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Bodybuilder Shawn Roden: "Mr. Olympia" died at the age of 46

Bodybuilder Shawn Roden: “Mr. Olympia” died at the age of 46

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“Mr. Olympia” dies at the age of 46

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Bodybuilder Shawn Roden passed away unexpectedly at the age of 46 over the weekend. His coach confirmed the death.

Shock and sadness in the bodybuilder scene. Superstar Shawn Rodan is dead. It was not until 2018 that he was able to win the title of “Mr. Olympia”. Now he has died of a heart attack at the age of 46. His nearly two million followers are shocked and saddened by the loss of the bodybuilder legend. His coach Chris Aceto has now (November 8, 2021) confirmed the death in an Instagram post.

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“We spent endless hours together and he never spoke ill of anyone. (…) He is full of friendship, kindness and empathy. (…) For these and many other reasons, I will miss an athlete. , “His coach Chris Aceto wrote on Instagram.

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The bodybuilder leaves a little daughter

Roden, also known as the “Flexotron” in the bodybuilding scene, defeated 41-year-old Mr Olympia Phil Heath in 2018. He had previously defended his title seven times in a row in the most important anatomy competition.

In 2019, a rape case was filed against Roden for assaulting a female bodybuilder in a hotel room. In the same year he was convicted and expelled from the “Mr. Olympia” competition. He leaves a baby girl.

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