Donna Williams Salib Aka “sis”
I am a happily married Coptic Orthodox Christian!
IFBB pro women’s bodybuilder
Live in USA
I began my journey in the fitness in 2006. As a single mother I knew it would take time, patience and Gods grace. I fought eating disorders as a teen and young adolescent. I wanted to be someone the youth could look up to and be inspired by. I wanted to influence the world and show it, despite the obstacles put in our way, that faith and hard work will result in achieving goals. I remember lifting concrete filled coffee cans with rebar that my dad had made and thinking one day I would be in the magazines like Lenda Murray and Rachel McLish. I started In figure in 2007 , to advanced to women’s bodybuilding in 2008. i won Kentucky muscle overall champ to go on to 2009 northern natural to win overall taking me to team universe and the national Stage experience with a less than favorable placing. I came home regrouped, changed coaches, and went back to work. 2012 I went to win overall in Indiana but knew I wasn’t ready for the national stage, and in 2015 my dream had been extinguished as the Ms Olympia no longer existed. I focused on strength training and competitive powerlifting to earn my Pro/elite status In the sport in 2013. I loved being able to compete with strong amazing women and challenge myself daily. I continued training diligently and was happy to hear that WOS was supporting women’s bodybuilding and bringing our division from the ashes . I was thrilled to know we had a platform to show case our artwork and share our love of the sport ! In 2017 I entered Kentucky state open, the only show in Kentucky to support women’s bodybuilding thanks to Gene Goode. This time I was using my husband as my coach and we won the overall title, that landed me at the North Americans three weeks later to earn my pro card with Ifbb.
I had the opportunity to meet the amazing team at WINGS OF STRENGTH at my pro debut at the 2018 Chicago Pro and I am so grateful for all they do for the athletes.
I served as a firefighter and paramedic up until 2010 and I have enjoyed being a personal trainer and strength coach since 2008. I currently serve as the event coordinator of Active Heroes Inc community center for our veterans. As a marines daughter, Air Force sister, and army mom, I am proud to work close with our veterans and military preventing suicides. ! I also stand at my husbands side as his valet in professional wrestling at OVW and enjoy the balance we have supporting one another’s dreams and ambitions. We make an awesome tag team there, and in anything we set out to do.
I love my huge family and my amazing husband , who have been so supportive on my journey. Gods blessings in my life are unmeasurable! The sky is the limit and love knows no boundaries!! Here is to an amazing future and making extraordinary memories!!
2007 northern Ky figure – 5th place
2007 Tricky Jackson Classic figure – 3rd place
2008 Kentucky muscle overall
2009 northern natural overall winner
2009 Team universe – 8th place
2012 Midwest States overall winner
2017 Kentucky state/open overall winner
2017 North Americans overall winner – earned Pro Card
2018 Chicago Pro – 11th place
2018 Norfolk Pro 4th place
2019 Chicago Pro -9th place
2019 Norfolk Pro- 9th place
2020 Savannah Pro – 11th place
2020 Chicago Pro – 13th place
2021 Savannah Pro – 9th place
2021 Chicago Pro – 6th place
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Growing up in Slovakia, Erika Danková thought muscle was cool. Her dad was a bodybuilding fan and at home they had magazines and posters and would watch Pumping Iron together. When she was 12 years old, her family moved to Sarasota, Florida, and she joined a gym. “I went straight to the Hammer Strength machines as opposed to the treadmills!” she says. She joined her high school’s powerlifting team and began lifting heavier. At the time, she struggled with eating disorders. But when she started eating more, she started to see changes in her body.
After Erika attended a show at the age of 16, she decided she wanted to compete in women’s physique. But at 5-foot-11, putting on enough size was always a challenge. “I needed time to fill out my frame,” she says. “It just takes so much longer.” After several years of working hard to add mass, especially in her upper body, she competed for the first time at the age of 21 in 2017. Over the next couple of years, she did two more shows as a women’s physique competitor. But after talking to Alina Popa, who told her she had enough size to compete in women’s bodybuilding, she decided to move up.
