Sarajevo is hosting the finals of the Strongman League of Champions, and in Skenderija it was possible to find out who is the strongest man in the world.
On Friday, a discipline was held in front of the Youth Center in which competitors pulled 17-ton trucks, and you can see what it looked like in the footage captured.
The competition for the remaining five disciplines, which the competitors did not know until the start of the competition, washeld on November 18th in Skenderija starting at 4 p.m.
After Sarajevo hosted the seventh of ten stages of the Strongman Champions League last year, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is hosting the final competition this year.
BiH was represented in the final by Damir Stroil, and Francis Kane (Great Britain), Nana Evans (Ghana), Andrea Invernizzi (Italy), Mika Torro (Finland), Adam Roszkowski (Poland), Kevin Hazeleger (Netherlands), Ervin Toots (Estonia), Peter Juhasz (Hungary), Oscar Ziolkowski (Poland), Fatih Karaca (Turkey), and current world champion Aivars Smaukstelis (Latvia) also participated.
Before the final, Kane led with 119.5 points and was close to the title, followed by Evans with 91, Smaukstelis with 86, Invernizzi with 64, Torro with 58 points…