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Luke Stoltman crowned Europe’s Strongest Man for second time

By Rachel Smart

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Luke Stoltman has been crowned Europe's Strongest Man.
Luke Stoltman has been crowned Europe's Strongest Man.

Highland strongman, Luke Stoltman has been crowned Europe’s Strongest Man.

This is the second time Luke has picked up the trophy, after he completed in the Giant’s Live competition in Leeds last night.

The Invergordon man recently become a father when he and his wife, Kushi Stoltman, became proud parents after welcoming their son Koa into the world in February.

Known as The Highland Oak, Luke last won the competition in 2021.

Luke took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to say: “Daddy power!!!! 2x Europe’s Strongest Man. What a night!”

Luke’s brother, Tom Stoltman was crowned Britain’s Strongest Man earlier this year.

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