2022 OQS Standings | IFBB PRO (2023)

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Updated August 29, 2022

MR. OLYMPIA

QUALIFIED (24)
Nick Walker (USA)
Nathan De Asha (UK)
Mamdouh Elssbiay (Egypt)
Brandon Curry (USA)
Hadi Choopan (Iran)
Hunter Labrada (USA)
Shaun Clarida (USA)
Regan Grimes (Canada)
Samson Dauda (UK)
Rafael Brandao (Brazil)
Angel Calderon Frias (Spain)
Joel Thomas (USA)
William Bonac (Netherlands)
Blessing Awodibu (Ireland)
Charles Griffen (USA)
Mohamed Shabaan (Egypt)
Hassan Mostafa (Egypt)
Mohammad Alnsoor (Jordan)
Vitor Boff (Brazil)
Andrea Presti (Italy)
Iain Valliere (Canada)
Antoine Vaillant (Canada)
Akim Williams (USA)
Chinedu Andrew Obiekea (USA)

POINTS

Theo Leguerrier (France), 28
Justin Rodriguez (USA), 26
Andrea Muzi (Italy), 26
Steve Kuclo (USA), 24
Quinton Eriya (Canada), 19
Maxx Charles (USA), 16
Tonio Burton (USA), 14
Emir Omeragic (Germany), 13
Vladyslav Sukhoruchko (Ukraine), 10
Jonas Giatras (USA), 10
Tim Budasheim (Germany), 10
Kamal Elgargni (Libya), 10
William Martins (Brazil), 9
Petar Klancir (Croatia), 8
Phil Clahar (USA), 8
Roelly Winklaar (Curacao), 7
Joseph Seeman (Canada), 7
Thiago Lins Adao (Brazil), 7
Martin Fitzwater (USA), 7
Patrick Johnson (Denmark), 6
Eiren Gauley (Canada), 6
Dorian Haywood (USA), 6
Joseph Mackey (USA), 6
Krystian Wolski (Poland), 5
Sergio Oliva, Jr (USA), 5
Behrooz Tabani Abarghani (Iran), 5
Eric Salazar (USA), 5
Stan de Longeaux (USA), 5
Slovaj Bednar (Czech Republic), 5
Seungchul Lee (South Korea), 5
Wellington Fernado Baptiste (Brazil), 4
Dani Kaganovich (Israel), 3
Sibusisi Kotelo (South Africa), 3
Hossein Kalateh (Canada), 3
Mohamed El Emam (Egypt), 2
Diogo Nunes (Portugal), 2
Bruno Oliveira Santos (Brazil), 2
Mohamed El Fatah Hassan (Egypt), 1
Eduardo Rodriguez (Paraguay), 1
Brent Swansen (USA), 1
Hwang Shin (South Korea), 1
Douglas Silva (Brazil), 1
Seth Engman (USA), 1

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212 OLYMPIA

QUALIFIED (25)
Derek Lunsford (USA)
Shaun Clarida (USA)
Kamal Elgargni (Libya)
Mohamed El Azim (Egypt)
Ahmad Ashkanani (Kuwait)
Angel Calderon Frias (Spain)
Felipe Moraes (Brazil)
Oleh Kryvyi (Ukraine)
Douglas Connor (USA)
David Henry (USA)
Anwar Al Balushi (Oman)
Yunlong Ping (China)
Bryan Balzano (US)
Robert Taylor (UK)
Lucas Silva Coelho (Brazil)
Noel Adame (USA)
Hossein Kalateh (Canada)
Oswaldo Gonzalez (USA
Ahmed Fawzi (Iraq)
Jafar Ghaffarnezhad Azizi (Iran)
Ayat Baghri (Iran)
Dean White (UK)
Dectric Lewis (USA)
Keone Pearson (USA)
Kerrith Baijjo (USA)

POINTS

Nathan Epler (USA), 18
Abdullah Alsaif (Saudi Arabia), 17
Daniel Sticco (Italy), 14
Murat Gonul (Canada), 13
Enmanuel Rodriguez (USA), 13
Pasquale D’Angelo (Italy), 12
Naser Mohamed (Kuwait), 11
Hameed Juma (Bahrain), 10
Derik Oslan (USA), 10
Cody Drobot (Canada), 10
Radoslav Angelov (Bulgaria), 9
Steve Benthin (Germany), 9
Fabricio Moreira (Brazil), 9
Adolphus Quoida (Canada), 8
Sung Yeop Jang (South Korea), 8
Kentaro Kuramochi (Japan), 7
Ricky Moten, Jr (USA), 7
Stephen Didoshak (Canada), 6
Abdulrahman Al Khashti (Kuwait), 6
Junho Kim (South Korea), 6
Peter Castella (USA), 6
Ahmed ElWardany (Egypt), 4
Peter Boncardo (Canada), 4
Morteza Mashayekh Kordkola (Iran), 4
Mohamed Al Zahmi (UAE), 4
Hamed Mahmoud Eini (Iran), 4
Vitor Souza de Lima (Brazil), 4
Meysam Keshvari (Iran), 4
Muzi Maluleke (South Africa), 4
Mohamed El Said (Egypt), 3
Peter Kovac (Slovakia), 3
Felipe Fierro Lobos (Chile), 3
Lin Ching-Chieh (District of Taiwan), 3
Boaz Henrique Oliveira (Brazil), 3
Andre Luiz dos Santos (Brazil), 3
Ryan Walters (USA), 3
Abdulaziz Almurshedi (Kuwait), 3
Andrei Pereira dos Santos (Brazil), 3
Jason Joseph (USA), 3
Jordan Janowitz (USA), 3
Saleh Alturkamani (Kuwait), 2
Yuman Eaton (USA), 2
Giuseppe Zagarella (Italy), 2
Raul Sanchez (Mexico), 2
Oscar Antonio Zaracho Sanchez (Paraguay), 2
Wael Mekky (Egypt), 1
Christyan Adonay Gomez Ramos (Honduras), 1
Sami Troudi (UAE), 1
Mustafa Naseem (Egypt), 1
Richard Morilla (Philippines), 1
Mahdi Heydari (Iran), 1
Carlos Pereira (Brazil), 1
Marco Cardona (Colombia), 1
Martin Gomez (USA), 1

