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  1. NOTE: the event will be live streamed!


    More good news for the Bodybuilding and Fitness supporters worldwide: next edition Olympia Amateur Spain, held in Marbella (Málaga), from 10th to 12th June will be offered, by IFBB TV, in live, through video streaming.

    Over 350 athletes are expected in this international event that will starts, on Friday, June 10th, with weight-in and registration, on the venue site, and will offer two days of great sport action, from Saturday, 11th, to Sunday 12th.

    Competition will start, on IFBB TV, from 10:00 am, Saturday, 11th; with the first discipline -Women´s Bodyfitness Short class- and will continue, during the whole day, until last category in the program: Men´s Bodybuilding Heavyweight, up to 100 kg. This Saturday´ session will offer disciplines such as Bodyfitness (Short Class), Men´s Physique, Bikini Fitness, Classic Bodybuilding and Men´s Bodybuilding.

    For Sunday 12th, the closing session, we can follow, in video streaming, the other categories, such as Men´s Bodybuilding (Super Heavyweight), Bodyfitness (Tall Class), Classic Bodybuilding, Men´s Physique (Muscular) and Bikini Fitness; plus all the overall competition.


  2. IFBB.com previews the bikini classes http://www.ifbb.com/2016/06/2016-olympia-amateur-spain-who-is-who/



    Bikini up to 160 cm: one superstar: 2015 South American Championships overall winner and 2016 Arnold USA 5th place winner Giannina Lujan-Ripoll (Peru). Then two finalists of the last year’s Olympia Spain: Leyri Blanco (3rd – Spain) and Zuzana Gabriskova (6th – Slovakia). Recently, Gabriskova finished 3rd at the IFBB Diamond Cup in Zilina, ahead of Andrea Neumannova (Slovakia) who also will be in Marbella. Then, 2015 Olympia Liverpool 3rd place winner Dóra Bodó (Hungary). Nice group of rising stars.

    Bikini up to 163 cm: similar situation like in the previous class: one superstar: 2016 European champion Rocio Lopez (Spain) and several challengers like 2016 Arnold Africa 4th place winner Linda Illerstam (Sweden), 2015 Arnold Europe top 10 Laura Rodriguez (Spain), 2016 Loaded Cup 3rd place winner Daniela Halás (Czech Republic) or European Championships semifinalist Cristobalina Pajares (Spain). Altogether 14 athletes.

    Bikini up to 166 cm: three great stars with equal potentials: last year’s Olympia Spain and Arnold Europe winner Ekaterina Krasavina (Russia), 2015 South American champion Eliana Medina (Venezuela) and 2014 Arnold Europe winner Frida Sjöström (Sweden). Krasavina also performed very well at the 2016 Arnold USA (3rd place) while Sjöström and both of them won a big international competition, so both of them may win in Marbella. Moldavian star and former European Championships medal winner Svetlana Lenivteva was not so impressive in Santa Susanna (10th place) and will want to return to the medal zone this time. But there will also be two successful competitors from the latest IFBB Diamond Cup in Zilina: the winner Federica Gobbetti (Italy) and 3rd place finisher Evgeniia Krasnova (Russia). Will they be successful in the battle against more experienced champions?

    Bikini up to 169 cm: three finalists of the latest IFBB Diamond Cup in Zilina: runner-up Nikol Raszyková    (Czech Republic), 3rd place winner Jana Milova (Slovakia) and 4th position finisher Svetlana Elina (Russia). Plus finalist of the 2015 Arnold Europe Matilde Biagini (Italy), finalist of the recent European Championships Evita Breide (Spain) and finalist of the 2015 Olympia Prague Ewelina Szala (Poland). Many rising stars of the similar sport quality, so every result is possible.

