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Just heard - 82 Olympia winner Chris Dickerson passed away

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  • Just heard - 82 Olympia winner Chris Dickerson passed away

    Age 82

    Amazing poser
    Modern day era legs back in 81

    RIP Chris

    Chris-Dickerson-1981-Olympia.jpg

    *Brotherhood of iron *

  • #2
    Not that any death is good, but this one is much easier to accept due to his age. Hopefully it was something without pain. RIP.
    I stop me....no one else does.

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    • #3
      prayers to his family and friends
      MY KING OF KINGS

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      • #4
        He had a heart problem a few months ago.

        RIP
        http://betionastore.es/

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        • #5
          This one touched me , more then most.
          I believe most people, have stronger feelings when they experience someone in person.

          No, I wasn't a close friend of Chris D. and interacted with him once, briefly at my 1st contest.
          He was at the AAU Mr Eastern Seaboard and I placed in the teen div ( age 19) .
          Chris Dickerson presented the trophies to our division.

          I know it sounds trivial and sappy, but it was a cherished BB memory for me.
          Over 43 later and I still have a clear, vivid memory of that interaction.
          He was a gracious, classy gentleman and it was a real honor for me.
          Chris had on dress shorts and polo shirt. When I looked down and saw his calves ...OMG

          Ok, I'm biased , but I always admired how Chris Dickerson carried himself as pro BB.

          Unlike many modern era pros, he lived into old age.
          He left this world , 4 decades after he climbed to the top of Mt Olympia.

          RIP
          I saw a star, reached for it...and MISSED

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          • #6
            Rest In Peace, he led a full life

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            • #7
              Sad news.. 82 is quite something.

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