CLASSIC PHYSIQUE OLYMPIA

QUALIFIED (45)
Brady Barnes (USA)
Darren Farrell (Ireland)
Terrence Ruffin (USA)
Georgian Andrei Birica Anghel (Romania)
Robert Wichman (USA)
Michael Daboul (Syria)
Chris Bumstead (Canada)
Breon Ansley (USA)
Peter Molnar (Hungary)
Alex Cambronero (Costa Rica)
Mike Sommerfeld (Germany)
Jorge Herrera (USA)
Jose Maria Mete Bueriberi (Spain)
Ruben Lopez Reyes (Spain)
Mehdi Larijani (USA)
Lenny Wicks (USA)
Ahmed El Halawani (Egypt)
Logan Franklin (USA)
Ramon Rocha Querioz (Brazil)
Anthony Casado (Canada)
Kyrylo Khudaiev (Ukraine)
Mateo Vaihu (New Zealand)
Mohamed Amine Fakhfakh (Tunisia)
Urs Kalecinski (Germany)
Junior Javorski (Brazil)
Tony Duong (USA)
Vahid Badpei (Iran)
Darwin Andres Uribe Aristizabal (Colombia)
Lamar Shaw (USA)
Alexander Westermeier (Germany)
Carlos Dommar (USA
Neil Currey (UK)
Camilo Diaz (Colombia)
Tyler Johnson (Canada)
Emanuele Ricotti (Italy)
Jaehun Park (South Korea)
Marco Ruz (France)
Ali Poladvand (Iran)
Fabian Mayr (Austria)
Jonathan Pelkey (USA)
Jae Pil Song (South Korea)
Chen Kang (China)
Gabriel Zancanelli (Brazil)
Josh Eastham (UK)
Courage Opara (USA)

POINTS
Valentin Petrov (Bulgaria), 22
Tommy Clark (USA), 18
Jesus Rodriguez Sendra (Spain), 14
Julian Castano (Colombia), 14
Kelvin Hinde (USA), 13
Cody Amey (Canada), 13
Abdullah Alsairafi (Kuwait), 12
Ruben Stouth (USA), 12
Hyoung Joo Kwon (South Korea), 12
Jeff Hallenbeck (USA), 11
John Le (Canada), 11
Hubert Kulczynski (Poland), 10
Dancovea Anderson (USA), 9
Kim Santos (USA), 9
Shane Cullen (Ireland), 8
Romain Ramassamy (Canada), 8
Abdullah Wael Alrabiah (Saudi Arabia), 8
Fabio Junior Ramos Vale (Brazil), 8
Adely Annorat (USA), 8
Bryan Jones (USA), 7
Jack Connor (UK), 7
Jordan Plantiko (USA), 7
Justin Badurina (USA), 7
Ramone Haye (Canada), 7
Damien Patrick (USA), 7
Brandon Kidd (USA), 7
Seonghun Park (South Korea), 7
Vincent Craine (Ireland), 6
Sabur Favors (USA), 6
Blake Course (Canada), 6
Daniel Costa (USA), 6
Kellen Wilson (Canada), 6
Massoud Harouni (Iran), 6
Armando Aman (USA), 6
Laszlo Kiraly (Hungary), 5
Roberto Martinez Pizana (Spain), 5
Duquann Hinton (USA), 5
Andrew Wilson (USA), 5
Eric Abelon (USA), 5
Mehmet Emin Baydilli (Turkey), 5
Ethan Gohari (Australia), 5
Jay Warren (USA), 4
Toto Djong (USA), 4
Brandon Williams (USA), 4
Jorge Tabet Aleixandre (Spain), 4
Artem Puchkov (Russia), 4
Tywuan Williams (USA), 4
Shivas Higa (USA), 4
Jonathan Seok (New Zealand), 4
Jason Strayhand (USA), 4
Jeremy Dutra (USA), 4
Michael Johnson (USA), 4
Derek Duczynski (USA), 4
Tony Davis (USA), 4
Jorge Luis Guerrero Gallegos (Mexico), 4
Tyler Tallent (USA), 3
Aaron Sparenberg (USA), 3
Andrea Mammoli (Italy), 3
Hany Saeed (Egypt), 3
Ramon Taijeron (USA), 3
Pavel Szotkowski (Poland), 3
Hassan Mahdi Abdulreda (Saudi Arabia), 3
Erik Alstrup (Canada), 3
Luis Garcia Martinez (Spain), 3
Grant Pieterse (New Zealand), 3
Yousef Aldosari (Saudi Arabia), 3
Julio Cesar Alimiento Simoes (Brazil), 3
Abdullah Albakri (Saudi Arabia), 3
Mohamed Kazem Zolfaghari (Iran), 3
Ali Shamsghamar (Iran), 3
Jared Keys (USA), 3
Woogyum Kim (South Korea), 3
Edwin Underwood (Italy), 3
Luan de Souza Bento (Brazil), 3
Jared Thompson (USA), 3
Adam Beveridge (Canada), 3
Wilfredo Victoria (USA), 3
Diego Alejandro Galindo (Colombia), 3
Muneer Al Jassas (Saudi Arabia), 3
Domenick DiBenedetto (USA), 2
Yevhenii Mykhailenko (Ukraine), 2
Harold Bright, Jr (USA), 2
Daniel Strong (USA), 2
Ulisses De Andrade (USA), 2
Paul Kanu (USA), 2
Vladimir Sizov (USA), 2
Paulo Henrique (Brazil), 2
Ayham Alaws (Germany), 2
Ahmad Ahmad (Iraq), 2
Michael Kingsworth (New Zealand), 2
Ahmed Aljar (Saudi Arabia), 2
Abdelkarim Ammari (Morocco), 2
Kenneth Owens (USA), 2
Anthony Barbera III (USA), 2
Dino Estrada (USA), 2
In Seong You (South Korea), 2
Felipe Marins (Brazil), 2
Ji Hoon Bang (South Korea), 2
Joe Brighty (UK), 2
Jason Theobald (USA), 1
Petar Duper (Italy), 1
Brandon Cooper (USA), 1
James Adams (USA), 1
Shin Kodama (Japan), 1
German Pastor (Spain), 1
Zoheb Razak (New Zealand), 1
Michael Bell (USA), 1
Maycon Viana da Silva (Brazil), 1
Bartley Weaver IV (USA), 1
Omar Khaldi (Morocco), 1
Laconia Seymour (USA), 1
Daniil Famponte (USA), 1
Jordan Moore (USA), 1
Norbert Zakar-Balogh (Hungary), 1
Shanti Mitchell (South Africa), 1
Siem Goossens (Netherlands), 1
Isaac Bauer (Canada), 1
Florian Poirson (France), 1

