Sask. mother to compete for chance to be world’s strongest woman

Tracey Halladay went from being a self-described ‘lazy bum,’ to being able to deadlift up to 500 pounds. (Rachel Zelniker/CBC)

By Rachel Zelniker,, CBC News, July 5, 2017 

‘Just keeping your body glued together, it’s like having a second full time job’

You’ll rarely find Tracey Halladay lounging on the couch.

The Regina mother and teacher is currently the only Canadian qualifier set to compete in the World’s Strongest Woman Competition.

Come December, she’ll be taking on the toughest competitors in the world, lifting anvils, tires, logs and other massive objects.

“I was always athletic, and did sports, but I was never a person who was like ‘I’m going to go the gym and to get strong.’

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