Bodybuilding Legend Iris Kyle Announces Her Return At 2020 Ms. Olympia

Iris Kyle Announces Her Return At  2020 Ms. Olympia

Iris Kyle Iris Kyle announced her return to 2020 Ms. Olympia after six years away from the game.

With the long-awaited return of Ms. Olympia's competition, many big-name bodybuilders have announced they are back to compete again on the famous show Mr. Olympia.

Now, one of the big legendary names in bodybuilding community Iris Kyle can be added to this show. Iris Kyle announced her return to 2020 Ms. Olympia.

When the Ms. Olympia contest was made in 2014, Iris had been the leading champion for 10 years, and that's why he is one of the most successful females bodybuilders in the bodybuilding history of all time, she had never lost her Olympia title!







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She had one of the best physiques between female bodybuilders in the world, now Iris Kyle seems to be looking to return and regain the throne that she once owned.

According to news, she will be performing her return alongside the return of the Ms. Olympia contest. IFBB President Jim Manion has announced this to reveal these intentions where he said:


@iriskyle announces return. Aiming for 11th Ms. Olympia @mrolympiallc
No bodybuilder, male or female, has won more Olympia titles than Iris Kyle. After 6 years away from the stage, the female bodybuilding legend has surprised fans with the announcement that she will return this December. With a record 10 Olympia titles to her credit, along with 7 Ms.

 International titles, the world’s most decorated female bodybuilder has set her sights on Olympia Weekend in Las Vegas and the highly anticipated re-launch of the historic Ms. Olympia.

Iris explains, “Now is the right time for me to return to the greatest stage in bodybuilding. I’ve had so many incredible moments at the Olympia and I am focused on winning one more. I’m dedicating this one to all the fans who continue to inspire me in so many ways.”

During last year’s event, it was announced that Ms. Olympia will return in 2020 following a 5-year layoff. With the support of new owner Jake Wood, the tradition of Ms. Olympia has been restored, news that has been celebrated by the entire female muscle building community.









@iriskyle announces return. Aiming for 11th Ms. Olympia @mrolympiallc No bodybuilder, male or female, has won more Olympia titles than Iris Kyle. After 6 years away from the stage, the female bodybuilding legend has surprised fans with the announcement that she will return this December. With a record 10 Olympia titles to her credit, along with 7 Ms. International titles, the world’s most decorated female bodybuilder has set her sights on Olympia Weekend in Las Vegas and the highly anticipated re-launch of the historic Ms. Olympia. Iris explains, “Now is the right time for me to return to the greatest stage in bodybuilding. I’ve had so many incredible moments at the Olympia and I am focused on winning one more. I’m dedicating this one to all the fans who continue to inspire me in so many ways.” During last year’s event, it was announced that the Ms. Olympia will return in 2020 following a 5 year layoff. With the support of new owner Jake Wood, the tradition of the Ms. Olympia has been restored, news that has been celebrated by the entire female muscle building community. Olympia President Dan Solomon adds, “The 2020 Olympia continues to get more exciting. Many of the all-time greats want to be a part of the new Olympia experience we are creating. In addition to Iris Kyle going for number 11, we will also witness the return of Oksana Grishina and Adela Garcia, two of the greatest fitness champions of all time, along with the highly anticipated return of Flex Lewis, and the emotional farewell to Dexter Jackson as he competes for the final time.” Solomon continues, “And with 5 months still to go, I have a feeling there will be more big announcements to come.” With several production upgrades planned at its new home at the Planet Hollywood Resort, Olympia Weekend will also host the Olympia World Fitness Festival (formerly the Olympia Expo) at the Sands Expo and Convention Center, located adjacent to the Venetian Hotel. Tickets and hotel room opportunities for the December 17-20 event are now available at MrOlympia.com as Trifecta Presents Joe Weider’s Olympia Fitness & Performance Weekend, brought to you by Wings of Strength. @npcnewsonlineofficialpage

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Obviously, this is massive news for fans of bodybuilding and a little bit scary for female competitors, and of Iris Kyle. This will be her first return in competing since the 2014 Olympia.




It will be exciting to see how she will bee looking at the age of 45 years old, six years away from the game.


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