    Bikini up to 172 cm: the next top meet of 2015 World Championships runner-up Marina Krause (Germany) and 2016 European champion Saskia Cakoci (Slovakia). Quite recently Krause placed 2nd at the Arnold Africa in Johannesburg and Cakoci won the overall title in Zilina, at the IFBB Diamond Cup. Who will occur better in this clash of two megastars? Moreover, there are other serious candidates for the final victory: 2015 Arnold Europe winner and finalist of the World and European Championships Ekaterina Lapteva (Russia). May dream about the victory as well. Last year’s Olympia Spain winner Daniela Bečková (Czech Republic). Why not to win once again? Helga Stibi (Ireland) was 3rd last year in Spain and successfully started this season with 4th place in Columbus, Ohio, 4th place at the European Championships and 2nd place at the IFBB Diamond Cup in Zilina, losing only to the future overall winner Sandra Cakoci. She was so many times “almost” the winner, so why not to win this time? Nicole Tovey (Bermuda) will come across the Atlantic Ocean to display her great potentials. He was 3rd at the Arnold USA in Columbus earlier this year. So many stars in one category! Not so often we can see such group of stars,

    Bikini over 172 cm: one girl seems to be a favorite: 2015 Olympia Liverpool winner and 2016 European Championships runner-up Catharina Wahl (Norway); however, she used to compete in the up to 172 cm class, being measured 171,8 cm tall. This time she has been entered in the tallest class. Official measurement in Marbella will clear this situation. If she qualifies to this class, her main opponents will be: former world junior champion and bronze medal winner at the latest European Championships and Diamond Cup in Zilina Yevheniia Suprun (Ukraine), European Championships finalist Szandra Horváth (Hungary) as well as 2015 Olympia Moscow runner-up Elena Isupova (Russia). Also two rising stars from Spain: Jagienka Kaminska-Maria and Arlene Perez. Wahl may be considered the favorite but the others may have an appetite for the final victory also.



  3. The preliminary competitor lists are up at http://ifbbspain.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1736%3Alistados-olympia-amateur-spain&catid=38%3Adestacadas&Itemid=35

    1. Dóra Bodó Hungary 
    2. Azzurra Sansone Italy 
    3. Stefania Finessi Italy 
    4. Ana Tapu Moldova 
    5. Giannina Lujan-Ripoll Peru 
    6. Ana Sousa Portugal 
    7. Zuzana Gabriskova Slovakia 
    8. Andrea Neumannova Slovakia 
    9. Veronica Bastos Spain 
    10. Adriana Rico Spain 
    11. Leyri Blanco Spain
    12. Virginia Banco Spain
    13. Georgi Lewis UK


    1. Daniela Halás Czech Republic 
    2. Tatiana Naddennaia Czech Republic 
    3. Norma Valls Denmark 
    4. Kadiani Pateraki Greece 
    5. Karina Gavrikova Hungary 
    6. Marika Cordini Italy 
    7. Ginna Pedros Spain 
    8. Laura Benasques Spain 
    9. Laura Rodriguez Spain 
    10. Monica Diaz Spain 
    11. Rocio Lopez Spain 
    12. Cristobalina Pajares Spain
    13. Linda Illerstam Sweden 
    14. Malin Johansson Sweden


    1. Eleni-Maria Strati Greece 
    2. Veronica Awad Italy 
    3. Federica Gobbetti Italy 
    4. Aurelia Bissoli Italy 
    5. Svetlana Lenivteva Moldova 
    6. Chelsea Croad New Zealand 
    7. Katarzyna Maliszewska Poland 
    8. Evgeniia Krasnova Russia 
    9. Ekaterina Krasavina Russia 
    10. Jenny Alcantara Spain 
    11. Marta Almendros Spain
    12. Frida Sjöström Sweden 
    13. Eliana Medina Venezuela


    1. Daniela Zaharieva Bulgaria 
    2. Valerie Peršina Czech Republic 
    3. Nikol Raszyková Czech Republic 
    4. Sabrina Alberelli France 
    5. Jocelyne Hoimian Germany 
    6. Elis Naumanis Ireland 
    7. Monika Kotecka Ireland 
    8. Matilde Biagini Italy 
    9. Aurora Giglio Italy 
    10. Ewelina Szala Poland 
    11. Svetlana Elina Russia 
    12. Jana Milova Slovakia 
    13. Elena Alamo Spain 
    14. Evita Breide Spain 
    15. Isabel Aguilar Spain 
    16. Tayri Rodriguez Spain


