The World’s Strongest Nation event is set to showcase a fierce competition between two powerhouse teams, the United States and the United Kingdom, on November 18, 2023, at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool, England. This thrilling event will highlight the strength and determination of some of the most prominent strongman and strong woman competitors in the world today.
Team USA Roster
- Martins Licis — Team Captain
- Evan Singleton
- Kevin Faires
- Spenser Remick
- Gabi Dixson
- Inez Carrasquillo — 2022 Arnold Amateur Strongwoman World Champion
- Nadia Stowers — Two-time World’s Strongest Woman (WSW) U82KG
- Erin Murray — 2023 America’s Strongest Woman U82KG
- Trey Mitchell (injured)
Leading the charge for Team USA is Martins Licis, the 2019 World’s Strongest Man, who will serve as the team captain. The USA team boasts an impressive roster, featuring renowned athletes such as Evan Singleton, Kevin Faires, Spenser Remick, Gabi Dixson, Inez Carrasquillo (the 2022 Arnold Amateur Strongwoman World Champion), Nadia Stowers (Two-time World’s Strongest Woman (WSW) U82KG), and Erin Murray (2023 America’s Strongest Woman U82KG). Unfortunately, Trey Mitchell, initially part of the lineup, sustained an Achilles tendon injury during the 2023 Rogue Invitational, leading to his withdrawal. A replacement for Mitchell is yet to be announced.
Team UK Roster
- Eddie Hall — Team Captain
- Tom Stoltman — Two-Time WSM champion
- Luke Stoltman — 2021 Europe’s Strongest Man
- Mark Felix
- Gavin Bilton
- Donna Moore — Three-time WSW champion
- Lucy Underdown
- Rebecca Roberts — 2021 WSW champion
- Andrea Thompson — 2018 WSW champion
US vs UK WSN 2023 Preview
On the opposing side, Team UK is led by Eddie Hall, the 2017 World’s Strongest Man, who holds the role of team captain. The UK team showcases exceptional talents such as Tom Stoltman (Two-Time WSM champion), Luke Stoltman (2021 Europe’s Strongest Man), Mark Felix, Gavin Bilton, Donna Moore (Three-time WSW champion), Lucy Underdown, Rebecca Roberts (2021 WSW champion), and Andrea Thompson (2018 WSW champion).
n the much-anticipated showdown between Eddie Hall and Martins Licis at the 2022 World’s Strongest Nation (WSN) contest, Hall made a noteworthy return to competitive strongman after his retirement from the sport in 2017, following his World’s Strongest Man (WSM) victory. The 2022 WSN marked Hall’s first foray back into the competitive arena, demonstrating his enduring commitment to the strongman community. In the interim, Hall remained actively involved, frequently taking on roles as a guest host and commentator for Giants Live events, including various WSM contests.
Where to watch LIVE Giants Live
The World’s Strongest Nation 2023 live by tuning in to the official broadcast on the Giants Live platform. Viewers can gain access to the final event by purchasing a ticket for just $9.99. Giants Live, known for its top-notch coverage of strongman competitions, provides an immersive experience for fans eager to catch the intense action as nations vie for supremacy.