Boyer Coe

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Boyer Coe (born August 18, 1946 in Lake Charles, Louisiana) is an American former professional bodybuilder.

Coe is the only contestant to achieve a perfect score in the World Cup Bodybuilding Championship

Coe won much acclaim for his accomplishments during his competitive career. In March 1981 at Atlantic City, NJ, he won the ``World Cup Bodybuilding Championship, the only competitor to receive a perfect score. Coe's competition success includes the 1965 Mr. Texas 1st; 1965 Mr. Dallas 1st; 1969 Mr. America 1st; 1972 NABBA Mr. Universe Pro 2nd (under 5'9"); 1981 World Inv Cup 1st; 1981 Grand Prix Belgium 1st; 1981 Grand Prix Wales 1st; 1981 Grand Prix World 1st; 1982 Grand Prix Montreal 1st; 1994 Masters Olympia 3rd; 1995 Masters Olympia 10th.

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Bodybuilding career

Coe was 14 years of age when be first started training at the Lake Charles Gym. At the age of 15, he prophesied that he would someday become Mr. America, a dream that eventually came true. When Boyer went to college in Lafayette, Louisiana he began to train, and subsequently work, at Red Lerille's gym. Coe continued to train at Red's gym for a total of 14 years until he opened a gym of his own in New Orleans.

Coe enjoyed a very successful career in the sport, winning four pro shows in 1981 alone. He was inducted into the Joe Weider IFBB Hall of Fame in 2007.

Boyer is now retired from the sport and living in Southern California.

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Early Competitions

History of Competition Titles Won

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