THE year is heading to a close…which means the World's Strongest Man tournament is hitting our screens.
Competitors have battled for the strongman title in Sacramento, California and Channel 5 will be airing the show this year.
British star Tom Stoltman finished second last year, and was hoping to go one better in the huge event which was filmed this summer.
Scotland's Stoltman boasts STAGGERING records of 420kg deadlifts and 345kg squats
Stoltman's brother Luke also competed in California.
James Richardson and 2017 strongman champion Eddie Hall will be fronting Channel 5's coverage of the event.
When is the World's Strongest Man 2021?
The World's Strongest Man 2021 will be broadcast in the UK between December 27 to New Year's Day.
The grand finale will be shown live on New Year's Day at 7pm.
What TV channel and live stream is World's Strongest Man on?
Channel 5 will be showing the big event in the UK each night up until the final on New Year's Day.
Monday Dec 27, 7pm: Heat One includes six events, including Fingal's Fingers and the Stone-Off.
Tuesday Dec 28, 7pm: Heat Two brings six events such as a loading race, a frame carry, and a duelling deadlift.
Weds Dec 29, 7pm: Events for this heat include a squat lift, a train push, and the elimination Stone-Off.
Thurs Dec 30, 8pm: The events for this heat include a loading race, a frame carry, and a duelling deadlift.
Fri Dec 31, 8pm: The events include Fingal’s Fingers, an overhead medley, a pickaxe hold and the Stone-Off.
Sat Jan 1, 7pm: The grand finale from California is shown in an extended 90 minute episode.
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