MEN’S PHYSIQUE OLYMPIA

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QUALIFIED (49)
Riccardo Croci
(Italy)
Jahvair Mullings (USA)
Bhuwan Chauhan (India)
Terrence Teo Kok Hua (Malaysia)
Yousef Al Shaban (Kuwait)
Ryan Terry (UK)
Brandon Hendrickson (USA)
Erin Banks (USA
Diogo Montenegro (Brazil)
Raymont Edmonds (USA)
Carlos DeOliveira (USA)
Daniel Ammons (USA)
Kyron Holden (USA)
Ahmed Shoukry (Egypt)
Balint Nemeth (Hungary)
Alessandro Cavagnola (Italy)
Yukihiro Yuasa (Japan)
Zheyu Zhang (China)
Arya Saffaie (USA)
Vincius Mateus Viera Lima (Brazil)
David Mazzolari (Italy)
Mahmood Al-Maghrabi (Bahrain)
Emanual Hunter (USA)
Hossein Karimi (Iran)
Bong Seok Choi (South Korea)
Imran Khan (Qatar)
Ponpaisan Ruangsangpen (Thailand)
Jason Huynh (USA)
Benquil Marigny (USA)
Myron Griffin (USA)
Fabrizio Dos Santos Silva (Australia)
Sadik Hadzovic (USA)
Alexander Toplyn (USA)
Mehdi Kabbadj (Morocco)
Steven Cao (USA)
Vitor Chaves (Brazil)
Clarence McSpadden (USA)
JuXian He (China)
Ali Bilal (Belgium)
Edvan Palmeira (Brazil)
Nicolas Koeu (USA)
Youcef Djoudi (France)
Montae Bailey (USA)
Charjo Grant (USA)
Elton Mota (Portugal)
Corey Morris (USA)
Rodrigue Chesnier (France)
Felipe Franco (Brazil)
Shun Kaneko (Japan)

POINTS

Emile Walker (UK), 21
Furkan Er (Turkey), 19
Jeremiah Maxey (USA), 19
Reuben Glass (USA), 16
Burak King (USA), 16
Jeffrey Darko (UK), 12
Antoine Weatherspoon (USA), 12
Ramses Rams (USA), 12
Daniel Leone (Italy), 12
Andre Ferguson (USA), 12
Joshua Guidry (USA), 10
Ikenna Amaliri (USA), 9
Andrei Lincan (Romania), 9
Shogo Sato (Japan), 9
Ryan John-Baptiste (UK), 8
Yasser Fernando Chala Blandon (Colombia), 8
Hong Xiao Long (China), 8
Farouq Ishimoto (Japan), 8
Sharif Reid (USA), 8
Mark Robinson (USA), 8
Chevy Phillips (Canada), 8
Andrea Mosti (Italy), 8
Anthony Gilkes (USA), 7
Chidube Anene (USA), 7
Sidy Pouye (Spain), 7
Cam Harris (USA), 7
Emmanuel Costa (Brazil), 7
Andre Smith (USA), 6
Hirokawa Shoichi (Japan), 6
Evan Kanu (USA), 6
Omer Bahmed (Qatar), 6
Lamar McNeil Smith (USA), 6
Jeremy Potvin (USA), 6
Rafael Oliveira (Brazil), 6
Romane Lanceford (UK), 5
Suruqah Shabazz (USA), 5
Steven Pettis (USA), 5
Charles Paquette (Canada), 5
Francisco de la Cruz (Canada), 5
Anthony Chinakwe (USA), 5
Bryan Blackman (USA), 5
Deke Roderique-Walker (USA), 5
Jeremy Coleman (USA), 5
Anderson da Silva Arruda (Brazil), 5
Joseph Lee (USA), 4
Yashar Anbari (Iran), 4
Alex Woodson (USA), 4
Reynel Chavez Pulido (USA), 4
Sanad Alsanad (Kuwait), 4
Anton Antipov (USA), 4
Michael Williams (USA), 4
Ali Hussain Jafar (Kuwait), 4
Yoon Sung Lee (South Korea), 4
Bader Alsabri (Kuwait), 4
Joven Sagabain (Philippines), 4
Eddie Lusk III (USA), 4
Ashley Patillo (USA), 4
Antonio Smothers (USA), 4
Viet Doan (Australia), 4
Nur Irfan Bin Ahmad (Singapore), 4
Josh Bridgman (UK), 4
Tyler Smith (UK), 4
Luis Anthony Del Rosario (Costa Rica), 4
Frank Worley (USA), 4
Edward Kato (Japan), 4
Miroslav Juricek (Czech Republic), 3
Micah Thomas, Jr (USA), 3
Marlon Sanchez (Netherlands), 3
Ismael Dominguez (Mexico), 3
Dawid Wachelka (Poland), 3
Yujin Lee (South Korea), 3
Andre Ferguson (USA), 3
Juan Manuel Gomez (Colombia), 3
Seungho Chae (South Korea), 3
Joshua Eng Cherng Shin (Malaysia), 3
Christopher Barr (USA), 3
Joseph Mencel (Australia), 3
John Sarmiento (USA), 3
Rhyan Clark (USA), 3
Minsu Kim (South Korea), 3
Joshua Dennison (USA), 3
Xezekiel Afanou (Canada), 3
Winston Sullivan (USA), 3
Shannon Davis (UK), 3
Pedro Lima (Brazil), 3
Tomohito Koike (Japan), 3
Alexis Gonzalez Benitez (Spain), 2
Joquim Camps Angel (Spain), 2
Hachemi Hemza (Algeria), 2
Godfrey Sironda (USA), 2
Denis Gusev (Russia), 2
Hashem Alfotewi (Saudi Arabia), 2
Bum Su Park (South Korea), 2
Karim Esmat Sadek (Kuwait), 2
Nishant Bansai (India), 2
Franky Yan (USA), 2
Ali Raza (Australia), 2
Ajith Raja (India), 2
Fabian Faber (Germany), 2
Javiohn Seymore (USA), 2
Taylor Wilson (USA), 2
Omar Suleiman (UK), 2
Leonardo Vecchiato (Italy), 2
Victor Ramirez (Venezuela), 2
St. Michael Moodie (Jamaica), 2
Zach Savoie (USA), 2
Tyler James (USA), 1
Febo Gambacorta (Italy), 1
Rodney Harvey (USA), 1
Youseff Hassan (Egypt), 1
Mu Ying Zhai (China), 1
Stevelon Dennis (USA), 1
Ammar Shlash (Jordan), 1
Abdulaziz Al-Mohandes (Saudi Arabia), 1
Woo Young Seo (South Korea), 1
Hamad Al Dosari (Bahrain), 1
Mohammad Afroz Khichi (India), 1
Brett Mario Jackson, Jr (USA), 1
Mohammed Al Kindy (Oman), 1
Gary Cooper (USA), 1
Jeong Hyeong Jo (South Korea), 1
William Amorim de Aguiar (Brazil), 1
Oussah Dith (USA), 1
Akbar Sarbaz Sarkhanlo (Canada), 1

