2021 Olympia Wellness Results

Here are the full results from the Olympia 2021 Wellness division.

There was history made on stage at the Olympia this year. The Wellness division was featured for the first time at the biggest event of the year. In year one, it was an exciting show that brings even more hype for years to come. In the end, it was Francielle Mattos who took home the first Olympia Wellness title.

In May, Angela Borges became the first Wellness competitor to ever qualify for the Olympia. She finished with the gold medal at the Jim Manion’s IFBB Pro League Pittsburgh Pro. Borges finished with the silver behind Mattos. She was the first of many big names to qualify and load up the competitors’ list for the event.

Renee Jewett was one of the names to beat coming into the event. It was a good year for Jewett as she finished third at the Chicago Pro and ended up winning the Tampa Pro to earn qualification. Devyn Cambre entered as another dark-horse in the competition looking to take home the first Olympia Wellness title.

This was the first of what will be many great Wellness battles at the Olympia to come. The full results have been announced. Below, you can find the official results along with the score card.

Olympia 2021 Wellness Results

  • 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

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Official 2021 Olympia Wellness Score Card

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