Lora Ottenad (born February 3, 1963) is a professional female bodybuilder from Las Vegas, Nevada. At 5'8" and a contest weight of approximately 175 lbs., Lora is one of the largest female bodybuilders competing today. She established herself as a top amateur competitor in 2000 when she won the heavyweight title at the USA Championships, but a pro card has eluded her when she lost the overall title to Jennifer McVicar in a controversial decision (only the overall winner of the USA's earns a pro card). At that year's Nationals, she lost the heavyweight class to Heather Foster (winning the class would have earned her a pro card) in a close decision that was soundly booed. She placed second at the Nationals again in 2004. After a fifth-place finish in 2005, she finally earned her pro card in 2

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  • Lora Ottenad (born February 3, 1963) is a professional female bodybuilder from Las Vegas, Nevada. At 5'8" and a contest weight of approximately 175 lbs., Lora is one of the largest female bodybuilders competing today. She established herself as a top amateur competitor in 2000 when she won the heavyweight title at the USA Championships, but a pro card has eluded her when she lost the overall title to Jennifer McVicar in a controversial decision (only the overall winner of the USA's earns a pro card). At that year's Nationals, she lost the heavyweight class to Heather Foster (winning the class would have earned her a pro card) in a close decision that was soundly booed. She placed second at the Nationals again in 2004. After a fifth-place finish in 2005, she finally earned her pro card in 2006 by winning the overall title at the Nationals. In her pro debut, Lora finished 11th at the 2007 Ms. International. (en)
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  • Lora Ottenad (born February 3, 1963) is a professional female bodybuilder from Las Vegas, Nevada. At 5'8" and a contest weight of approximately 175 lbs., Lora is one of the largest female bodybuilders competing today. She established herself as a top amateur competitor in 2000 when she won the heavyweight title at the USA Championships, but a pro card has eluded her when she lost the overall title to Jennifer McVicar in a controversial decision (only the overall winner of the USA's earns a pro card). At that year's Nationals, she lost the heavyweight class to Heather Foster (winning the class would have earned her a pro card) in a close decision that was soundly booed. She placed second at the Nationals again in 2004. After a fifth-place finish in 2005, she finally earned her pro card in 2 (en)
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