2024 DC Pro Bodybuilding Results

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Here are the full results from the 2024 DC Pro!

The 2024 DC Pro took place on Saturday in Alexandria, VA with two divisions in bodybuilding taking the stage. The Men’s Physique and Bikini divisions competed with winners earning a spot in the 2024 Olympia.

Steven Cao will return to the Olympia for the first time since 2022. He won the Mile High Pro that year to qualify. It will be his third overall appearance on the biggest stage. Last year, Cao finished as the runner-up at the DC Pro and now improved to win the show.

Tara Grier was victorious in the Bikini division and will make her second consecutive appearance at the Olympia. This year, Grier finished fifth at the Pittsburgh Pro and second at the San Diego Pro.

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

2024 DC Pro: All Division Winners

  • Men’s Physique: Steven Cao
  • Bikini: Tara Grier

2024 DC Pro Breakdown

Men’s Physique

  • First Place – Steven Cao
  • Second Place – Ismael Dominguez
  • Third Place – John Sarmiento
  • Fourth Place – Moses Opoku-Yeboah
  • Fifth Place – Jordan Clark
  • Sixth Place – Dennis Dogbatse
  • Seventh Place – Gage Moran
  • Eighth Place – Steven Pascal
  • Ninth Place – Furkan Er
  • Tenth Place – Roy Williams

 

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Bikini

  • First Place – Tara Grier
  • Second Place – Mahsa Akbarimehr
  • Third Place – Iulia Baba
  • Fourth Place – Marie-Eve Duchesneau
  • Fifth Place – Huyen Person
  • Sixth Place – Valeria Fedorenko
  • Seventh Place – Gavi Soni
  • Eighth Place – Lesley Billups
  • Ninth Place – Jessica Machado
  • Tenth Place – Cherrylyn Ibanez

 

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2024 DC Pro Official Scorecards

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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.