Chris Cormier

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am 08. April 2008, 06.42 Uhr

Name: Broderick Christopher Cormier

geboren: 19.08.1967 in Palm Springs, Kalifornien
wohnhaft in: Las Vegas, Nevada
Größe: 5' 9" (ca. 1.80 m)
Offseasongewicht: 285 lbs (ca. 129 kg)
Wettkampfgewicht: 252 lbs (ca. 114 kg)
Brustumfang: 52" (ca. 132 cm)
Beinumfang: 30 - 33" (ca. 76 - 84 cm)
Arme: 22" (ca. 56 cm)
Wade: 21" (ca. 53 cm)
Taille: 32" (ca. 81 cm)

In the Year 1979, I pickup my first dumbbell.
At the time I was 120lbs and a height of 5' 5. I began gaining 20 pounds in one year. The following summer I grew 5 inches now at 5' 10"s, I was 145lbs. Then as the years went on I played football and did some wrestling. Track & field also became part of my enjoyment of sports.

In high school, my teacher Ms Laura looked me up and down and then said, "You should try Body Building". I said "really???????" Her boyfriend trained and was an old school bodybuilder. He gave me a stack of magazines and said read!!. I was a shy boy and putting on those little trunks and getting on stage in front of people, was not going to be easy.

I had my first show coming in 1984 and it came and went... I couldn’t do it. I watched and was upset that it was such an easy class. I would have won without any doubt. The following year I was 17 at the time of my first show. I took 4th place out of a group of 13 teen competitors as I did my first show of many to come. As a teen I wanted to know everything I could about competition and in the following year of 1986 I won the same show the hometown Mr. Teen Palm Springs. I did 7 shows in a row and I won almost every show. I just wanted to be a master up there. I eventually took 3rd in the California.

The next year I won the Teen Mr. California competition and the Light Heavy National title. The more I did, the more I wanted. I began to set goals for my self, both short and long term and I move to Venice, CA.

As I improved and fine-tuned my Body Building, I won the men's Mr. California in 1990. The following year was my first Mr. USA and in 1991 and I placed 4th which made me want it even more. As my hunger grew, I knew I needed more size. I was patient and trained harder than ever for size. 1993 came fast and I won the Mr. USA.

In 1994 did my first Pro show the Pro Ironman, I took 2nd and the next week I placed 4th in the Arnold Classic. My first Mr. Olympia I was 6th, which I was very happy with and I took off from there. Held a record being in over 70 pro competitions and in the top 3 for 50% of my competitions. This was together with a record 54 pose downs.

I’ve had some up's and downs along the way, but I see the lows as a test to see how bad you want to be on top. This website is for all my fans. I hope I can teach you what I have learned and help you reach your goals. So welcome and I special thanks for coming, I hope you enjoy.

Sportliche Erfolge:

