2024 Arnold Classic Pro Wheelchair Results

Rajesh John wins Pro Wheelchair during the 2024 Arnold Classic!

The 2024 Arnold Classic featured the Pro Wheelchair division once again and it featured many familiar faces on stage. This year, it was Rajesh John who appeared in Columbus and won the Pro Wheelchair title during his debut at the Arnold Classic.

In 2022, Gabriele Andriulli defeated Harold Kelley but Kelley was able to get his revenge during the Olympia in December. He was also victorious during the 2023 Arnold Classic, making it six of the last seven Arnold titles while also being the five-time Olympia champion.

This year, Rajesh John burst onto the scene and was able to defeat Andriulli, who finished as the runner-up.

This weekend held the 2024 Arnold Classic Pro Wheelchair competition, showcasing the best wheelchair bodybuilders in the world. All fighting for the title of number one. The full results have finally been announced. You can check them out below:

2024 Arnold Classic Pro Wheel Chair Results

  • First Place – Rajesh John
  • Second Place – Gabriele Andriulli
  • Third Place – Josue Fabiano
  • Fourth Place – Harold Kelley
  • Fifth Place – Gaylon Grigsby
  • Sixth Place – Bradley Betts
  • Seventh Place – Leonard Hamilton

Official Score Card

Previous Winners

  • 2023: Harold Kelley
  • 2022: Gabriele Andriulli
  • 2020: Harold Kelley
  • 2019: Harold Kelley
  • 2018: Harold Kelley
  • 2017: Harold Kelley
  • 2016: Harold Kelley

2024 Arnold Classic Results & Schedule


Prejudging (12:30pm-1:30pm)

Finals (7pm-9:30pm)


Prejudging (10am-Noon)

Finals (7pm-10pm)

2024 Arnold Class Full Coverage

Generation Iron Fitness Network will provide coverage of the full Arnold Classic event including pre-judging reports, analysis, and results updates. Stay tuned to Generation Iron and to find the full 2024 Arnold Classic results, visit our official 2024 Arnold Classic coverage hub right here! 

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.