2023 Official Strongman Video games European Championships Outcomes


The 2023 Official Strongman Video games (OSG) European Championships occurred in London, England, from Aug. 11-13, 2023. The entire divisions competed via the next six occasions: Log Raise, Tremendous Yoke, Sandbag Steeplechase, Deadlift Ladder, Protect Carry, and Energy Stairs.

Every of the divisions’ podium finishers acquired $2,500 for gold, $1,500 for silver, and $1,000 for bronze.

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Log Raise — Males’s U90KG

For reps with 130 kilograms.

  1. Dan Benson — Six reps (T-first)
  2. Ollie Clarke — Six reps (T-first)
  3. Giovanni Luciano — Six reps (T-first)
  4. David Žemlička — 4 reps
  5. Viktor Lingman — Three reps (T-fifth)
  6. David Kent — Three reps (T-fifth)
  7. Benjamin Donin — Two reps (T-seventh)
  8. Joni Rautiainen — Two reps (T-seventh)
  9. Josh Lancaster — One rep (T-ninth)
  10. Stegan Schuessler — One rep (T-ninth)
  11. Harry Rogers — One rep (T-ninth)
  12. Gavin McNamee — no elevate
  13. Siebe Janssen no elevate
  14. Craig Smithno elevate
  15. Steven Wylie — no elevate
  16. Mark Burkeno elevate

Tremendous Yoke — Males’s U90KG

For time with 350 kilograms.

  1. Gavin McNamee — 9.89 seconds
  2. Benjamin Donin — 10.75 seconds
  3. David Žemlička — 11.92 seconds
  4. Viktor Lingman — 12.7 seconds
  5. Steven Wylie — 12.85 seconds
  6. Ollie Clarke — 12.93 seconds
  7. Josh Lancaster — 13.23 seconds
  8. Dan Benson — 13.48 seconds
  9. Giovanni Luciano — 13.9 seconds
  10. Mark Burke — 14.41 seconds
  11. Joni Rautiainen — 18.67 seconds
  12. David Kent — 21.81 seconds
  13. Siebe Janssen — 22.16 seconds
  14. Stegan Schuessler — 22.99 seconds
  15. Harry Rogers — 24.84 seconds
  16. Craig Smith —  35.99 seconds

Sandbag Steeplechase — Males’s U90KG

4 a great deal of 125 kilograms for time.

  1. Ollie Clarke — 4 in 34.32 seconds
  2. Joni Rautiainen — 4 in 37.19 seconds
  3. Craig Smith — 4 in 38.12 seconds
  4. Gavin McNamee — 4 in 38.4 seconds
  5. Steven Wylie — 4 in 40.57 seconds
  6. Benjamin Donin — 4 in 42.71 seconds
  7. Siebe Janssen — 4 in 42.4 seconds
  8. Dan Benson — 4 in 43.74 seconds
  9. David Kent — 4 in 44.11 seconds
  10. Viktor Lingman — 4 in 44.51 seconds
  11. Josh Lancaster — 4 in 46.58 seconds
  12. Mark Burke —  4 in 59.74 seconds
  13. Stegan Schuessler — 4 in 62.62 seconds
  14. David Žemlička — Three in 34.27 seconds
  15. Harry Rogers — Three in 37.39 seconds
  16. Giovanni Luciano — Three in 51.4 seconds

Deadlift Ladder — Males’s U90KG

4 lifts for time of 240, 260, 280, and 300 kilograms.

  1. Dan Benson — 4 in 16.36 seconds
  2. Benjamin Donin — 4 in 16.4 seconds
  3. Gavin McNamee — 4 in 18.72 seconds
  4. David Žemlička — 4 in 29.2 seconds
  5. Siebe Janssen — 4 in 35.11 seconds
  6. Mark Burke —  4 in 36.61 seconds
  7. Ollie Clarke — 4 in 39.96 seconds
  8. Viktor Lingman — 4 in 50.47 seconds
  9. Joni Rautiainen — Three in 16.59 seconds
  10. Craig Smith — Three in 18.7 seconds
  11. Harry Rogers — Three in 26.05 seconds
  12. Josh Lancaster — Three in 32.46 seconds
  13. Giovanni Luciano — Three in 28.14 seconds
  14. David Kent — Three in 31.04 seconds
  15. Stegan Schuessler — Two in 10.94 seconds
  16. Steven Wylie — Two in 11.32 seconds

Protect Carry — Males’s U90KG

For distance with 160 kilograms.