    1. Nicole Tovey Bermuda 
    2. Daniela Bečková Czech Republic 
    3. Marina Krause Germany 
    4. Rita Major Hungary 
    5. Helga Stibi Ireland 
    6. Veronica Mancini Italy 
    7. Alessia Facchin Italy 
    8. Simona Renzetti Italy 
    9. Ekaterina Lapteva Russia 
    10. Alena Yarovan Russia 
    11. Saskia Cakoci Slovakia 
    12. Laila Boussaid Spain 
    13. Lorena Sanchez Spain 
    14. Natalia Espinar Spain
    15. Alla Meijer UK


    1. Aliaksandra Popova Belarus 
    2. Katharina Asal Germany 
    3. Szandra Horváth Hungary 
    4. Catharina Wahl Norway 
    5. Elena Isupova Russia 
    6. Arlene Perez Spain 
    7. Jagienka Kaminska-Maria Spain
    8. Yevheniia Suprun Ukraine


    1. Nicole Tovey Bermuda 
    2. Nikol Raszyková Czech Republic
    3. Georgia Tsami Greece 
    4. Elisa Falzoni Italy 
    5. Daniela Falzaroni Italy 
    6. Natalia Shishkina Italy 
    7. Aurelia Bissoli Italy 
    8. Anna Kisielewicz Poland 
    9. Rocio Pedrero Spain 
    10. Ana Lia Hernandez Spain 
    11. Irene Gutierrez Spain 
    12. Sara Diaz Spain 
    13. Maria del Mar Martin Spain
    14. Frida Sjöström Sweden 
    15. Nucia Freitas Samo Switzerland
    16. Liz Richardson UK


    1. Mari Tarkmanian Cyprus 
    2. Michaela Bílková Czech Republic 
    3. Petra Štruncová Czech Republic 
    4. Roberta Visintainer Italy 
    5. Agnese Donati Italy 
    6. Lisbeth Hjartholm Norway 
    7. Karolina Mieszala Poland 
    8. Joana Pereira Portugal 
    9. Sílvia Lourenço Portugal 
    10. Irina Topoleva Russia 
    11. Nieves Lopez Spain 
    12. Maria Bozinovska Spain 
    13. Timea Zobakova Spain 
    14. Maria Mas Delgado Spain 
    15. Patricia Martinez Spain 
    16. Pilar Rojas Spain
    17. Pia Jansson Sweden


    1. Gergana Zaharieva Bulgaria 
    2. Barbara Lorenzetto Italy 
    3. Manuela De Simone Italy 
    4. Giusy Dezio Italy 
    5. Lesley Barents Netherlands 
    6. Eline Klijnstra Netherlands 
    7. Raquel Arranz Spain 
    8. Maria Perez Spain 
    9. Yurena Navarro Spain 
    10. Laura Veiguela Spain 
    11. Cristina Almansa Spain


    1. Alexandre Bozonet France 
    2. Aristide Mbomni Tiam Germany 
    3. Vincenzo Amatuzzi Italy 
    4. Gennaro Angelillo Italy 
    5. Emanuele Vezzola Italy 
    6. Sandro Brocca Italy 
    7. Ramon Moraga Spain 
    8. Manuel Soto Spain


    1. Rohid Razban Denmark 
    2. Sokratis Koukoulis Greece 
    3. Anastasios Misailidis Greece 
    4. Fausto Tondo Italy 
    5. Alex Zuccaro Italy 
    6. Artur Szudrowicz Poland 
    7. Abdulmuneim Al Mutlaq Qatar 
    8. Mohammed Al Dossari Qatar 
    9. Nour El Felyly Spain 
    10. Alberto Corrales Spain 
    11. Rafael Beltran Spain 
    12. Maximiliano Rodriguez Spain 
    13. Esteban Vara Spain 
    14. Jorge Fernandez Spain


