If you’re a fan of Strongman competitions, then you won’t want to miss the 2023 Arnold Strongman Classic. This annual event is taking place from March 3-4, in Columbus, Ohio, the contest features ten of the strongest men in the world battling against each other in a series of grueling challenges. And this year, there’s an added bonus, as the first official Arnold Strongwoman Classic will be running concurrently.
But fear not if you can’t be there in person to witness the spectacle, as Rogue will be live-streaming the entire event on their YouTube channel. In addition, the event will be broadcasted on Rogue’s website. Here’s everything you need to know to make sure you don’t miss a minute of the action.
To begin with, mark the date on your calendar. Rogue’s coverage of the 2023 Arnold Strongman Classic begins on Friday, March 3rd, at 10:40 AM Eastern Time. Apart from the competition itself, Rogue will also broadcast a studio show, where they will analyze the competition. Additionally, guests from the worlds of strength sports will be interviewed.
2023 Arnold Strongman Classic Live Stream
The men’s and women’s Strongman competitions will be the main event, featuring five of the same events for both divisions.
Day 1 Reply
UPDATE: You can find the Strongwoman Day 1 Results and Strongman Day 1 Results here.
Day 2 (LIVE)
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2023 Arnold Strongman Classic Schedule
Here is the exact schedule of every event, so you don’t miss out on anything:
Friday, March 3
- 11 a.m. — Women’s Wheel of Pain Competition
- 12:10 p.m. — Men’s Wheel of Pain Competition
- 1:30 p.m. — Women’s Log Lift Competition
- 3:30 p.m. — Men’s Log Lift Competition
Saturday, March 4
- 10 a.m. — Women’s Elephant Bar Deadlift Competition
- 11:30 a.m. — Men’s Elephant Bar Deadlift Competition
- 1:30 p.m. — Women’s Unspunnen Stone Throw
- 3:30 p.m. — Men’s Unspunnen Stone Throw
- 6 p.m. — Women’s Frame Carry Competition
- 6:30 pm — Men’s Frame Carry Competition
Note: All of the times are in Eastern Standard Time (EST)
The Rogue Record Breakers challenges will also be streamed, featuring athletes attempting to break world records in a number of events.
The lineups of the 2023 Arnold Strongman & Strongwoman Classics is also incredibly stacked. However, both the men’s and women’s lineups experienced the loss of one athlete, but their spots were swiftly filled. Maxime Boudreault withdrew due to a broken shin bone, while Nadia Stowers was forced to do the same due to injury.
The 2023 Arnold Strongman Classic is putting up a massive prize purse for the competition, which will definitely push the athletes to perform even better. The prize pool for the men’s division will be $182,000. On the other hand, the women’s prize pool will be $75,000.
2023 Arnold Strongman Classic Lineup
- Luke Stoltman
- Tom Stoltman
- Trey Mitchell
- Mateusz Kieliszkowski
- Pavlo Nakonechnyy
- Mitchell Hooper
- Bobby Thompson
- Rob Kearney
- Kevin Faires
- Tom Evans
2023 Arnold Strongwoman Classic Lineup
- Tamara Walcott
- Olga Liashchuk
- Andrea Thompson
- Hannah Linzay
- Melissa Peacock
- Inez Carrasquillo
- Victoria Long
- Donna Moore
- Samantha Belliveau
- Rebecca Roberts
While the live streams will be available for everyone, Fitness Volt will also share the exact results and details of every event. We will also cover any news related to Strongman, Bodybuilding, and much more. So, make sure to tune in and keep up to date with everything related to the 2023 Arnold Strongman Classic.
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