  1. Siebe Janssen — 65.11 meters
  2. Viktor Lingman — 60 meters
  3. Joni Rautiainen — 55.73 meters
  4. Gavin McNamee — 53.73 meters
  5. Josh Lancaster — 51.22 meters
  6. David Kent — 50.34 meters
  7. Dan Benson — 47.47 meters
  8. Ollie Clarke — 44.92 meters
  9. Mark Burke — 44.4 meters
  10. Craig Smith — 44.31 meters
  11. Harry Rogers — 41.4 meters
  12. Steven Wylie — 40.4 meters
  13. Benjamin Donin — 39.47 meters
  14. David Žemlička — 37.70 meters
  15. Giovanni Luciano — 29.31 meters
  16. Stegan Schuessler — 20 meters

Energy Stairs — Males’s U90KG

Twelve stairs complete (three with every weight) of 150, 170, 190, and 200 kilograms.

  1. Gavin McNamee — 12 in 35.31 seconds
  2. Craig Smith — 12 in 38.88 seconds
  3. Dan Benson — 12 in 39.23 seconds
  4. Benjamin Donin — 12 in 47.83 seconds
  5. Ollie Clarke — 11 in 52.4 seconds
  6. Stegan Schuessler — 10 in 41.71 seconds
  7. David Kent — 9 in 23.85 seconds
  8. Siebe Janssen — 9 in 29.13 seconds
  9. Joni Rautiainen — 9 in 29.85 seconds
  10. Josh Lancaster — 9 in 33.1 seconds
  11. Giovanni Luciano — 9 in 38.79 seconds
  12. Steven Wylie — 9 in 44.28 seconds
  13. Mark Burke — 9 in 58.11 seconds
  14. Viktor Lingman — Seven in 27.27 seconds
  15. David Žemlička — Six in 19.19 seconds
  16. Harry Rogers — 5 in 20.96 seconds

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Log Raise — Males’s U80KG

For reps with 110 kilograms.

  1. Dan Ashcroft — Six reps
  2. Dean McVie — 5 reps
  3. Chris Harper — 4 reps (T-third)
  4. Maximilian Wunderlich — 4 reps (T-third)
  5. Kyle Scott — Three reps (T-fifth)
  6. Sonny Nash — Three reps (T-fifth)
  7. Remco Sanders — Three reps (T-fifth)
  8. Richard Molnar — One rep
  9. Finlay Mercer — no elevate
  10. George Latham — no elevate

Tremendous Yoke — Males’s U80KG

For time with 320 kilgorams.

  1. Dan Ashcroft — 11.78 seconds
  2. Dean McVie — 13.64 seconds
  3. Maximilian Wunderlich — 14.54 seconds
  4. Chris Harper — 15.14 seconds
  5. Kyle Scott — 17.48 seconds
  6. Finlay Mercer — 19.87 seconds
  7. Richard Molnar — 19.9 seconds
  8. Remco Sanders — 19.92 seconds
  9. Sonny Nash — 21.29 seconds
  10. George Latham — 60 seconds

Sandbag Steeplechase — Males’s U80KG

4 hundreds with 100 kilograms and 125 kilograms.

  1. Chris Harper — 4 in 31.04 seconds
  2. Kyle Scott — 4 in 37.14 seconds
  3. Dean McVie — 4 in 39.93 seconds
  4. Richard Molnar — 4 in 51.58 seconds
  5. Finlay Mercer — Three in 28.24 seconds
  6. Sonny Nash — Three in 30.7 seconds
  7. Maximilian Wunderlich — Three in 33.02 seconds
  8. Dan Ashcroft — Three in 43.96 seconds
  9. Remco Sanders —  One in 8.81 seconds
  10. George Latham — Three in 37.72 seconds

Deadlift Ladder — Males’s U80KG

4 lifts for time of 220, 240, 260, and 280 kilograms.

  1. Maximilian Wunderlich — 4 in 25.1 seocnds
  2. Dean McVie — 4 in 18.03 seconds
  3. Chris Harper — 4 in 18.89 seconds
  4. Finlay Mercer — 4 in 28.25 seconds
  5. Sonny Nash — 4 in 30.84 seconds
  6. Richard Molnar — 4 in 31.07 seconds
  7. Kyle Scott — 4 in 31.3 seconds
  8. Remco Sanders — 4 in 36.78 seconds
  9. Dan Ashcroft — 4 in 52.35 seconds
  10. George Latham — Three in 23.4 seconds

Protect Carry — Males’s U80KG

For distance with 150 kilograms.

