America’s Strongest Man 2021 Results

America’s Strongest Man 2021

Get all the results you need here for America’s Strongest Man 2021!

With the 2021 America’s Strongest Man contest coming to a close, the results are in and the title of America’s Strongest Man has been handed down. After what was a great event presented by Big Country Classic and promoted by Strongman Corporation, Strongman competitors came from all over to test their strength and battle for that top spot. San Antonio was an amazing host and this year’s event could not have proved to be any better.

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America’s Strongest Man Event Recap

With six total events this year, competitors were able to compete in four divisions: HW Pro Men, MW Pro Men, Elite MW Men, and Elite HW Men. These strongmen grabbed their chalk, strapped on their lifting belts, and competed in these six grueling events:

  • Texas Power Concepts Fingal Fingers

This event was huge for the native Texan Silvas who finished in first place in just 22.36 seconds. Marcus Crowder had a great second place finish but was still a ways away from Silvas who proved quite dominant.

  • Rogue Log Clean and Press for Reps

Four competitors earned points for first in this event as they were all able to get six reps at 354.9 lbs. Cotton, Crowder, Claborn, and the ultimate winner, Silvas, each took top points with the rest of the group rounding out the remaining places.

  • Cerberus Max Bag Toss

Silvas had a tight contest with Cotton in this event as they both tied for the win with a 70.6 lbs. bag, just under 70 lbs. more than the second place tie between Claborn and Evans.

  • Cerberus Sandbag Carry and Load Medley

Claborn shook things up in this event with the win and a time of 45.13 seconds. Cotton took second but Silvas remained quite dominant with a third place finish around 7 seconds slower than Claborn.

  • Deadlift For Max

Silvas, who had previously won a last man standing deadlift contest against fellow strongmen, proved yet again that he could hang with the pros, lifting 925.9 lbs. Claborn was the only other competitor to reach over 900 lbs. and hit 906.1 lbs., with the rest of the field quite a bit back.

  • Texas Power Concepts Texas Stone Carry

Marcus Crowder took this event as he carried 399 lbs. a distance of 38.79 meters. Evans took second in this event well behind the dominant Crowder.

Those Athletes To Watch

Coming into this event, Marcus Crowder, the defending champion, was certainly one to watch but ultimately finished in third place. Another athlete, and one looking to join the pro circuit, was Josh Silvas, a native Texan competing in front of a home crowd. Despite not being a pro, he is an elite competitor and showed that this year winning the event. In the 105k class, we noted that Nick Cambi and Tommy Sharp would be ones to watch, and these two definitely put on quite a show, with Cambi finishing in 1st and Sharp with a 4th place finish.

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America’s Strongest Man 2021 Results

We at Generation Iron stayed on top of the entire competition to bring you these results in what proved to be an exciting and competitive America’s Strongest Man event. As Strongman grows ever more in popularity, the sport has seen a rise in coverage and competitions, something those in the Strongman community are more than excited about. The more attention brought on means more competitions leading to more competitors and ultimately, more public interest, thus making Strongman an even more sought after sport.

Here are the results for America’s Strongest Man 2021.

America’s Strongest Man 2021 Overall Results

  • First place – John Silvas
  • Second place – Tyler Cotton
  • Third place – Marcus Crowder
  • Fourth place – Wesley Claborn
  • Fifth place – Thomas Evans
  • Sixth place – Justin Kealhofer
  • Seventh place – Stanley Carradine
  • Eight place – Brian Clark
  • Ninth place – Alan Colley

America’s Strongest Man 2021 (105kg) Overall Results

  • First place – Nicolas Cambi
  • Second place – James Deffinbaugh
  • Third place – Jeffrey Lee
  • Fourth place – Tommy Sharp
  • Fifth place – Frank Provenzano
  • Sixth place – Alexander Bromley
  • Seventh place – Tyler Young
  • Eight place – Johnny Wasiczko
  • Ninth place – Matt Moeller
  • Tenth place – Nate Bolling

Full Event Scorecard

Wrap Up

All in all, America’s Strongest Man 2021 proved to be exactly what competitors and fans wanted. As many flocked to San Antonio, Texas to either compete or watch this great event, we now have a champion, at least for this year. All eyes will be on the sport of Strongman as this sport continues to rise in the public’s eyes and we are already waiting to see what kind of action next year’s event will bring.

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Austin Letorney is a writer, actor, and fitness enthusiast. As a former rower, he has shifted his focus to sharing his knowledge of the fitness world and strength sports with others.