Erika planned to make her debut as a female bodybuilder in 2020, but the shows she planned to do were cancelled or postponed as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Still only 25 years old and now living in Las Vegas, she plans to compete at the Wings Ms. International at the Chicago Pro in July, where she hopes to win her pro card. She got up to around 185 pounds during her offseason, but says she ultimately wants to be a lot bigger. “I’ve been wanting to hit 200 pounds since I was 17!” she says. She has a quote from Arnold tattooed on her left forearm: “The worst thing I can be is the same as everybody else.”
2021 Chicago Pro – 16th place
2021 NPC Wings of Strength Ms International – 1st place heavyweight
2021 NPC Lenda Murray Classic – 2nd place
2019 Dexter Jackson Classic, physique class B – 1st place
2018 Naples Classic, physique class B – 1st place
2017 Southeastern USA, physique – 3rd place
Helle Trevino (formerly Nielsen) is a Danish/American professional female bodybuilder. She is the 2017 Ms Rising Phoenix and the highest-ranked Dane on the International Federation of BodyBuilding & Fitness (IFBB) Pro Women’s Bodybuilding Ranking List (as Helle Nielsen).
Helle Trevino (born Helle Nielsen) was born and raised in rural Sønderborg, Denmark. She grew up on a farm. She majored in English and German in college. After that she continued her way into the fitness industry where she took a number of exams within the nutrition & training field.
Trevino was a gymnast from the age of 3 and competed in various other sports, including ballroom dancing, swimming, track and field, shot put, martial arts, horse-riding, boxing, biking, ballet and yoga. When Trevino was 17, she joined a gym and started training seven days a week. When she started, she had weighed 128 lb (58 kg) and within a year of training she had added 29 lb (13 kg). She said on her Web site that she quickly realized she had great genetics for bodybuilding.
She later started competing. She attended the Danish Championships in Herning. At the age of 22 she won in the heavyweight and overall categories at the Danish Nationals in 1998, her first show. She also won the overall and heavyweight title at the Scandinavian Championships in the same year. In 1999 she competed at the World Championships in Australia.
Trevino became the first professional female bodybuilder from Denmark since Lisser Frost-Larsen, who had last competed in 1984. In her pro debut, she won the heavyweight and overall at the Jan Tana Classic. A few months later, she placed fifth in the heavyweights at the Ms. Olympia.
After spending a few years building up her personal training business, Trevino in 2011 won the FIBO pro show and placed 11th at the 2011 Ms. Olympia. The following year she placed 12th in the Ms. Olympia competition, where. In 2012, she moved from Denmark to California, to train at the Gold’s Gym in Venice.
1998 Danish Championships – 1st (HW and Overall)
1998 Scandinavian Championships – 1st (HW and Overall)
1999 World Amateur Championships – 10st (HW)
2003 IFBB Jan Tana Classic – 1st (HW and Overall)
2003 IFBB Ms. Olympia – 5th (HW)
2011 IFBB FIBO Power Pro Germany – 1st
2011 IFBB Ms. Olympia – 14th
2012 IFBB Europa Battle of Champions Hartford – 9th
2012 IFBB Wings of Strength Chicago Pro-Am Extravaganza – 2nd
2012 IFBB Ms. Olympia – 12th
2013 IFBB PBW Tampa Pro – 5th
2014 IFBB Omaha Pro – 7th
2015 IFBB Wings of Strength Chicago Pro – 1st
2015 Rising Phoenix World Championships – 2nd
2016 Rising Phoenix World Championships – 4th
2017 Rising Phoenix World Championships – 1st
2018 Rising Phoenix World Championships – 5th
2019 IFBB Tampa Pro – 1st
2019 Rising Phoenix World Championships – 1st
2020 Rising Phoenix World Championships – 2nd
2020 Mr Olympia – 3rd
2021 Rising Phoenix World Championships – 2nd
2021 Mr Olympia – 2nd
As of 2014, Trevino lived in Los Angeles, California and worked as a personal trainer in Venice, California. She speaks Danish, English, and German. She worked as a caretaker of disabled people for 15 years. In 2008, she became the CEO & Founder of the company Team Evolution.
Women bodybuilders have revolutionized our ideas about the nature of the female physique and its ability to develop muscle and muscularity. Irene Andersen has been a part of this revolution and also taught us something about the aging process.
