Forca Bruta Pro Strongman Brasil

The year is over and another amazing Forca Bruta pro Strongman contest has just ended recently in Brazil. A Strongman contest is a contest in which athletes take part in strength sports to win the title of the strongest man. This year’s Forca Bruta pro Strongman contest was much more intense and coursing with adrenaline compared to last year with another batch of pro athletes from around the country.

The Forca Bruta pro Strongman contest is a 4 man contest in which the athletes come to take part in strength sports from around the country and come together and compete for the title of strongest going through rigorous and intense trails. This year the competitors that competed for the title of strongest were Mateusz Kieliszkowski, Krzysztof Radzikowski, Marcos Ferrari and Johnny Hasson. This year the title of the strongest goes to Mateusz Kieliszkowski that took the title of being Brazil’s strongest after an incredible performance.15542304_10154827989624439_2691654763068781016_n

Mateusz Kieliszkowski and Krzysztof Radzikowski – the top athletes of the contest – will be taking part in the Arnold Pro Strongman World Series Championships at the Arnold Sports Festival in Columbus in March. The Arnold Pro Strongman World Series Championship is an event in which pro-athletes from around the world attend to compete for the title of being strongest in the world. This event is held every year in Columbus, Ohio, USA. This competition is directed more towards “raw strength” rather than endurance, speed and athleticism making it the perfect stage for the strongest to show what they are made of.15578438_10154827989554439_4417835177272152036_n

