Jasmin Hajdarevic Wins Denmark's Strongest Man

by Randall J. Strossen, Ph.D. | ©2014 IronMind


Jasmin Hajdarevic won the Denmark's Strongest Man contest in Copenhagen this weekend.

Ilkka Kinnunen (left) and Jasmin Hajdarevic (right) take a moment to relax at the Denmark's Strongest Man contest - Jasmin Hajdarevic won the contest, which Ilkka Kinnunen refereed, along with Marcel Mostert. IronMind® | Photo courtesy of Ilkka Kinnunen.
Ilkka Kinnunen (left) and Jasmin Hajdarevic (right) take a moment to relax at the Denmark's Strongest Man contest - Jasmin Hajdarevic won the contest, which Ilkka Kinnunen refereed, along with Marcel Mostert. IronMind® | Photo courtesy of Ilkka Kinnunen.
 

This contest was located in Copenhagen's famous Tivoli Gardens, the world's oldest amusement park. Ilkka Kinnunen told IronMind® that it was a sunny day with 3,000 spectators, so no wonder he said it "looked very good!" as the eight strongmen contested six events: farmer's walk, medley, Apollon's axle, deadlift, one-arm dumbbell press, and loading.

Here are the overall places and points:

1. Jasmin Hajdarevic 47 points
2. Gregor Stenmar 39.5 points
3. Nicolai Hansen 37.5 points
4. Michael Liacht 30 points
5. Boris Milosevitc 22.5 points
6. Tobisa Hansen 14.5 points
7. Jesper Schmidt 13.5 points
8. Henrik Andersen injured

 


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