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Eddie hall 500kg

Retrieved on 11 January 2013. In 2018, Hall appeared on the show Celebs In Solitary, where he attempted to spend five days in solitary confinement. Hall competed in his place and came in eighth place. In March 2015, Hall achieved the world record for lifting the weight of 462 kg 1,019 lb; 72. He is the winner of competition and announced his intention to retire from the World's Strongest Man and return to lower-weight competitions after expressing health-related concerns.

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Eddie hall 500kg

In March 2016, he achieved a new world record long bar deadlift in the Arnold Classic Strongman, by lifting 465 kg 1,025 lb. This was held at , home of the rugby league team and Hall found himself competing alongside six of the ten finalists from World's Strongest Man 2011, including four-time World's Strongest Man,. What weight do they go for next - Eddie Hall called for 500kg and the others agreed. In April, Hall also featured on 's programme, who enlisted his help to test even the strongest of drivers in specific circumstances. In 2008, he began working as a mechanic in the garage at the Robert Wiseman Dairies site in ,. .

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Eddie hall 500kg

Eddie Hall Personal information Birth name Edward Hall Nickname s The Beast Born 1988-01-15 15 January 1988 age 31 , , England Residence , England Occupation Strongman, actor Height 190 cm 6 ft 3 in Weight 186 kg 410 lb Spouse s Alexandra Hall Sport Sport Achievements and titles Personal best s Representing Qualified Qualified 6th 4th 3rd 1st 6th 2015 9th 2016 2nd 2017 4th 2012 Australia 2nd 2013 Hungary 3rd 2014 Hungary 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st Edward Hall born 15 January 1988 is an English former professional , notable for winning the 2017 competition and for being the world record holder, lifting 500 kg 1,102 lb; 79 st under strongman rules, which he achieved in 2016. For the racing driver, see. He has also won on multiple occasions both the and titles. Hall tore tendons in an arm during the competition, but was hopeful of a spot at the World's Strongest Man in September. As a teenager, he was a successful competitive and player. Retrieved on 11 January 2013. Retrieved on 11 January 2013.

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Eddie hall 500kg

At that point in time there were only three men over 1000lbs and jerry Pritchett became the fourth over the 1000lbs mark. The film, directed by and produced by Tom Swanston, follows Hall for two years of his life as he strives to become the strongest man in the world. Retrieved on 11 January 2013. In April 2013, Hall failed to qualify for Europe's Strongest Man 2013. In 2015 he also finished 4th at the World's Strongest Man, an improvement of two places on the previous year.

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Eddie hall 500kg

Enjoy the Giants Live roaming camera - an unedited single shot of the greatest lift in history. Later, in April 2012, he was invited to compete at , another Giants Live event. In an interview, Hall stated that a genetic analysis had shown that a genetic mutation that causes contributed to his large muscle mass. Hall finished first at the 2011 competition in , with Ken Nowicki in 2nd and Rich Smith in 3rd. Hall in the end was the only one of the three to finish the lift off and make history as the first halftone weightlifter. The record was achieved at the in Australia, and was present to cheer him on. In December 2015 a feature documentary about Hall, titled , was released.

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Eddie hall 500kg

The 2016 World Deadlift Championships were certainly memorable as Hall did the famous 500kg and collapsed. Years ago, a much much lighter Hall bench pressed equipped an impressive 300kg. In 2014, Hall reached the final for the first time, coming second in the Squat Lift event and ultimately finishing 6th. Eddie had promised the lift would go up, but many thought it no more than hyope by Hall and Giants Live who staged the contest and got in a record 11,000 strong crowd at the First Direct Arena. Move forward 12 months and the Beast and Jerry Pritchet as well as Benni Magnusson all did 465kg at the Giants Live contest.

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Eddie hall 500kg

Hall attended Clayton High School, but was expelled at the age of 15. However, he was given a second chance when was forced to retire due to injury. The 500 kg lift made Hall pass out. In July 2016, Hall set a new world record in the with a lift of 500 kg 1,102 lb besting the world record he had previously set at 465 kg 1,025 lb earlier that same day. He trained and competed as a bodybuilder and entered the strongman circuit, having done a strongman competition at the Iceman gym in , Staffordshire. In 2010, Dave Meer of had to drop out of the England championships organised by Elite Strongman because of injury.

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Eddie hall 500kg

He placed fourth in his first taste of international competition. Retrieved on 11 January 2013. In 2012, Hall competed at the finals, but did not progress beyond his qualifying group. Hall finished in eighth place. He arranged for Hall to take his place and led to Hall making it into the 2010 finals, which he won on his first attempt by half a point.

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Eddie hall 500kg

Retrieved on 11 January 2013. He promptly broke his own record at the World Deadlift Championships 2015, with a 463 kg 1,021 lb; 72. Retrieved on 11 January 2013. . . . .

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