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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

           Gerry Armstrong just got back from the International Kegel Competition (IKC) Fall Classic, where he walked away with the coveted Ratten König Prize. This award, which is given to only one kegeler annually, is named for the Königs who were from European Royal Families in former times. Kegeling, although not directly related to pelvic muscle exercises, is nevertheless a demanding sport requiring strength, endurance and control.

           In addition to being named the 2002 Ratten König, Armstrong drove away with the only Cucurbita Maxima Trophy also awarded this year. (See photos). Although exhausted from the competition and the grueling return trip to his altitude training facility, he has just announced that he is giving serious consideration to turning semipro in the Spring.

 

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