MS. OLYMPIA

QUALIFIED (16)
Andrea Shaw (USA)
Helle Trevino (USA)
Margie Martin (USA)
Nadia Capostosto (Italy)
MayLa Ash (USA)
Eva Montgomery (USA)
Theresa Ivancik (USA)
Donna Salib (USA)
Lisa Kudrey (Canada)
Danielle Willis (USA)
Reshanna Boswell (USA)
Leyvina Rodrigues Barros (Brazil)
Branka Njegovec (Croatia)
Michaela Aycock (USA)
Angela Teo (USA)
Chelsea Dion (USA)

POINTS
Michelle Jin (USA), 22
Sherry Priami (USA), 17
Mona Poursaleh (Canada), 12
Stephanie Flesher (USA), 12
Alcione Barreto (Brazil), 12
Sheena Ohlig (USA), 12
Irene Andersen (Sweden), 11
Yesenia Garcia Speck (Spain), 10
Michelle Brent (USA), 7
Claudia Mocciaro (Italy), 7
Tananarive Huie (Canada), 6
Keisha Oliver (USA), 6
Gisela Nunes Chan (China), 6
Julia Foery (Switzerland), 6
Saqweta Barrino (USA), 6
Victoria Dominguez (USA), 6
Anastasia Leonova (Russia), 5
Erika Dancova (USA), 5
Gabriela Pena (USA), 5
Anastasia Korableva (Russia), 4
Kelly LeFevre (USA), 4
Tiana Flex (South Africa), 3
Felicia Spatarescu (Spain), 3
Ivana Dvorakova (Czech Republic), 3
Leah Dennie (USA), 3
Jeanie Welker (USA), 3
Takeela Reddrick (USA), 2
Sonia Cabre Pasani (Spain), 1
Jade Beverly (USA), 1

FITNESS OLYMPIA

QUALIFIED (16)
Missy Truscott (USA)
Allison Kramer (USA)
Michelle Fredua-Mensah (UK)
Whitney Jones (USA)
Oksana Grishina (Russia)
Terra Plum (Canada)
Minna Pajulahti (Finland)
Adela Garcia (USA)
Andrea Glass (USA)
Ariel Khadr (USA)
Stephanie Jones (USA)
Tamara Vahn (Canada)
Alix Small (Scotland)
Abby Bolton (Canada)
Sara Kovach (USA)
Aurika Tyrgale (Russia)

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POINTS
Jaclyn Baker (USA), 32
Kate Errington (UK), 21
Danielle DaCosta (Canada), 17
Giorgia Foroni (Italy), 12
Corina Harkelarod (USA), 11
Corinne Elizabeth Bean (USA), 11
Michelle Gales (USA), 11
Cong Mou (China), 9
Cerise deCardenas (USA), 8
Alayne Corum (USA), 7
Kamarae Morales (USA), 5
Danielle Chikeles (USA), 4
Rene Brosch (USA), 4
Ashley Downes (USA), 4
Noemie Champagne-Cloutier (Canada), 4
Heather Coscia (USA), 4
Kimberly Baliutavicius (USA), 3
Abbie Elsner (USA), 3
Stacy Dawn (USA), 2
Nicolette Spencer (USA), 2
Susana Beatriz Cacavieli (Argentina), 1

FIGURE OLYMPIA

QUALIFIED (29)
Anna Gasior (Poland)
Cydney Gillon (USA)
Natalia Soltero (Mexico)
Stephanie Gibson (USA)
Bojana Vasiljevic (USA)
Jessica Reyes Padilla (Puerto Rico)
Aksana Yukhno (Belarus)
Maria Luisa Baeza Diaz (USA)
Tereza Linhartova (Czech Republic)
Jennifer Zienert (Germany)
Felecia Harris (USA)
Angelita Lopez (USA)
Lola Montez (Canada)
Nicole Zenobia Graham (USA)
LaToyia Farley (USA)
Shanice Abrams (USA)
Jossie Nathali Alarcon Becerra (Mexico)
Hanwool Park (South Korea)
Shelace Shoemaker (USA)
Samantha Jerring (USA)
Michele Da Silva Pinto (Brazil)
Lena Ramstiner (Germany)
Karina Grau (Paraguay)
Nadia Bradfort (USA)
Wendy Fortino (USA)
Valerie Ratelle (Canada)
Julia Champlin (USA)
Adela Ondrejovicova (Slovakia)
An Da Jeong (South Korea)