    1. Stefano Valsecchi Italy 
    2. Roderick Theuma Malta 
    3. Mariusz Balazinski Poland 
    4. Rui Rodrigues Portugal 
    5. Rogério Barradas Portugal 
    6. Mohammed Al Naama Qatar 
    7. Norbert Zajac Slovakia 
    8. Sento Olombrada Spain 
    9. Anselmo Cortado Spain 
    10. Pedro Ortega Spain
    11. Andriy Sharapov Ukraine


    1. Giorgio Santini Italy 
    2. Gilberto Vigliotta Italy 
    3. Pascal Chuckwu Netherlands 
    4. Grego Franciscka Netherlands 
    5. Dan Cristea Romania 
    6. Viktor Simkin Russia 
    7. Jorge Zamorano Spain 
    8. Jonathan Quintero Spain 
    9. Lorenzo Fernandez Spain 
    10. Jose Lopez Spain 
    11. Cesar Borja Spain 
    12. Carlos Espuelas Span
    13. Samir Troudi Sweden 
    14. Neriman Arkawazi Switzerland


    1. Simon Decubber Belgium 
    2. Georgi Karamishev Bulgaria 
    3. Avraam Kyriacou Cyprus 
    4. Jakub Šedivý Czech Republic 
    5. Ludovic Bogaert France 
    6. Athanasios Attilakos Greece 
    7. Luigi Quinto Italy 
    8. Gilberto Ciriello Italy 
    9. Igor Brembilla Italy 
    10. Marco Romano Italy 
    11. Tomasz Bobrowski Poland 
    12. César de Araújo Portugal 
    13. Abdelwadoud Bayoumi Qatar 
    14. Juan Alberto Machado Spain 
    15. Luis Llorente Spain 
    16. Jorge Aunion Spain 
    17. David Pozzi Spain


    1. Andre Dufrasness Belgium 
    2. Venelin Velikov Bulgaria 
    3. Krasimir Sarafov Bulgaria 
    4. Hassan Jama Canada 
    5. Jan Turek Czech Republic 
    6. Radek Čejka Czech Republic 
    7. Sergio Fernandez Dominican Republic 
    8. Mohamad El Masri Greece 
    9. Matteo Innocenti Italy 
    10. Fabio Petruio Italy 
    11. Marco Lucacci Italy 
    12. Ole K. Våga Norway 
    13. Emil Kalenski Poland 
    14. Raul Maghiar Romania 
    15. Ivan Vodyanov Russia
    16. Lukas Gabris UK


    1. Artur Arutiunian Armenia 
    2. Omar Obino Italy 
    3. Francisco Ramalho Portugal 
    4. Urs Zumstein Switzerland


    1. Antonio Ludovico Italy 
    2. Aniello Terracciano Italy 
    3. Rafal Domin Poland 
    4. Radoslaw Smyk Poland 
    5. Artur Topolewski Poland 
    6. Omar Al Den Qatar 
    7. Enrique Marquez Spain 
    8. Francisco Lozano Spain 
    9. Josep Mayoral Spain 
    10. Abdul Chakhmani Spain 
    11. Francisco Vazquez Spain
    12. Patrik Kasra Sweden


    1. Kevork Tutunjian Armenia 
    2. Vitali Champalov Belarus 
    3. Constantinos Koutras Cyprus 
    4. Jacek Malagocki Ireland 
    5. Bagah Essowedeou Ireland 
    6. Besnik Beqiri Italy 
    7. Abbas Karaki Lebanon 
    8. Michal Zadlo Poland 
    9. Aramis Borradori Qatar 
    10. Abdullah Al Allaq Qatar 
    11. Lepomir Bakic Serbia 
    12. Boris Palovic Slovakia 
    13. Davorin Kejžar Slovenia 
    14. Benito Ruiz Spain 
    15. Moises Lopez Spain 
    16. Carlos Bermudez Spain 
    17. Antonio De La Torre Spain 
    18. Vicente Novel Spain 
    19. Prudencio Roldan Spain
    20. Mojtaba Nourizad Sweden


