2023 Mr. Olympia Results For All Divisions – Complete Official Scorecards

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2023 Mr. Olympia Results

Derek Lunsford is the New Mr. Olympia Champion!

The 2023 Olympia returned to the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando November 2nd – 5th for the third time in four years. The event took place in Las Vegas last year but returned East where Big Ramy won two in a row in 2020 and 2021. Generation Iron was on the ground floor providing coverage for the full Olympia weekend. We have updated our coverage on this page throughout the weekend – reporting on division winners, full scorecards, and any breaking news.

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This year, Big Ramy did not compete after a series of low placings and struggles during the 2023 season. However, Hadi Choopan took the stage to defend his title against Derek Lunsford. Derek Lunsford won the 2023 Mr. Olympia and now has become the first bodybuilder to ever win an Olympia title in two different divisions. Lunsford becomes the 18th bodybuilder to win the Sandow. This year, Hadi Choopan, placed second. Samson Dauda placed third.

2023 Mr. Olympia Winner: Derek Lunsford 

Weight Height Date Of Birth
205-215 lbs. 5’6’’ 1993
Profession Era Nationality
Bodybuilder, Fitness Coach 2010 American

After finishing third last year at the 2022 Mr. Olympia, Nick Walker announced he will be out of the 2023 Mr. Olympia this year with a torn hamstring. Walker finished runner up to Samson Dauda during the 2023 Arnold Classic.

The 2023 Olympia wrapped up on Saturday night. Below, you can find the full list of winners and scorecards at the 2023 Olympia, along with breakdowns of each division. Generation Iron will update this article over the course of the weekend with results as they come in.

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2023 Olympia Results For All Divisions

The pro bodybuilding competitions for the 2023 Olympia weekend wrapped up on Saturday, November 4th. Generation Iron has provided the results and official scorecards listed below.

2023 Mr. Olympia (Men’s Open) Results

The battle between Hadi Choopan and Derek Lunsford was on once again. The top two from last year were as good as can be once again but this year, it was Lunsford who rose to the top. Samson Dauda and Andrew Jacked saw great jumps into the top five this year while Brandon Curry remained fourth.

  • First Place – Derek Lunsford ($400,000)
  • Second Place – Hadi Choopan ($150,000)
  • Third Place – Samson Dauda ($100,000)
  • Fourth Place – Brandon Curry ($40,000)
  • Fifth Place – Andrew Jacked ($35,000)
  • Sixth Place – Hunter Labrada
  • Seventh Place – Michal Krizo
  • Eighth Place – Tonio Burton
  • Ninth Place – Regan Grimes
  • Tenth Place – Charles Griffen

Derek Lunsford Wins the 2023 Mr. Olympia Recap

2023 Classic Physique Olympia Results


Full Name: Chris Bumstead (Classic Physique Bodybuilder)

Weight Height Date Of Birth
215-220 lbs 6’1″ 2/2/1995
Division Era Nationality
Classic Physique 2010s, 2020s Canadian

The Classic Physique division entered the weekend looking at at four-time champion Chris Bumstead. The talent might be deep in the division but was it enough to dethrone the champ? Not quite yet. Chris Bumstead was crowned champion in the Classic Physique division for the fifth consecutive year.

  • First Place – Chris Bumstead ($50,000)
  • Second Place – Ramon Rocha Queiroz ($20,000)
  • Third Place – Urs Kalecinski ($12,000)
  • Fourth Place – Breon Ansley ($7,000)
  • Fifth Place – Terrence Ruffin ($6,000)
  • Sixth Place – Michael Daboul
  • Seventh Place – Wesley Vissers
  • Eighth Place – Mike Sommerfeld
  • Ninth Place – Vahid Badpei
  • Tenth Place – Jae Hun Park

2023 Men’s 212 Olympia Results

Keone Pearson

Full Name: Keone Pearson (Men’s 212 Bodybuilder)

Weight Height Date Of Birth
205-210 lbs 5’10″ 2/23/1995
Division Era Nationality
Men’s 212 2010s, 2020s American

Shaun Clarida entered as the reigning champion but was tested immediately during prejudging. Keone Pearson impressed early on and made it clear that he would be a threat to the title. In the end, he was able to win it all. Angel Calderon Frias also impressed and finished in third place.

  • First Place – Keone Pearson ($50,000)
  • Second Place – Shaun Clarida ($20,000)
  • Third Place – Angel Calderon Frias ($10,000)
  • Fourth Place – Kerrith Bajjo ($6,000)
  • Fifth Place – Ahmad Ashkanani ($4,000)
  • Sixth Place – Oleh Kryvyi
  • Seventh Place – Naser Mohamed
  • Eighth Place – Andrei Melnikov
  • Ninth Place – Fabrizio de Sousa Moreira
  • Tenth Place – Felipe Moraes

2023 Men’s Physique Olympia Results

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Full Name: Ryan Terry
Weight Height Date of Birth
185 – 225 lbs 5’10” 11/17/1988
Division Era Nationality
Men’s Physique 2010s – Till Date British

During prejudging, Ryan Terry emerged as a threat to the title thanks to his improve physique and incredible posing. Ryan Terry was able to defeat many champions on stage including Erin Banks and Brandon Hendrickson to become the 2023 Men’s Physique Olympia Champion.