POINTS
Erika Morales Morgan (Guatemala), 22
Autumn Cleveland (USA), 19
Maryam Bamdad (Canada), 14
Zulfiya Bitiyeva (Kazakhstan), 12
Gabriela Linhartova (Czech Republic), 12
Yelena Larina (USA), 11
Paula Ranta (Finland), 11
Manon Dutilly (France), 10
Adela Ondrejovicova (Slovakia), 10
Mandy Urner (Canada), 10
Anita Davis (USA), 10
Danielle Rose (USA), 10
Veronica Gallego Garcia (Spain), 9
Sh’Nere Mattise Deas (USA), 9
Kim Clark (USA), 9
Her Un (South Korea), 9
Lisa Marie Schleifer (Germany), 8
Cherish Richardson (USA), 8
Katerina Aninao (USA), 7
Maude Exantus (USA), 7
Melissa Cech (Canada), 7
Maggie Watson (Canada), 7
Martina Yabekova (Canada), 6
Courtney Jacobs (USA), 6
Anna Banks (Poland), 5
Desiree Alferes (USA), 5
Dalila Alegria (USA), 5
Madison Dinges (USA), 5
Sandra Grajales (Mexico), 4
Larhanna Robinson (USA), 4
Asmaa Salimi (Canada), 4
Tarryn Garlington (USA), 4
Melissa Brodsky (USA), 4
Simei Pimentel de Jesus (Brazil), 4
Thais Cabrices Werner (USA), 4
Belinda Hope (USA), 3
Annelies Charlotte Fortuin (Netherlands), 3
Nakeisha Scruggs (USA), 3
Daiane Aparecida (Brazil), 3
Gabriela Consolmagno (USA), 3
Brittany Offers (Canada), 3
Hannah Prause (Germany), 3
EunJin Cho (South Korea), 3
Tamera Barrett (USA), 3
Oyku Basar (Turkey), 2
Alissa Carpio (USA), 2
Militsa Rivera (USA), 2
Shana Malcolm (USA), 2
Elaine Vitta (Brazil), 2
Rejoice Godwin (Spain), 2
Jennifer Reece (Canada), 2
China Green (UK), 2
Min Joo Yoon (South Korea), 2
Nora Raquel Martinez Jara (Paraguay), 2
Felisha Livezey (USA), 2
Olesya Kochura (Russia), 1
Stephanie Koerber (USA), 1
Bree Marsh (USA), 1
Kiah Tiller (USA), 1
Kristen McGregor (Jamaica), 1
Kamilla Santos de Alencastro (Brazil), 1
Nadine Claudia Huber (Germany), 1
Spree Dyess (USA), 1
Jessica Baltazar (USA), 1
Claudia Noelle Poux (USA), 1

BIKINI OLYMPIA

QUALIFIED (44)
Roxana Marquez (Mexico)
Jennifer Dorie (Canada)
Elisa Pecini (Brazil)
Ashley Kaltwasser (USA)
Ottavia Mazza (Italy)
Phoebe Hagan (UK)
Lauralie Chapados (Canada)
Francesca Stoico (Italy)
Jourdanne Lee (Canada)
Wiktoria Gasior (Poland)
Ivanna Escandar (Spain)
Allison Testu (France)
Sally-Anne Kato (Japan)
Shenese Case (Canada)
Alessia Facchin (Italy)
Cristiane Silveira (Brazil)
Jennifer Ronzitti (USA)
Danielle Phelps (USA)
Yan Gao (New Zealand)
Maureen Blanquisco (Norway)
Eli Fernandez (Mexico)
Jil Meret Schmitz (Thailand)
Ashlyn Little (USA)
Ha Yeun Kim (South Korea)
Aleksandra Banda (Australia)
Janet Layug (USA)
Lucia Malavaze (USA)
Sierra Swann (USA)
Gabriella Mohamed (USA)
Ji Bin Park (South Korea)
Jordan Fisher (USA)
Kristina Brunauer (Austria)
Erin Stern (USA)
Bola Seo (South Korea)
Susana Aramayo (Argentina)
Jessica Wilson (USA)
Laura Ziv (France)
Aimee Leann Velasquez (USA)
Cheuk Nam Karen Yuen (HKSAR)
Daraja Hill (USA)
Shelby Pierce (USA)
Vania Auguste (USA)
Jordan Brannon (USA)
Yurika Shigemoto (Japan)

POINTS
Jodie Yuncker (USA), 27
Gessica Brun (Brazil), 16
India Paulino (USA), 15
Stine Hansen (Denmark), 14
Jasmine Gonzalez (USA), 14
Noora Mahonen (Finland), 13
Jessica Nicole Dolias (USA), 13
Eszter Oczella (Hungary), 13
Romina Basualdo (Argentina), 7
Adair Libbrecht (Canada), 12
Liana Giannamore (USA), 12
Elizaveta Shmukler (Japan), 12
Anna Setlak (Italy), 11
Lawna Dunbar (USA), 10
Ana Maria Vintu (Italy), 8
Mahsa Akbarimehr (USA), 8
Shanae DiCicco (Australia), 8
Anastasia Gonzalez Andreu (Spain), 7
Marie Isobe (Japan), 7
Diane Brunet (Canada), 7
Lauren Dannenmiller (USA), 7
Sara Choi (South Korea), 7
Karen Wall (Canada), 7
Yuma Kurokawa (Japan), 7
Phoebe Hagan (UK), 6
Hye Kyeong Hwang (South Korea), 6
Maria Goncalves (USA), 6
Marie-Eve Duscheneau (Canada), 6
Liana Martinez (USA), 6
Jade-Kelsie Wolfenden (UK), 6
Malu Duarte (Brazil), 6
Adrianna Kaczmarek (Poland), 6
Melissa Carver (Australia), 5
Miho Shibutani (Japan), 5
Rukiye Solak (Turkey), 5
Carla Garthwaite (USA), 5
Alice Cocco (Italy), 5
Chloe Margraitner (Switzerland), 5
Nittaya Kongthun (Thailand), 5
Maria Julia da Silva de Lemos (Brazil), 4
Hope Harper (USA), 4
Adrianne Onofrei (USA), 4
Tatiana Lanovenko (Russia), 4
Matilde Biagini (Italy), 4
Calysta Cornell (USA), 4
Kate Mickleson (New Zealand), 4
A Reum Song (South Korea), 4
Jessica Jones (USA), 4
Peyton Hunton (USA), 4
Jessica Miller (USA), 4
Eun Jung Kim (South Korea), 4
Hyo Jung Kim (South Korea), 4
Aimee Leann Velasquez (USA), 4
Eliana Guzman Reyes (Spain), 3
Evita Breide (Spain), 3
Halanna Jully (Brazil), 3
Elizabet Vang (Faroe Islands), 3
Rachel Linares (USA), 3
Marisa Woo (USA), 3
Chloe Hunter (New Zealand), 3
Ariel Barley (USA), 3
Yeoni Lee (South Korea), 3
Calista McKenzie (Australia), 3
Bridget Bailey (Australia), 3
Tae Rin Kim (South Korea), 3
Tara Grier (USA), 3
Mina Kim (South Korea), 3
Shaina Garcia (Australia), 3
Asaka Kimura (Japan), 3
Cassie Hunter (UK), 2
Denetra Blackshear (USA), 2
Mirian Barbosa (Brazil), 2
Aimee Jacobs (New Zealand), 2
Elisangela Angell (Brazil), 2
Nicole Tan (Australia), 2
Janine Herrera (USA), 2
Jessica Teles Machado (Brazil), 2
Amanda Marques (Brazil), 2
Yuna Kang (South Korea), 2
Tessa Barresi (Canada), 2
Lucy Edwards (UK), 2
Heather Hei Man Kam (HKSAR), 2
Hope Castelli (USA), 2
Min Hee Baek (Japan), 2
Theresa Miller (USA), 1
Aneta Szoltysek (Poland), 1
Melanie Cyr (Canada), 1
Danielle Combs (USA), 1
Herlayne Braga (Brazil), 1
Catherine Daniel (New Zealand), 1
Marissa Rivero (USA), 1
Uchral Byambatseren (Mongolia), 1
Rachael Oberst (USA), 1
Leslie Billups (USA), 1
Karene Gonzalez (USA), 1
Na Young Choi (South Korea), 1
Ha Yeun Kim (South Korea), 1
Mary Newton (USA), 1
Lillian Lopez (Mexico), 1
Debora Carvalho (Brazil), 1
Valentina Cuevas Porto (Argentina), 1
Wan Lam Samantha Kwan (HKSAR), 1
Nicole Guggia (USA), 1

