Mr. Olympia 2021: The Complete Results.
Big Ramy is your new 2021 Mr. Olympia. The Olympia is the biggest event of the year and it is one that never disappoints. This year, the best in the world gathered in Orlando, Florida from October 7th-10th to put on a memorable show over the course of a long weekend.
The full results have been announced and it was highlighted by the Men’s Open division.
This year still had some issues carried over related to COVID-19 but it went much smoother this time around. The Men’s Open division saw some shake ups this year with different competitors being in and out. Nathan De Asha had to pull out of the competition because of travel issues while seven-time champion Phil Heath decided not to participate.
Despite some missing links, the division was as strong as ever led by reigning champion, Mamdouh “Big Ramy” Elssbiay. During the prejudging, there was a clear top three with Big Ramy and second-place finisher in 2020 Brandon Curry. This included Hadi Choopan, who was fourth a year ago.
The Men’s Open competitors took the stage on Friday night for prejudging and fans had to wait until Saturday to see who would hoist the trophy. The full results have been announced and you can check out a full recap of the entire weekend below.
Mr. Olympia 2021 Results
The Men’s Open division did not disappoint. Big Ramy was crowned the winner and took control during prejudging. Brandon Curry finished second and Hadi Choopan took third once again. The top five was strong as a unit with Nick Walker taking fifth and Hunter Labrada jumping up three spots from last year into the fourth place.
This is the second-straight Olympia victory for Big Ramy, defeating Curry once again. After prejudging, these two were the clear favorites and that is exactly how it played out.
- First Place – Mamdouh Elssbiay, $400,000
- Second Place – Brandon Curry, $150,000
- Third Place – Hadi Choopan, $100,000
- Fourth Place – Hunter Labrada, $40,000
- Fifth Place – Nick Walker, #35,000
- Sixth Place – William Bonac
- Seventh Place – Iain Valliere
- Eighth Place – Justin Rodriguez
- Ninth Place – Akim Williams
- Tenth Place – Mohamed Shaaban
Bikini Olympia 2021 Results
The Bikini Olympia was wide open this year and ready to crown a new champion. Janey Layug, who won the competition in 2020, was not competing which means there would be a new winner. In the end, it was Jennifer Dorie picking up her second victory in two weeks. Dorie was victorious at the Arnold Classic two weeks ago.
Lauralie Chapados finished with the silver medal while Ashley Kaltwasser, who is a former Olympia champion, finished in third place. Dorie set a tone moving forward after her most-recent victories. This is a stretch of success she will look to continue.
- First Place – Jennifer Dorie
- Second Place – Lauralie Chapados
- Third Place – Ashley Kaltwasser
- Fourth Place – Maureen Blanquisco
- Fifth Place – Elisa Pecini
- Sixth Place – Daraja Hill
- Seventh Place – Jennifer Ronzitti
- Eighth Place – Maureen Blanquisco
- Ninth Place – Lauren Dannenmiller
- Tenth Place – Lucia Malavaze
Classic Physique Olympia 2021 Results
There was a clear top tier coming into the weekend in Classic Physique. Chris Bumstead was the reigning two-time champion and the competitor to beat. The top three played out exactly how it did in 2020 and Bumstead made it three in a row.
Terrence Ruffin, fresh off a victory in the Arnold Classic, finished with silver once again while Breon Ansley finished third for the second-straight year. Bumstead and Ruffin have asserted their dominance at the top but it is clear that the Canadian bodybuilder is as good as it gets.
- First Place – Chris Bumstead
- Second Place – Terrence Ruffin
- Third Place – Breon Ansley
- Fourth Place – Urs Kalecinski
- Fifth Place – Ramon Rocha Queiroz
- Sixth Place – Alex Cambronero
- Seventh Place – Mike Sommerfeld
- Eighth Place – Fabian Mayr
- Ninth Place – Bryan Jones
- Tenth Place – Robert Timms
Men’s Physique Olympia 2021 Results
Brandon Hendrickson came into the Olympia looking to make it three victories in four years. He was defeated in 2019 but regained his title last year. Hendrickson made it three victories with a win in Orlando this weekend. First-time Olympia competitor Erin Banks won the New York Pro and solidified his talent with a second-place finish.
Diogo Montenegro climbed to third place at the event. Raymont Edmonds, former Olympia champion, finished fifth and it was a bit of a surprise. This allowed some new competitors to climb up in the standings. Even with that, Hendrickson is difficult to defeat.
- First Place – Brandon Hendrickson
- Second Place – Erin Banks
- Third Place – Diogo Montenegro
- Fourth Place – Kyron Holden
- Fifth Place – Raymont Edmonds
- Sixth Place – Carlos DeOliveira
- Seventh Place – Andrei Marius Lincan
- Eighth Place – Arya Saffaie
- Ninth Place – Andre Ferguson
- Tenth Place – Joseph Lee
Men’s 212 Olympia 2021 Results
The Men’s 212 division is one of the top in the sport. This is a title that Derek Lunsford has been attempting to grab for years now. He came into this year’s competition in exceptional shape and that showed during the prejudging round. It came down to Lunsford and 2020 Olympia champ Shaun Clarida.