  • First Place – Ryan Terry ($50,000)
  • Second Place – Brandon Hendrickson ($20,000)
  • Third Place – Erin Banks ($12,000)
  • Fourth Place – Emanuel Hunter ($7,000)
  • Fifth Place – Diogo Montenegro ($6,000)
  • Sixth Place – Corey Morris
  • Seventh Place – Kyron Holden
  • Eighth Place – Jeremy Buendia
  • Ninth Place – Vitor Chaves
  • Tenth Place – Jeremy Potvin

2023 Ms. Olympia Results

Andrea Shaw

Full Name: Andrea Shaw (Women’s Bodybuilder)

Weight Height Date Of Birth
180-190 lbs 5’5″ 12/18/1983
Division Era Nationality
Women’s Bodybuilding 2010s, 2020s American

Since the Ms. Olympia competition returned in 2020, it has been dominated by Andrea Shaw. She won the previous three competitions since its return and had sights set on another. Angela Yeo went toe-to-toe with Andrea Shaw during prejudging and ended as the runner-up. Andrea Shaw proved victorious to win the 2023 Ms. Olympia crown. 

  • First Place – Andrea Shaw ($50,000)
  • Second Place – Angela Yeo ($20,000)
  • Third Place – Alcieta Barreta ($12,000)
  • Fourth Place – Sherri Priami ($7,000)
  • Fifth Place – Natalia Covaleva ($6,000)
  • Sixth Place – Michaela Aycock
  • Seventh Place – MayLa Ash
  • Eighth Place – Chelsea Dion
  • Ninth Place – Reshanna Boswell
  • Tenth Place – Julia Whitesel

2023 Figure Olympia Results

Cydney Gillon

Full Name: Cydney Gillon (Women’s Figure Bodybuilder)

Weight Height Date Of Birth
125-135 lbs 5’4″ 9/14/1992
Division Era Nationality
Women’s Figure 2010, 2020s American

Gillon entered as the favorite to reclaim her title but was pushed during prejudging by Jessica Reyes Padilla. She entered as the reigning Masters Olympia champion and showed that she will be a threat during prejudging. In the end, Gillon was too strong to be taken down and claimed her seventh consecutive Women’s Figure Olympia title. Padilla finished as the runner-up as Lola Montez rounded out the top three.

  • First Place – Cydney Gillon ($50,000)
  • Second Place – Jessica Reyes Padilla ($20,000)
  • Third Place – Lola Montez ($12,000)
  • Fourth Place – Cherish Richardson ($7,000)
  • Fifth Place – Natalia Soltero ($5,000)
  • Sixth Place – Ericka Morales Morgan
  • Seventh Place – Rhea Gayle
  • Eighth Place – Jennifer Zienert
  • Ninth Place – Adela Ondrejovicova
  • Tenth Place – Maria Luisa Baeza Diaz Pereira

2023 Women’s Physique Olympia Results

Sarah Villegas

Full Name: Sarah Villegas (Women’s Physique Bodybuilder)

Weight Height Date Of Birth
150-155 lbs 5’4″″ 1991
Division Era Nationality
Classic Physique 2010s, 2020s American

Coelho took down Villegas last year and this seemed to be the matchup to watch following prejudging. And that was the case during the final as well. Villegas was determined to get her title back and did just that on Friday night. Zena Benta leaped into third place, over the likes of Brooke Walker who finished in fourth place. Anne-Lorraine Mohn rounded out the top five.

  • First Place – Sarah Villegas ($50,000)
  • Second Place – Natalia Abraham Coelho ($20,000)
  • Third Place – Zena Benta ($12,000)
  • Fourth Place – Brooke Walker ($7,000)
  • Fifth Place – Anne-Lorraine Mohn ($6,000)
  • Sixth Place – Ivie Rhein
  • Seventh Place – Pamela Canfield
  • Eighth Place – Alex Hall
  • Ninth Place – Jeannie Feldman
  • Tenth Place – Emily Schubert

2023 Fitness Olympia Results

Oksana Grishina

Full Name: Oksana Grishina (Fitness Bodybuilder)

Weight Height Date Of Birth
114-120 lbs 5’3″ 3/25/1978
Division Era Nationality
Women’s Fitness 2000s, 2010s, 2020s Russian

Grishina impressed during prejudging and became an immediate threat to the title. She was forced to miss the 2022 Olympia due to an injury and trained to recover and improve further. Taylor Learmont finished as the runner-up in her Olympia debut. Jaclyn Baker rounded out the top three.

