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Bodybuilding star Ryan Terry set to stun Stratford shoppers

PUBLISHED: 16:00 24 August 2018

Bodybuilder Ryan Terry will visit Westfield Stratford City tomorrow. Picture: USN

Bodybuilder Ryan Terry will visit Westfield Stratford City tomorrow. Picture: USN

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A former plumber who became one of Britain’s most successful bodybuilders will visit Westfield Stratford City tomorrow.

'Your shoelace is untied'. Picture: USN'Your shoelace is untied'. Picture: USN

Seven years ago Ryan Terry was pumping iron around shifts on construction sites.

Now he’s a two-time winner of the Arnold Classic and runner-up at Mr Olympia, the two most prestigious bodybuilding contests in the world. His chiselled features have graced the front pages of famous fitness magazines such as Men’s Health.

Ahead of this year’s Mr Olympia contest in Las Vegas, Ryan will meet fans at health food chain Holland & Barrett in Westfield Stratford City.

He’ll sign autographs and pose for photos between 3pm and 7pm, all to flog protein supplements.

Ryan, from Sheffield, also acts as an ‘ambassador’ for nutrition brand USN.

Their marketing manager, Chris Sweeney, said: “Ryan is such a respected name in the industry and I’m sure that he will be a big hit with fans.”

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