|Nickname "Flyin Ryan"|
Successor Jenny Worth
Name Kelly Ryan
|Active Retired 2005|
Height 5' 3"
Predecessor Susie Curry
|Born July 10, 1972 (age 50) Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S. (1972-07-10) |
Weight (In Season) 110–113 lbs.(Off-season) 119–125 lbs.
Pro-debut NPC Team Universe Fitness Championships, 1998
Best win IFBB Fitness International Champion, 2000
Spouse Craig Titus (m. 2000–2009)
Education University of South Carolina
Similar Craig Titus , Susie Curry , Tom Prince (bodybuilder)
Kelly Ryan 2005 Guest Performance
Kelly Ann Ryan (born July 10, 1972 in Minneapolis, Minnesota) is a former International Federation of BodyBuilders professional fitness competitor.
- Kelly Ryan 2005 Guest Performance
- 1999 kelly ryan ultimate fitness event
- Early life and education
- Personal life
- Legal issues
- Competition history
1999 kelly ryan ultimate fitness event
Early life and education
In 2005, her official website biography said she was a graduate of the University of South Carolina and that her hometown was Greenville, South Carolina.
Her first fitness competition was the NPC South Carolina State in 1995, where she placed first.
She would eventually end up winning eight fitness competitions. Her background and presence in fitness contests made her a familiar face at fitness expositions as well as in fitness magazines.
Ryan placed second for three years (until 2004) in the Fitness Olympia.
She was married to Bodybuilder Craig Titus. In prison she filed for divorce, which became final in December 2009.
On December 14, 2005 the burnt corpse of Melissa James, a woman who was in a sexual relationship with Titus and lived in Ryan and Titus' home, was discovered inside a Jaguar car belonging to Kelly Ryan. The couple went into hiding together and were arrested along with suspected accomplice, Anthony Gross, after a nine-day investigation.
A Nevada prosecutor alleged in open court that Titus was part of a plot to murder three witnesses due to testify in the case. No charges were filed and Titus’ defense lawyer said he didn't think that there was enough evidence for charges in the allegation.
While awaiting trial, in April 2006, Ryan lost her mother to a heart attack said to have been precipitated by stress.
The trial of co-defendant Anthony Gross on arson and accessory to murder charges was separated from the murder trial for Titus and Ryan.
On May 31, 2008, rather than going through a trial, Ryan and Titus pleaded guilty to reduced charges. Ryan plead guilty to one count of arson, entering an Alford plea to one count of battery with a deadly weapon resulting in significant bodily harm. She was sentenced to two consecutive terms of 3–13 years in prison.
On December 23, 2011, the Nevada Parole Board granted Ryan parole on the assault charges. She remained incarcerated to begin serving time for the arson charge. On September 2, 2014, Ryan was denied parole on the second charge. She will be eligible for parole again in October, 2017. Ryan is currently incarcerated at the Florence McClure Women's Correctional Center in Nevada.