Europa Pro 2023 Bodybuilding Championships Results

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Regan Grimes wins the 2023 Europa Pro Bodybuilding Championships!

The 2023 Europa Pro Bodybuilding Championships took place over the weekend on Sunday, Sept. 17th, in Alicante, Spain. The IFBB Pro League event featured nine bodybuilding divisions. The Men’s Open show was the highlight of the event once again and Regan Grimes proved superior, punching his tickets to the 2023 Olympia taking place this November 2nd – 5th in Orlando, FL.

Grimes returned to the stage last weekend during the 2023 Flex Weekend Pro for the first time since 2022. He finished as the runner-up to Nathan De Asha but turned the tables this weekend.

The Olympia qualification system has changed this year. If an athlete did not finish in the top three in the previous year, or top five in Men’s Open bodybuilding, they will have to win a show to qualify for the Olympia contest. The points qualification system is no more. Also, former winners of an Olympia title have lifetime eligibility. With no point system in place, qualifying has been more challenging this season, especially with the upcoming 2023 Mr. Olympia competition taking place at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando. A new crop of competitors is now qualified for this November’s Olympia showdown. – The 2023 Europa Pro Championships in Alicante, Spain, featured nine IFBB Pro League contests, including the Men’s Open category where Canadian bodybuilder Regan Grimes beat out Nathan De Asha in a close contest.

The full results from the show have been announced. Below, check out the full breakdown, along with an official scorecard.

2023 Europa Pro Championships: All Division Winners

  • Men’s Open: Regan Grimes
  • Men’s 212: Oleh Kryvyi
  • Classic Physique: Wesley Vissers
  • Men’s Physique: Sidy Pouye
  • Women’s Bodybuilding: Chelsea Dion
  • Women’s Physique: Karina Goncalves
  • Figure: Gabriela Linhartova
  • Fitness: Michaela Pavleova
  • Bikini: Valerya Fedorenko
  • Wellness: Sandra Colorado Acal

2023 Europa Pro Championships Breakdown

Men’s Open

  • First Place – Regan Grimes
  • Second Place – Nathan De Asha
  • Third Place – Tm Budesheim
  • Fourth Place – Theo Leguerrier
  • Fifth Place – Roman Fritz
  • Sixth Place – Pablo Llopis
  • Seventh Place – Volodymyr Byruk
  • Eighth Place – Jan Turek
  • Ninth Place – Dorian Haywood
  • Tenth Place – Liang Yan

 

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Men’s 212

  • First Place – Oleh Kryvyi
  • Second Place – Marco Ruz
  • Third Place – Francisco Barrios Vik
  • Fourth Place – Dobromir Delev
  • Fifth Place – Dean White
  • Sixth Place – Tomas Tabaciar
  • Seventh Place – Ayat Najd Baghri
  • Eighth Place – Cesar Oyarce Auladell
  • Ninth Place – Pedro Navarro Delgado
  • Tenth Place – Asmawi Zolkifli

 

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Classic Physique

  • First Place – Wesley Vissers
  • Second Place – Jose Maria Mete Bueriberi
  • Third Place – German Pastor
  • Fourth Place – Roberto Martinez
  • Fifth Place – Ruben Lopez Reyes
  • Sixth Place – Zhivko Nikolaev Petkov
  • Seventh Place – Miguel Malimo
  • Eighth Place – Esteban Smith
  • Ninth Place – Valeri Enchev
  • Tenth Place – Thomas Kunz

 

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Men’s Physique 

  • First Place – Sidy Pouye
  • Second Place – Ali Bilal
  • Third Place – Adeyami Awoyemi
  • Fourth Place – Isaac Francis
  • Fifth Place – Mohammad Ali
  • Sixth Place – Febo Gambacorta
  • Seventh Place – Alessandro Cavagnola
  • Eighth Place – Happy Edodo Oguieva
  • Ninth Place – Alvaro Rios Del Coa
  • Tenth Place – Tunde Hassan

 

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Women’s Bodybuilding

  • First Place – Chelsea Dion
  • Second Place – Viktoria Knysh
  • Third Place – Jacqueline Fuchs
  • Fourth Place – Julia Forey
  • Fifth Place – Virginia Sanchez
  • Sixth Place – Ivana Dvorakova
  • Seventh Place – Lisa Kudrey
  • Eighth Place – Cristina Arellano Goy

 

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Women’s Physique 

  • First Place – Karina Goncalves
  • Second Place – Carolina Alves dos Santos
  • Third Place – Sarah Bradley
  • Fourth Place – Emila Balkova
  • Fifth Place – Joanna Romano
  • Sixth Place – Marina Kassinopoullou
  • Seventh Place – Kerstin Telker
  • Eighth Place – Tatiana Bulut
  • Ninth Place – Anastasia Papoutsaki
  • Tenth Place – Alessandra Patricia Da Silva

Figure

  • First Place – Gabriela Linhartova
  • Second Place – Paula Ranta
  • Third Place – Arya Bahar
  • Fourth Place – Anna Kohckar
  • Fifth Place – Nadine Claudia Huber
  • Sixth Place – Lauren Green
  • Seventh Place – Rejoice Goodwin
  • Eighth Place – Susana Serrano
  • Ninth Place – Stella Miliani
  • Tenth Place – Katja Nowak

 

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Fitness

  • First Place – Michaela Pavleova
  • Second Place – Amy Hamilton
  • Third Place – Minna Pajulahti
  • Fourth Place – Nikolett Szabo
  • Fifth Place – Donnie Chow
  • Sixth Place – Annika Drescher

Bikini

  • First Place – Valerya Fedorenko
  • Second Place – Chantal Hill
  • Third Place – Lisa Reith
  • Fourth Place – Ottavia Mazza
  • Fifth Place – Kristina Brunauer
  • Sixth Place – Marisa Woo
  • Seventh Place – Raina Stamatiadou
  • Eighth Place – Angela Valenzuela
  • Ninth Place – Giuditta Taccani
  • Tenth Place – Noora Mahonen

Wellness

  • First Place – Sandra Colorado Acal
  • Second Place – Klaudia Vanessa Csuri
  • Third Place – Paula Dominguez Garcia
  • Fourth Place – Nerilde Garcia Strey
  • Fifth Place – Charline Mas
  • Sixth Place – Lexy Oliver
  • Seventh Place – Debora Boff
  • Eighth Place – Anna Mroczkowska
  • Ninth Place – Carlota Espin Salcedo
  • Tenth Place – Paula Fernandez Lopez

2023 Europa Pro Championships Official Scorecards

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