Juliette Bergman inducted into the IFBB Hall of Fame.
Female bodybuilding legend, Ms. Juliette Bergman was inducted into the IFBB Bodybuilding Hall of Fame during the 2019 IFBB Congress held in Fujairah, UAE last November.
IFBB President Dr. Rafael Santonja presented Juliette with the award.
Juliette is a legend of the sport and she has won practically every major award in female bodybuilding.
Juliette established herself as the best female amateur bodybuilder in the world in 1985 when she won the Lightweight class at the IFBB European Championships and IFBB World Amateur Championships. These impressive results earned her the IFBB Pro card.
In 2001, after not competing for 12 years, Juliette returned the to stage and defeated Iris Kyle to win the 2001 Ms. Olympia overall and lightweight title. In 2002 and 2003, Juliette won the lightweight Olympia title, but lost the overall title to Lenda Murray.
Another memorable victory for Juliette was winning the 1986 IFBB Pro World Championship mixed pairs title with Tony Pearson.
Juliette is still a very active member within the IFBB. Since 2009, she became president of the IFBB in the Netherlands (Dutch Bodybuilding and Fitness Federation), director IFBB Thailand, a member of the IFBB executive council, and chairwoman of the EBFF fitness committee.
Her knowledge of the sport is very valuable when it comes to judging and when giving advice on the presentation of athletes in regards to posing and contest prep.
Evolutionofbodybuilding.net would like to congratulate our very close friend Juliette for this great honor that is greatly deserved.
1982 Ms. Randstad – 1st (LW)
1982 Twentse Open Championship – 1st (LW)
1983 Ms. Elegance – 2ndȚ
1983 Dutch Grand Prix – 3rd
1983 Davina Challenge Cup – 3rd
1983 Gold Cup – 2nd
1983 Dutch Championships – 3rd
1984 Dutch Grand Prix – 2nd
1984 IFBB European Championships – 7th (LW)
1984 Dutch Championships – 1st (LW & Overall)
1985 Dutch Championships – 1st (LW & Overall)
1985 IFBB European Championships – 1st (LW)
1985 IFBB World Amateur Championships – 1st (LW)
1985 IFBB Ms. Olympia – 15th
1986 IFBB Pro World Championship – 1st
1986 IFBB Pro World Championship mixed pairs (with Tony Pearson) – 1st
1986 Ms. International – 2nd
1986 Los Angeles Pro Championship – 2nd
1986 IFBB Ms. Olympia – 6th
1986 IFBB Pro World Championship – 7th
1986 IFBB Pro World Mixed Pairs – 2nd
1987 IFBB Ms. Olympia – 9th
1988 IFBB Pro World Championship – Disqualified
1988 IFBB Ms. Olympia – 13th
1989 IFBB Pro World Championship – 15th
2001 IFBB Ms. Olympia – 1st (LW & Overall)
2002 IFBB Ms. Olympia – 1st (LW)
2003 IFBB Ms. Olympia – 1st (LW)