The past weekend has been a blast for all Strongman fans, as multiple elite competitions took place around the world. One of those was the 2023 Siberian Power Show, which was held in Krasnoyarsk, Russia. It gathered 11 athletes in total, with some traveling from the USA, France, and Iran. However, a Russian representative still came out victorious, as Dmitrii Skosyrskii collected significantly more points than any other participant.
With the competition spanning over two days and consisting of six events, it displayed a number of impressive performances. However, the most consistent athlete was definitely Dmitrii Skosyrskii, racking up 58 points out of the possible 66.
The battle for second place was extremely close between David Shamey and Peiman Maheripourehir. However, due to his clutch performances on day two, David claimed the silver medal, leaving bronze for Peiman.
2023 Siberian Power Show Results
- Dmitrii Skosyrskii — 58 points
- David Shamey — 48.5 points
- Peiman Maheripourehir — 46 points
- Vladimir Bulgakov — 38 points
- Reza Gheitasi — 36.5 points
- Wesley Claborn — 31 points
- Aurélien Le Jeune — 29.5 points
- Petr Bukhonov — 28.5 points
- Ramil Ramazanov — 26 points
- Valery Savin — 25.5 points
- Alexander Kuzmin — 12.5 points
The first event of the 2023 Siberian Power Show was the deadlift for max weight, which was perfect for Peiman Maheripourehir, who locked out 435 kilograms. This was enough for him to claim max points, but everyone is aware that Peiman is capable of locking out even heavier weights.
- Peiman Maheripourehir — 435 kilograms
- Dmitrii Skosyrskii — 430 kilograms
- Wesley Claborn — 420 kilograms
- Vladimir Bulgakov — 410 kilograms
- David Shamey — 380 kilograms
- Aurélien Le Jeune — 370 kilograms
- Reza Gheitasi — 360 kilograms
- Alexander Kuzmin — 360 kilograms
- Petr Bukhonov — 350 kilograms
- Ramil Ramazanov — 350 kilograms
- Valery Savin — 340 kilograms
The second event of the competition tasked the participants with carrying a 408-kilogram frame for a set distance. The quickest to do so was once again Peiman Maheripourehir, completing the event faster than the second placed Dmitrii Skosyrskii. Peiman’s exact time is not available, but he has won the event.
- Peiman Maheripourehir — Not available
- Dmitrii Skosyrskii — 14.50 seconds
- Vladimir Bulgakov — 15 seconds
- David Shamey — 16.72 seconds
- Ramil Ramazanov — 20.50 seconds
- Petr Bukhonov — 26.56 seconds
- Aurélien Le Jeune — 30.09 seconds
- Wesley Claborn — 51.38 seconds
- Reza Gheitasi — 19 meters
- Valery Savin — 17.7 meters
- Alexander Kuzmin — 11.2 meters
The Loading Race wrapped up day one of the 2023 Siberian Power Show, tasking the athletes with picking up and loading three progressively heavier sacks. They weighed 120, 150, and 180 kilograms, and the goal was to complete them as fast as possible.
This was the first event in this competition that wasn’t won by Peiman Maheripourehir, instead, David Shamey came out victorious. His exact time is not available, but he was faster than the second-place Peiman.
- David Shamey — Not available
- Peiman Maheripourehir — 3 in 39.48 seconds
- Reza Gheitasi — 3 in 61.84 seconds
- Dmitrii Skosyrskii — 2 in 22.11 seconds
- Petr Bukhonov — 2 in 24.10 seconds
- Wesley Claborn — 2 in 25.23 seconds
- Vladimir Bulgakov — 2 in 29.92 seconds
- Valery Savin — 2 in 34.98 seconds
- Aurélien Le Jeune — 2 in 35.79 seconds
- Ramil Ramazanov — 2 in 46.75 seconds
- Alexander Kuzmin — 2 in 49.38 seconds
The Hercules Hold opened up day two of the 2023 Siberian Power Show and brought some drastic changes in the leaderboards. Dmitrii Skosyrskii turned out to have the strongest grip, holding the two pillars for over 40 seconds. No one else managed to cross this milestone, but Vladimir Bulgakov came closest with a hold of 39.25 seconds.
- Dmitrii Skosyrskii — 40.97 seconds
- Vladimir Bulgakov — 39.25 seconds
- Reza Gheitasi — 35.53 seconds
- Valery Savin — 32.56 seconds
- Aurélien Le Jeune — 31.85 seconds
- Alexander Kuzmin — 31.16 seconds
- David Shamey — 29.38 seconds
- Peiman Maheripourehir — 25.78 seconds
- Petr Bukhonov — 24.47 seconds
- Ramil Ramazanov — 24.00 seconds
- Wesley Claborn — 20.00 seconds
Another event which rattled up the standings was the Cyr Dumbbell, as five of the athletes failed to complete even a single rep. The goal was to lift three dumbbells weighing 110, 130, and 146 kilograms.
Dmitrii Skosyrskii and David Shamey were the only two athletes who managed to lift the second dumbbell, thus tying for first place. The results of other competitors are not available, except for those who did not complete any reps.
Note: The standing of the athletes is in the correct order, but the exact results of some are not available.
- Dmitrii Skosyrskii — 130 kilograms
- David Shamey — 130 kilograms
- Ramil Ramazanov — Not available (Third place)
- Wesley Claborn — Not available (Fourth place)
- Petr Bukhonov — Not available (Fifth place)
- Valery Savin — Not available (Sixth place)
- Vladimir Bulgakov — no lift
- Reza Gheitasi — no lift
- Aurélien Le Jeune — no lift
- Alexander Kuzmin — no lift
- Peiman Maheripourehir — no lift
The 2023 Siberian Power Show featured the Atlas Stones, but not in their usual format. This time, the person who managed to lift the heaviest Atlas Stone.
Reza Gheitasi lifted up a humongous 250-kilogram stone to wrap up an incredible Strongman weekend in Russia, winning the final event of the show. Peiman fell short of first place with a stone of 236 kilograms, while Skosyrskii and Le Jeune tied for third.
- Reza Gheitasi — 250 kilograms
- Peiman Maheripourehir — 236 kilograms
- Dmitrii Skosyrskii — 220 kilograms
- Aurélien Le Jeune — 220 kilograms
- David Shamey — Not available (Fifth place)
- Vladimir Bulgakov — Not available (Sixth place)
- Ramil Ramazanov — Not available (Seventh Place)
- Wesley Claborn — Not available (Tied eighth)
- Petr Bukhonov — Not available (Tied eighth)
- Valery Savin — Not available (Tied eighth)
- Alexander Kuzmin — no lift
The 2023 Siberian Power Show also featured other sports like bodybuilding and powerlifting, but they seemed overshadowed by the Strongman’s excellence. Even though the roster was strong, there was only one man who stole the show. Dmitrii Skosyrskii outperformed some massive names like Peiman Maheripourehir, proving that he is one of the strongest in the world.