Jeff Preston, ‘The 1991 Mr. Olympia: The End of an Era’, Iron Age (c.2003)

I sat poised watching the clock with my finger in the ready position. I knew to get the desired seat I would have to have my ticket ordered the second that it went on sale. I called with speedy precision and connected with the agent who took all the needed information and we both waited... Continue Reading →

Ireland’s First Bodybuilding Show

Since beginning my study of physical culture several years ago, I have been fascinated by ┬áthe extent of Irish physical culture. Part of the British Empire in the early twentieth century, Ireland was very much influenced by the broader spread of physical culture in Great Britain. So close were the two regions that the Irish... Continue Reading →

Ireland’s First Bodybuilding Show

Since beginning my study of physical culture several years ago, I have been fascinated by ┬áthe extent of Irish physical culture. Part of the British Empire in the early twentieth century, Ireland was very much influenced by the broader spread of physical culture in Great Britain. So close were the two regions that the Irish... Continue Reading →

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