Eddie Hall Wins World's Strongest Man 2017

World's Strongest Man 2017 took place this past week in Botswana and while there was no live stream, we've been lucky enough to spot some coverage here and there. According to the unofficial scoring, Eddie Hall has won World's Strongest Man 2017!

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Joining Eddie Hall on the podium is Hafthor Bjornsson in second place and 2016 World's Strongest Man Brian Shaw in third. Here are some of the performances which earned Eddie Hall is first WSM title, courtesy of Kalle Beck of Starting Strongman:

Eddie Hall squats 700lb for 15 reps




Eddie Hall gets 15 reps on the Viking Press



You can find more videos from the competition on Starting Strongman's Youtube page.

Congratulations to Eddie Hall on his incredible win over one of the toughest fields of competition ever. Here are the top 10 in order:

  1. ​Eddie Hall
  2. Thor Bjornsson
  3. Brian Shaw
  4. Martins Licis
  5. Jean-Francios Carron
  6. Mateusz Kieliszkowski
  7. Laurence Shahlaei
  8. Konstantine Janashia
  9. Zydrunas Savickas
  10. Nick Best

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