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Mitchell Hooper Wins the Arnold Strongman Classic 2024

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THE ARNOLD CLASSIC occurred this weekend, and saw an entire host of bodybuilders and strength professional athletes come down on Columbus, Ohio to participate in the body and strongman contests.

Mitchell Hooper emerged triumphant in the Arnold Strongman Classic competitors for the 2nd year running. The Canadian strongman, who still presently holds the title of World’s Strongest Man after his win in April 2023, made his method to the leading area on the leaderboard after edging out his competitiors in the penultimate occasion, the Apollon Wheels.

2nd put on the podium went to Polish strongman Mateusz Kieliszkowski, while Scottish strongman and previous WSM winner Tom Stoltman protected the number 3 area. Icelandic strongman and powerlifter Hafthor Bjornsson, a.k.a. The Mountain, who just recently went back to strength sports after his retirement and pivot to boxing in 2020, came 4th, and “American Nightmare” Bobby Thompson came 5th.

The sixth through tenth locations in the last rankings were taken by WSM alum Oleksii Novikov, Evan Singleton, previous Strongman Classic and WSM winner Martins Licis, Thomas Evans, and Oskar Ziółkowski.

In the Arnold Classic’s bodybuilding competitors, Iranian competitor Hadi Choopan won top place, carefully followed by Samson Dauda. The Men’s Physique title went to Diogo Montenegro.

Occasion creator Arnold Schwarzenegger has actually been outspoken in his desire to make the world of physical fitness more available and inclusive to all, and the Arnold Classic functions a Pro Wheelchair classification to commemorate the expertise and efficiency of handicapped professional athletes. This year, Indian bodybuilder Rajesh John won the reward.

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