2021 Olympia Bikini Results

The results are in for the Bikini Division at Olympia 2021.

The Bikini division results have been announced and there is a new champion. This was known coming into the competition because last year’s winner, Janet Layug, would not be competing. In the end, it was Jennifer Dorie who took home the 2021 Bikini Olympia title.

During prejudging, there was a clear top three set. Dorieis coming off a victory at the Arnold Classic two weeks ago and was looking to continue momentum. She defeated Lauralie Chapados at the Arnold but she was a force on Saturday. Also, former Olympia Bikini champion Ashley Kaltwasser was back to being near the top. She knows what it takes to compete at the biggest event and did not disappoint.

Elisa Pecini was another dark-horse candidate that put on a strong performance. There was a total of 35 competitors in Bikini this year so there was a lot to uncover during prejudging. The judges did so by putting competitors through posing routines and a decision was made. That decision was announced Saturday night.


Jennifer Dorie 8 First Place
Lauralie Chapados 9 Second Place
Ashley Kaltwasser 11 Third Place


The full results from the Bikini division have been announced. Check out a breakdown of the results and an official score card from the event below.

Full Olympia 2021 Bikini Results

  • First Place – Jennifer Dorie, $50,000
  • Second Place – Lauralie Chapados, $20,000
  • Third Place – Ashley Kaltwasser, $12,000
  • Fourth Place – Maureen Blanquisco, $5,000
  • Fifth Place – Elisa Pecini, $4,000
  • Sixth Place – Daraja Hill
  • Seventh Place – Jennifer Ronzitti
  • Eighth Place – Maureen Blanquisco
  • Ninth Place – Lauren Dannenmiller
  • Tenth Place – Lucia Malavaze

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Official 2021 Olympia Bikini Scorecards

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Previous Olympia Bikini Winners

  • 2020: Janet Layug
  • 2019: Elisa Pecini
  • 2018: Angelica Teixeira
  • 2017: Angelica Teixeira
  • 2016: Courtney King
  • 2015: Ashley Kaltwasser
  • 2014: Ashley Kaltwasser
  • 2013: Ashley Kaltwasser
  • 2012: Nathalia Melo
  • 2011: Nicole Nagrani
  • 2010: Sonia Gonzalez

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Greg Patuto
Greg has covered the four major sports for six years and has been featured on sites such as Sports Illustrated, Fox Sports, SB Nation, NJ.com, and FanSided. Now, he is transitioning into the world of bodybuilding and strength sports.