2022 Bigman Weekend Pro Bodybuilding Results

Results

Brett Wilkin wins the Men’s Open title at the 2022 Bigman Weekend Pro!

The 2022 Bigman Weekend Pro took place on Sunday with winners vying for qualification to the 2023 Olympia. The qualification period had passed for this year. Men’s Open and Bikini competitors gathered in Alcante, Spain for what was a loaded competition.

Brett Wilkin highlighted the show with a victory in Men’s Open. He finished as the runner-up during the 2022 Romania Muscle Fest Pro a couple weeks back and was able to get over the hump in Spain. Wilkin was able to come out victorious in a lineup that featured Andra Presti and Theo Leguerrier. Mohamed Shaaban also entered looking for an early qualification.

In Bikini, it will be Ivanna Escandar who earned an early ticket to the biggest show of the year in 2023.

The winners from the show have been announce while we wait for full results. Below, checkout a breakdown of the event.

2022 Bigman Weekend Pro: All Division Winners

  • Men’s Open: Brett Wilkin
  • Bikini: Ivanna Escandar

2022 Bigman Weekend Pro Breakdown

Men’s Open

  • First Place – Brett Wilkin
  • Second Place – Andrea Presti
  • Third Place – Theo Leguerrier
  • Fourth Place – Mohamed Shaaban
  • Fifth Place – Roman Fritz
  • Sixth Place – Andrea Muzi
  • Seventh Place – Sibusiso Kotelo
  • Eighth Place – Milan Sadek
  • Ninth Place – Pablo Llopis Munoz
  • Tenth Place – Dani Kaganovich

Bikini

  • First Place – Ivanna Escandar
  • Second Place – Shantal Barros
  • Third Place – Klaudia Ignasiak
  • Fourth Place – Angela Valenzuela Martinez
  • Fifth Place – Claudia Clemente
  • Sixth Place – Anastasia Horosceva
  • Seventh Place – Tatiana Lanovenko
  • Eighth Place – Sarah Neuheisel
  • Ninth Place – Giuditta Taccani
  • Tenth Place – Irene Iravedra Cunarro

2022 Bigman Weekend Pro Official Score Cards

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