    1. Jakub Slavkovský Czech Republic 
    2. Paolo Sgro’ Italy 
    3. Jacek Ratusznik Poland 
    4. Matej Križnik Slovenia 
    5. Pablo Rojo Spain 
    6. Cristian Perez Spain 
    7. Jose Perez Spain


    1. Panos Plangesis Czech Republic 
    2. Davide Alippi Italy 
    3. Andrea Bertelloni Italy 
    4. Rinat Usupbaev Kyrgyzstan 
    5. Andrea Frascari Moldova 
    6. Fábio Ferreira Portugal 
    7. Luis Postiga Portugal 
    8. Tiago Rebelo Portugal
    9. Fábio da Silva Portugal 
    10. Filipe Teixeira Portugal 
    11. Gurnek Singh Portugal 
    12. Yousuf Al Malki Qatar 
    13. Omar Al Ishaq Qatar 
    14. Jabor Al Kuwari Qatar 
    15. Mourad Sabbouhi Qatar 
    16. Riko Cetin Slovenia 
    17. Jose Caballero Spain 
    18. Angel Lazaro Garcia Spain 
    19. Jesus Perez Spain
    20. Miguel Rodriguez Spain 
    21. Santiago Armas Spain 
    22. Savo Jacovic Spain 
    23. Sergio Gonzalez Spain 
    24. Jesus Gonzalez Spain 
    25. Francisco Sanchez Spain 
    26. Aitor Garcia Spain 
    27. Juan Salomon Spain 
    28. Diego Lizarraga Spain


    1. Michael Deryck Belgium 
    2. Andrea Torrone Italy 
    3. Paolo Rinaldi Italy 
    4. Dennis Johansen Norway 
    5. António Ramalho Portugal 
    6. André Alves Portugal 
    7. Nelson Fernandes Portugal 
    8. Ammar Shlash Qatar 
    9. Abdulrahman Al Jassim Qatar 
    10. Alberto Soler Spain 
    11. Borja Diz Camarero Spain 
    12. Enrique Gutierrez Spain 
    13. Lucas Parron Spain


    1. Ishkhan Sedrakyan Armenia 
    2. Lukas Macek Czech Republic 
    3. Maxime Parisi France 
    4. Adrien Dubuisson France 
    5. Benedikt Lukas Germany 
    6. Alessandro D’amuri Italy 
    7. Andrea Mosti Italy 
    8. Dario Loda Italy 
    9. Luca Palazzolo Italy 
    10. Petter Grønningsaeter Norway 
    11. Krzysztof Krauze Poland 
    12. Flavio Martins Portugal 
    13. Helder Marinho Portugal 
    14. Mohammed Saleh Qatar 
    15. Taregh Al Maraghi Qatar 
    16. Hussain Baker Qatar 
    17. Robert Kohut Slovakia 
    18. Alberto Hiciano Spain 
    19. David Fillol Spain 
    20. Carlos Abarca Spain 
    21. Ivan Martinez Spain 
    22. Jonathan Bueno Spain 
    23. Jose Martinez Spain 
    24. Javier Suarez Spain 
    25. Bjorn Leidl Spain
    26. Daniel Djurdjevic Sweden 
    27. Valentino Martignetti Switzerland