WOMEN’S PHYSIQUE OLYMPIA

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QUALIFIED (16)
Sarah Villegas (USA)
Natalia Abraham Coelho (USA)
Brooke Walker (USA)
Anne-Lorranie Mohn (France)
Kristy Cox (USA)
Ivie Rhein (USA)
Rachel Daniels (USA)
Christelle Zarovska (USA)
Marie-Soulange Essoh (USA)
Ji Hye Lee (South Korea)
Chelsey Worster (USA)
Claudia Gabriela de Leon Pardo (Mexico)
Barbara Menage (France)
Ashley Jones (USA)
Jeannie Feldman (USA)
Melissa Teich (USA)

POINTS
Caroline Alves Dos Santos (Brazil), 23
Ana Harias (USA), 22
Natalie Rae Wolfe (USA), 13
Emilija Martic (Canada), 12
Penpraghai Tiangngok (Thailand), 10
Justine Albert (USA), 10
Alexis Sullivan (USA), 9
Daniely Castilho (Brazil), 9
Elisama Manuel Benta Zorzetto (Brazil), 9
Diana Schnaidt (USA), 9
Amanda Machado (USA), 8
Jonquil Baugh (USA), 8
Emily Renee Schubert (USA), 7
Lisa McLean (Canada), 7
Alex Hall (USA), 7
Eleonora Dobrinina (Canada), 7
Birgit Andersch (Austria), 7
Elena Aviles Romero (Spain), 7
Marea Henriquez (Netherlands), 6
Maria Redman (USA), 6
Amanda Peles (USA), 6
Jody Johanson (Canada), 6
Ann Gruber (USA), 6
Manuella Monteiro (France), 6
Alide Oprey (Hungary), 6
Eve Gagnon (Canada), 5
Jessica Belt (USA), 5
Orlandina Balan (USA), 5
Jazmin Lira Flores (Mexico), 5
Takeela Reddrick (USA), 5
Michele Steeves (USA), 5
Jodi Lyons (USA), 4
Ilaria Armeni (UK), 4
Jessica Martin (USA), 4
Maria Barba (USA), 4
Marysel Cruz (Puerto Rico), 4
Pamela Canfield (USA), 4
Rachel Reid (USA), 3
Tina Mauer Guadarrama (USA), 3
Yarelis Ramos Perez (Puerto Rico), 3
Marianne Von Gierke (Chile), 3
Ana Feijo (Brazil), 3
Jeanette Johansson (Sweden), 2
Maria Quennie Liberman (Canada), 2
Naiana Silva Cruz (Brazil), 2
Jennifer Faccinto (USA), 1
Layla Ikahihifo (USA), 1
Donna Williams (USA), 1
Ana Aleixa (Brazil), 1
Gessica Campbell (USA), 1

WELLNESS OLYMPIA

QUALIFIED (24)
Casey DeLong (USA)
Francielle Mattos (Brazil)
Angela Borges (Brazil)
Isabelle Nunes (Brazil)
Giselle Machado (Brazil)
Anna Mroczkowska (Poland)
Yarishna Ayala (Puerto Rico)
Sunny Andrews (USA)
Juliana Mota Esteso (France)
Kassandra Gillis (Canada)
Barbara Cesar (USA)
Julia Chitarra (Brazil)
Marissa Andrews (USA)
Devone Martin (USA)
Daisha Johnson (USA)
Kelly Purcell (USA)
Hannah Son (South Korea)
Rayane Fogal de Souza Santana (Brazil)
Synara Santana (Brazil)
Isamara Santos (Brazil)
Catarina de Sousa (Portugal)
Diana Laura Verduzco Carreno (Mexico)
Devyn Cambre (USA)
Bruna Seredich (USA)

