Halfthor Bjornsson wins Europe’s Strongest Man title for the third time. He has now tied iceland with Poland as the leading countries with 7 victories each.
The final standings showed Bjornsson with a final total of 63, Hall with 61 points, and Terry Hollands in third with 48.
The Events went as follows:
- Bus Pull: Bjornsson 11 points, Hollands 10, and Hall 9.
- Max Axle: Hall 11 points, Bjornsson 10, and Matjaz Belsak 9.
- Tyre Flip: Bjornsson 11, Hollands 10, and Hall 9.
- Deadlift: Hall 11 points, Bjornsson 10, and Mark Felix 9.
- Car Walk: Hall 11 points, Bjornsson 10, and Hollands 9.
- Atlas Stones: Bjornsson 11 points, Hall 10, and Mark Felix 9.
I’m very excited and proud to inform you that I reclaimed my title of Europe’s Strongest Man earlier tonight! Huge respect to The Beast @eddie_hall_strong who has improved immensely from last year and really pushed me hard this evening. @terryhollands79 also did a great job securing a 3rd place finish. Shame @biglozwsm had to pull out as he’s been ill the last few days. Great event put together by Giant’s Live! I would like to thank my sponsors, friends, family and fans for their support! @roguefitness @sbdapparel @gymgrossisten @getnewage @australianstrengthcoach @stanefferding @stefansolvi @andrireyr