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Jenny Lynn Passed Away At Age 49

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  • Jenny Lynn Passed Away At Age 49

    We’re very sad to have to report on the recent death of multiple-time Pro Figure champion and 2x Ms. Figure Olympia Jenny Lynn-Powell. According to reports, she passed away in her sleep after having a seizure. Her husband Ricky tried to save her life but was unsuccessful. She was 49 years old.

    Powell was originally from Petaluma, California, and loved singing and dancing as a child and at one point competed in cheerleading at a national level.

    She eventually found her love for fitness after teaching aerobics and starting weight training and the rest was history. The ultra-competitive and talented Jenny Lynn-Powell earned her Pro Card at the 2001 NPC USA Fitness Championships only one year into competing.

    She was an incredibly accomplished competitor who took first place at the prestigious Olympia in 2006 and 2007. She also won the Figure International Arnold three times and managed to win several more shows as a Figure competitor. Powell established herself as one of the very best in the world and retired after the 2009 Olympia where she placed 7th.

    Competition History

    2002 IFBB Arnold Classic And Internationals – 12th
    2002 IFBB New York Pro Fitness – 5th
    2002 IFBB Pittsburgh Pro Fitness – 7th
    2002 IFBB GNC Show Of Strength – 5th
    2003 IFBB Figure International – 1st
    2003 IFBB Night of Champions, Figure – 2nd
    2003 IFBB Figure Olympia – 3rd
    2003 IFBB Pittsburgh Pro Figure, Figure – 1st
    2003 IFBB Show of Strength Pro Championship, Figure – 1st
    2004 IFBB Figure International – 1st
    2004 IFBB Figure Olympia – 2nd
    2004 IFBB Show of Strength Pro Championship, Figure – 1st
    2005 IFBB Figure International – 1st
    2005 IFBB Figure Olympia – 2nd
    2005 IFBB Sacramento Pro Championships, Figure – 1st
    2005 IFBB San Francisco Pro Championships, Figure – 1st
    2006 IFBB Colorado Pro Championships, Figure – 2nd
    2006 IFBB Pittsburgh Pro Figure, Figure – 1st
    2006 IFBB Figure Olympia – 1st
    2007 IFBB Figure Olympia – 1st
    2008 IFBB Figure Olympia – 4th
    2009 IFBB Jacksonville Pro – 3rd
    2009 IFBB Europa – 1st
    2009 IFBB Figure Olympia – 7th
    RIP
    http://betionastore.es/

  • #2
    Oh my God!
    R.I.P.
    A forum without humor is like a gym without the iron.
    mewe.com/i/rubenmepschen

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    • #3
      Gone too soon, RIP Jenny
      Muscular Development Online Editor
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      • #4
        prayers to her family and friends.
        MY KING OF KINGS

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        • #5
          Oh bless her. That’s so sad. 49, way too young to go.
          MD Global Muscle Radio ep.40-https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-MIKWx8sAcw&t=5319s

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          • #6
            Jenny was a beautiful athlete and will be missed

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            • #7
              Sad far too young

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              • #8
                Horrible news ,RIP

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                • #9
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                  http://betionastore.es/

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                  • #10
                    RIP I always loved me some Jenny Lynn.

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                    • #11
                      RIP

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