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Cedric McMillan (born August 17, 1977) is an American IFBB professional bodybuilder and Army Instructor. He is married to Eva Matulessy-McMillan and they have 4 children together, Seven, Isaac, Eli and LeMae. His most recent victory was the 2017 Arnold Classic. In 2015 McMillan was one of the bodybuilders Slate magazine profiled in an article entitled, "Has Gay Panic Ruined Body-building?"
|Born||August 17, 1977|
|Occupation||United States Army Instructor /IFBB Pro Bodybuilder|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (185 cm)|
|2020||Arnold Classic Columbus||6|
|2019||Romania Muscle Fest Pro||1|
|2019||Fitparade Hungary Pro - Grand Prix||1|
|2019||Arnold Classic Australia||2|
|2016||Arnold Classic Australia||2|
|2016||Levrone Pro Classic||1|
|2015||Europa Atlantic City Pro||2|
|2015||Golden State Pro||1|
|2015||Arnold Classic South America||2|
|2013||New York Pro||12|
|2013||FIBO Power Germany||1|
|2012||New York Pro||1|
|2011||Europa Orlando Pro||1|
|2011||New York Pro||11|
|2010||Europa Dallas Pro||4|
|2009||NPC National Championships||1|
|2008||NPC Junior USA Championships||1|
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- Alex (2017-03-05). "Cedric McMillan gewinnt die Arnold Classics 2017!". fitpedia - Fitness News, Medizin, Supplement Review, Nutrition (in German). Retrieved 2017-03-07.
- "Cedric McMillan". FLEX Online. Retrieved 2017-03-07.
- author, Nation News. "Belle finally wins Beckles Classic". www.nationnews.com. Retrieved 2017-03-07.
Ragusea, Adam (2015-04-17). "Has Gay Panic Ruined Bodybuilding?". Slate magazine. Retrieved 2017-03-07.
While McMillan is also hugely muscular by the standards of mere mortals, it’s not so extreme that he looks more like a tank than a Ken doll, as Warren does. McMillan’s competitive edge is the symmetry and balance of his body, the lines of which flow in a way that normal people might identify as “attractive.”
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