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Bill Lyndon (6'3 inches tall, 310-330lbs) was born on January 30, 1964 in Melbourne, Australia. He was one of seven children having five sisters and a brother. He was educated at high school in Melbourne and went on to business college, afterwards becoming a structural engineer. A keen sportsman, he played a variety of sports including Australian Rules Football, American Football, Rugby League, cycling and from the age of 23, powerlifting. His rugby league led him to spend two seasons in Perth and as a powerlifter he won four national powerlifting titles.
Derek has competed 7 times in the World's Strongest Man contest, reaching the finals in 1997. Derek is the reigning 12 time Australia's Strongest Man, winning from 2000–2011.
Derek goes by the nickname "The Island Warrior". Derek has won numerous powerlifting titles in Australia.
Derek currently holds the Guinness World Record for heaviest truck pulled, after he pulled a Kenworth K104 truck weighing 51,840 kg (114,287 lb - 51.84 metric tons) over a level 100 ft (30.48 m) course in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, on 6 March 2005. Derek captured his 11th straight Australia's Strongest Man title on June 5, 2010.
Nathan Jones rose upon the world strongman scene in 1995 and showed promise to become perhaps the top competitor in the world. At 6' 11" and 360 lbs., the giant Australian known as Megaman was an imposing sight and used his great size and strength to place high in the World Musclepower Championships.
Grant Edwards competed on the international circuit prior to his 1999 triumph in Australia's Strongest Man. He was well known for displays of strength and in the greatest feats of strength section of the 2001 edition of Guiness Book of Records, Grant Edwards was picked out for special mention for his feat of single-handedly pulling a 198-ton train a distance of 120 ft. 9 in. along a railroad track atThirlmere, NSW, Australia, on April 4, 1996. The 1999 win in Australia's Strongest Man led to an invitation to the prestigious World's Strongest Man in 1999. Drawn in the same group as Magnus Samuelsson, Edwards was directly matched up against the Swede in the log lift, losing 10 lifts to 2. Magnus won the group and Edwards failed to progress to the final.
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