|Full Name Nick Best|
Height 1.88 m
|Name Nick Best|
Weight 315 lb (143 kg)
Spouse Callie Marunde-Best
|Born June 6, 1969 (age 46) (1969-06-06) Las Vegas, Nevada|
Occupation Strongman, Powerlifting
Children Dylan Best, Jessica Best
Website Nick Best, Pro Strongman
Residence Las Vegas-Paradise, NV Metropolitan Statistical Area, Nevada, United States
Similar People Mark Felix, Jesse Marunde, Brian Shaw, Derek Poundstone, Mike Burke
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Nick Best (born June 6, 1969) is an American professional strongman competitor and world champion powerlifter.
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Prior to competing in strongman, Best won the USAPL National Powerlifting Championships in the 125 kg class in 1996 and 1997, as well as the WDFPF World Powerlifting Championships in 1996.
Best holds the International Federation of Strength Athletes world record for the 125 kg, 75 m Farmer's Walk, with a time of 47.3 seconds.
Nick won the All-American Strongman Challenge in 2010, his career best win. This victory qualified him for the 2010 Arnold Strongman Classic, he finished 9th overall in that contest.
Nick competed in the 2010 World's Strongest Man, his first time in the competition and qualified for the finals and finished in 6th place overall.
Nick finished second at the Strongman Super Series Swedish Grand Prix on Dec. 17, 2010 behind Brian Shaw.
Nick placed second at the 2011 All-American Strongman Challenge on Jan. 30th which earned him an invite to the 2011 Arnold Strongman Classic, where he took 7th place.
Nick competed in the 2011 World's Strongest Man contest but failed to qualify for the finals. Nick also competed in the 2012 All-American Strongman Challenge and finished in 3rd place overall.
Nick placed second at the Giants Live event in Melbourne, Australia on March 17, 2012 behind Mike Jenkins.
Nick set a joint world record in the hip lift event with Mike Jenkins with a lift of 1,150 kg. (2,535.3 pounds). This placing qualified Nick for the 2012 World's Strongest Man contest, he finished third in his heat and failed to qualify for the finals.
Nick competed in the inaugural SCL North American Championships in Warwick, Ontario Canada, on July 5–8, 2012 placing third overall.
Nick finished second in the 2013 Giants Live Australia Grand Prix in Melbourne, Australia behind winner Derek Poundstone. This placing qualified Nick for the 2013 World's Strongest Man contest.