2023 Ms. Olympia Prejudging Report & Analysis

Final Callout

Highlights from the 2023 Ms. Olympia prejudging.

The 2023 Olympia prejudging continued on Friday afternoon with the Ms. Olympia competitors taking the stage for the first time. Since its return in 2020, the division has been dominated by Andrea Shaw. She is the reigning three-time champion and the name to beat once again.

Angela Yeo returned to the Olympia this year after finishing second to Shaw a year ago. She was featured in the first callout, along with Michaela Aycock and Alcione Barreto. Both competitors were Top 10 from a year ago. Shaw and Yeo spent comparisons centerstage so the judges could get a good look.

The judges went into a third and final callout, featuring just Shaw and Yeo. Early on, this seems like the top two but the question remains, can Yeo knockoff the three-time defending champion? A total of four competitors from the Top 10 return from last year but Shaw and Yeo impressed among others during their first time on stage.

The prejudging is now complete for this division. The Ms. Olympia competition has gained momentum since its return and has a clear top-tier of competitors. Check out how callouts went from Orlando during the afternoon portion of the show.

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Callout Report

First Callout

First Callout

  • Michaela Aycock
  • Alcione Barreto
  • Natalia Kovaleva
  • Sherry Priami
  • Angela Yeo
  • Andrea Shaw

Second Callout

Second Callout

  • MayLa Ash
  • Reshanna Boswell
  • Chelsea Dion
  • Julia Whitesel

Third Callout

Third Callout (Top 2)

  • Angela Yeo
  • Andrea Shaw

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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.