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Torque of the farm

Published Wednesday, 26th February 2020 in About SRUC news

Torque of the farm
Kim Best at SRUC’s research farm at the foot of the Pentlands in Midlothian. Picture: Phil Wilkinson

Record-breaking Scottish strongwoman Kim Best has borrowed one of her employer’s six-tonne tractors while training for her next event. 

The 26-year-old, a lab scientist for Scotland’s Rural College at its Veterinary and Analytical Laboratory at Moredun’s Pentlands Science Park in Midlothian, paid a visit to SRUC’s nearby research farm to keep up her strength.

Kim, originally from Tain in the Highlands, recently broke the world record in the Yoke Walk, completing a 10-metre course with 350kg on her back in just 24.42 seconds. 

She now has her sights set on Scotland’s Strongest Woman 2020, which takes place in Motherwell on 3 May.
 



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