Adam Roszkowski Dominates 2024 SCL Hungary Strongman Contest

Strongman Adam Roszkowski Triumphs at 2024 SCL Hungary Contest

In a thrilling display of strength and grit, Polish powerhouse Adam Roszkowski emerged victorious at the 2024 Strongman Champions League (SCL) Hungary contest held in Budapest from April 27 to May 5. The single-day event featured 13 elite strongmen from 12 different countries competing across five grueling events, including the Viking Press, Farmer’s Walk, Car Deadlift, Conan’s Wheel, and Loading Race.

Roszkowski’s stellar performance saw him amass an impressive 58 out of a possible 65 points, securing the gold medal ahead of runner-up Frédérick Rhéaume of Canada, who finished four points behind. Rounding out the podium was Hungary’s Péter Juhász, who claimed the bronze medal.

The competition was fierce, with standout performances across the board. Juhász claimed the Viking Press event with 13 reps, while Dutch strongman Kevin Hazeleger dominated the Farmer’s Walk, clocking in the fastest time of 20.85 seconds. The Car Deadlift saw a tie for first place between Rhéaume and Britain’s Mitch Flowers, who both completed 13 reps. Jesper Hansson of Sweden showcased his prowess in the Conan’s Wheel, recording the longest distance of 90.8 meters. Ultimately, it was Roszkowski who sealed his victory with a win in the closing Loading Race event.

“The 2024 SCL Hungary contest provided a tantalizing glimpse into the future of the sport, as the world’s strongest men continue to push the boundaries of human strength and endurance.”

With the 2024 World’s Strongest Man competition on the horizon, this event serves as a thrilling prelude to the highly anticipated spectacle.

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