The legendary bodybuilder who was most known for his phenomenal physique in the 70s passed away on Sunday at the age of 83 due to health problems.
Keuhn started his bodybuilding journey in 1964 where he placed 26th at the Mr. America contest. But his best achievements were winning the Overall North America (1975) and Overall Masters Mr. America (1977).
Kuehn was a great competitor but perhaps he will be remembered more for his great attitude and passion for the sport.
Kuehn was supposedly confined to a wheelchair for many years before he passed and it was evident his health problems were too much for him.
Most notable bodybuilding accomplishments
- 1964 Mr. Michigan – AAU, Overall Winner
- 1975 Mr. North America – AAU, Overall Winner
- 1975 North American Championships – IFBB, Overall Winner
- 1977 Masters Mr. America – AAU, Overall Winner
Here’s a Facebook post from Lonnie Teper in honor of the legend…
I first heard the news on Sunday, but I wanted to wait a couple of days to see if I could find out any more…
Posted by Lonnie Teper on Tuesday, July 2, 2019
We’d like to extend our condolences to the family and friends of Kent Kuehn for an unfortunate loss of an incredible person. And he will be dearly missed by the bodybuilding community.
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