Troy Conley-Magnusson breaks two world records

Striving: Troy Conley-Magnusson pulling the cars. Picture: Tenille Salmon Soul Images
Striving: Troy Conley-Magnusson pulling the cars. Picture: Tenille Salmon Soul Images

Troy Conley-Magnusson has done it again!

The strongman broke two world records last month at the Entertainment Park in Bankstown: most cars pulled by an individual (16 vehicles) and most cars pulled by an individual (teeth only) with five or more vehicles.

All smiles: Troy Conley-Magnusson with 10-year-old Zac, a patient of all three partners. Picture: Tenille Salmon Soul Images

All smiles: Troy Conley-Magnusson with 10-year-old Zac, a patient of all three partners. Picture: Tenille Salmon Soul Images

Since his failed attempt to break a world record in November last year, Mr Conley-Magnusson has raised more than $50,000 for Hyundai Help for Kids which goes directly to Little Wings, Ronald McDonald House and Sydney Children's Hospital who all work together to help care for critically ill and injured children.

Strength: Troy Conley-Magnusson pulling cars with his teeth. Picture: Tenille Salmon Soul Images

Strength: Troy Conley-Magnusson pulling cars with his teeth. Picture: Tenille Salmon Soul Images

Some of his "crazy" challenges have included pulling a bulldozer, a garbage truck, two buses tied together and even a 220-tonne ship.

Record haul: Troy Conley-Magnusson. Picture: Tenille Salmon Soul Images

Record haul: Troy Conley-Magnusson. Picture: Tenille Salmon Soul Images

"I know, I'm a little crazy but it's for an outstanding cause and a lot of these feats are in fact things that hadn't ever been done in Australia before so it's been a lot of fun and a lot of trial and error," he said. "When I was a child my left kidney ruptured and I underwent long hospital stays between ages four and seven. With the support of community organisations, I was able to pull through. Now, I want to give back that best way I know how."

He has sights next on pulling a plane or train.