In the end, it was Lunsford who was able to get over the hump and pick up the title. Clarida finished third followed by Kamal Elgargni, who fell one spot from his finish in 2020.
- First Place – Derek Lunsford
- Second Place – Shaun Clarida
- Third Place – Kamal Elgargni
- Fourth Place – Angel Calderon Frias
- Fifth Place – Nathan Epler
- Sixth Place – Ahmad Ashkanani
- Seventh Place – Naser Mohammed
- Eight Place – Kerrith Bajjo
- Ninth Place – John Jewett
- Tenth Place – Tonio Burton
Ms. Olympia 2021 Results
Since the return of Ms. Olympia to the show, it has been nothing but success for Andrea Shaw. This is an event that was dormant since 2014 but returned last year. This is when Shaw took home her first title and made it two in a row this year.
Shaw led a top three that was the same as 2020. Helle Trevino and Margie Martin switched spots this time around. Trevino finished with the silver medal while Martin came in third place. It was clear who the top-tier of competitors were coming in and Shaw asserted her dominance once again.
- First Place – Andrea Shaw
- Second Place – Helle Trevino
- Third Place – Margie Martin
- Fourth Place – Mona PourSaleh
- Fifth Place – Irene Anderson
- Sixth Place — Michaela Aycock
- Seventh Place — Virginia Sanchez
- Eighth Place — Janeen Lankowski
- Ninth Place — Margita Zamolova
- Tenth Place — Nadia Capotosto
Women’s Physique Olympia 2021 Results
Sarah Villegas took home the title in 2020 by defeating two-time champion Shanique Grant. She took over the division and solidified that this time around. Villegas captured her second-straight Olympia Women’s Physique title on Friday night.
Natalia Abraham Coelho finished second and Brooke Walker took home the bronze.
- First Place – Sarah Villegas
- Second Place – Natalia Abraham Coehlo
- Third Place – Brooke Walker
- Fourth Place – Barbara Menage
- Fifth Place – Ana Harias
- Sixth Place — Melissa Teich
- Seventh Place — Ivie Rhein
- Eighth Place — Christelle Zarovska
- Ninth Place — Patricia Gosselin
- Tenth Place — Anne-Lorraine Mohn
Figure Olympia 2021 Results
The Figure division has a clear-cut favorite and it is Cydney Gillon. She made it five in a row with a victory in Orlando this weekend. Gillon is an extremely-decorated competitor since she became a pro and that is highlighted by her victories on the biggest stage.
Gillon defeated the likes of Natalia Soltero and Stephanie Gibson. There have been some strong competitors coming into their own but Gillon has remained unbeatable for half a decade.
- First Place – Cydney Gillon
- Second Place – Natalia Soltero
- Third Place – Stephanie Gibson
- Fourth Place – Jessica Reyes Padilla
- Sixth Place – Nicole Zenobia Graham
- Sixth Place — Larhannah Robinson
- Seventh Place — An Da Jeong
- Eighth Place — Maria Luisa Baeza Diaz
- Ninth Place — Lola Montez
- Tenth Place — Heather Dees
Fitness Olympia 2021 Results
Fitness has become a deep division and Missy Truscott has been at the top for the last year. She entered as the reigning champion and coming off a victory at the Arnold Classic two weeks ago. In the end, she placed second to Whitney Jones, who was able to regain her title. Jones held off Truscott and Oksana Grishina to get back the gold.
- First Place – Whitney Jones
- Second Place – Missy Truscott
- Third Place – Oksana Grishina
- Fourth Place – Ariel Khadr
- Fifth Place – Jaclyn Baker
- Sixth Place — Tamara Vahn
- Seventh Place — Sara Kovach
- Eighth Place — Darrian Borello
- Ninth Place — Minna Pajulahti
- Tenth Place — Aurika Tyrgale
Wellness Olympia 2021 Results
Wellness was brand new to the Olympia this year which means there was no history to base results. In a way, this was refreshing to see as Francielle Mattos became the first champion of Olympia Wellness. Angela Borges was the first competitor to qualify for the Olympia and she put on a strong showing with the silver medal. Isabelle Nunes finished third.
- First Place – Francielle Mattos
- Second Place – Angela Borges
- Third Place – Isabelle Nunes
- Fourth Place – Yarisha Ayala
- Fifth Place – Julia Chittara
- Sixth Place – Sunny Andrews
- Seventh Place – Isamara dos Santos
- Eighth Place – Bruna Seredich
- Ninth Place – Lorena Ragusa
- Tenth Place – Barbara Emanuele Cesar
Wheelchair Olympia 2021 Results
Wheelchair Olympia has become a popular event and one that is rapidly growing into other shows. On the biggest stage, it has been Harold Kelley who has been dominant. This year, Kelley retained his title to make it three in a row.
- First Place – Harold Kelley
- Second Place – Gabriele Andriulli
- Third Place – Anthony Khadraoui
- Fourth Place – Adolfo Cerame Jr.
- Firth Place – Tyler Brey
- Sixth Place – Chad McCrary
- Seventh Place – Bradley Betts
- Eighth Place – Johnny Quinn
Official Olympia 2021 Scorecards