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Rachel Mc Lish became the most successful competitor of the early 1980s. Olympia crown by finishing second to Kike Elomaa in 1981, but regained the title in 1982.
A new major pro contest, the Women's Pro World Championship, was held for the first time in 1981 (won by Lynn Conkwright).
One of the significant differences between the SPA and the IFBB was that while the IFBB was organized and run by men, the SPA was run by women and for women.
Although these early events were regarded as bodybuilding contests, the women wore high-heeled shoes, and did not clench their fists while posing.
Bentley picked up her third consecutive victory in the Frank Zane Invitational on June 28, ahead of Rachel Mc Lish, Lynn Conkwright, Suzy Green, Patsy Chapman, and Georgia Miller Fudge. Olympia (initially known as the "Miss" Olympia), the most prestigious contest for professional female bodybuilders, was held.
Initially, the contest was promoted by George Snyder.
Also in 1980, the American Federation of Women Bodybuilders was also founded, representing a growing awareness of women bodybuilders in America. Southern States, 1988) helped to popularize the federation.As the sport grew, the competitors' level of training gradually increased as did the use of anabolic steroids (most of the competitors in the earliest shows had very little weight training experience or steroid usage), and the sport slowly evolved towards more muscular physiques. With Mc Lish not competing in the big shows, Carla Dunlap took both the Pro World and Ms. Dunlap possessed a more muscular physique than either Mc Lish or Elomaa, and though she never repeated her successes of 1983, she would remain competitive for the rest of the decade.In 1984, a new force emerged in women's bodybuilding.Female bodybuilding originally developed as an outgrowth of not only the late nineteenth-century European vaudeville and circus strongwomen acts, Bernarr Macfadden's turn of the century women's physique competitions, and the weightlifting of Abbye "Pudgy" Stockton, but also as an outgrowth of the men's bodybuilding. In 1978, Mc Ghee organized the first National Women's Physique Championship, along with the short-lived United States Women's Physique Association (USWPA), which he formed to help organize women interested in competing in bodybuilding. On August 18, 1979, promoter George Snyder organized a "female bodybuilding" contest known as The Best in the World contest, which was the first IFBB-sanctioned event for women that awarded prize money to the top finishers, with the winner receiving ,500. Doris Barrilleaux found the Superior Physique Association (SPA) in 1978, the first women's bodybuilding organization run for women and by women.The contest formats of men's events during the 1950s to the mid-1970s had often been supplemented with either a women's beauty contest or bikini show. She also began publishing the SPA News, a newsletter dedicated exclusively to female bodybuilding.
These shows "had little to do with women's bodybuilding as we know it today, but they did serve as beginning or, perhaps more properly, as a doormat for the development of future bodybuilding shows." Physique contests for women date back to at least the 1960s with contests like Miss Physique, Miss Body Beautiful U. SPA disseminated information to women about contests and proper training and dieting.