2023 Musclecontest Nevada State Pro Results

Bikini Pro, Ashley Kaltwasser wins the 2023 Musclecontest Nevada State Pro!

The 2023 Musclecontest Nevada State Pro took place on Saturday, June 3rd 2023 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Bikini Pro division was on display and saw a familiar face come away with a victory. IFBB Bikini Pro, Ashley Kaltwasser proved superior and punched her ticket to yet another Olympia competition.

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.

Kaltwasser did not need to win a show to qualify for the Olympia considering she is a former three-time champion. She has appeared on stage in 10 or more shows in each of the last two years. In 2022, she competed 12 times and finished in the top three each time. Kaltwasser totaled seven victories, including in Nevada once again, and was third at the Olympia.

The Bikini division continues to grow and remains top-heavy in talent. Kaltwasser is one of the best competitors in the division and will look to bring home another title on the biggest stage come November.

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

 

 

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2023 Musclecontest Nevada State Pro Breakdown

  • First Place – Ashley Kaltwasser
  • Second Place – Jessica Wilson
  • Third Place – Reijuana Harley
  • Fourth Place – Tara Grier
  • Fifth Place – Gina Scafoglio
  • Sixth Place – Valerya Fedorenko
  • Seventh Place – Maya Soleil Astabie
  • Eighth Place – Jocelyn Canevari
  • Ninth Place – Savannah Watchman
  • Tenth Place – Laura Stalinkeviciute

2023 Musclecontest Nevada State Pro Official Scorecard

Scorecard

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