1987 NPC Teen Nationals, Light-Heavyweight, 1st
1991 NPC USA Championships, Heavyweight, 4th
1993 NPC USA Championships, Heavyweight, 1st and Overall
1994 IFBB Arnold Classic, 4th
1994 IFBB Grand Prix France, 7th
1994 IFBB Grand Prix Germany, 6th
1994 IFBB Ironman Pro Invitational, 2nd
1994 IFBB Mr. Olympia, 6th
1995 IFBB Grand Prix England, 5th
1995 IFBB Grand Prix France, 5th
1995 IFBB Grand Prix Germany, 4th
1995 IFBB Grand Prix Russia, 5th
1995 IFBB Grand Prix Spain, 4th
1995 IFBB Grand Prix Ukraine, 4th
1995 IFBB Night of Champions, 4th
1995 IFBB Mr. Olympia, 6th
1996 IFBB Grand Prix Czech Republic, 8th
1996 IFBB Grand Prix England, 8th
1996 IFBB Grand Prix Germany, 7th
1996 IFBB Grand Prix Russia, 8th
1996 IFBB Grand Prix Spain, 8th
1996 IFBB Grand Prix Switzerland, 8th
1996 IFBB Mr. Olympia, 7th
1997 IFBB Canada Pro Cup, 3rd
1997 IFBB Grand Prix Czech Republic, 2nd
1997 IFBB Grand Prix England, 2nd
1997 IFBB Grand Prix Finland, 2nd
1997 IFBB Grand Prix Germany, 6th
1997 IFBB Grand Prix Hungary, 8th
1997 IFBB Grand Prix Russia, 4th
1997 IFBB Grand Prix Spain, 6th
1997 IFBB Night of Champions, 1st
1997 IFBB Mr. Olympia, 8th
1997 IFBB Toronto Pro Invitational, 3rd
1998 IFBB Arnold Classic, 5th
1998 IFBB Grand Prix Finland, 4th
1998 IFBB Grand Prix Germany, 4th
1998 IFBB Mr. Olympia, 6th
1999 IFBB Arnold Classic, 3rd
1999 IFBB Ironman Pro Invitational, 1st
1999 IFBB Mr. Olympia, 3rd
2000 IFBB Arnold Classic, 2nd
2000 IFBB Ironman Pro Invitational, 1st
2001 IFBB Arnold Classic, 2nd
2001 IFBB Grand Prix Australia, 1st
2001 IFBB Grand Prix England, 2nd
2001 IFBB Grand Prix Hungary, 2nd
2001 IFBB Grand Prix New Zealand, 2nd
2001 IFBB Ironman Pro Invitational, 1st
2001 IFBB Mr. Olympia, 5th
2001 IFBB San Francisco Pro Invitational, 1st
2002 IFBB Arnold Classic, 2nd
2002 IFBB Grand Prix Australia, 1st
2002 IFBB Grand Prix Austria, 1st
2002 IFBB Grand Prix England, 3rd
2002 IFBB Grand Prix Holland, 2nd
2002 IFBB Ironman Pro Invitational, 1st
2002 IFBB Mr. Olympia, 3rd
2002 IFBB San Francisco Pro Invitational, 2nd
2002 IFBB Show of Strength Pro Championship, 3rd
2003 IFBB Arnold Classic, 2nd
2003 IFBB Grand Prix Australia, 1st
2003 IFBB San Francisco Pro Invitational, 2nd
2003 IFBB Show of Strength Pro Championship, 7th
2004 IFBB Arnold Classic, 2nd
2004 IFBB Grand Prix Australia, 2nd
2004 IFBB Grand Prix England, 2nd
2004 IFBB Grand Prix Holland, 2nd
2004 IFBB Mr. Olympia, 7th
2005 IFBB Arnold Classic, 2nd
2005 IFBB Grand Prix Australia, 2nd
2005 IFBB Mr. Olympia, 13th
2005 IFBB San Francisco Pro Invitational, 1st
2007 IFBB Montreal Pro Classic, 4th
2007 IFBB Atlantic City Pro, 6th

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Gast
08. April 2008, 08.30 Uhr

Das scheinen aktuelle Bilder von ihm zu sein!

Man sieht das er noch deutlich von seiner ehemligen Bstform entfernt ist, allerdings kein Wunder nach seiner langen und schweren Verletzung!

Gast
08. April 2008, 08.44 Uhr

Man darf gespannt sein wie er auf der FIBO aussieht

semtex
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08. April 2008, 10.29 Uhr

Der Typ hat mich motiviert mit dem training anzufangen ;-)
hatte ne flex von 97 2002 in die hand bekommen und war einfach nur platt
die schultern und arme und dann die trainingsgewichte .

ein echter powerbuilder halt :) ;-)

Gast
08. April 2008, 10.34 Uhr

Wenn man bedenkt das er schon über 20 Jahre dabei ist und sich immer noch an der Weltspitze hält, da kann man nur den Hut ziehen. Das schaffen nicht viele.

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