2022 Shaw Classic Results: Trey Mitchell Wins Back-To-Back Titles

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Trey Mitchell defeated Brian Shaw in the finals of the 2022 Shaw Classic.

The 2022 Shaw Classic took place over the weekend in Loveland, CO. Brian Shaw continued to improve the show that he promotes and had a loaded lineup of some of the world’s strongest men. Shaw was able to make another run to the final event but fell to Trey Mitchell for the second consecutive year.

Mitchell was able to win his second consecutive Shaw Classic title. He finished one point better than Shaw while Mitchell Hooper finished third. There were some new events and this brought excitement to the event in Colorado.

Below, you can find the full breakdown of each event from the 2022 Shaw Classic.

2022 Shaw Classic

2022 Shaw Classic: Final Standings

  • Trey Mitchell – 100.5 points
  • Brian Shaw – 99.5 points
  • Mitchell Hooper – 95 points
  • Oleksii Novikov – 79 points
  • Maxime Boudreault – 69.5 points
  • Kevin Faires – 68 points
  • Aivars Smaukstelis – 67 points
  • Evan Singleton – 60.5 points
  • Konstantine Janashia – 52 points
  • Žydrūnas Savickas – 48.5 points
  • Bobby Thompson – 42 points (withdrew)
  • Gabriel Peña – 39 points
  • Gabriel Rheaume – 36.5 points
  • Jerry Pritchett – 28 points
  • Luke Stoltman – 1 point (withdrew)

2022 Shaw Classic Event Breakdown

Hummer Tire Deadlift

The opening event of the show was the Hummer Tire Deadlift. This is a former event from the Arnold Strongman Classic and Shaw brought it over to his event. This event is about setting a max number, which Oleksii Novikov did all-time. He was able to set a new world record with a 549kg (1,210lb) lift.

  • Oleksii Novikov – 549 kilograms
  • Gabriel Peña – 522 kilograms
  • Trey Mitchell – 499 kilograms
  • Mitchell Hooper – 476 kilograms
  • Bobby Thompson – 476 kilograms (T-fifth)
  • Konstantine Janashia – 476 kilograms (T-fifth)
  • Brain Shaw – 431 kilograms (T-seventh)
  • Kevin Faires – 431 kilograms (T-seventh)
  • Evan Singleton – 408 kilograms
  • Aivars Smaukstelis – 408 kilograms (T-10th)
  • Gabriel Rheaume – 408 kilograms (T-10th)
  • Žydrūnas Savickas – 408 kilograms (T-10th)
  • Jerry Pritchett – 408 kilograms (T-10th)
  • Maxime Boudreault – No Lift
  • Luke Stoltman – No Lift

Bag Over Bag

The bag toss took place never. Athletes were asked to toss eight bags varying in weight from 22kg to 29kg. They must clear a 15-foot bar when tossing each bag. If there was a tie, the competitors who finished all eight bags in the fastest time would be crowned the winner. Mitchell and Shaw were the only competitors to finish all eight bags, with Mitchell finishing four seconds better.

  • Trey Mitchell – Eight bags in 47.4 seconds
  • Brian Shaw – Eight bags in 51.12 seconds
  • Maxime Boudreault – Seven bags
  • Aivars Smaukstelis – Six bags
  • Oleksii Novikov – Six bags
  • Bobby Thompson – Six bags
  • Konstantine Janashia – Six bags
  • Evan Singleton – Five bags
  • Mitchell Hooper – Five bags
  • Gabriel Peña – Four bags
  • Žydrūnas Savickas – Three bags
  • Jerry Pritchett – Three bags
  • Kevin Faires – Two bags
  • Gabriel Rheaume – Two bags
  • Luke Stoltman – Two bags

Super Yoke

The next event on the first day of the competition was the yoke. The behemoth weighed 506kg (1,117lb) and strongmen had to carry it 60 feet in the fastest time possible. If athletes did not finish all 60 feet, they would be scored on distance. Hooper proved dominant in this event and finished by over four seconds better than the rest of the field.

  • Mitchell Hooper – 11.06 seconds
  • Konstantine Janashia – 15.67 seconds
  • Oleksii Novikov – 16.49 seconds
  • Trey Mitchell – 17.07 seconds
  • Evan Singleton – 17.59 seconds
  • Brian Shaw – 18.56 seconds
  • Bobby Thompson – 18.59 seconds
  • Aivars Smaukstelis – 22.4 seconds
  • Kevin Faires – 22.7 seconds
  • Žydrūnas Savickas – 27.1 seconds
  • Jerry Pritchett – 27.2 seconds
  • Maxime Boudreault – 43.21 seconds
  • Gabriel Rheaume – Did Not Finish
  • Gabriel Peña – Did Not Finish

Circus Dumbbell For Reps

The dumbbell weighed 110kg (242lb) and athletes had to lift it up to the shoulder and lock out above the head. Once the strongmen were given the signal, they could return the dumbbell to the ground and attempt another rep. Whoever completed the most reps in 75 seconds would win the event. Novikov came into this event as the favorite and was able to win, completing eight reps.

