Virtanen Wins IFSA Finland's Strongest Man

World's Strongest Man Janne Virtanen held onto the lead he brought into the finals, and won the IFSA Finland's Strongest Man competition today.

Virtanen finished the contest with a total of 218.5 points. Second place went to Juha Rasanen, with 216.5 points, and third place went to Pasi Paavisto, with 209.5 points. Simonen was fourth (206 points), Uppa was fifth (201 points), Laaksonen was sixth (197.5 points), Turunen was seventh (189.5 points) and Aitala was eighth (176.5 points).

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