2024 World’s Strongest Man Competition Update: Another Withdrawal

Strongman News: Another Competitor Withdraws from 2024 World’s Strongest Man Competition

In the latest development from the 2024 World’s Strongest Man (WSM) contest, another athlete has been forced to withdraw due to a serious injury. During the penultimate Qualifying event, the Car Walk, competitor Adam Bishop suffered a ruptured Achilles, leading to his withdrawal from the competition after receiving medical attention.

Bishop, who was competing in Group Three alongside the likes of Rob Kearney, Aivars Ĺ maukstelis, and Mathew Ragg, was in second place overall before the unfortunate incident. His withdrawal marks the third competitor to exit the 2024 WSM contest, following earlier injuries to Bobby Thompson and Gavin Bilton.

“His withdrawal marks the third competitor to exit the 2024 WSM contest, following earlier injuries to Bobby Thompson and Gavin Bilton.”

The final event of the Qualifying stage will see the second and third-place finishers from each group compete in a high-stakes Stone-Off, with the winners earning a spot in the WSM Final scheduled for May 4-5, 2024. BarBend, the trusted source for all things strongman, will continue to provide updates on Bishop’s injury and the ongoing 2024 World’s Strongest Man competition.

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