2023 Olympia Women’s Physique Prejudging Report & Analysis

Highlights from the 2023 Olympia Women’s Physique prejudging.

The 2023 Olympia prejudging continued on Friday morning with Women’s Physique taking the stage. There was a shakeup at the top last year with Natalia Abraham Coelho taking down two-time champion Sarah Villegas.

This was the duo that headlined the first callout. After some shuffling, Coelho and Villegas were put centerstage to compare with a vigorous round of posing. They were joined by third-place finisher from last year Brooke Walker and Ivie Rhein, who was also top five.

The top two battle between Villegas and Coelho has entertained bodybuilding fans over the last two years. Of course, Coelho finished as the runner-up to Villegas in 2021 before her victory last year. After the prejudging round, it looks as though this might be the battle to watch once again to see who will take home the crown this year.

There has been a clear top level of competition to take down in recent years but will that be the case once again? Check out a full breakdown of the Women’s Physique prejudging below. The champion will be crowned on Friday night during the first night of finals.

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Callout Report

First Callout

First Callout

  • Zena Benta
  • Anne-Lorraine Mohn
  • Ivie Rhein
  • Sarah Villegas
  • Brooke Walker
  • Natalia Abraham Coelho

Second Callout

Second Callout

  • Jeannie Feldman
  • Alex Hall
  • Pamela Canfield
  • Emilija Martic
  • Elena Aviles Romero
  • Emily Schubert

third Callout

Third Callout

  • Marie-Solange Essoh
  • Danielle LaMartina
  • Amy McKown
  • Julia Monroe
  • Romana Skotzen

fourth callout

Fourth Callout (Top 2)

  • Sarah Villegas
  • Natalia Abraham Coelho

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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.