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2016. WORLD BODYBUILDING LEGEND INNAR MARDO.
INNAR MARDO – THE HEART OF ESTONIA BODYBUILDING.
During the long lasting history of Estonia bodybuilding there were no more so High Bodybuilding Personalities, so skilled organizers and trainers as INNAR MARDO.
INNAR MARDO started his International activities with the prestigeous „Georg Tenno Memorial“ competitions. During his life he became very Professional in this sport. Together with the contemporary President of the WFF-WBBF (World Fitness Federation, World Body Building Federation) International Federation DSc. EDMUNDAS DAUBARAS, INNAR MARDO was for many years in contact with all main World‘s Bodybuilding Leaders such as BEN WEIDER, OSCAR HEIDENSTAM, SERGE NUBRET.
WORLD HISTORIC CONTEST „AMBER PRIX INTERNATIONAL“.
Representing Estonia INNAR MARDO was the Head of all National Teams to the World‘s Oldest Tradinional Bodybuilding Contest – the „Amber Prix International“ (1968-2016).
During the twenty years of prohibition and prosecution of Bodybuilding Sport in the Socialist Countries and the USSR, the „Amber Prix International“ was the unofficial World Bodybuilding Championship of the Socialist Countries and the Bodybuilding Championship of the USSR (see in various languages more information on the International Internet Site www.wff.lt main page and forum topics „World Bodybuilding History. How it was in real“ and also in the Official WFF-WBBF International Magazine „Sport of Fitness and Bodybuilding“, Issues No. 28,33,34).
NATIONAL FEDERATION WFF-WBBF ESTONIA.
Ending the nineties of the last Century INNAR MARDO was very active in the work of the WFF-WBBF International. At that time the National Federation WFF-WBBF Estonia was set and registered officially. INNAR MARDO was the first President of the National Federation WFF-WBBF Estonia.
In 2001 INNAR MARDO was one of the main organizers of the WFF-WBBF Europe Championship in the capital Estonia City of Tallinn.
After unexpectidly early INNAR MARDO passed away the Estonians use to organize anual „Innar Mardo Memorial“ Contest.