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Albany’s Pete Williams, 26, poses on stage during the finals for the men’s heavyweight division last weekend in Atlanta at the Georgia State Bodybuilding Championships. Williams, who was competing in the event for the first time, not only walked away as the heavyweight champ, but he was named “Mr. Georgia” — an honor given to the bodybuilder that has the best physique for all weight classes. (Doc Neeley/Special to The Herald)

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‘Pip-squeak’ no more

Albany’s Pete Williams isn’t that little 5-foot-6, 140-pound kid who used to run the halls at Westover and avoid sports like the plague — he’s now the bodybuilding world’s “Mr. Georgia,” and he’s got his eyes firmly focused on becoming “Mr. USA.”

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