If you’re a strongman or strongwoman fan, you must be looking forward to the final event of the entire World’s Strongest Man (WSM) competition: the Atlas Stones. Dubbed as “The Manhood Stones,” this event is a test of strength, power, and perseverance. It also determines the winner of the contest.
Darin Heltemes – 13 years in the sport, 2018 USS Nationals overall HW champion, Clash on the Coast and Clash Super Series competitor, and multiple Strongman Champions League u105kg World Championship finalist. My best events are Atlas Stone loading, deadlifting, throwing, and carrying events. I work as a program logistics manager for the United States Antarctic Program, and I enjoy fishing, chess, and bourbon as alternate hobbies.
Adam “The Blue Eyed Monster” – E4 12 years, Atlas Stones, Coach/Professional Strongman.Comp History:SC Nationals 2nd, Arnold amateurs 9th, America’s Strongest Man 18, America’s Strongest man 20, Clash on the Coast 20.
Joshua Eisele – E3 6 years in strongman. Warehouse manager, Best event husafel carry , 550lb keg loaded to 48in , 503lb husafel x 17ft , 350lbs husafel x 407ft , clash on the coast finalist.
Mike “The Slice” Congdon – 7 years, uss overall HW champ 2021, clash on the coast competitor, waco tx clash regional qualifier champion, best events are moving events and Carrie’s, all American stones of strength champion.
Aaron Fondry – 12 years in the sport, Three top 3 u90 world championships finishes, u90 national champion, u90 Deadlift National and World Records.
Adam Derks – 18 years training in strongman/powerlifting. My best is any deadlift or stones. I have compete at Giants live, world deadlift championship, Arnold Australia, WSM