  • First Place – Oksana Grishina ($50,000)
  • Second Place – Taylor Learmont ($20,000)
  • Third Place – Jaclyn Baker ($12,000)
  • Fourth Place – Ariel Khadr ($7,000)
  • Fifth Place – Whitney Jones ($6,000)
  • Sixth Place – Jodi Boam
  • Seventh Place – Sara Kovach
  • Eighth Place – Michaela Pavleova
  • Ninth Place – Darrian Tissenbaum
  • Tenth Place – Amber Steffen

2023 Bikini Olympia Results

Jennifer Dorie

Full Name: Jennifer Dorie (Classic Physique Bodybuilder)

Weight Height Date of Birth
120 lbs 5’4″ 10/7/1996
Division Era Nationality
Bikini 2010, 2020 Canadian

Jennifer Dorie was crowned champion in 2021 before being topped by Maureen Blanquisco last year. When it was all said and done, Dorie was able to regain her title. The prejudging round was full of champions in the final callout. Dorie was joined by Blanquisco and Ashley Kaltwasser. This would end up being the final three and this was the case last year as well.

  • First Place – Jennifer Dorie ($50,000)
  • Second Place – Maureen Blanquisco ($20,000)
  • Third Place – Ashley Kaltwasser ($12,000)
  • Fourth Place – Lauralie Chapados ($7,000)
  • Fifth Place – Elisa Pecini ($6,000)
  • Sixth Place – Aimee Leann Delgado
  • Seventh Place – Ariana Brothers
  • Eighth Place – Ashlyn Little
  • Ninth Place – Daraja Hill
  • Tenth Place – Jourdanne Lee

2023 Wellness Olympia Results

Francielle Mattos

Full Name: Francielle Mattos (Wellness Bodybuilder)

Weight Height Date of Birth
176 lbs 5’5″ 8/26/1986
Division Era Nationality
Wellness 2010, 2020 Brazilian

The separation between the top two competitors was one point. Francielle Mattos becaume the 2023 Wellness Champion. Mattos pushed to the brink by Isabella Nunes in prejudging and it was expected to be a close race. Many competitors were able to take a step up this year. This includes Rayane Fogal, who finished fourth, and Giselle Machado leaping into the top three.

  • First Place – Francielle Mattos ($50,000)
  • Second Place – Isabelle Nunes ($20,000)
  • Third Place – Elisa Alcantara ($12,000)
  • Fourth Place – Rayane Fogal ($7,000)
  • Fifth Place – Giselle Machado ($6,000)
  • Sixth Place – Kassandra Gillis
  • Seventh Place – Tefani Sam Razhi
  • Eighth Place – Sandra Colorado Acal
  • Ninth Place – Marissa Andrews
  • Tenth Place – Leonida Ciobu

2023 Pro Wheelchair Olympia Results


Full Name: Karol Milewski (Wheelchair Bodybuilder)

Weight Height Date of Birth
Division Era Nationality

Karol Milewski becomes the first bodybuilder to defeat Harold Kelley on the Wheelchair Bodybuilding Olympia stage. Gabriele Andriulli defeated Harold Kelley at the 2022 Arnold Classic but he was able to get his revenge in Las Vegas. Milewski showed off an impressive physique and routine that got the judges attention right away.

  • First Place – Karol Milewski
  • Second Place – Harold Kelley
  • Third Place – Josue Fabiano Barreto Monteiro
  • Fourth Place – Mohammadreszi Tabrizi Nouri
  • Fifth Place – Gabrielle Andruili
  • Sixth Place – Tyler Brey
  • Seventh Place – Antoni Khadraoui
  • Eighth Place – Tory Jones
  • Ninth Place – Bradley Betts
  • Tenth Place – Tim Caldwell

Official 2023 Olympia Scorecards

2023 Olympia Previews

How To Replay and Watch 2023 Olympia

The biggest weekend in bodybuilding is just wrapped up and many fans do not want to miss any of the action.

The schedule started on Thursday afternoon with the Live Olympia Press Conference followed by the Meet The Olympians event at night. Prejudging wrapped up on Friday morning with six divisions taking the stage. Men’s Open prejudging took place after the first set of finals. Saturday followed the same format for the remaining four divisions, including Pro Wheelchair where prejudging and finals took place at once.

All of the action from the weekend is  available via pay-per-view for $74.99 on olympiaproductions.comAll events will also be available to watch back once completed as well. This includes the Amateur Olympia as well, which have taken place on Wednesday.


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2023 Olympia Weekend Schedule

Wednesday, Nov. 1

  • Amateur Olympia – Men’s Judging & Finals, 8:00 am

Thursday, Nov. 2

  • Olympia Press Conference, 12:00 pm
  • Meet the Olympians, 7:00 pm

Friday, Nov. 3

  • Olympia World Fitness Expo, 9 am
  • Olympia Prejudging – Fitness, Men’s 212, Figure, Women’s Physique, Ms. Olympia, Wellness, 9:30 am
  • Olympia Friday Finals – Fitness, Men’s 212, Figure, Women’s Physique, Ms. Olympia, Wellness, 6:00 pm
  • Mr. Olympia Prejudging following Friday Night Finals

Saturday, Nov. 4

  • Olympia World Fitness Expo, 9 am
  • Olympia Prejudging – Classic Physique, Men’s Physique, Bikini, Pro Wheelchair (Prejudging & Finals), 9:30 am
  • Olympia Saturday Finals – Mr. Olympia, Classic Physique, Men’s Physique, Bikini, 7:00 pm

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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.