Lesa Lewis

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Lesa Lewis[1]
— Bodybuilder —
Personal info
Nickname Amazon[2]
Born (1967-03-09) March 9, 1967 (age 50)[1]
Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.[1]
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)[1]
Weight In Season: 165–193 lb (75–88 kg)
Off-Season: 200–215 lb (91–98 kg)[3][2]
Professional career
Pro-debut IFBB Jan Tana Classic[1], 1997[1]
Best win IFBB Jan Tana Classic champion[1], 1998[1]
Predecessor Chris Bongiovanni[1]
Successor Gayle Moher[1]
Active Retired 2002

Lesa Lewis (born March 9, 1967) is an American professional female bodybuilder.[1]

Bodybuilding career[edit]

Amateur[edit]

At the 1997 USA Championship, Lewis placed first in the heavyweight category and overall and won her IFBB pro card.[1]

Professional[edit]

At the 1998 Ms. International, Lewis placed second at the competition. However, a week after the contest, when the results of the mandatory diuretic tests were declared, she, along with Gayle Moher and Denise Masino, were found to have tested positive and were disqualified from the contest.[4]

Contest history[edit]

  • 1993 Missouri State - 1st
  • 1994 Heart of Missouri - 1st
  • 1995 Red River Classic - 1st
  • 1996 Lone Star Classic - 1st
  • 1996 NPC Junior Nationals - 1st (HW)
  • 1996 NPC Nationals - 4th (HW)
  • 1997 NPC USA Championship - 1st (HW and overall)
  • 1997 IFBB Jan Tana Classic - 5th
  • 1998 IFBB Ms. International - 2nd (disqualified)
  • 1998 IFBB Jan Tana Classic - 1st
  • 1998 IFBB Ms. Olympia - 4th
  • 1999 IFBB Ms. International - 2nd
  • 1999 IFBB Ms. Olympia - 5th
  • 2000 IFBB Ms. International - 5th (HW)
  • 2000 IFBB Ms. Olympia - 3rd (HW)
  • 2001 IFBB Ms. International - 3rd (HW)
  • 2001 IFBB Ms. Olympia - 5th (HW)
  • 2002 IFBB GNC Show of Strength - 5th (HW)[1][4]

Personal life[edit]

Lewis is a construction worker from Kansas City, Missouri.[5]

Television appearance[edit]

Lewis appeared in the 2000 documentary Bodybuilders.[6]

References[edit]