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Bodybuilding duo on podium - The Examiner
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Skye Carey, of Prospect, and Ktima Child, of Newstead, won places in the International Natural Bodybuilding Association championships in Melbourne. Picture: MARK JESSER

RIPPLING arms and rock-hard abs helped two Launceston women win places at   international bodybuilding championships in Melbourne last weekend.

Police officer Skye Carey, 25, and intensive care nurse Ktima Child, 29, won third and second places respectively in their divisions at the International Natural Bodybuilding Association championships.

The competition is the world's biggest all-female bodybuilding contest, and attracted more than 300 entries.

The Physique Novice category at the event was Mrs Child's first contest, after beginning her strict workout and diet regime in October.

``I've wanted to do it ever since I was since 16,'' she said.

``(In October) My daughter was 19 months old and I wanted to inspire other mums and show them that anything was possible.''

Mrs Childs used weights and a high-protein diet to get into shape for the competition.

``I was very unhealthy before and I had a high-fat diet,'' she said.

``With the changes I've made, I've never felt better.'' 

Miss Carey won two second places and a third at the Tasmanian titles in September, and placed third in the Intermediate Physique category in Melbourne.

``It's such a discipline,'' she said of bodybuilding.

``If you're not 100 per cent committed to training and your diet . . . It's no wonder there's such a small percentage of people who do it.''

Miss Carey was inspired by her now-coach and bodybuilding champion Bridget Freeman, to whom she credits her success, and works out six days a week.

Miss Carey said she was used to receiving criticism about the way she looks.

``People who don't understand it are very critical, and say it's not feminine,'' she said.

``We do get glammed up (for the competition), with the tanning, waxing, high heels and bikinis . . . to say it's not feminine is ridiculous.''

Mrs Childs said she got an adrenalin rush out of competing.

``It's knowing that you've achieved it, and it's nice to be acknowledged for five minutes on stage,'' she said.

Source: http://www.examiner.com.au/story/2382136/bodybuilding-duo-on-podium/?cs=94 Watch the fantastic Video of Skye and Ktima on the Examiner page!

 
INBA Founder and World President Denny Kakos, INBA Australian Founder and World Vice President Wayne McDonald and Friends
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The two distinguished men in white shirts and ties are in the middle INBA Founder and World President Denny Kakos and in the foreground INBA Australian Founder and World Vice President Wayne McDonald. Also in the photograph is Diana Kakos, Fiona Flanders, Rose Black and Ken Ross. Both Denny and Wayne have been doing this for quarter of a century - it's what they do, and the best part is, having a cool beer after the event when everyone has gone home and just talking about next year when they will do it all again. What a wonderful sport natural bodybuilding & Modelling is, so many friends are made, such good health is enjoyed, if only the millions of people around the world who are suffering could learn how to enjoy the natural lifestyle, the world would be a better place, this is what Denny and Wayne have dedicate their entire adult lives to do. They know nothing else, they ask for nothing, they serve the people and are the very essence of our wonderful sport. Thank you for everything guys!
 
Ben Wortley (INBA South Australia) won the INBA 2014 World Championship Medium Open Class
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Ben Wortley (INBA South Australia) won the INBA 2014 World Championship Medium Open Class today in Nitra Slovakia from an amazing line up. Ben is clearly one of the greatest natural athletes ever produced in Australia and his career is simply a testament to years of dedication and a belief in himself plus strict adherence to the philosophy of a clean lifestyle. Congratulations Ben, an amazing achievement.

 
Dual World Champion (INBA/PNBA) Rose Black sponsored by FLEXR6 wins Amateur & Pro Titles
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Dual World Champion (INBA/PNBA) Rose Black sponsored by FLEXR6 (Ken Ross) and the flight over plus spending money provided by the DIET CHALLENGE, has vindicated the faith everyone had in Rose. There simply isn't anyone who trains as hard and is as strict as Rose, perhaps others might match her intensity but none would surpass it. Rose was the shortest favourite of the entire championships and we played it down not to spook anyone but now that she reins supreme throughout the world as both an amateur and professional world champion, we can all scream at the top of our lungs that we are sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo proud of you, a simple country girl that has climbed her Everest and conquered the world. Well done Rose, magnificent.
 
Bianca Growden crowned INBA 2014 Champion of the World in Nitra, Slovakia
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Bianca Growden crowned INBA 2014 Champion of the World in Nitra, Slovakia in the Sports Model Under 170 cm Class which was one of the most hotly contested divisions - this is a simply stunning and magnificent victory, Bianca is over the moon and on cloud nine. She wants to thank the hundreds of well wishers that are congratulating this marvellous Australian athlete.

 

 
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