POINTS
Jasmine Payne (USA), 29
Nerilde Garcia Strey (Spain), 27
Leonida Ciobu (Moldova), 21
Emily Azzarello (Canada), 15
Judian Winston (USA), 12
Lorena Ragusa (USA), 10
Sheila Martins (USA), 10
Alexis Rosalia Figueroa Quesada (Mexico), 10
Lili Dong (USA), 10
Brooke Donnelly (USA), 9
Michelle Ibata (Brazil), 9
Celeste Morales (USA), 8
Rafaele Zen (Brazil), 8
Carina Marques (Switzerland), 8
Priscilla Lynd (USA), 8
Aysegul Besli (Turkey), 7
Anne Marie Gobeil (Canada), 7
Alejandra LaFonseca (Puerto Rico), 7
Alexis Adams (USA), 7
Maria Paulette Aranguren (Spain), 6
Daniela Delana (Italy), 6
Lisa Christin Meiswinkel (Germany), 6
Claire Cochet (France), 6
Charlene Mas (France), 5
Michelle Capponi (Switzerland), 5
Normarie Fonseca (Puerto Rico), 5
Kayla Rossi (USA), 5
Amanda Werner (USA), 4
Pamela Bonaccorso (Italy), 4
Alisha Sturkie (USA), 4
Tarcila de Almeida Moura (Brazil), 4
Amanda Rezende (USA), 4
Tracy Williams (USA), 4
Angela White (USA), 4
Tatum Schneidmiller (USA), 4
Min Ju Yoon (South Korea), 4
Alexis Figueroa Quesada (Mexico), 4
Kat Williams (USA), 4
Karen Brandao (Brazil), 4
Zelma Santos (USA), 3
Carrie Goforth (USA), 3
Rayane Fogal (Brazil), 3
Mariela Peres Carvalho (Brazil), 3
Leticia Allen (USA), 3
Mia Samuels (USA), 3
Hye Yoon Kim (South Korea), 3
Amanda Burnett (USA), 3
Frida Paulsen (Sweden), 3
Jenny Smith (USA), 2
Luz Rodriguez (Mexico), 2
Martyna Staszewska-Tiu (Poland), 2
Renata Guaraciaba (Brazil), 2
Melitza Guerrero (USA), 2
Dohee Kim (South Korea), 2
Marcela Matos (Brazil), 2
Avis Evans (USA), 1
Tatiany Vaillant (Brazil), 1
Laleska Bruschi (Brazil), 1
Figen Sahin (UK), 1
Debora Pereira (Brazil), 1
Rachel Lee (USA), 1
Amanda Weis (USA), 1
Tarcila Moura (Brazil), 1
Jenne de Manincor (USA), 1
Yoon Soo Min (South Korea), 1
Jen Scarborough Zollars (USA), 1
Renee Harshey (USA), 1

WHEELCHAIR OLYMPIA

QUALIFIED (9)
Harold Kelley (USA)
Gabriele Andriulli (Italy)
Antoni Khadraoui (Sweden)
Adelfo Cerame, Jr (USA)
Tyler Brey (USA)
Tory Jones (Canada)
Pierre Kavalin (Brazil)
Woody Belfort (Canada)
Bradley Betts (USA)

POINTS
Chad McCrary (USA), 17
Abraham Sanchez (USA), 8

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FAQs

Who won IFBB pro card? ›

Junaid Kaliwala is known for standing up to the expectations of his trainers and his following - if it comes down to being the first Indian to win the IFBB Pro Card or to his promise of supporting and promoting a healthy lifestyle for his audience and the users.

Who won men's physique 2022? ›

The event saw athletes compete in the Men's Physique division for a chance to qualify for the 2022 Olympia. Bon Seok Choi won the title and will have the opportunity to strut his stuff on stage at Olympia later this year.

How many IFBB pro cards are there? ›

The 2020 competition season has just ended with just over 800 IFBB Professional Cards awarded to the top amateurs.

Do IFBB pros get paid? ›

Professional bodybuilders earn money by placing in bodybuilding competitions. Hard work and dedication are essential to achieving professional status, but ultimately contestants are judged based on their overall muscle development, including mass, definition, proportion and symmetry.

Is IFBB Pro natural? ›

It's what brings in the boatloads of fans year after year. It's what makes the Olympia a sight to behold every year. However, for some purists, the stigma on IFBB pros is that they aren't natural bodybuilders. There is a large contingent of individuals who believe that if you aren't natural then you're a cheat.

How do you win a pro card? ›

Getting That Pro Card

In order to get the card, a bodybuilder has to win a regional contest weight class. This will earn them an invite into a national championship. Depending on the federation, if you win overall champion at the contest you will earn an IFBB Pro card.

How do you earn an IFBB Pro card? ›

In order to become an IFBB Pro, a bodybuilder must first earn their IFBB Pro Card. A bodybuilder looking to do this must first win a regional contest weight class. When a bodybuilder wins or places highly, they earn an invite to compete at their country's National Championships contest for that year.

How much do you get for winning a bodybuilding competition? ›

The top three contestants took home six figured last year. In 2020, the winner of Mr. Olympia took home $400,000, second place took $150,000 and third place took $100,000.

Who won Mr. Olympia physique? ›

The most recent champion is three-time winner Brandon Hendrickson.

Who has most Classic Physique Winners? ›

Chris Bumstead seems to be unstoppable at the moment, given that he has won the last three titles in the Classic Physique category at Mr. Olympia.

Who won Mr. Olympia men's physique? ›

Brandon Hendrickson

How hard is it to get a IFBB Pro card? ›

Getting to a professional level is tough—extremely tough. Out of many hopefuls who give it their all to fight the odds—as well as the competition—only a small handful reach the summit every year; it'll require perfection to get there.

How much does an IFBB Pro card cost? ›

It costs $200 for your pro card, which only allows you to compete in pro shows until the end of the year.

How hard is bodybuilding? ›

Bodybuilding is one of the most gruelling and demanding sports you can take on. What makes it so hard isn't the 2-3 hours of intense training but the rigorous amount of time you have to spend on all the other aspects such as nutrition, recovery, supplement and drug protocols. It is a 24x7 taxing process.

Do bodybuilders live longer? ›

The inevitable conclusion is that not only do bodybuilders live longer but they look better during their lives, better than people who do not follow a lifestyle that pays attention to health, fitness, and well being.
...
Bodybuilder Longevity.
John Grimek88
Steve Reeves74
Reg Park79
Vince Gironda80
Zabo Koszewski84
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9 Mar 2021

How many hours a day do bodybuilders train? ›

Interestingly, they only trained, on average, about 5 days a week, for about an hour (plus or minus a little bit) at a time. Yes, that's right - about 5-7 hours total.

How are bodybuilders so rich? ›

“Top bodybuilders have lucrative contracts with supplement companies, and they also earn a lot from their prize money,” Tamer says, adding, “A Mr Olympia competition offers $ 8,50,000 as prize money, and one like the Sheru Classic that was recently held in India offered $ 1,50,000.”

Are steroids illegal in IFBB? ›

The IFBB says they are not allowed in its competitions, but everybody knows that the pros are using illegal drugs and most of the pros will admit it.

