World Strongmen activity in Africa

Good strong news from Africa. Strongmen sport go ahead. South Africa, Congo, Sierra Lione, Marocco, Benin, Togo very active in sport development together with WSF.

SIERRA LEONE by Sonny Johson

Joseph Lagbor (De Lion) won it the 1st and 2nd inter community strongest man competition

Results of Joseph Lagbor (De Lion)
1st place – Joseph Lagbor (De Lion)
2nd place – Ansu Kamara
3rd place – Osman Kamara
4st pace – Hindolo PH Musa
5th place – Ibrahim Kamara

SOUTH AFRICA by Johan Kruger

WSF South Africa held first strongmen competition under WSF flag in Hermanius on 2 of October at Hemel-an-Aarde Village. Seven athletes participated in competition.

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Organizer – Johan Kruger
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The local newspaper, The Village News, covering the first WORLD Strongman Federation competition in South Africa. Bigger and better from here on!!
1st place – Shalk Honoway

Plans for future:

Congo by Ndumbi Patrice

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Congo national strongmen championship planned on 12/10/2021.

Togo by Emil Kamassa

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Elmamoun Mohamed (MOROCCO) as Vice-President of WSF in Africa informed about the “WSF AFRICA’s strongest man 2022” will take place  in Togo by Emil Kamassa on April, 2022.

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