2023 Legion Sports Fest Pro Bodybuilding Results & Scorecards

Charles Griffen 2023 Legion Sports Fest

Here are the full show Bodybuilding results from the 2023 Legion Sports Fest Pro!

The 2023 Legion Sports Fest Pro, organized by the IFBB Pro League, took place over weekend of Oct 7-8th, 2023 in Reno, Nevada, with the athletes gunning for a spot on the Mr. Olympia stage this year. Many divisions in bodybuilding were on display hoping to qualify for the biggest show of the year, including eight IFBB Pro League contests. The winner of the men’s open show was Charles Griffin.

Prejudging took place in the morning with all finals taking place during the night portion of the show. The 2023 Legion Sports Fest Pro served as one of the last platforms for these athletes to secure their spot at Mr. Olympia, slated for November 2-5 in the Orange County Convention Center.

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, they will have to win a show to qualify. The points qualification system is no more. Also, former winners of an Olympia title have lifetime eligibility.

2023 Legion Sports Fest Pro: All Division Winners

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

  • Men’s Open: Charles Griffen
  • Classic Physique: Terrence Ruffin
  • Men’s Physique: Kyron Holden
  • Figure: Jessica Reyes Padilla
  • Fitness: Taylor Learmont
  • Bikini: Aimee Delgado
  • Women’s Physique: Julia Monroe
  • Wellness: Victoria Reyes Villa

2023 Legion Sports Fest Pro Breakdown

Men’s Open

First Place – Charles Griffen
Second Place – John Jewett
Third Place – Justin Rodriguez
Fourth Place – Vitor Boff
Fifth Place – Eric Wood


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Classic Physique

First Place – Terrence Ruffin
Second Place – Logan Franklin
Third Place – Daryn Shirbayev
Fourth Place – Kellen Wilson
Fifth Place – Jorge Herrera

Men’s Physique

First Place – Kyron Holden
Second Place – Erin Banks
Third Place – Andre Ferguson
Fourth Place – Rueben Glass
Fifth Place – Tyler Smith


First Place – Taylor Learmont
Second Place – Kristen Pope
Third Place – Kayla Rossi
Fourth Place – Andrea Glass
Fifth Place – Jenny Worth


First Place – Jessica Reyes Padilla
Second Place – Christine Stearns
Third Place – Sophie Jenkins
Fourth Place – Stacy Steiner
Fifth Place – Lacy Schlimmer


First Place – Aimee Delgado
Second Place – Lacy Rutland
Third Place – Aisha Kaipova
Fourth Place – Erika Devera
Fifth Place – Abbi Gaetano

Women’s Physique

First Place – Julia Monroe
Second Place – Susan Graham
Third Place – Rachel Reid
Fourth Place – JiHye Lee
Fifth Place – Jodi Marchuck


First Place – Victoria Reyes Villa
Second Place – Jennifer Zollars
Third Place – Simara Walter
Fourth Place – Rian Choi
Fifth Place – Elena Sandaevskaia

Men’s Open Winner – Charles Griffen

Charles Griffen burst onto the bodybuilding scene in 2019 when he began making incredible improvements to his physique. In 2021, he finished third at the Tampa Pro, behind only Phil Clahar and Iain Valliere. Last season, he took the stage during the Indy Pro but finished as the runner-up to Blessing Awodibu. After winning the 2022 California State Pro, he earned a trip to the 2022 Olympia, where he finished 14th. He has now joined the ranks as top competitors at this year’s 2023 Mr. Olympia.

Classic Physique Winner – Terrence Ruffin

Terrence Ruffin was the Classic Physique winner at this years Legion Sports Festival. Terrence is known to many as a pro bodybuilder, Air Force Airman, and fitness, trainer, who has competed amongst the greats at the Mr. Olympia, Arnold Classic, and many more competitions.

Men’s Physique Winner – Kyron Holden

The major upset of the event was without question, Kyron Holden winning the Men’s Physique division over Erin Banks. It was a narrow win for Holden who now scores a ticket to the 2023 Olympia and will certainly be a favorite to win.

2023 Legion Sports Fest Pro Official Scorecards

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Last Updated on October 9, 2023.

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.