2001 World's Strongest Man
|Host city||Victoria Falls, Zambia|
The 2001 World's Strongest Man was the 24th edition of World's Strongest Man and was won by Svend Karlsen from Norway. It was his first title after finishing second the previous year. 1998 winner Magnus Samuelsson from Sweden finished second after finishing third the previous year, and 2000 winner Janne Virtanen from Finland finished third. The contest was held at Victoria Falls, Zambia.
|3||Rob Dixon||United Kingdom||24|
|4||Karl Gillingham||United States||21.5|
Magnus Ver Magnusson of Iceland was originally intended to be within this Heat but had to withdraw making room for the reserve Israel Garrido.
|3||Mark Philippi||United States||22.5|
|5||Marc Iliffe||United Kingdom||14.5|
|6||Regin Vagadal||Faroe Islands||13.5|
|5||Johnny Perry||United States||16.5|
|6||Glenn Ross||United Kingdom||13|
|2||Andrew Raynes||United Kingdom||21|
|5||Brian Schoonveld||United States||17|
|6||Levi Vaoga||New Zealand||17|
Bill Lyndon of Australia was originally intended to be within this Heat but had to withdraw making room for the Levi Vaoga who was not down as an official reserve.
|1||Phil Pfister||United States||31|
|4||Adrian Rollinson||United Kingdom||18.5|
|5||Johan van Heerden||South Africa||16.5|
|4||Phil Pfister||United States||46|
|10||Andrew Raynes||United Kingdom||18.5|
- "theworldsstrongestman.com". Archived from the original on 4 January 2010. Retrieved 2010-01-16.
- "theworldsstrongestman.com Archive of 2001 Qualifying round". Archived from the original on 2007-09-16. Retrieved 2010-01-23.
- Archive of worldsstrongestman.com - 2001 summary