  • Oleksii Novikov – eight reps
  • Trey Mitchell – six reps
  • Mitchell Hooper – five reps (T-third)
  • Brian Shaw – five reps (T-third)
  • Bobby Thompson – five reps (T-third)
  • Evan Singleton – four reps (T-sixth)
  • Aivars Smaukstelis – three reps (T-seventh)
  • Gabriel Rheaume – three reps (T-seventh)
  • Kevin Faires – two reps (T-ninth)
  • Maxime Boudreault – two reps (T-ninth)
  • Konstantine Janashia – zero reps
  • Gabriel Peña – Did Not Attempt
  • Žydrūnas Savickas – Did Not Attempt
  • Jerry Pritchett – Did Not Attempt

Log Press Medley

There was a breakdown of four events each day. The log press began the second day of the Shaw Classic where lifters chose their weight and had 90 seconds to complete reps. The weights ranged from 172, 186, and 200kg. Mitchell was the only competitor to complete a rep with the 200kg log and he did it for a double.

  • Trey Mitchell – 200 kilograms for two reps
  • Brian Shaw – 186 kilograms for two reps
  • Oleksii Novikov – 186 kilograms for one rep (T-third)
  • Maxime Boudreault – 186 kilograms for one rep (T-third)
  • Mitchell Hooper – 186 kilograms for one rep (T-third)
  • Kevin Faires – 172 kilograms for two reps (T-sixth)
  • Aivars Šmaukstelis – 172 kilograms for two reps (T-sixth)
  • Žydrūnas Savickas – 172 kilograms for two reps (T-sixth)
  • Bobby Thompson – No Lift
  • Evan Singleton – No Lift
  • Gabriel Rheaume – No Lift
  • Konstantine Janashia – No Lift
  • Jerry Pritchett – No Lift
  • Gabriel Peña – No Lift

Medley

The medley consisted of two parts — a 363kg (800lb) frame walked 60 feet and an arm-over-arm pull of 318kg (700lb). This was a timed event with competitors who did not finish being scored on distance or height of pull. Maxime Boudreault edge out Evan Singleton to win the event, with Kevin Faires rounding out the top three of competitors who finished under 30 seconds.

  • Maxime Boudreault – 24.29 seconds
  • Evan Singleton – 26.32 seconds
  • Kevin Faires – 27.65 seconds
  • Brian Shaw – 30.62 seconds
  • Gabriel Rheaume – 37 seconds
  • Mitchell Hooper – 39.68 seconds
  • Konstantine Janashia – 44.3 seconds
  • Jerry Pritchett – Did Not Finish
  • Žydrūnas Savickas – Did Not Finish
  • Aivars Smaukstelis – Did Not Finish
  • Gabriel Peña – Did Not Finish
  • Trey Mitchell – Did Not Finish
  • Oleksii Novikov – Did Not Finish

Car Leg Press

Car Leg Press

The car leg press was a big point of discussion leading up to the event. The car weighed 839kg (1,850lb) and competitors had 90 seconds to complete as many reps as possible. Hooper impressed with seven reps but was bested by Shaw, who completed eight reps to win the event.

  • Brian Shaw – eight reps
  • Mitchell Hooper – seven reps
  • Trey Mitchell – five reps
  • Žydrūnas Savickas – five reps (T-fourth)
  • Kevin Faires – four reps (T-fourth)
  • Aivars Šmaukstelis – three reps (T-sixth)
  • Evan Singleton – three reps (T-sixth)
  • Maxime Boudreault – two reps
  • Oleksii Novikov – one rep
  • Gabriel Rheaume – zero reps (T-10th)
  • Konstantine Janashia – zero reps (T-10th)
  • Jerry Pritchett – zero reps (T-10th)
  • Gabriel Peña – Did Not Attempt

Atlas Stones

The final event of the competition was a classic in strongman — Atlas Stones. The five stones varied in weight from 159kg to 204kg. This event was head-to-head where competitors would line up against another and have 60 seconds to lift all stones onto a platform.

This was the final event that determined the overall winner. Shaw and Mitchell lined up as the final pair.

  • Trey Mitchell – five in 25.0 seconds
  • Brian Shaw – five in 29.2 seconds
  • Mitchell Hooper – five in 35.1 seconds
  • Gabriel Peña – five 42.99 seconds
  • Maxime Boudreault – four in 17.3 seconds
  • Kevin Faires – four in 25.3 seconds
  • Konstantine Janashia – four in 27.1 seconds
  • Aivars Smaukstelis – four in 34.7 seconds
  • Gabriel Rheaume – four in 41.8 seconds
  • Jerry Pritchett – three stones
  • Žydrūnas Savickas – three stones
  • Oleksii Novikov – three stones
  • Evan Singleton – one stone
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