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IFBB Professional Bodybuilding:

2010

 Ms. International, 4th

 

2009

 Ms. Olympia, 4th

 IFBB Atlantic City Pro, 1st

2008

 Ms Olympia, 4th

 IFBB Atlantic City Pro, 1st

 Ms. International 3rd place

2007

 Ms. Olympia, 4th

 IFBB Atlantic City Pro, 1st

 Ms. International, 4th

2006

 Ms. Olympia, 5th

 IFBB Atlantic City Pro, 1st

 Ms. International, 8th

2005

  Ms. International, 4th

2004

 Ms. Olympia, 6th

 IFBB GNC Show of Strength, 3rd

 IFBB Night of Champions, 4th

2003

 Ms. International, 8th

 IFBB Night of Champions, 5th

2002

 Ms. International, 6th (Pro debut)

 

Ms O 2008-Per Bernal

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NPC Amateur Bodybuilding History:

2001

IFBB North American BB Championships

Canada

1st Place & Overall - new IFBB PRO

IFBB World Amateur Championship

Rio de Janiero, Brazil

canceled due to 9/11*

NPC Team Universe

 New York, NY

1st place heavyweight & overall

2000

NPC National Championship

New York, NY

5th place middleweight

IFBB World Amateur Championship

Warsaw, Poland

6th place heavyweight

NPC Team Universe

New York, NY

* 1st place heavyweight & overall

1999

NPC Team Universe

New York, NY

* 1st place heavyweight & overall

IFBB World Amateur Championship

Sydney, Australia

2nd place, heavyweight

1998

NPC Team Universe

New York, NY

4th place heavyweight

1996

NPC Jr Nationals

Orlando, FL

4th place middleweight

1995

Levrone Classic

Glen Burnie, MD

* 1st place Middleweight & overall


My first bodybuilding show was the “Levrone Classic” in Glen Burnie Maryland, 1995. I started off with a bang winning the middleweight class and taking the overall title. Yaz Boyum, now an IFBB Pro, was the lightweight winner that year.

I jumped right up to the national level competing in the NPC Jr. Nationals in 1996. I took fourth place with Amy Pazzo and Gayle Moher, both current IFBB Pros, placing ahead of me.

Being a life-time drug-free athlete, I decided to compete by way of a “drug tested” competition. I began a successful run at the largest national level drug tested bodybuilding show, the NPC Team Universe Championships. I took fourth in 1998 only to come back and win first place and overall winner for the next three years in a row-1999, 2000, and 2001.

These wins sent me to compete in the IFBB World Amateur Championships representing the United States women’s heavyweight division. I brought home a silver medal from Australia in 1999. In 2000, I “eeked” into the finals by taking 6th place in Warsaw, Poland.

 I had way too much on my plate that year. I was working full time and decided to take on a part-time job teaching college level “Paramedic Pharmacology”. WAY too much work while trying to prepare for the “Worlds”.

Unfortunately the 2001 IFBB World Amateur Championships were called off for the Americans due to an international travel advisory in response to the events of 9/11. I was looking forward to competing in Rio de Janiero, Brazil for my third try at the “Worlds”

In September 2001, I won the heavyweight and overall titles at the IFBB North American Championships in Canada. Thus I obtained that coveted Pro card. A real dream come true!