2021 Olympia Women’s Physique Prejudging Report & Analysis

Highlights from the Olympia 2021 Women’s Physique prejudging.

The Olympia 2021 Women’s Physique division saw prejudging come and go on Friday morning. Reigning champion Sarah Villegas headlined a group of 18 competitors looking to take home the Olympia title. We will find out the winner on Friday night and this prejudging round gave a sense of where the athletes stand.

It is no surprise that Villegas was part of the first callout, along with five other competitors. Brooke Walker and Natalia Abraham Coelho joined Villegas and are contenders to take the crown. There was not much movement in the first callout with competitors hitting some of their best poses.

Elizabeth Bradshaw was a late addition to the second callout after being left out of the first. Ana Harias, Barbara Menage, and Melissa Teich were also part of the first callout.

Villegas returned for the final callout as part of a top four. Walker and Coelho returned as well, along with Menage. This shows that there is a clear top level of competition to take down. Check out a full breakdown of the Women’s Physique prejudging below. the champion will be crowned on Friday night during the first night of finals.

Callout Report

First Callout

  • Natalia Abraham Coelho
  • Ana Harias
  • Barbara Menage
  • Melissa Teich
  • Brooke Walker
  • Sarah Villegas

Second Callout

  • Laura Pintado Chinchilla
  • Patricia Gosselin
  • Anne-Lorraine Mohn
  • Ivie Rhein
  • Christelle Zarovska
  • Elizabeth Bradshaw

Third Callout

  • Tanya Chartrand
  • Lenka Ferencukova
  • Alyssa Kiessling
  • Bork Im Park
  • Emily Renee Schubert
  • Carli Terepka

Fourth Callout

  • Ana Harias
  • Melissa Teich
  • Ivie Rhein
  • Christelle Zarovska

Fifth Callout (Top 4)

  • Natalia Abraham Coelho
  • Barbara Menage
  • Brooke Walker
  • Sarah Villegas

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