2023 Toronto Pro Supershow Results

Iain Valliere

Bodybuilder Iain Valliere wins Men’s Open Division. Here is a full breakdown of the 2023 Toronto Pro Supershow, including winners from nine other divisions!

The 2023 Toronto Pro Supershow took place on Sunday, June 4th 2023 in Toronto with 10 IFBB Pro divisions on display hoping to qualify for the Olympia, the biggest show in professional bodybuilding taking place in Orlando, Florida from November 2nd – 5th 2023. The categories ranged from Men’s Open, 212 Bodybuilding, Classic Physique, Men’s Physique, Men’s Wheelchair, Women’s Bodybuilding, Figure, Bikini, Women’s Physique, and Wellness.

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 Men’s Open division was the highlight of the show with a new champion being crowned. Mohamed Shaaban did not return to the stage to defend his title from 2022, opening the door for a new competitor. The battle between Iain Valliere and Hassan Mostafa was one to watch from the beginning.

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

2023 Toronto Pro Supershow: All Divisions Winners

  • Men’s Open: Iain Valliere
  • Men’s 212: Piotr Borecki
  • Classic Physique: Samuel Paquin
  • Men’s Physique: Mehdi Kabbadj
  • Women’s Bodybuilding: Julia Whitesel
  • Figure: Lola Montez
  • Bikini: Eli Fernandez
  • Women’s Physique: Emilija Martin
  • Wellness: Sandra Colorado Acal
  • Wheelchair Bodybuilding: Mohammadreza Tabriza Nouri

2023 Toronto Pro Supershow Breakdown

Men’s Open

  • First Place – Iain Valliere
  • Second Place – Hassan Mostafa
  • Third Place – Ross Flanagan
  • Fourth Place – Robin Strand
  • Fifth Place – Joe Seeman

 

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Men’s 212

  • First Place – Piotr Borecki
  • Second Place – Sung Yeop Jang
  • Third Place – Chris Buhr
  • Fourth Place – Hwang Shin
  • Fifth Place – Ming Chun Hon

 

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Classic Physique

  • First Place – Samuel Paquin
  • Second Place – Carl Gaithersburg
  • Third Place – Gregory Dawson
  • Fourth Place – Edgar John Augustin
  • Fifth Place – Maurice Burgess

 

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Men’s Physique

  • First Place – Mehdi Kabbadj
  • Second Place – Rodrigue Chesnier
  • Third Place – Bhuwan Chatham
  • Fourth Place – Julian Colley
  • Fifth Place – Gary Cooper

Women’s Bodybuilding

  • First Place – Julia Whitesel
  • Second Place – Teresa Ivanchik
  • Third Place – Tananarive Huie
  • Fourth Place – Melina Perron

Figure

  • First Place – Lola Montez
  • Second Place – Manon Dutilly
  • Third Place – Jodi Boam
  • Fourth Place – Lauren Martin
  • Fifth Place – Dalila Algeria

Bikini

  • First Place – Eli Fernandez
  • Second Place – Adair Libbrecht
  • Third Place – Maxine Somov
  • Fourth Place – Brittany Gillespie
  • Fifth Place – Kateryna Kauffman

Women’s Physique

  • First Place – Emilija Martin 
  • Second Place – Romana Skotzen
  • Third Place – Amandine Kolly
  • Fourth Place – Alyssa Coppolino
  • Fifth Place – Nathalee Thompson

Wellness

  • First Place – Sandra Colorado Acal
  • Second Place – Kristen Briadwell
  • Third Place – Emily Azzarello
  • Fourth Place – Anne-Marie Gobeill
  • Fifth Place – Lauren Barton

Wheelchair Bodybuilding

  • First Place – Mohammadreza Tabriza Nouri
  • Second Place – Tim Caldwell
  • Third Place – Jason Metcalf
  • Fourth Place – Bryan Williams
  • Fifth Place – Jack McCann

Exclusive Interview With Toronto Pro Champ Iain Valliere

Iain Valliere may have had a bumpy roller coaster of a career over the past few season, but one thing that cannot be contested is that he is a non-stop hard worker. We here at Generation Iron had the pleasure of interviewing Valliere in 2021 to discuss his rigorous competition schedule – competing in both the Arnold Classic and the Mr. Olympia with only six weeks between both competitions.

The interview gives great insight into the aggressive mindset Iain Valliere has about his bodybuilding lifestyle and competition prep in the IFBB pro league. You can check it out below:

2023 Toronto Pro Supershow Official Scorecards

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