2024 Dallas Pro Bodybuilding Results

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Here are the full results from the 2024 Dallas Pro Bodybuilding show!

The 2024 Dallas Pro took place on Saturday in Dallas, TX. The Bikini pro and Men’s Wheelchair division took the stage for judging, hoping to earn a spot in the 2024 Olympia. In the end, it was Kate Carroll who was victorious in the Bikini Pro division and James Berger in the Men’s Wheelchair division.

Carroll has competed four times this year and picked up her first victory in Dallas. She was the runner-up during the 2024 Mile High Pro and finished in the top five three times. She will make her debut at the Olympia in 2024.

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

2024 Dallas Pro: All Division Winners

  • Bikini: Kate Carroll
  • Pro Wheelchair: James Berger

2024 Dallas Pro Breakdown


  • First Place – Kate Carroll
  • Second Place – Ashley Kaltwasser
  • Third Place – Reyna Perez Mecalco
  • Fourth Place – Jessica Machado
  • Fifth Place – Jordan Fisher
  • Sixth Place – Daniela Burrola Reyes
  • Seventh Place – Brooklin Bade
  • Eighth Place – Rebecca Ianno
  • Ninth Place – Maria Conde
  • Tenth Place – Andrina Scharli


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Pro Wheelchair

  • First Place – Jame Berger
  • Second Place – Kyle Roberts
  • Third Place – Bryan Williams

2024 Dallas Pro Official Scorecards

Men’s Wheelchair Winner – James Berger

This is Berger’s second year competing as a pro and is now looking to compete at the 2024 Wheel Chair Olympia.

Bikini Pro Division Winner – Kate Caroll

Kate Caroll won her first pro victory and qualified for the 2024 Bikini Pro. It was a surprise victory given the clear favorite coming into the event was Ashley Kaltwasser. For more news and updates, follow Generation Iron on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

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