  1. Kyle Scott — 61.51 meters
  2. Sonny Nash — 56.80 meters
  3. Chris Harper — 52.92 meters
  4. Richard Molnar — 49.3 meters
  5. Dean McVie — 47.51 meters
  6. Finlay Mercer — 44.42 meters
  7. Maximilian Wunderlich — 40.58 meters
  8. Remco Sanders — 38.88 meters
  9. Dan Ashcroft — 20 meters
  10. George Latham — 1.54 meters

Energy Stairs — Males’s U80KG

Twelve stairs complete (three with every weight) of 130, 150, 170, and 190 kilograms.

  1. Dean McVie — 12 in 39.01 seconds
  2. Sonny Nash — 12 in 47.01 seconds
  3. Dan Ashcroft — 12 in 49.88 seconds
  4. Richard Molnar — 11 in 36.74 seconds
  5. Chris Harper — 10 in 25.85 seconds
  6. Kyle Scott — 9 in 23.86 seconds
  7. Finlay Mercer — 9 in 37.66 seconds
  8. Maximilian Wunderlich — 9 in 37.81 seconds
  9. Remco Sanders — 9 in 39.34 seconds
  10. George Latham — Seven in 42.3 seconds

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Log Raise — Males’s Masters 40+

4 reps with 140 kilograms.

  1. Johan Espenkrona — 5 reps (T-first)
  2. Sigfus Fossdal — 5 reps (T-first)
  3. Fredrik Svensson — 4 reps (T-third)
  4. Jarkko Malinen — 4 reps (T-third)
  5. Matthew Riddal — Three reps
  6. James Stuart — One rep (T-sixth)
  7. Dainius Repšys — One rep (T-sixth)
  8. Jonathan Kelly — One rep (T-sixth)
  9. Roman Velt —One rep
  10. Jonathan Hines — no elevate
  11. Veli-pekka Kauhanen (Finland) — withdrew

Tremendous Yoke — Males’s Masters 40+

For time with 380 kilograms

  1. Johan Espenkrona — 12.21 seconds
  2. Sigfus Fossdal — 12.65 seconds
  3. Matthew Riddal — 12.86 seconds
  4. Dainius Repšys — 13.84 seconds
  5. Fredrik Svensson — 15.79 seconds
  6. Jonathan Kelly — 18.32 seconds
  7. James Stuart — 23.15 s econds
  8. Jonathan Hines — 25.01 seconds
  9. Jarkko Malinen — 26.07 seconds
  10. Roman Velt — 38.72 seconds
  11. Veli-pekka Kauhanen (Finland) — withdrew

Sandbag Steeplechase — Males’s Masters 40+

4 a great deal of 125 kilograms for time.

  1. James Stuart — 4 in 37.16 seconds
  2. Johan Espenkrona — 4 in 37.78 seconds
  3. Fredrik Svensson — 4 in 39.03 seconds
  4. Jonathan Hines —Three in 40.97 seconds
  5. Jonathan Kelly — 4 in 40.99 seconds
  6. Dainius Repšys — 4 in 41.67 seconds
  7. Matthew Riddal — 4 in 42.89 seconds
  8. Jarkko Malinen — Three in 43.96 seconds
  9. Sigfus Fossdal — 4 in 48.56 seconds
  10. Roman Velt — withdrew
  11. Veli-pekka Kauhanen (Finland) — withdrew

Deadlift Ladder — Males’s Masters 40+

4 lifts for time of 260, 280, 300, and 320 kilograms.

  1. Fredrik Svensson — 4 in 20.96 seconds
  2. Jonathan Kelly — 4 in 23.13 seconds
  3. James Stuart — 4 in 23.35 seconds
  4. Johan Espenkrona — 4 in 29.02 seconds
  5. Sigfus Fossdal — Three in 29.43 seconds
  6. Jonathan Hines —4 in 29.9 seconds
  7. Dainius Repšys — 4 in 31.87 seconds
  8. Matthew Riddal — 4 in 47.18 seconds
  9. Jarkko Malinen — Three in 49.37 seconds
  10. Roman Velt — withdrew
  11. Veli-pekka Kauhanen (Finland) — withdrew

Protect Carry — Males’s Masters 40+

For distance with 175 kilograms.

