2022 Olympia Women’s Physique Results

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Natalia Abraham Coelho is crowned champion in the Women’s Physique division at the 2022 Olympia.

The Women’s Physique division crowned a champion on Friday night. After finishing as the runner-up in each of the previous two years, Natalia Abraham Coelho was crowned Olympia champion.

Villegas won the previous two Olympia titles and kept it rolling as the competition moved back to Las Vegas. There was plenty of competition coming into this year and Villegas made sure to enter in her best shape. As good as Villegas was, Coelho showed that this was her year.

During prejudging, it was clear that the top two was going to remain the same for the third consecutive year. Coelho was able to do enough to win her first Olympia title. Brooke Walker rounded out the top three and proved to be a force all day long. Walker continues to improve her standing in Women’s Physique.

The full results have been announced. Check out how the Women’s Physique division played out on Friday night!

2022 Olympia Women’s Physique Results

  • First Place – Natalia Abraham Coelho ($50,000)
  • Second Place – Sarah Villegas ($20,000)
  • Third Place – Brooke Walker ($12,000)
  • Fourth Place – Barbara Menage ($7,000)
  • Fifth Place – Ivie Rhein ($6,000)
  • Sixth Place – Jeannie Feldman
  • Seventh Place – Anne-Lorraine Mohn
  • Eighth Place – Melissa Teich
  • Ninth Place – Winsome White
  • Tenth Place – Marie-Solange Essoh

2022 Official Olympia Women’s Physique Scorecard

Women's Physique

Previous Olympia Women’s Physique Winners

  • 2021: Sarah Villegas
  • 2020: Sarah Villegas
  • 2019: Shanique Grant
  • 2018: Shanique Grant
  • 2017: Juliana Malacarne
  • 2016: Juliana Malacarne
  • 2015: Juliana Malacarne
  • 2014: Juliana Malacarne
  • 2013: Dana Linn Bailey

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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.