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Date: Tuesday 28 November, 2006
Desmond Miller emerged from the pack to take the victory at the 2006 NPC Nationals. He was fourth at the 2005 Nationals, and took the 2005 Eastern USA title, but nothing has been bigger than this, as he has ascended to the pro ranks.

Miller, 32, has been competing for four years. "It's incredible, I can't believe this happened," he said, obviously elated, right after leaving the stage with his trophy.

Miller's main competition in the overall posedown was Lionel Brown, heavyweight champ, and Stan McQuay, light-heavy winner. But Miller just proved to be too strong, as his package of mass and cuts took him over the top.

For a full recap of the contest, read our Blog at

Ottenad Wins Women's Overall

Seventy-nine women took the stage over two days at the Jackie Gleason Theater, but in the end Lora Ottenad finally got her due. Ottenad, who has been competing since 1991, won both the women's heavyweight and overall titles on Saturday night to earn her pro card.

"It feels great," the 43-year-old Ottenad said. "It's been a long time coming."

Ottenad wasn't the only female competitor to earn her way into the professional ranks. Other winners were Jamie Troxel in the lightweights, Lisa Bickels in the middleweights and Debi Lazsweski in the light-heavyweight division.

Villa Nelson Tops in Fitness

Amy Villa Nelson sprung her way to the overall title at the Fitness championships on Saturday night. Nelson also won the middle class to earn her pro card. Nelson, who also won the middle class, won her pro card in only her fifth competition.

"It is an overhelming, 'Wow'," the 32-year-old Nelson said. "It is extremely satisfying. My goal coming in was the overall. And that's what I wanted."

Nicole Duncan, who won the short class, and Liza Hughes (tall) also garnered professionals status.

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