The 105 Kg Strongman World Championships is also created by Ilkka Kinnunen and Marcel Mostert, the founders of the Strongman Champions League. In 2004 it has started with national and international competitions all over the world. For some athletes it was a great experience and the next step to enter the professional heavyweight strongman scene worldwide.
SCL wants to do the World Championships 105 Kg every 2 years.
In 2005 and 2007 there was held a World Championship in China where 17 athletes from sixteen different countries participated in the event. From Austria, Bulgaria, China, Estonia, England, Finland, Germany, Holland, Hungary, Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, South/Africa, Sweden, Ukraine, Iran and the USA. These competitions have been done over 10 events during 1 week.
In December 2007 the welcome party was lead by Mr. MA Xiang Cheng (Vice Director of Tourism), Mr. Lou Wei Feng (Director of Peoples government Panyu of Guangzhou) and Ilkka Kinnune (Director Strongman Champions League).
In 2009 and 2011 it was held in Kiev-Ukraine, with co organizers Vladimir and Olena Kiba from the Ukrainian Federation UFSA.

SCL 105 KG WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

RESULTS CHINA 2007

1
Janne Hartikainen
Finland
143.5
2
Alvidas Brazdzius
Lithuania
133.5
3
Maris Rosenthals
Latvia
129
4
Sergi Konyushok
Ukraine
124.5
5
Zdravko Zanev
Bulgaria
123
6
Gert Gorsanov
Estonia
108
7
Jason Scheepers
South-Africa
99,5
8
Danny Andersson
Sweden
98,5
9
Piotr Piechowiak
Poland
93
10
Kevin Nowack
USA
93
11
Fouad Hsaini
Holland
85,5
12
Janos Kezler
Hungary
74,5
13
Gerhard Trawöger
Austria
66,5
14
Patrick Baboumian
Germany
64
15
Robert Scott
England
40,5
16
Min Hyogun
Korea
26,5
17
Papp Gyula
Hungary
26,5

RESULTS UKRAINE 2009

RESULTS UKRAINE 2010 / 2011

1
Vitaliy Gerasimov
Ukraine
55
2
Aleksander Mantserov
Russia
54
3
Topi Fryfeld
Finland
35,5
4
Oleksander Krivchenkov
Ukraine
34,5
5
Alexey Vishnitsky
Ukraine
31,5
6
Rori Scheepers
South-Africa
31
7
Tomas Haijnal
Hungary
25,5
8
Harri Peltomaa
Finland
25
9
Maris Blumfeld
Latvia
9
10
Ladislav Zsemlye
Slovakia
7