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Helle’s dream come true Helle Trevino is the new queen of women’s bodybuilding. On 9 September, she won the Wings of Strength Rising Phoenix at the Talking Stick Resort in Arizona. At 5-foot-5, she came in at 157 pounds and narrowly beat Sheila Bleck, who also placed second last year. It was culmination of a long journey for the woman that Steve Wennerstrom called “Denmark’s queen of density”. Inspired by Bev Francis, she began competing 1998 at the age of 22. She won the Jan Tana on her pro debut in 2003 at the age of 27. After an eight-year break she came back in 2011 and has been competed every year since then. We caught up with
Aleesha's Roller Coaster Year by Hans K. One of the biggest stories in women’s bodybuilding in 2017 was the controversy surrounding Aleesha Young’s placing at the Omaha Pro in June. The 32 year-old fan favorite was making a comeback after recovering from Bell’s Palsy last year and was the favorite to win the show. But although she came in in incredible shape, she placed seventh out of eight competitors. She said one of the judges told her she needed to lose 20 pounds of muscle – to which she reacted: “not gonna happen”. Instead, she said, she was retiring from competing and was going to get even bigger. However, in Aug