    1. Sami Hamidi Cyprus 
    2. Demetris Patsalos Cyprus 
    3. Ondřej Kmošťak Czech Republic 
    4. Petr Jaroš Czech Republic 
    5. Marco Foti Italy
    6. Leonardo Piacentini Italy 
    7. Marco Acquistapace Italy 
    8. Andrea Santoro Italy 
    9. Matteo Tincani Italy 
    10. Valentino Soekha Netherlands 
    11. Mateusz Bobrowski Poland 
    12. Carlos Antunes Portugal 
    13. Abdulaziz Al Siwar Qatar 
    14. Mateusz Bobrowski Poland 
    15. Nikolay Kuleshov Russia 
    16. Aleksandr Timofeev Russia 
    17. Julian Laserna Spain 
    18. Adrian Bouso Spain 
    19. Alberto Gonzalez Spain 
    20. Feydher Perez Spain
    21. Ruben Martin Spain 
    22. Miguel Garcia Spain 
    23. Peter Rothwell Spain
    24. Aso Ramazani Sweden 
    25. Marko Savic Sweden


    1. Valentino Tozzi Italy 
    2. Fábio Rodrigues Portugal 
    3. Virgílio Costa Portugal 
    4. Kenneth Guevara Spain 
    5. Ivan Martin Spain 
    6. Norberto Benitez Spain

  4. A short preview on IFBB.com //



    by Andrew Michalak
    In the recent 2 weeks IFBB visited 3 continents: Europe (Diamond Cup in Zilina, Slovakia), Asia (50th Asian Championships in Beijing, China) and Africa (Arnold Classic Africa in Johannesburg, South Africa). Now we will be back in Europe, visiting Marbella, Spain, to take part in the Olympia Amateur Europe (June 11-12, 2016). If you want to be present at all these events, you will cover the distance of 26,771 km (16,634 mi)!

    Marbella is a popular Mediterranean resort at the Costa del Sol, located between Alicante and the Strait of Gibraltar. It is famous of its nice year long weather, beautiful beaches and sky scrapers, including 434 hotels and… Palacio de Congresos Adolfo Suárez which will be the venue site for this event.

    This year’s Olympia Spain will be the 2nd edition of this event. Based on the last year’s attendance and popularity, women’s bikini-fitness has been expended from 4 to 6 categories and muscular men’s physique category has been added (IFBB started it from the beginning of this year). So, this year’s Olympia Spain will be bigger (22 categories) and will attract more athletes (nearly 340).

    Since the competition is open for all IFBB-affiliated National Federations from all over the world, 38 countries from 5 continents (Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America) registered their teams.

    Olympia Amateur Spain program includes the following divisions and categories:
    – Men’s Bodybuilding: 70 kg, 80 kg, 85 kg, 90 kg, 100 kg, +100 kg
    – Men’s Classic Bodybuilding: 171 cm, 175 cm, 180 cm, +180 cm
    – Men’s Physique: 170 cm, 174 cm, 178 cm, +180 cm
    – Muscular Men’s Physique: open
    – Women’s Bikini-Fitness: 160 cm, 163 cm, 166 cm, 169 cm, 172 cm, +172 cm
    – Master Women’s Bikini-Fitness: open

    The frame of the activity:
    June 10th (Friday), from 10:00 to 20:00 – Official Athletes Registration (the venue)
    June 11th (Saturday), from 10:00 (one continuous session):
    – Men’s bodybuilding: 70 kg, 80 kg, 85 kg, 100 kg
    – Women’s bodyfitness: up to 163 cm
    – Men’s physique: 170 cm, 178 cm
    – Women’s bikini-fitness: 160 cm, 166 cm, 172 cm, masters
    – Men’s classic bodybuilding: 171 cm, 180 cm

    June 12th (Sunday), from 10:00 (one continuous session):
    – Men’s bodybuilding: 90 kg, over 100 kg
    – Women’s bodyfitness: over 163 cm
    – Men’s classic bodybuilding: 175 cm, over 180 cm
    – Women’s bikini-fitness: 163 cm; 169 cm, over 172 cm
    – Men’s physique: 174 cm, over 178 cm, muscular

