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Meagan Duhamel figure skater
Canadian Meagan Duhamel has skated singly and in pairs, although she is best known for skating in pairs. She has seven national titles, three Winter Olympic medals and seven national titles.
Spencer Pumpelly motor sports competitor
Spencer is established as one of the most successful drivers in North American race car driving. He has been competing at the top level for over twenty years. Spencer scored wins in the American Le Mans series and the Grand-Am Rolex Series. He has two GT class wins at the prestigious Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona.
Andy Lally motor sports competitor
Andy Lally is a world class racing driver who has achieved historic all-time milestones.
Alexander Dargatz bodybuilder
Alex shot to fame in December 2005 when he won the World Champion Fitness title with WFF (World Fitness Federation). Five years before this he had become vegan in response to the cruelty of the animal food industries.
Joel Kirkilis bodybuilder powerlifter strong vegan
Australian Joel Kirkilis is a vegan bodybuilder who became the Victoria (Aus) bodybuilding champion in 2009. In 2010 he entered the INBA Melbourne Open and the Victoria Class 2 competition, and finished second in each.
Rob Bigwood strong vegan
Rob took up arm-wrestling in 2000. It was after a tournament in 2002 that he first starting feeling uncomfortable about eating meat and moving towards a vegan diet. Like many people, Rob had been led to believe that meat was an important part of building strength.
Pat Reeves powerlifter strong vegan
Pat was diagnosed with a serious genetic cancer in 1977 when she was 32. The devastating news which led to her adopting a wholefood vegan diet. As a result her health has made an excellent recovery and the 'terminal' cancer has gone into remission. Meanwhile Pat but continues to live a full and incredible life.
Joni Purmonen powerlifter strong vegan strongman/strongwoman
Joni turned vegan in 1991, and started training for and competing in strongman events around 2000 in the 105kg weight category. Since then he has developed an impressive level of strength, with personal bests of 150kg for bench press, 230kg for squat and a deadlift of 262.5kg. His bodyweight is 107kg.
Ed Templeton skater
Ed Templeton started skating in the 1980s as a boy in California. In 1988 (aged 16) he started to get sponsored and in 1990 he turned professional. In the same year he was featured on the front covers of Skateboard magazines TransWorld Skateboarding and Thrasher.
Greg Chappell cricketer
Greg Chappell captained Australia for two periods, 1975-1977 and then again from 1979 until his retirement in 1984. He was the leading batsman of his time, playing in 87 Test matches and recording a batting average of 53.86, recording 24 centuries. In the limited overs game he played 74 times, recording three centuries and an average of 40.18. His top score in Tests was an enormous 247 not out.