seized the runner-up spot, clocking in at 40.61 seconds, closely trailed by Stoltman at 41.26 seconds, securing third place with unwavering determination.

Meanwhile, the stage was set for Mitchell Hooper, the odds-on favorite, to dominate the Giants Medley event. Yet, in a surprising twist, Hooper stumbled, failing to complete the daunting challenge. Gripped by unforeseen difficulties during the Frame Carry, his mighty grasp faltered, the weight slipping through his fingers with each agonizing step. Despite his prowess, this formidable trial proved too much to bear.

  • Evan Singleton — 30.21 seconds
  • Austin Andrade — 40.61 seconds
  • Tom Stoltman — 41.26 seconds
  • Wesley Derwinsky — 59.20 seconds
  • Tristain Hoath — 35.54 meters
  • Mitchell Hooper — 34.59 meters
  • Mathew Ragg — 28.9 meters
  • Luke Stoltman — 27.43 meters
  • Aivars Šmaukstelis — 21.96 meters
  • Pavlo Kordiyaka — 20.99 meters

Max Axle Press

In the anticipation-filled lead-up to the 2024 World’s Strongest Man Finals, aficionados eagerly await the unveiling of one of the pivotal tests of strength: the Axle Press. Renowned for its emphasis on overhead power, this event stands as a true litmus test for the titans of strength. As the competition draws near, the stage is being set for a monumental showcase of raw might, where athletes will vie to hoist the heaviest weights imaginable, with the starting barbell set at a formidable 170 kilograms (375 pounds).

In a showdown befitting legends, the Max Axle Press event unfolded as a mesmerizing duel between titans – Mitchell Hooper and Tom Stoltman – each pushing the other to unfathomable heights. As the bar rose, so did the stakes, propelling them to the brink of history. In a daring bid for supremacy, they embarked on a quest to shatter the Axle Press World Record, each vying to outdo the other in an electrifying display of strength.

With the weight of expectation bearing down, Hooper seized the moment, attempting to etch his name in the annals of strength lore. Yet, fate had other plans, as his valiant effort fell short, leaving the record tantalizingly out of reach. Sensing the gravity of the moment, Stoltman made a bold decision, opting to forego his own attempt and instead forge a pact of parity, ensuring they would share the spoils of victory.

In the end, the arena quaked with thunderous applause as both men reached their zenith, hoisting a staggering 210 kilograms (463 pounds), their indomitable spirit and unyielding resolve etching their names in the pantheon of strength.

  • Mitchell Hooper — 210-kg
  • Tom Stoltman — 210-kg
  • Pavlo Kordiyaka — 200-kg
  • Evan Singleton — 190-kg
  • Luke Stoltman — 190-kg
  • Austin Andrade — 190-kg
  • Tristain Hoath — 180-kg
  • Mathew Ragg — 170-kg
  • Aivars Šmaukstelis — No lift
  • Wesley Derwinsky — No lift

Keg Toss

As the first half of the 2024 World’s Strongest Man Finals draws to a close, anticipation surges for the exhilarating climax: the Keg Toss. However, this isn’t your run-of-the-mill series of keg heaves. In a thrilling twist, contenders will face off against a single 15-kilogram (33-pound) keg, aiming to launch it skyward with unrivaled force.

Each round promises escalating intensity as the bar is raised to dizzying heights, testing the limits of sheer power and precision. With every toss, athletes strive to outdo themselves, reaching new heights with each successive level. And when the dust settles, and the final keg has found its apex, only the mightiest will stand triumphant, crowned the last man standing in a test of strength and skill.

  • Tom Stoltman — 7.76 meters
  • Mitchell Hooper — 7.76 meters
  • Wesley Derwinsky — 7.76 meters
  • Evan Singleton — 7.50 meters
  • Mathew Ragg — 7 meters
  • Aivars Šmaukstelis — 7 meters
  • Luke Stoltman — 6.50 meters
  • Austin Andrade — 6.50 meters
  • Tristain Hoath — 6 meters
  • Pavlo Kordiyaka — No Lift

2024 WSM Qualifier Events Recap

Earlier in the week, over 20 strongman athletes competed in the 2024 World’s Strongest Man qualifiers – facing off in six events to determine which ten athletes would qualify for the finals this weekend. It was a bitter battle of the world’s strongest all trying to prove themselves – but only ten could ultimately move forward.

Generation Iron was on the ground floor providing full coverage of the qualifying events. You can get a recap of how each event unfolded below:

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Greg Patuto
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.