2022 Ms. Olympia Results

2022 Olympia

Andrea Shaw completes the three-peat as Ms. Olympia champion!

The Ms. Olympia competition was back for its third year since a short hiatus and Andrea Shaw was looking to complete the three-peat.

That is exactly what she did as Shaw continues to prove that she is the one to beat in the division. Shaw came in with her usual, incredible conditioning and put on a show for the crowd.

The top four from the final callout during prejudging finished at the top of the standing Friday night. Angela Yeo put on quite a show during her first Olympia competition. She impressed during prejudging and was able to finish as the runner-up to Shaw. Helle Trevino finished third while Margie Martin earned fourth place in her final Olympia competition.

When looking at the competitors vying for Ms. Olympia, this competition could not have been a bust. It was extremely exciting from the start and the full results have been announced. Below, you can find the full results, along with the previous winners and an official score card.

2022 Olympia Ms. Olympia Results

  • First Place – Andrea Shaw ($50,000)
  • Second Place – Angela Yeo ($20,000)
  • Third Place – Helle Trevino ($12,000)
  • Fourth Place – Margie Martin ($7,000)
  • Fifth Place – Branka Njegovic ($6,000)
  • Sixth Place – Michaela Aycock
  • Seventh Place – Theresa Ivancik
  • Eighth Place – Alcione Santos Barreto
  • Ninth Place – Chelsea Dion
  • Tenth Place – Michelle Jin

2022 Official Ms. Olympia Scorecard

Ms. Olympia

Previous Ms. Olympia Winners

  • 2021: Andrea Shaw
  • 2020: Andrea Shaw
  • 2014: Iris Kyle
  • 2013: Iris Kyle
  • 2012: Iris Kyle
  • 2011: Iris Kyle
  • 2010: Iris Kyle
  • 2009: Iris Kyle
  • 2008: Iris Kyle
  • 2007: Iris Kyle
  • 2006: Iris Kyle

2022 Mr. Olympia Friday Night Results

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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.