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Fedel Clarke


Fedel was born and raised in Jamaica until the age of 10 years old, and in 1972, Fedel’s family packed up and moved to Canada. Around the age of 12, Fedel found his interest in lifting weights and has never looked back. Like many, Fedel started working out at home until he reached high school and was able to train in the high school gym. During high school, Fedel participated in other sports with a focus on playing football competitively. It wasn’t until after his schooling and joining a “real gym” that Fedel discovered bodybuilding. Fedel’s first show was a Level 1 show in 1995, and he continued to compete at the amateur level until 2002, at which time he earned his IFBB pro card.

Fedel currently works as a personal trainer at Body Boomers Fitness Club in Whitby, Ontario. Over the years, he has trained many other bodybuilders who have competed at provincial and national levels, as well as athletes for other various sports such as basketball, football, baseball, and hockey.

Birth Date: August 22, 1962
Birthplace: Jones Town, Kingston, Jamaica
Current Residence: Whitby, Ontario
Height: 5'10"
Weight: Competing, 145 lb.; off-season, 180 lb.

Competition History:
2012 Toronto Pro Show
2011 Toronto Pro Show
2009 Houston Men’s Pro
2009 PBW Championships
2009 Tampa Pro
2009 Iron Man Pro
2008 Europa Show
2008 Atlantic City Pro Show
2007 Montreal Pro Classic
2006 Montreal Pro Classic
2004 Toronto Pro Show
2002 Canadian Nationals – 1st Masters Division 3rd Super-Heavyweight Division; earned pro card
2001 Canadian Nationals – 2nd Masters Division 3rd Super-Heavyweight Division
2000 Canadian Nationals – 3rd Super-Heavyweight Division
2000 North Americans – 6th Super-Heavyweight Division
1999 Canadian Nationals – 2nd Super-Heavyweight Division
1998 Canadian Nationals – 2nd Heavyweight Division
1997 Canadian Nationals – 4th Heavyweight Division
1996 Ontarios (Level 3) – 1st Heavyweight and Overall
1996 South Central (Level 2) – 1st Heavyweight and Overall
1995 Toronto (Level 1) – 1st Heavyweight and Overall