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Ronnie Coleman
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    (May 13, 1964- )
    Born in Bastrop, Louisiana
    Professional bodybuilder
    Winner of eight straight Mr Olympia contests (1998-2005), tying Lee Haney
    Graduated cum laude from Grambling State University with a degree in accounting and was a member of its football team under the legendary Eddie Robinson
    Five feet ten inches tall and competed at a little over 300 pounds
    In the 2006 Mr. Olympia contest, with a chance to break Lee Haney's record of eight straight wins, he came in second.
    After coming in fourth at the 2007 Mr. Olympia, he retired.
    He openly used steroids extensively during his career.
    He married for the first time at age 43 and named his daughters Jamilleah and Valencia.
    Much like Lee Haney, he had difficulty using his Mr. Olympia notoriety to develop a career outside bodybuilding like Arnold Schwarzenegger has.
    Again like Lee Haney, his website is one big store/shrine to himself.
    During his entire career as a bodybuilder, he only appeared on the cover of the world's premiere bodybuilding magazine, Muscle & Fitness, twice.
    He often went by his full name, Ronald Dean Coleman.
    He didn't whine about his losses.
    He's the most massive of all Mr. Olympia champions, who are by definition huge men, with arms two feet around, thighs three feet around and a chest measuring almost five feet in circumference!
    He serves as a reserve policeman in his adopted home town of Arlington, Texas.
    In addition to his Mr. Olympia wins, he won a total of 26 International Federation of Bodybuilders titles, which is also a record.

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