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Jessica Hiatt Shrewsbury, Massachusetts Stats: 37 • 114 lb • 5’3” Gig: Medical physicist/medical sales

Wrist Reminder. At 5 feet 3 inches tall, Jessica Hiatt may not be the tallest WNBF pro Bikini and Figure competitor, but what she lacks in height, she more than makes up for in fighting spirit. “I have a tattoo on my wrist to remind me to be strong: And though she be but little, she is fierce,” she reveals.

The medical physicist turned software salesperson has been working out regularly since 2004 and prefers to train first thing in the morning five days per

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