2022 Olympia Fitness Results

2022 Olympia

Missy Truscott wins the Fitness division at the 2022 Olympia.

The Fitness division kicked off the finals on Friday night and it did not disappoint. There was a clear top-tier of competitors vying for the title and the full results have now been announced and Missy Truscott is back on top after winning the show in 2020.

Reigning champion, who has won three of the last four, Whitney Jones did not compete this year due to health issues. Missy Truscott finished as the runner-up last year and was able to regain her title. She highlighted the first callout on Friday afternoon and was one of two in the final group, along with Jaclyn Baker.

Ariel Khadr entered the competition with an Arnold Classic victory under her belt already. She was featured in the first callout and put on quite a show during the final. Tamara Vahn, who finished sixth last year, was looking to take a step forward and compete with the best.

The first night of results from Las Vegas is beginning to be announced. The Fitness division is part of this first set of results. Below, you can find the full results from Fitness, along with previous winners and a score card from the event.

2022 Olympia Fitness Results

  • First Place – Missy Truscott ($50,000)
  • Second Place – Jaclyn Baker ($20,000)
  • Third Place – Ariel Khadr ($12,000)
  • Fourth Place – Sara Kovach ($7,000)
  • Fifth Place – Michelle Fredua-Mensah ($6,000)
  • Sixth Place – Tamara Vahn
  • Seventh Place – Michaela Pavleova
  • Eight Place – Minna Pajulhati
  • Ninth Place – Allison Kramer
  • Tenth Place – Terra Plum

Official 2022 Olympia Fitness Scorecard


Previous Fitness Olympia Winners

  • 2021: Whitney Jones
  • 2020: Missy Truscott
  • 2019: Whitney Jones
  • 2018: Whitney Jones
  • 2017: Oksana Grishina
  • 2016: Oksana Grishina
  • 2015: Oksana Grishina
  • 2014: Oksana Grishina

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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.