|Weight 112 lb|
Height 1.57 m
Name Nicole Nagrani
|Predecessor Sonia Gonzales|
Best win Bikini Olympia, 2011
Successor Nathalia Melo-Wilson
|Born October 29, 1991 (age 24)
Florida, USA (1991-10-29) |
Pro-debut Pro Bodybuilding Weekly Championships, 2010
Nicole nagrani 2011 arnold bikini international prejudging
Nicole Nagrani is an American IFBB Pro fitness and figure competitor (bikini category) and fitness model. She is the winner of 2011 Bikini Olympia.
- Nicole nagrani 2011 arnold bikini international prejudging
- Nicole nagrani after winning the 2010 ifbb pbw tampa pro bikini
- 2013 accident
Nicole nagrani after winning the 2010 ifbb pbw tampa pro bikini
Born to IFBB Pro Figure competitor Kristen Nagrani and Dr. Mark Nagrani, a surgeon from Lucknow, India, Nicole was engaged in sports from an early age and started to compete in fitness at the age of 14. Her first bikini competition was NPC Ft. Lauderdale Cup in 2009 and she got her IFBB Pro Card in 2010, the year IFBB officially recognised the bikini competition category.
She is currently a medical student at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, New York.
On April 11, 2013, Whilst driving her 2009 Porsche SUV, Nicole hit and killed 78-year-old Leona E. Daniluk as she tried to walk across the road at Ridgewood Avenue at White Place, Port Orange. Police said the driver, Nicole Nagrani, took her eyes off the road to answer a cell phone call when she struck Leona Daniluk, 78, as she crossed the street. Nagrani's attorney said her phone had fallen and she tried to retrieve it. Nagrani was given a ticket for $166 for failing to yield to a pedestrian Nagrani also refused to take a blood test. Nagrani opted not to show up in court. A family member of Daniluk attended Monday's hearing. He said Nagrani should have been there to face the judge for her actions. "Shame on you for not showing up. That's basically saying you're a coward," family member Michael Melnicoff said. The Porsche Nagrani she was driving was owned by Dr. Mark Nagrani. His insurance company settled with Daniluk's family for $255,000.