    The stars? Many of top IFBB international contests winners decided to compete in Marbella. To mention biggest ones: 2016 Arnold USA bodybuilding
    100 kg class sensational winner Avraam Kyriacou (Cyprus), 2016 IFBB Diamond Cup super-heavyweight revelation Jan Turek (Czech Republic), two current European champions: Rafael Beltram (80 kg) and Pascal Chukwu (Netherlands), former world classic bodybuilding champion Viktor Simkin (Russia), 2015 European bikini-fitness champion and Diamond Cup overall winner Saskia Cakoci (Slovakia), South American bikini-fitness stars: Eliana Medina (Venezuela) and Giannina Lujan-Ripoll (Per), 2015 Olympia Spain bodyfitness champion winner Maria Bozinovska (Spain). Current European men’s physique champion Dennis Johansen (Norway), 2014 Arnold Europe men’s physique champion Alberto Hiciano (Spain), 2016 Diamond Cup men’s physique overall winner Ondřej Kmošťak (Czech Republic).

  5. Finally some results from the AC amateur South Africa //


    M. Johannesburg hosted an outstanding 1st. edition of the Arnold Classic South Africa, where we discovered a new set of amateur athletes that reached the glory, winning in their respective overall sport disciplines.


    Leaded by fantastic south african athlete, Earl Abrahams -from Western Province- winner in Bodybuilding up to 100 kg. and in the overall category; the other stars in this Arnold Classic edition were the next:


    Bodybuilding: Earl Abrahams (South Africa)
    Men´s Physique: Abdel Al Qusai (Jordan)
    Classic Bodybuilding: Joe Manjoo (South Africa)
    Bikini: Frida Paulsen (Sweden)
    Fitness: Claire McGrath (Ireland)
    Bodyfitness: Odette de Winaar (South Africa)
    Women´s Physique: Margitta Zamolova (Czech Republic)


    Other interesting athletes who won their respective divisions, according the age, were as follows:


    Bikini: Chanel Erwee (South Africa)
    Bodybuilding: Elbey Chamseddine (Belgium)
    Classic BB: Devin Stewart (South Africa)
    Men´s Physique: Abdel Al Qusai (Jordan)


    Bikini: Elsa Pena (Portugal)
    Bodybuilding: Ahmad Al-Jaafeen (Jordan)
    Men´s Physique: Luis Cunha (Portugal)



  6. Results // Toronto Pro Supershow

    Photos available at www.muscle-insider.com, no good comparison photos up yet tho.

    Men's BB -212 TOP 5

    1. Alejandro Cambronero
    2. Zane Watson
    3. Kim Jun Ho
    4. Mark Dugdale

    Men's open BB, TOP 5

    1. Nathan De Asha
    2. Maxx Charles
    3. Fouad Abiad
    4. Ben Pakulski


    Women's fitness, TOP 5

    1. Ariel Khadr
    2. Myriam Capes
    3. Dominique Matthews
    4. Stacy Dawn
    5. Jeanine Taddeo


    Women's figure, TOP 5

    1. Swann De La Rosa
    2. Julie Peterson
    3. Krista Dunn
    4. Melanie Noel


    Women's bikini, TOP 5

    1. Jennifer Ronzitti
    2. Anya Ells
    3. Dayna Maleton
    4. Angie Garcia
    5. Cynthia Benoit

  7. New event added - IFBB amateur Olympia Jordan, in Aman, 17th - 19th November.



    Some days before II edition of Olympia Amateur Spain, in Marbella (Málaga), next 10th to 12th June; IFBB is proud to announce a new event for this 2016 season: the 1st. Olympia Amateur Jordan, in Aman, next 17th to 19th november.

    For the first time in Jordan (Middle East), the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness (IFBB) and company KABS Fitfactory are responsible to bring one of the most prestigious bodybuilding events to the country. The Olympia Amateur Jordan will include the next male disciplines: Bodybuilding, Classic Bodybuilding and Men´s Physique, and it will be celebrated 2 weeks after Olympia Amateur World Showdown (Moscow; Rusia), and 1 week after IFBB World Fitness Championships that will be held in Byalistok (Poland).

    More information, coming soon in www.ifbb.com and www.kabsfitfactory.com