2024 World’s Strongest Man Finals Event 4 “Reign Total Body Fuel Conan’s Wheel” Results

When the 10 2024 World’s Strongest Man (WSM) finalists competed on the first day of the WSM Final, May 4, 20224, Wesley Derwinsky, Mitchell Hooper, and Tom Stoltman set a new world record on the Keg Toss for height. On Sunday, May 5, 2024, the strongmen returned to Myrtle Beach, SC, to take on the remaining three events to determine who would win the 47th edition of the WSM contest.

Mitchell Hooper aims to become the first strongman ever to be concurrent, repeat champions of the WSM and the Arnold Strongman Classic (ASC). Tom Stoltman is the overall leader by three points going into the final day, with his sights set on being the first strongman to win three WSM titles since Brian Shaw (who won four total). Stoltman would also be the first strongman to regain the title since Shaw did so in 2015.

Evan Singleton started the final day of the competition in third place by a half-point behind Hooper. Singleton wants his first WSM podium finish. Should he assume the top spot, he would be the first American winner since Martins Licis in 2019.

[Stay Tuned: 2024 World’s Strongest Man Results & Leaderboard]

[Related: 2024 World’s Strongest Man Day 3 Recap]

Reign Total Body Fuel Conan’s Wheel Results

This event requires the competitors to lift a handle attached to a wagon with 250 kilograms (551 pounds). Using a Zercher grip, athletes walk the wagon around its center axis in a circle as far as possible.

Pavlo Kordiyaka — 922 degrees

Mitchell Hooper — 821 degrees

Tom Stoltman — 777 degrees

Matthew Ragg — 748 degrees

Wesley Derwinsky — 681 degrees

Tristain Hoath — 643 degrees

Evan Singleton — 598 degrees

Luke Stoltman — 527 degrees

Austin Andrade — 526 degrees

Aivars Šmaukstelis — 486 degrees

Pavlo Kordiyaka led the group and power-walked the wagon through two rotations. He finally dropped during his third rotation shortly before hitting the 1,000-degree milestone. Fans in attendance were hyped despite the overcast morning, knowing Kordiyaka’s distance would be challenging to beat.

Tristain Hoath ran second but couldn’t match Kordiyaka’s distance. Rain began to fall, which caused a delay. Walking with so much weight on a slick surface could spell disaster for the athletes’ safety. Fifteen minutes later after the floor was dried, action resumed.

Luke Stoltman took his turn, followed by Austin Andrade and Aivars Šmaukstelis. All three posted valiant efforts, the first two exceeding the 500-degree mark, but Kordiyaka’s lead held.

Singleton knew he needed a big finish if he were to capture hardware beyond the bronze. He fell just shy of 600 degrees, which ranked him fifth in the event with the two athletes ranked higher on the overall leaderboard still to go.

Hooper had to make any dent he could into Tom Stoltman’s overall lead before reaching the Atlas Stones. Hooper was the second athlete to eclipse 800 degrees and put the pressure on Tom Stoltman to close the event.

Tom Stoltman rose to the challenge, though. A turn of 777 degrees was enough for the bronze in the event, though Hooper got the upper hand to drop Stoltman’s three-point lead down to two with two events to come.

Only the BFGoodrich Tires HD Terrain Deadlift and Atlas Stones remain. Stay tuned to BarBend to see who will finish the job and take the title in Myrtle Beach.

Featured image: @theworldsstrongestman on Instagram

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