  1. Johan Espenkrona — 50 meters
  2. Sigfus Fossdal — 49.71 meters
  3. James Stuart — 40.62 meters
  4. Fredrik Svensson — 37.25 meters
  5. Dainius Repšys — 26.98 meters
  6. Jonathan Hines — 25.32 meters
  7. Jarkko Malinen — 19.8 meters
  8. Matthew Riddal — 18.51 meters
  9. Jonathan Kelly — 0.1 meter
  10. Roman Velt — withdrew
  11. Veli-pekka Kauhanen (Finland) — withdrew

Energy Stairs — Males’s Masters 40+

Twelve stairs complete (three with every weight) of 170, 190, 200, and 210 kilograms.

  1. Fredrik Svensson — 12 in 28.76 seconds
  2. Johan Espenkrona — 12 in 31.8 seconds
  3. James Stuart — 12 in 38.42 seconds
  4. Dainius Repšys — 12 in 40.55 seconds
  5. Jonathan Hines — 9 in 43.23 seconds
  6. Matthew Riddal — 12 in 43.62 seconds
  7. Sigfus Fossdal — 12 in 48.18 seconds
  8. Jarkko Malinen — 10 in 48.78 seconds
  9. Jonathan Kelly — 12 in 49.53 seconds
  10. Roman Velt — withdrew
  11. Veli-pekka Kauhanen (Finland) — withdrew

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Log Raise — Males’s Masters 50+

For reps with 110 kilograms.

  1. Mark Felix — Six reps (T-first)
  2. Richard Birchmore — Six reps (T-first)
  3. Ivan Murphy — Two reps
  4. Andy Clarke — One rep

Tremendous Yoke — Males’s Masters 50+

For time with 320 kilograms.

  1. Mark Felix — 10.21 seconds
  2. Andy Clarke — 14.28 seconds
  3. Richard Birchmore — 16.23 seconds
  4. Ivan Murphy — 20.78 seconds

Sandbag Steeplechase — Males’s Masters 50+

4 hundreds with 100 and 125 kilograms.

  1. Richard Birchmore — 4 in 40.08 seconds
  2. Mark Felix — 4 in 42.69 seconds
  3. Andy Clarke — Three in 39.11 seconds
  4. Ivan Murphy — Three in 60.79 seconds

Deadlift Ladder — Males’s Masters 50+

4 lifts for time of 220, 240, 260, and 280 kilograms.

  1. Mark Felix — 4 in 17.67 seconds
  2. Richard Birchmore — 4 in 20.15 seconds
  3. Andy Clarke — 4 in 21.73 seconds
  4. Ivan Murphy — Three in 45.27 seconds

Protect Carry — Males’s Masters 50+

For distance with 150 kilograms.

  1. Mark Felix — 44.45 meters
  2. Richard Birchmore — 41.64 meters
  3. Andy Clarke — 22.41 meters
  4. Ivan Murphy — 20 meters

Energy Stairs — Males’s Masters 50+

Twelve stairs complete (three with every weight) of 130, 150, 170, and 190 kilograms.

  1. Mark Felix — 12 in 29.22 seconds
  2. Andy Clarke — 12 in 35.43 seconds
  3. Richard Birchmore — 12 in 37.87 seconds
  4. Ivan Murphy — 12 in 53.09 seconds

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Log Raise — Ladies’s Open

For reps with 100 kilograms.

  1. Lucy Underdown — 4 reps
  2. Rebecca Roberts — One rep
  3. Katie Smith — no rep
  4. Femke Huisman no rep
  5. Gemma Moore no rep
  6. Sabrina Retzer no rep
  7. Andrea Seed no rep
  8. Rosslyn Cole no rep
  9. Izzy Tait no rep
  10. Jonna Pohjola no rep

Tremendous Yoke — Ladies’s Open

For time with 280 kilograms.

  1. Rebecca Roberts — 10.54 seconds
  2. Lucy Underdown — 15.59 seconds
  3. Femke Huisman — 18.89 seconds
  4. Katie Smith — 26.39 seconds
  5. Gemma Moore — 26.5 seconds
  6. Rosslyn Cole — 53.88 seconds
  7. Andrea Seed — 55.72 seconds
  8. Izzy Tait — 11.86 meters
  9. Jonna Pohjola — 6.84 meters
  10. Sabrina Retzer — 6.48 meters

Sandbag Steeplechase — Ladies’s Open

4 hundreds with 100 kilograms for time.

