Paul Dillett

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Paul Dillett
— Bodybuilder —
Personal info
Nickname "Freak-einstein"[1]
Born 1965
Montreal, Quebec
Professional career
Pro-debut Arnold Classic, 1993
Best win Night of Champions, 1999
Active 1991-2006
Competition record
Men’s Bodybuilding
Competitor for  United States
NPC North American Championships
2nd 1991
1st 1992
Mr. Olympia
6th 1993
4th 1994
5th 1996
5th 1997
5th 1999
Arnold Classic
4th 1993
3rd 1996
5th 1996
6th 1997
Night of Champions
1st 1999
3rd 2000
6th 2002
Ironman Pro Invitational
4th 1993
2nd 1996
5th 1997

Paul Dillett (born April 12, 1965 in Montreal, Quebec) is a retired IFBB professional bodybuilder and current owner and CEO of the World Beauty Fitness & Fashion Inc.[1][2] He resides in Toronto, Canada.

Biography[edit]

Before bodybuilding, Paul Dillett played in the Canadian Football League. Dillett first competed in professional bodybuilding when he took second place in the heavyweight division of the 1991 North American Championships. His first Mr. Olympia was in 1993, where he placed 6th. In 1993, he competed in his first Ironman Pro Invitational, where he took fourth place.

Later that year, he competed in his first Arnold Classic, placing fourth. In 1999, he competed in the Night of Champions competition, where he placed first. Paul has been featured in many fitness and bodybuilding articles, including being featured on the cover of Muscular Development magazine.

At Mr.Olympia in 1998, Dillett "froze" on stage, a result of cramping from dehydration. Four officials carried him off the stage.[citation needed]

Stats[edit]

  • Height: 6 ft 2 in
  • Off season weight: 335 lb.[1]
  • Competition weight: 290 lb.

Contest history[edit]

  • 1991 North American Championships, Heavyweight, 2nd
  • 1992 North American Championships, Heavyweight, 1st and Overall
  • 1993 Arnold Classic, 4th
  • 1993 Ironman Pro Invitational, 4th
  • 1993 Mr. Olympia, 6th
  • 1994 Grand Prix England, 4th
  • 1994 Grand Prix France (2), 2nd
  • 1994 Grand Prix France, 1st
  • 1994 Grand Prix Germany (2), 1st
  • 1994 Grand Prix Germany, 3rd
  • 1994 Grand Prix Italy, 2nd
  • 1994 Grand Prix Spain, 3rd
  • 1994 Mr. Olympia, 4th
  • 1996 Arnold Classic, 3rd
  • 1996 Grand Prix Czech Republic, 3rd
  • 1996 Grand Prix England, 3rd
  • 1996 Grand Prix Germany, 4th
  • 1996 Grand Prix Russia, 4th
  • 1996 Grand Prix Spain, 2nd
  • 1996 Grand Prix Switzerland, 2nd
  • 1996 Ironman Pro Invitational, 2nd
  • 1996 Mr. Olympia, 5th
  • 1996 San Jose Pro Invitational, 2nd
  • 1997 Arnold Classic, 6th
  • 1997 Grand Prix Czech Republic, 6th
  • 1997 Grand Prix England, 4th
  • 1997 Grand Prix Finland, 5th
  • 1997 Grand Prix Germany, 4th
  • 1997 Grand Prix Hungary, 4th
  • 1997 Grand Prix Russia, 5th
  • 1997 Grand Prix Spain, 4th
  • 1997 Ironman Pro Invitational, 5th
  • 1997 Mr. Olympia, 5th
  • 1997 San Jose Pro Invitational, 5th
  • 1998 Mr. Olympia, Did not place
  • 1999 Night of Champions, 1st
  • 1999 Mr. Olympia, 7th
  • 2000 Night of Champions, 3rd
  • 2002 Night of Champions, 6th
  • 2002 Southwest Pro Cup, 8th
  • 2003 Grand Prix Hungary, 14th
  • 2006 Montreal Pro, 10th

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Hotten, Jon (2011). Muscle: A Writer's Trip Through a Sport with No Boundaries. Random House. p. 25. ISBN 9781446466155. Retrieved 22 January 2013. 
  2. ^ Paul Dillet launches The WBFF

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