An Australian bodybuilder, Nardia Styles, just broke the world record for the heaviest vehicle towed over 100 feet by a woman, weighing more than 11 tons.
A new record has been broken, and we’re sure it will stay that way for a few years at least! A native of Queensland, Nardia Styles was above all a passionate runner. But after several marathons, terrible injuries prevented her from continuing to run. That's when she decided to start bodybuilding.
Accompanied by a coach holding multiple world records in trials of strength, she decided to register her name in the Guinness Book Of Records by pulling a truck attached to a car for 100 feet, for a total weight of 11,355 kg. An exceptional performance, since the previous record, which dated from 2013, was 8,083 kg.
By making it a charitable event, she managed to raise over £2700 for an association. She is definitely pulling her weight!
Check out the video above to see Nardia's incredible feat for yourself!