  1. Lucy Underdown — 4 in 41.98 seconds
  2. Rebecca Roberts — 4 in 44.73 seconds
  3. Katie Smith — 4 in 66.29 seconds
  4. Sabrina Retzer — 4 in 74.28 seconds
  5. Femke Huisman — Three in 46.29 seconds
  6. Gemma Moore — Three in 51.24 seconds
  7. Rosslyn Cole — Three in 62.63 seconds
  8. Andrea Seed — Three in 74.49 seconds
  9. Izzy Tait — Two in 31.44 seconds
  10. Jonna Pohjola — Two in 44.43 seconds

Deadlift Ladder — Ladies’s Open

4 lifts of 190, 210, 230, and 250 kilograms for time.

  1. Lucy Underdown — 4 in 18.2 seconds
  2. Rebecca Roberts — 4 in 27.14 seconds
  3. Katie Smith — 4 in 44.21 seconds
  4. Izzy Tait — 4 in 53.59 seconds
  5. Sabrina Retzer — Three in 26.52 seconds
  6. Gemma Moore — Three in 30.4 seconds
  7. Andrea Seed — Three in 32.68 seconds
  8. Femke Huisman — Three in 41.63 seconds
  9. Rosslyn Cole — One in 7.6 seconds
  10. Jonna Pohjola — One in 21.8 seconds

Protect Carry — Ladies’s Open

For distance with 130 kilograms.

  1. Rebecca Roberts — 68.89 meters
  2. Lucy Underdown — 46.79 meters
  3. Gemma Moore — 41.25 meters
  4. Katie Smith — 28.88 meters
  5. Femke Huisman — 26.39 meters
  6. Sabrina Retzer — 26.74 meters
  7. Rosslyn Cole — 21.98 meters
  8. Jonna Pohjola — 20 meters
  9. Andrea Seed — 7.97 meters
  10. Izzy Tait — withdrew

Energy Stairs — Ladies’s Open

Twelve stairs complete (three with every weight) of 120, 130, 130, and 150 kilograms.

  1. Lucy Underdown — 12 in 34.08 seconds
  2. Rebecca Roberts — 12 in 37.65 seconds
  3. Katie Smith — 12 in 51.5 seconds
  4. Femke Huisman — 12 in 55.51 seconds
  5. Gemma Moore — 9 in 43.38 seconds
  6. Sabrina Retzer — 11 in 50.54 seconds
  7. Andrea Seed — 9 in 37.29 seconds
  8. Rosslyn Cole — 9 in 43.85 seconds
  9. Jonna Pohjola — Three in 17.4 seconds
  10. Izzy Tait — withdrew

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Log Raise — Ladies’s U82KG

For reps with 90 kilograms.

  1. Sandra Bradley — 5 reps
  2. Donna Moore — Three reps
  3. Aneta Brzakova — Three reps
  4. Alexandra Alexa — One rep
  5. Rebecca Worgan — no elevate
  6. Gemma Fergusonno elevate
  7. Emma Grunnillno elevate
  8. Hope Christieno elevate
  9. Jess Taitno elevate
  10. Jade Hoareno elevate

Tremendous Yoke — Ladies’s U82KG

For time with 260 kilograms.

  1. Gemma Ferguson — 18.47 meters
  2. Sandra Bradley — 21.35 seconds
  3. Donna Moore — 21.72 seconds
  4. Aneta Brzakova — 23.62 seconds
  5. Alexandra Alexa — 29.71 seconds
  6. Rebecca Worgan — 41.42 seconds
  7. Hope Christie — 48.69 seconds
  8. Jess Tait — 19 meters
  9. Emma Grunnill — 18.58 meters
  10. Jade Hoare — 13.3 meters

Sandbag Steeplechase — Ladies’s U82KG

4 a great deal of 100 kilograms.

  1. Sandra Bradley — 4 in 46.21 seconds
  2. Donna Moore — 4 in 59.84 seconds
  3. Gemma Ferguson — 4 in 74.23 seconds
  4. Rebecca Worgan — Three in 50.79 seconds
  5. Aneta Brzakova — Three in 53.65 seconds
  6. Emma Grunnill — Three in 61.41 seconds
  7. Alexandra Alexa — Two in 34.48 seconds
  8. Hope Christie — Two in 35.42 seconds
  9. Jade Hoare — Two in 42.6 seconds
  10. Jess Tait — One in 20.74 seconds

Deadlift Ladder — Ladies’s U82KG

4 lifts of 170, 190, 210, and 230 kilograms for time.

