Whats the prize money 4 winning world strongest man and winning other events?

World's Strongest Man prize money varies by year. Anecdotal sources suggests that Phil Pfister, who was the Met-Rx World's Strongest Man on 23 September 2006 in Sanya, China pocketed a $41,000 (around £31,934) grand prize. There are forums saying that the prize in 2007 was $75,000 (around £58,417).

View The World’s Strongest Man results from the competitions over the years and see how the individual Strongmen ranked, including individual points awarded for each event held that year as well as The World’s Strongest Man Hall of Fame.

Watching the World’s Strongest Man competition on TV is enough to inspire most of us to get off the couch and into the gym. These athletes spend hours daily training -- lifting weights, logs, cars, tires, sandbags, rocks and other odd objects to build massive strength.

Learn the exercises that the World's Strongest Men do at LiveStrong.com.

To get the latest updates about The World’s Strongest Man, just visit their Facebook page or follow them on Twitter @WorldsStrongest.

Want to be strong? Build serious strength with tips from former UK's strongest man and Bodypower Expo ambassador Terry Hollands at CoachMag.co.uk.

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