Pa O’Dwyer lifts the title of IVECO Ireland’s Strongest Man 2016
The ISA would like to congratulate Pa O’Dwyer on becoming the new IVECO Ireland Strongest Man and lifting the coveted Phil Richard’s Performance XVII Finn McCool trophy.  Pa had a faultless performance and showed consistency in all of the events.  This was the sign of a real champion. This year from all of the qualifiers it was a › Read more
2016 Newsletter, ISA Membership & application form deadline for your next strength event 2016
Welcome all Irish Strength Association members and fans to 2016 year of events. A year planned to be the biggest ever in our 17 year history . ISA have more events that will be confirmed in the coming weeks and some big announcements too… All our events will be on our brand new website, www.irishstrongman.com › Read more
Sean O’Hagan Dominates the Ulster Strongest Man Qualifier 2015
Well done Sean O’Hagan on his dominating performance at the Ulster Strongest Man Qualifier 2015. This takes him one step closer to retaining his title of Ulster Warrior Prince, can he take the title two years in a row, we will soon see ! Sean also won the Ireland Truck Pull Championships that was held › Read more
New website launch
Our brand new website has now been launched!. Our new website will keep you up-to-date with all our latest news and upcoming events. You can also now apply and pay online for ISA membership & Beast & The Beauty Castings! I would like to thank everyone that has been involved in the building of this site, › Read more
Log Lifting Championships
Log lifting championships being held in Bangor, County Down on Saturday 17th January. Free entry! Come along. › Read more
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Since it's formation in July 2000, the Irish Strength Association have gone from strength to strength, boasting over 140 members, many of whom have competed in the highest levels of Strongest Man,Arm-wrestling and Highland games competitions. Mission: To be the strongest on the planet!

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Pa O’Dwyer crowned Ireland’s Strongest Man 2018
With crowds running into the thousands and perfect weather gracing Bangor, County Down, Pa O’Dwyer saw off all challengers to take a third Ireland’s Strongest Man title and the Republic of Ireland Strongest Man title. Showing that, once again, all-round consistency is the way to the title, O’Dwyer took wins in the Log For Maximum
Ireland’s Strongest Man 2018
  The “To Me To You Removals” Ireland’s Strongest Man will commence on Sunday 8th April at 1pm at the McKee Clock Arena.  All 12 competitors will be battling it out for the 19th Finn McCool Trophy.  The 4 hour strength extravaganza is supported by Ards and North Down Borough Council which entails 5 gruelling
Ireland Strongest Man events
Ulster’s Strongest Man for the XVIII Cucullen Trophy, Republic Strongest Man for the XVIII King Fionn Trophy, Junior Ireland Strongest Man Master Ireland Strongest Man Finn McCool Trophy will take place on Sunday 8th April 2018. Ireland Strongest Man 2018 for IX Finn McCool Trophy Disciplines: 1/Duck Walk and Anchor and chain Drag (5 links
Events for the Ulster’s Strongest Man, Republic of Ireland Strongest Man, Novice Ireland Strongest Man, Junior and Master Ireland Strongest Man and the All Ireland Final details will be announced this week!  Are you ready?
Ireland’s Strongest Man places 6th overall and pulls 520KG in Uzbekistan
Ireland’s Strongest Man Pa O’Dwyer finishes 6th overall in Uzbekistan.  This is a remarkable achievement for Pa who has already performed on international stages this year at the UK Strongest Man finishing 3rd, 2nd with Team Ireland in the Ultimate Strongman Battle of Britain and representing Team Celts in the Ultimate Strongman Team World Championship. 

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