  1. Sandra Bradley — 4 in 17.77 seconds
  2. Donna Moore — 4 in 20.96 seconds
  3. Aneta Brzakova — Three in 32.35 seconds
  4. Gemma Ferguson — Three in 34.18 seconds
  5. Emma Grunnill — Three in 42.7 seconds
  6. Alexandra Alexa — Three in 53.72 seconds
  7. Rebecca Worgan — Two in 12.32 seconds
  8. Jess Tait — Two in 13.66 seconds
  9. Jade Hoare — Two in 14.63 seconds
  10. Hope Christie — Two in 29.43 seconds

Protect Carry — Ladies’s U82KG

For distance with 120 kilograms.

  1. Donna Moore — 42.76 meters
  2. Rebecca Worgan — 40.95 meters
  3. Sandra Bradley — 39.73 meters
  4. Gemma Ferguson — 36.39 meters
  5. Aneta Brzakova — 30.85 meters
  6. Emma Grunnill — 30.54 meters
  7. Jade Hoare — 18.86 meters
  8. Alexandra Alexa — 14.67 meters
  9. Jess Tait — 12.18 meters
  10. Hope Christie — 9.41 meters

Energy Stairs — Ladies’s U82KG

Twelve stairs complete (three with every weight) of 120, 130, 130, and 150 kilograms.

  1. Sandra Bradley — 11 in 40.69 seconds
  2. Donna Moore — 10 in 45.66 seconds
  3. Aneta Brzakova — 10 in 46.33 seconds
  4. Emma Grunnill — 9 in 35.08 seconds
  5. Rebecca Worgan — 9 in 37.36 seconds
  6. Gemma Ferguson — Seven in 39.9 seconds
  7. Alexandra Alexa — Six in 41.41 seconds
  8. Hope Christie — Seven in 39.8 seconds
  9. Jess Tait — Seven in 58.63 seconds
  10. Jade Hoare — Six in 31.29 seconds

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Log Raise — Ladies’s U73KG

For reps with 80 kilograms.

  1. Rachael Greathead — Three reps
  2. Jenny Todd — Two reps
  3. Chloe Brennan — no elevate
  4. Sarah Reynoldsno elevate
  5. Jatta Sipolano elevate
  6. Sina Schrammeno elevate
  7. Becky Middayno elevate

Tremendous Yoke — Ladies’s U73KG

For time with 240 kilograms

  1. Chloe Brennan — 10.98 seconds
  2. Becky Midday — 19.98 seconds
  3. Jenny Todd — 21.09 seconds
  4. Rachael Greathead — 29.97 seconds
  5. Jatta Sipola — 21.92 seconds
  6. Sina Schramme — 19.8 meters
  7. Sarah Reynolds — 17.32 meters

Sandbag Steeplechase — Ladies’s U73KG

4 hundreds with 75 and 100 kilograms.

  1. Chloe Brennan — 4 in 66.44 seconds
  2. Jatta Sipola — 4 in 60.6 seconds
  3. Jenny Todd — Three in 32.66 seconds
  4. Sarah Reynolds — Three in 33.99 seconds
  5. Becky Midday — Three in 36.83 seconds
  6. Sina Schramme — Three in 43.43 seconds
  7. Rachael Greathead — Three in 44.07 seconds

Deadlift Ladder — Ladies’s U73KG

4 lifts for time of 160, 180, 200, and 220 kilograms.

  1. Chloe Brennan — Three in 16.61 seconds
  2. Sarah Reynolds — 4 in 40.43 seconds
  3. Jenny Todd — 4 in 50.66 seconds
  4. Rachael Greathead — Two in 12.15 seconds
  5. Jatta Sipola — Two in 12.56 seconds
  6. Becky Midday — Two in 13.54 seconds
  7. Sina Schramme — Two in 40.84 seconds

Protect Carry — Ladies’s U73KG

For distance with 115 kilograms.

  1. Rachael Greathead — 41.23 meters
  2. Chloe Brennan — 37.27 meters
  3. Sina Schramme — 36.7 meters
  4. Sarah Reynolds — 34.36 meters
  5. Jenny Todd — 32.9 meters
  6. Jatta Sipola — 25.30 meters
  7. Becky Midday — 22.33 meters

Energy Stairs — Ladies’s U73KG

Twelve stairs complete (three with every weight) of 110, 120, 130, and 130 kilograms.

  1. Chloe Brennan — 12 in 38.27 seconds
  2. Jenny Todd — 12 in 41.88 seconds
  3. Rachael Greathead — 12 in 47.96 seconds
  4. Sarah Reynolds — 12 in 52.46 seconds
  5. Sina Schramme — 11 in 59.96 seconds
  6. Jatta Sipola — 9 in 43.62 seconds
  7. Becky Midday — Six in 34.54 seconds

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