Irene is one of the best female bodybuilders competing for Jake Wood and Wings of Strength. She is also 53 years old.
“I first started working out in a gym when I was 15 years old,” says Irene. “I benefit from both muscle memory and muscle maturity. I’ve been training consistently for so long my body considers this degree of development to be ‘normal.’”
Science also tells us that when a bodybuilder continue to train hard for this length of time, it actually changes which genes are turned on or off. Not the genome itself, but it’s expression. This is one reason why bodybuilders, both female and male, peak at older ages than many other athletes.
Irene was a serious athlete as a girl, long before she discovered bodybuilding. She began studying and competing in martial arts, including judo and kickboxing, when she was nine years old. Some years later, she had a friend with a gym, and she started weight training – and she both liked it and her body responded quickly.
“I’d always been muscular,” Irene recalls, “so I was what people call a fast gainer.”
Irene turned eighteen in 1984 and one of her inspirations was Bev Francis. She saw the movie Pumping Iron IIand Bev became a role model, because Irene realized she had a body more like Bev’s and didn’t have the kind of slender aesthetics of somebody like Rachel McLish. But although many urged her to compete, it wasn’t until 2003 that Irene entered a show. One reason for this long delay was she gave birth to three children in the 1990s. But she never stopped training.
Irene went back to kickboxing in 1999 before focusing on bodybuilding in 2003. She then proceeded to win pretty much every female bodybuilding contest in Sweden. She set her sights on turning pro but this involved a complex process – winning the Swedish Championship, the Nordic Championship, the European Championship and top 3 in the World Championship. But since she had already beaten all the serious competition in Sweden , the Swedish Federation decided to simply grant her a pro card.
One of Irene’s great inspirations is 8 Time Ms. Olympia Lenda Murray. She admires Lenda, not only for her outstanding physique and competition success, but the classy way she has continued to represent and promote bodybuilding for women since she retired from competition.
Her first pro show was in 2006 and Irene has been competing as an IFBB pro, and then for Wings of Strength, ever since.
But in the meantime Irene Andersen accomplished something remarkable. There have been documentaries of one sort or another on bodybuilding for women since the beginning. Some, like Pumping Iron II, have been simply flawed. Many others, produced by people with no knowledge or experience of this sport, just repeated the same simplistic story over and over. But 2016 saw the release of the documentary movie Too Big For The World, in which Irene starred and helped produce. This is the first documentary that actually examines what female bodybuilding is like with both some degree of depth and accuracy.
“Even though I am in my fifties,” says Irene, “I don’t feel I am slowing down. I am looking forward to the Rising Phoenix and the Ms. Olympia. And I am very happy with the reception Too Big For The World has received. Bodybuilding for women is truly ‘Something New Under The Sun’ and I look forward to more people coming to understand and appreciate what female bodybuilders have accomplished.”
2003 Luciapokalen 1
2004 Swedish Championship qualifies 1
2004 Swedish Championship
Rookie of the year
2004 Lucia Classic 1
2006 Atlantic City Pro 18
2007 Sacramento Pro 7
2007 Jan Tana Classic 4
2007 Atlantic City Pro 15
2008 Tampa Pro 15
2008 Europa Supershow Dallas 4
2008 Atlantic City Pro 12
2009 IFBB New York 16
2009 Tampa Pro 10
2010 Tampa Pro 18
2010 Europa Hartford Battle of Champions 16
2011 Europa Hartford Battle of Champions 16
2012 Tampa Pro 16
2013 Tampa Pro
2015 Omaha 9
2015 Chicago 7
2015 Rising Phoenix 14
2016 Tampa Pro 7
2016 Rising Phoenix 8
2017 Puerto Rico 3
2017 Omaha 5
2017 Toronto 6
2017 Rising Phoenix 13
2018 Norfolk 7
2018 Tampa Pro 8
2018 Romania 4
2019 Toronto 4
2019 Puerto Rico 6
2019 Tampa Pro 8
2019 Rising Phoenix 3
2020 Rising Phoenix 5
2020 Mr Olympia 5
2021 Rising Phoenix 12
2021 Mr Olympia 5
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