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|Born||7 January 1989|
|Occupation||Strength and conditioning coach|
Adam Bishop is a part-time strongman. He placed ninth in the 2019 World's Strongest Man competition. Bishop refers to himself in the media as "one of the little guys" in the sport, despite weighing over 300lbs. Bishop has also competed in rugby, where he played as a winger, and in skeleton bobsleigh.
Bishop started competing in open strongman competitions in 2012, having progressed from the under-105kg category. He entered the heats for the World's Strongest Man in 2014, establishing himself as an up-and-coming talent. Bishop steadily improved his standings in the competition, narrowly missing a place in the grand final of 2016 World's Strongest Man when he was beaten in the Atlas Stones. In 2019 World's Strongest Man, Bishop reached the grand final, coming in ninth place overall.
Bishop works as an RFC Strength and Conditioning Coach for Harlequin F.C.
- Overhead Press: 170kg
- Log: 190kg
- Deadlift: 370kg