Can I get big without steroids? ›

For many men the answer is yes to both of these questions. Building muscle without supplements and steroids takes determination, a good workout routine, and proper eating habits. To build bigger muscles, you must put together a good exercise and meal plan.

What percent of bodybuilders use steroids? ›

A profile was established for users and non-users of anabolic steroids. The results of this study indicated that more than half of the male bodybuilders (54%) were using steroids on a regular basis compared to 10 percent of the female competitors.

How much do bodybuilders earn UK? ›

How much does a Bodybuilder make in United Kingdom? The average bodybuilder salary in the United Kingdom is £27,788 per year or £14.25 per hour. Entry level positions start at £24,375 per year while most experienced workers make up to £35,000 per year.

How do I convert NPC to IFBB? ›

  1. Compete in a show that is considered "National Qualifiers". In order to move closer to the IFBB card, you must place in a national qualifier show. ...
  2. Next you must compete in a National show within a year of qualifying. ...
  3. Once you have earned your Pro card you can compete against the best in the world!
9 May 2016

What is the difference between NPC and IFBB? ›

The NPC is the only amateur organization recognized by the IFBB Professional League. The IFBB Pro League is the professional league for bodybuilding athletes and the sanctioning body for the world's largest professional contests such as the Mr. Olympia, Arnold Sports Festival, and Legion Sports Fest.

Do bodybuilders have full time jobs? ›

Work in the fitness industry

Many bodybuilders seek employment in the fitness industry. There are many types of fitness-related jobs you can pursue, ranging from instructing others to working a noninstructional job at a fitness facility.

How much do bodybuilders make? ›

The salaries of Bodybuilders in the US range from $19,726 to $187,200 , with a median salary of $32,020 . The middle 50% of Bodybuilders makes between $28,280 and $29,636, with the top 83% making $187,200.

Is the NPC drug tested? ›

The NPC (President Jim Manion) has no drug testing in any of their amateur events.

Do NPC winners get paid? ›

Currently, there is no real cash-in hand prize money offered for NPC competitions.

How much do bodybuilders eat? ›

During your bulking phase, it's recommended to increase your calorie intake by 15%. For example, if your maintenance calories are 3,000 per day, you should eat 3,450 calories per day (3,000 x 0.15 = 450) during your bulking phase ( 6 ).

How much does 1st place Mr. Olympia win? ›

The winner of Mr. Olympia in 2020 received $400,000, second place received $150,000, and third place received $100,000.
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Prize Money Pool Distribution For Mr. Olympia.
EventsPrize money
Figure Olympia$60,000
Bikini Olympia$40,000
Men's Physique Showdown$20,000
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11 Mar 2022

Who won IFBB 2021? ›

Sarina Pani – a “chubby and dusky girl” with “self-esteem issues” — is the winner of this year's 'The International Federation of BodyBuilders (IFBB) Pro' at the 2021 International Health, Sports and Fitness Festival (IHFF), held in Mumbai.

Where is Mr Universe 2022 IFBB held? ›

Universe – Pune, India.

How do I get an IFBB pro card? ›

In order to become an IFBB Pro, a bodybuilder must first earn their IFBB Pro Card. A bodybuilder looking to do this must first win a regional contest weight class. When a bodybuilder wins or places highly, they earn an invite to compete at their country's National Championships contest for that year.

Who is Junaid Kaliwala? ›

Junaid Kaliwala is a certified fitness expert, fitness model and bodybuilder.

How much do you get for winning a bodybuilding competition? ›

The top three contestants took home six figured last year. In 2020, the winner of Mr. Olympia took home $400,000, second place took $150,000 and third place took $100,000.

Who won female Olympia? ›

Winners
RankingMs. Olympia championYears
1stIris Kyle2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014
2nd (tie)Lenda Murray1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, and 1995
2nd (tie)Corinna Everson1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, and 1989
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Who is the world champion bodybuilder? ›

The record number of wins is eight each by Lee Haney (1984–1991) and Ronnie Coleman (1998–2005). Big Ramy currently holds the title.
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Number of consecutive wins.
Mr. Olympia championArnold Schwarzenegger
Years1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974 and 1975
Number of consecutive winsOverall6
Heavyweight2
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What is the full form of IFBB? ›

The International Federation of BodyBuilding and Fitness (IFBB), headquartered in Las Rozas (Madrid), is an international professional sports governing body for bodybuilding and fitness that oversees many of the sport's major international events, notably the World and Continental Championships.

Who won Mr Asia? ›

New Delhi: Indian bodybuilder, entrepreneur and fitness icon Yatinder Singh, made India proud, once again, by bringing home the title “Champion of Champions” in 54th Asian Bodybuilding and Physique Sports Championship 2022 along with Gold Medal in his weight category (85 kg).

What happened to Mr. Universe competition? ›

Universe bodybuilding competition from 1948 to 2019, with the 2020 event canceled due to Covid-19.

Is it hard to be a IFBB Pro? ›

Getting to a professional level is tough—extremely tough. Out of many hopefuls who give it their all to fight the odds—as well as the competition—only a small handful reach the summit every year; it'll require perfection to get there.

Do Mr Olympia take steroids? ›

The regulatory body that oversee the Mr. Olympia competition – the International Federation of Bodybuilding – adopted the World Anti-Doping Code in 2003 and have continued working to keep the sport free of steroids and other banned substances.

How hard is bodybuilding? ›

Bodybuilding is one of the most gruelling and demanding sports you can take on. What makes it so hard isn't the 2-3 hours of intense training but the rigorous amount of time you have to spend on all the other aspects such as nutrition, recovery, supplement and drug protocols. It is a 24x7 taxing process.

What is the age of Manoj Patil? ›

Manoj Patil was born on Sunday, 1 November 1992 (age 29 years; as of 2021) in Kolhapur, Maharashtra.

Who is the 1st IFBB Pro in India? ›

Varinder Singh Ghuman is the first Indian Bodybuilder to become an IFBB pro.

Who is the biggest bodybuilder in India? ›

#1 Sangram Chougule

Born and brought up in Kolhapur, Pune, Sangram Chougule is now the epitome of Indian bodybuilding. The 32-year-old lad has won 6 Mr India titles consecutively from 2011-2015.

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