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RONNIE COLEMAN | TRANSFORMATION STORY

29. 02. 2020 | Sports / athletes

Ronnie Coleman is a 8x Mr. Olympia winner. He’s regarded as one of the greatest ever bodybuilders, earning the nickname ‘GOAT’ (Greatest Of All Time). \r\n\r\nBorn and raised in the Pelican State, Louisiana (USA), Ronnie was raised by a single mother – alongside a younger brother and two sisters.\r\n\r\nAs a very sporty child, he reached a high-level playing football during high school; his naturally bulky frame helped him power through others his age, and he became known for his imposing figure. Due to his growing reputation in football, Ronnie became determined to stay stronger than his peers. He worked tirelessly to gain strength and size. Ultimately, this is what motivated him to begin lifting weights and set out on his fitness journey.

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my_money | 29.02.2020 16:05 | Like 2 | Unlike 0

Competition History
1990 Mr. Texas – 1st & Overall
1990 NPC Texas Championships – 1st
1991 World Amateur Championships – 1st (Pro Card)
1992 Chicago Pro Championships – 11th
1992 Night of Champions – 14th
1992 Mr. Olympia – Didn’t Place
1993 Chicago Pro Invitational – 6th
1993 Grand Prix France – 4th
1993 Grand Prix Germany – 6th
1993 Niagara Falls Pro Invitational – 6th
1994 Grand Prix France – 3rd
1994 Grand Prix Germany – 3rd
1994 Mr. Olympia – 15th
1994 San Jose Pro Invitational – 4th
1995 Canada Pro Cup – 1st
1996 Canada Pro Cup – 1st
1997 Grand Prix – 1st
1998 Toronto Invitational – 1st
1998 Mr. Olympia – 1st
1998 Grand Prix Finland – 1st
1999 Mr. Olympia – 1st
1999 World Pro Championships – 1st
1999 Grand Prix England – 1st
2000 Mr. Brody Langley – 1st
2000 Grand Prix England – 1st
2000 World Pro Championships – 1st
2000 Mr. Olympia- 1st
2001 Arnold Schwarzenegger Classic – 1st
2001 Mr. Olympia – 1st
2001 New Zealand Grand Prix – 1st
2002 Mr. Olympia – 1st
2002 Grand Prix Holland – 1st
2003 Mr. Olympia – 1st
2003 Grand Prix Russia – 1st
2004 Mr. Olympia – 1st
2004 Grand Prix England – 1st
2004 Grand Prix Holland – 1st
2004 Grand Prix Russia – 1st
2005 Mr. Olympia – 1st
2006 Grand Prix Austria – IFBB, 2nd
2006 Grand Prix Holland – IFBB, 2nd
2006 Grand Prix Romania – IFBB, 2nd
2006 Mr. Olympia – IFBB, 2nd
2007 Mr. Olympia – IFBB, 4th

Neo
Neo | 29.02.2020 16:07 | Like 1 | Unlike 0

He never gave up and still has positive attitude. Mad respect 👍

DIEGO
DIEGO | 29.02.2020 16:21 | Like 0 | Unlike 0

Sad to see a legend deteriorate so quickly