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2017 IFBB Baltimore Grand Prix: Bikni & Men's Physique

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    2017 IFBB Baltimore Grand Prix: Bikni & Men's Physique

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    http://www.baltimorefitnessexpo.com/

    An archived article featuring the promoter of the Baltimore Grand Prix & Fitness Expo, Dr. Boris Borodin, has been found. The Spokesman Review, is a daily broadsheet newspaper based in Spokane, Washington. This newspaper highlighting the promoter was from July 26, 1990. See the archived article below!



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    http://www.ifbbpro.com/events/2017-i...re-grand-prix/

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            2001 IFBB New Zealand Grand Prix - promoter Boris Borodin (Now promoter 2017 IFBB Baltimore Grand Prix: Bikni & Men's Physique):

            1 Ronnie Coleman USA
            2 Chris Cormier USA
            3 Claude Groulx Canada
            4 Tommi Thorvildsen Norway
            5 Sergei Chelestov Russia
            6 Erwin Marques Venezuela
            7 Nickolas Shilko Australia
            8 Matt McLean Australia
            9 Mark Rainbow New Zealand
            10 Justin Rys New Zealand










            Threats levelled at American bodybuilders sparked a major security operation in Wellington at the weekend. The anonymous threats, traced by police to a pay-phone in an unnamed New Zealand city, were linked to the September terrorist attacks in the United States. Three separate phone-calls were made to staff at the Michael Fowler Centre, the venue of the New Zealand [bodybuilding] Grand Prix on Saturday. Grand Prix promoter Boris Borodin described them as "threats of violence by some sort of Muslim group made within New Zealand". The venue was closed by police on Friday evening and sniffer dogs searched the building, giving it a security clearance later that night. Security staff, including some from Wellington City Council, stayed at the venue over night until the preliminary rounds started on Saturday afternoon. Mr Borodin said plain-clothes police sat in the audience during competition on Saturday and spectators had their bags searched as part of the beefed-up security effort. The calls were probably a hoax but "we could not take any chances". "They said they were from a Muslim group and they made threats against some of the Americans coming to perform. "After the events of September 11 it was better we took it seriously, even though this type of thing is very new for New Zealand." Major sport around the world has been affected by security fears in the wake of the September 11 attacks in Washington DC and New York, but this is the first time the fallout has been felt inside New Zealand. A police spokeswoman confirmed a precautionary response had been taken to the threats. She denied police attended the competition after the initial venue search. High-profile grand prix competitors, like Mr Olympia, Ronnie Coleman, were briefed about the threats only yesterday. Mr Borodin said he did not want to cause the competitors any undue stress and Coleman praised Mr Borodin's decision. The part-time Texas police officer, who won the grand prix, said: "People who make threats are cowards They don't generally follow-up when they say they are coming to get you because they are all talk." None of the other international bodybuilders spoken to yesterday said the scare would deter them coming to the grand prix next year. See WAR AGAINST TERROR pg 17
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                  Company owner Dr. Boris Borodin celebrating the #newyear with the #worldsstrongestman Ronnie Coleman in New York.

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                            The Baltimore Grand Prix & Fitness Expo has a tremendous line of competitors ready to compete this Saturday! 28 IFBB Pro Men's Physique competitors and 19 IFBB Pro Women's Bikini competitors! Athletes are coming from all over the world, some from as far as Brazil and Russia! The Powerlifting Competition has the most competitors of any event with 121! There are also around 100 competitors in the Strongman Competition and NPC Hercules classic. It will be great day of strength and fitness in Baltimore!




                            To learn more about the Baltimore Grand Prix & Fitness Expo, and to purchase tickets, please visit our website at


                            BALTIMOREFITNESSEXPO.COM
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