2023 Sheru Classic France Pro Bodybuilding Results

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Here are the full results from the 2023 Sheru Classic France Pro!

The 2023 Sheru Classic France Pro took place on Satuday in France with a total of four divisions taking the stage. The Men’s Open division highlighted the event and Nathan De Asha earned another victory this year.

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. The 2023 Mr. Olympia competition will take place in Orlando, Florida from November 2-5 inside the Orange County Convention Center. The 2023 Sheru Classic France Pro is another highly anticipated bodybuilding event, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 30, 2023 in Lille, France. Emile Walker, on the other hand, used his shape and back poses to stand out from the rest. Emile Walker also competed recently, but he tested the waters in second at the 2023 Flex Weekend Pro in Milan, Italy won by Nathan De Asha after falling short of Regan Grimes. This time, gold belonged to Emile Walker. Alessandro Cavagnola and Lenny Massouf took second and third place.

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

2023 Sheru Classic France Pro: All Division Winners

  • Men’s Open: Nathan De Asha
  • Classic Physique: Maxime Yedess
  • Men’s Physique: Emile Walker
  • Bikini: Kristina Brunauer

2023 Sheru Classic France Pro Breakdown

Men’s Open

  • First Place – Nathan De Asha
  • Second Place – Theo Leguerrier
  • Third Place – Tim Budesheim
  • Fourth Place – Roman Fritz
  • Fifth Place – Vlad Alfred Chiriac
  • Sixth Place – Leandro Peres
  • Seventh Place – Vitor Boff
  • Eighth Place – Khaled Al Kazem
  • Ninth Place – Maik Ciesla
  • Tenth Place – Gianluca Di Lorenzo


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Classic Physique

  • First Place – Maxime Yedess
  • Second Place – Alexander Westermeier
  • Third Place – German Pastor
  • Fourth Place – Siem Goossens
  • Fifth Place – Birica Anghel Georgian
  • Sixth Place – Roberto Martinez
  • Seventh Place – Zhivko Nikolaev Petkov
  • Eighth Place – Philipp Jendreiek
  • Ninth Place – Andreas Fotiadis
  • Tenth Place – Patrik Herczik

Men’s Physique

  • First Place – Emile Walker 
  • Second Place – Alessandro Cavagnola
  • Third Place – Lenny Massouf
  • Fourth Place – Mohammad Ali
  • Fifth Place – Furkan Er
  • Sixth Place – Abisai Pietersz
  • Seventh Place – Omer Bahamed
  • Eighth Place – Jessy Pigury
  • Ninth Place – Abel Sousa
  • Tenth Place – Alessio Foschi


  • First Place – Kristina Brunauer
  • Second Place – Vivienne Kahl
  • Third Place – Alice Marchisio
  • Fourth Place – Giuditta Taccani
  • Fifth Place – Noemi Cosentino
  • Sixth Place – Heather McDonald
  • Seventh Place – Irene Iravedra Cunarro
  • Eighth Place – Jade Kelsie Wolfenden
  • Ninth Place – Natasha Espin
  • Tenth Place – Babett Vongsanti

2023 Sheru Classic France Pro Official Scorecards

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