Tazzie Colomb

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Tazzie Colomb[1]
Bodybuilder
Personal info
NicknameRagin Cajun[2]
Born (1966-08-20) August 20, 1966 (age 52)[3]
New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.[3]
Height1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) 1.84m with heels
WeightIn Season: 192–206 lb (87–93 kg)
Off-Season: 227–252 lb (103–114 kg)[4][5][6][7][8]
Professional career
Pro-debutIFBB Jan Tana Pro Classic[1], 1993[1]
Best winIFBB Europa Supershow heavyweight champion[1], 2007[1]
PredecessorNone[1]
SuccessorSherry Smith[1]
ActiveSince 1996[9][10]

Tazzie Colomb (born August 20, 1966) is an American professional female bodybuilder and powerlifter. She is one of the longest-competing IFBB female professional bodybuilders of all time.[9] She is one of the strongest female powerlifters in the world: she can lift 75 kg in each arm, and on a TV show easily lifted four girls (weighing 42-43 kg each) at the same time. Her stats are as follows: Chest 128 cm; Waist 89 cm; Hips 107 cm; Size feet 43 ; Size T-shirt XXXL; Size clothing USA 50" 37" 43"; Size neck 44 cm; Size bicep 47 cm; Size forearm 38 cm; Size wrist 24 cm; Size dress USA 22; Max overhead lift 90 kg; Max dumbbell arm 75 kg.

Biography[edit]

Tazzie described herself as a Catholic girl and was a top athlete at St. Pius and Cabrini. She never attended college. Her father is deceased and she has two older sisters, both of whom she no longer speaks to.[9]

Powerlifter career[edit]

Contest history[edit]

  • 1999 Women's Extravaganza Strength Show - 2nd
  • 2001 Women's Extravaganza Strength Show - 6th
  • 2002 Women Extravaganza Strength Show - 6th[11]

Bodybuilding career[edit]

Amateur career[edit]

In 1988, Tazzie debuted nationally at the NPC Junior Nationals, placing 9th in the heavyweight women's division. In 1992, she won the women's overall at the NPC USA Championships and qualified as an IFBB professional.[12]

Professional career[edit]

At the 2000 Ms. International, Tazzie and Iris Kyle were both disqualified for diuretic use.[13] In 2007, she won the heavyweight class at the IFBB Europa Supershow. She has attended the Ms. Olympia four times during her career. She is one of longest competing IFBB professional bodybuilders of all time.[1][9]. She has placed in the top five 13 times in her professional bodybuilding career up to 2013.

Contest history[edit]

  • 1996 NPC Teen USA - 2nd (HW)
  • 1998 NPC Junior Nationals - 9th (HW)
  • 1999 NPC Eastern Seaboard - 2nd (HW)
  • 2000 NPC Junior Nationals - 4th (HW)
  • 2001 NPC USA Championships - 3rd (HW)
  • 2003 IFBB North American Championships - 2nd (HW)
  • 2005 NPC USA Championships - 1st (HW and overall)
  • 2006IFBB Jan Tana Pro Classic - 11th
  • 2006 IFBB Jan Tana Pro Classic - 3rd
  • 2006 IFBB Jan Tana Pro Classic - 3rd
  • 2006 IFBB Ms. International - 3rd
  • 2006 IFBB Ms. Olympia - 17th
  • 2007 IFBB Ms. International - 5th (HW) (Later disqualified)
  • 2007 IFBB Europa Supershow - 1st (HW)
  • 2008 IFBB Ms. Olympia - 12th
  • 2008 IFBB Ms. International - 11th
  • 2009 IFBB New York Pro Championships - 6th
  • 2010 IFBB Battle of Champions - 8th
  • 2011 IFBB Battle of Champions - 4th
  • 2012 IFBB Battle of Champions - 4th
  • 2012 IFBB Chicago Pro Championships - 4th
  • 2012 IFBB Tampa Pro Championships - 7th
  • 2013 IFBB Ms. International - 9th
  • 2013 IFBB Tampa Pro Championships - 13th[1][10]

Personal life[edit]

Tazzie currently lives in New Orleans, Louisiana. She is single.[14] She is the personal trainer of Aaron Neville.[15]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i Tazzie Colomb
  2. ^ Tazzie Colomb photos: 199 videos: 4
  3. ^ a b Stuff I Can't Really Find a Good Place For... Archived 2015-02-18 at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ Bio
  5. ^ THE WOMEN'S VIDEO DIRECTORY Tazzie Colomb
  6. ^ Tazzie Colomb FLEX
  7. ^ Tazzie Colomb in the 90s Rare Interview & Posing
  8. ^ Tazzie Colomb Bodybuilder
  9. ^ a b c d Tazzie Colomb - Interview - Dailymotion-Video
  10. ^ a b 2012 Wings of Strength: Jones & Trimble Take Wings & Fly!
  11. ^ Contest History
  12. ^ http://www.musclememory.com/show.php?s=colomb%2C+tazzie&g=F Retrieved December 11, 2017.
  13. ^ "THE IFBB MS. INTERNATIONAL 2007". billdobbins.com. Retrieved March 13, 2014.
  14. ^ Bodybuilding.com bio
  15. ^ Aaron Neville September 1, 2003

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