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Our two gladiators from the ISA 2016 were Dean Kennedy, Co.Wexford and the 2015 110kg Ireland Strongest Man winner Ivan Gannon, Co.Sligo.

The Irish Strength Association would like to congratulate Ivan Gannon on winning his first 110KG class UK title.  Ivan Gannon all year has been competing at the senior heavyweight class and has proved by placing 4th in the Ireland Strongest Man 2016, that he has the arsenal to win any battle.  After winning the 110KG Ireland Strongest Man this year Ivan was walking into the World Power Show with a lot of confidence.  However, Ivan was up against a tricky line up of competitors, including a UK Strongest Man finalist John Pollock.  Ivan used this to raise his game and that was what brought him over the line.  John Pollock pushed Ivan to the very end with John finishing all of the stones and becoming the 20th man in history to do so.  On the hand Ivan did what he needed to do and that was to beat John in this weak events such as the incline log.  John did everything he could but it was not enough.  Ivan proved why he competing in the UK Strongest Man by lifting the Xplosive Ape trophy. We would like to thank the World Power Show for hosting this prestigious event.  The ISA wish Ivan all of the best in his preparations for the UK Strongest Man Final.  You can book your tickets fot this event by going onto the Ultimate Strongman website:

http://www.ultimatestrongestman.com/get_tickets/?EventID=33

The Irish Strength Association would massively like to congratulate Dean Kennedy on becoming the new 95KG UK Strongest Man.  After placing respectively in the Republic of Ireland Strongest Man,  Dean was going into the UK contest with no expectations and was there for experience.  However Dean is named the ”Dynamo”.  He definitely was the ”Dynamo” on the day of the contest by gaining a number of personal bests when it mattered.  Including in the duck walk and the daddy dumbbell.  Dean saw off a number of strong Scottish competitors and was rewarded by lifting his first Xplosive Ape trophy.  The ISA would like to thank the World Power show for hosting this prestigious event.  The ISA wish Dean all the Celtic power from all our warriors from past centuries as he competes in Russia for the 95KG World Championships.

The results for this joint competition are below:

Event 1- Duck Walk- 30m

Position Name Distance/ Time Score
1 John Pollock 19.83 seconds 8
2 Matt Szczerbinski 28.38 seconds 7
3 Ivan Gannon 40.00 seconds 6
4 Dean Kennedy 28.80 meters 5
5 Joni Manson 24.40 meters 4
6 Dhani Moar 18.20 meters 3
7 Mark Turner 9.60 meters 2
8 James Turner 9.18 meters 1

 

Event 2- Daddy Dumbell for Reps

Position Name Reps Score Overall Points
1 Dhanni Moar 15 8 11
2 Ivan Gannon 14 7 13
3 Matt Szczerbinski 12 6 13
4 Dean Kennedy 9 5 10
5 Joni Manson 7 3.5 7.5
5 John Pollock 7 3.5 11.5
7 James Tuner 4 2 3
8 Mark Tuner 0 0 2

 

Event 3- Car Deadlift Hold for maximum

Position Name Time Score Overall Points
1 Ivan Gannon 81.56 8 21
2 John Pollock 73.24 7 18.5
3 Matt Szcerbinski 59.48 6 19
4 Dean Kennedy 50.81 5 15
5 Dhanni Moar 38.57 4 15
6 Joni Manson 32.28 3 10.5
7 James Turner 25.35 2 5
8 Mark Turner 18.52 1 3

 

Event 4- Incline Log

Position Name Reps Score Overall Points
1 Ivan Gannon 16 8 29
2 Dhanni Moar 14 7 22
3 Dean Kennedy 12 6 21
4 John Pollock 11 5 23.5
5 Mark Turner 6 4 7
6 James Turner 5 3 8
7 Matt Sxczerbinski 3 2 21
8 Joni Manson 0 0 10.5

 

Event 5- Stones of Strength

Position Name Stones/Time Score Overall Points
1 John Pollock 5- 58.08 8 31.5
2 Dhanni Moar 4- 21.21 7 29
3 Ivan Gannon 4- 24.51 6 35
4 Matt Szczerbinski 4- 36.64 5 26
5 Dean Kennedy 3- 19.78 4 25
6 Joni Manson 3- 20.96 3 13.5
7 Mark Turner 3- 21.92 2 9
8 James Turner 3- 22.93 1 9

Event 6- Tyre Flip

Position Name Time/Flips Score Overall Score
1 Dhanni Moar 29.22 seconds 8 37
2 John Pollock 30.97 seconds 7 38.5
3 Matt Szczerbinski 37.41 seconds 6 32
4 Dean Kennedy 58.40 seconds 5 30
5 Ivan Gannon 61.47 seconds 4 39
6 Joni Manson 79.07 seconds 3 16.5
7 Mark Turner 3 flips 2 11
8 James Turner 0 flips 1 9

Overall Standings

Position Name Overall Points
1 Ivan Gannon (110kg) 39
2 John Pollock (110kg) 38.5
3 Dhanni Moar (110kg) 37
4 Matt Szczerbinski (110kg) 32
5 Dean Kennedy (95kg) 30
6 Joni Manson (95kg) 16.5
7 Mark Turner (95kg) 11
8 James Turner (95kg) 9

Details

Date:
Jul 2, 2016
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Website:
http://www.worldpowershow.com/

Organizer

Glenn Ross
Phone:
0044 7780815928
Email:
glennross@hotmail.co.uk

Venue

ExCel London
Royal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway,
London , E16 1XL United Kingdom
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