Updated info on the Arnold Pro Strongman World Series Championship is below. ARNOLD STRONGMAN SERIES RESULTS 2016 ARNOLD STRONGMAN CLASSIC USA 1. Zydrunas Savickas (Lithuania), 42 points 2. Brian Shaw (USA), 41 points 3. Vytautas Lalas (Lithuania), 36 points 4. Mateusz Kieliskowski (Poland), 33.5 points 5. Hafthor Bjornsson (Iceland), 32.5 points 6. Jerry Pritchett (USA), 24.5 points 7. Mikaek Shivilyakov (Russia), 22.5 points 8. Dimitar Savatinov (Russia), 18.5 points 9. Eddie Hall (United Kingdom), 11 points 10. Aleksandr Lysenko (Russia), 10.5 points 2016 ARNOLD CLASSIC AUSTRALIA 11. Hafthor Bjornsson** (Iceland), 44.5 points 12. Krysztof Radzikowski (Poland), 34 points 13. Zydrunas Savickas (Lithuania), 33 points 14. Eben Le Roux (Australia), 24.5 points 15. Colm Woulfe (New Zealand), 18 points 16. Luke Reynolds (Australia), 13 points 17. Rob Frampton (England), 11 points 18. Dimitar Savitinov (Bulgaria), Did Not Compete **-Qualified for 2017 Arnold Strongman World Championships (Bjornsson based on winning event, Savickas based on being 2016 Arnold Strongman Champions and appearing in one (1) Arnold Strongman Series qualifying event in 2016) 2016 ARNOLD CLASSIC SOUTH AMERICA 1. Hafthor Bjornsson (Iceland), 26 points 2. Zydrunas Savickas (Lithuania), 22.5 points 3. Krysztof Radzikowski** (Poland), 22 points 4. Dimitar Savitinov (Bulgaria), 15.5 points 5. Martin Wildauer (Austria), 15.5 points 6. Marcos Ferrari (Brasil), 4.5 points **-Qualified for 2017 Arnold Strongman World Championships 2016 ARNOLD CLASSIC SOUTH AFRICA 1. Hafthor Bjornsson (Iceland), 45 points 2. Masteusz Kieliskowski** (Poland), 40.5 points 3. Dimitar Savatinov (Bulgaria), 37 points 4. Martin Widauer (Austria), 35.5 points 5. Rauno Heinla (Estonia), 31 points 6. Akos Nagy (Hungary), 23 points 7. Mikhail Shivlyakov (Russia), 21 points 8. Eben le Roux (Australia), 20 points 9. Marcos Ferrair (Brasil), 12 points 10. Marc Jason van der Haer (South Africa), 10 points 11. Jonathan Lane (USA), 8 points) **-Qualified for 2017 Arnold Strongman World Championships 2016 ARNOLD CLASSIC ASIA 1. Vytautas Lalas** (Lithuania), 32.5 points 2. Zydrunas Savickas (Lithuania), 26 points 3. Mikhail Shivylakov (Russia), 23.5 points 4. Dimitar Savatinov (Bulgaria)m 18.5 points 5. Rauno Heinla (Estonia), 16 points 6. Martin Wildauer (Austria), 15 points 7. Akos Nagy (Hungary), 5.5 points **-Qualified for 2017 Arnold Strongman World Championships 2016 ARNOLD CLASSIC EUROPE 1. Brian Shaw** (USA), 43 points 2. Mateusz Kielizkowski (Poland), 35 points 3. Krysztof Radzikowski (Poland), 34 points 4. Matjaz Belsak (Slovenia), 34 points 5. Mikhail Shivlyakov (Russia), 34 points 6. Rauno Heinla (Estonia), 28 points 7. Jerry Pritchett (USA), 23 points 8. Justin Fisher (USA), 14.5 points 9. Sigfus Fossdal (Iceland), 13.5 points 10. Terry Hollands (England), 0 points (WD) **-Qualified for 2017 Arnold Strongman World Championships 2016 ARNOLD PRO STRONGMAN DALLAS 1. Dimitar Savatinov** (Bulgaria), 80 points 2. Martin Licis, 75.5 points 3. Mikhail Shivlyakov (Russia), 72.5 points 4. Rauno Heinla (Estonia), 68.5 points, 5. Jerry Pritchett (USA), 64.5 points 6. Trey Mitchell III, 61.5 points 7. Brian Fletcher, 54.5 points 8. Spencer Remick, 53.5 points 9. Wesley Claborn, 50 points 10. Stann Carradine, 47.5 points **-Qualified for 2017 Arnold Strongman World Championships POINTS STANDINGS* (through 2016 Dallas Pro Strongman and includes points awarded at 2016 Arnold Strongman Classic) 1. Mikhail Shivilyakov (Russia), 27 points 2. Rauno Heinla (Estonia), 21 points 3. Jerry Pritchett (USA), 15 points 4. Martin Wildauer (Austria), 11 points 5. Martin Licis, 9 points 6. Eben Le Roux (Australia), 7 points 7. Akos Nagy Hungary), 6 points Matjaz Belsak (Slovenia), 6 points 9. Trey Mitchell III, 5 points 10. Brian Fletcher, 4 points 11. Marcos Ferrari (Brasil), 3 points Colm Woulfe (New Zealand), 3 points Justin Fisher (USA), 3 points Spencer Remick, 3 points 15. Luke Reynolds (Australia), 2 points Sigfus Fossdal (Iceland), 2 points Wesley Clayborn, 2 points Eddie Hall, 2 points 19. Marc Jason can der Haer (South Africa), 1 point Rob Frampton (England), 1 point Terry Hollands (England), 1 point Stann Carradine, 1 point Aleksandr Lysenko, 1 point 22. Jonathan Lane (USA), 0 points *–DOES NOT INCLUDE ATHLETES QUALIFIED FOR 2017 ARNOLD STRONGMAN SERIES WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS *–POINTS CALCULATED ON NUMBER OF COMPETITORS, PER COMPEITIONS, WITH MAXIMUM 10 POINTS FOR 1ST, 9 POINTS FOR 2ND, ETC. IN COMPETITION WITH SIX COMPETITIONS, 6 POINTS AWARDED FOR 1ST, 5 POINTS FOR 2ND, ETC. 2017 ARNOLD STRONGMAN WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS Qualified Athletes 1. Hafthor Bjornsson (Iceland) 2. Zydrunas Savickas (Lithuania) 3. Krysztof Radzikowski (Poland) 4. Masteusz Kieliskowski (Poland) 5. Zach Hadge (United States) — 2016 Arnold Amateur World Champion 6. Vytautas Lalas (Lithuania) 7. Brian Shaw (United States) 8. Dimitar Savatinov (Bulgaria) 9. Mikhail Shivlyako (Russia), 23 points 10. Rauno Heinla (Estonia), 21 points 1 st Alternate: Jerry Pritchett (USA) 2016 ARNOLD STRONGMAN SERIES SCHEDULE March 3-6: Arnold Strongman Classic USA (Columbus, Ohio) March 17-19: Arnold Classic Australia (Melbourne) April 1-3: Arnold Classic South America (Rio de Janeiro) May 27-29: Arnold Classic Africa (Johannesburg, South Africa) August 19-21: Arnold Classic Asia (Hong Kong) September 23-25: Arnold Classic Europe (Barcelona) December 3, 2016: Arnold Pro Strongman Dallas (Dallas, Texas) March 3-5, 2017: Arnold Strongman Series World Championship (Columbus, Ohio USA) 2017 ARNOLD STRONGMAN SERIES SCHEDULE March 3-5, 2017: Arnold Strongman Series World Championship (Columbus, Ohio USA) March 17-19: Arnold Classic Australia (Melbourne) April 21-23: Arnold Classic South America (Rio de Janeiro) May 5-7: Arnold Classic Africa (Johannesburg, South Africa) August 19-21: Arnold Classic Asia (Hong Kong) September 23-25: Arnold Classic Europe

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