Arnold Classic 2021 Full Results For All Divisions

Arnold Classic 2021 Nick Walker

Nick Walker wins Men’s Open at the Arnold Classic 2021.

The Arnold Classic 2021 was postponed due to COVID-19 and cut down to one day. There were a total of four events that took the stage in Columbus, OH — Men’s Open, Classic Physique, Bikini, and Fitness. The results have been announced and it is Nick Walker who wins the crown in the Men’s Open. Walker takes home the title in his debut in the competition.

The Men’s Open division was hit hard with some of the top names dropping out for different reasons. This did not take anything away from the event as some of the top competitors in the world put on a show during the finals.

Prior to the results being announced, the Ed Corney Most Muscular Award was given to Nick Walker. For the second-straight year, Sergio Oliva Jr. took home the Franco Columbu Best Posing Routine Award.

The full results have been announced. Check out our full breakdown of each division at the Arnold Classic 2021 results below.

Arnold Classic 2021 Winners

Here are the first place winners for each division at the Arnold Classic 2021.

Nick Walker Arnold Classic 2021 Winner

Arnold Classic 2021 Men’s Open Results

  • First Place – Nick Walker
  • Second Place – Iain Valliere
  • Third Place – Steve Kuclo
  • Fourth Place – Justin Rodriguez
  • Fifth Place – Akim Williams
  • Sixth Place – Sergio Oliva Jr.
  • Seventh Place – Mohamed El Emam
  • Eighth Place – Maxx Charles
  • Ninth Place – Hassan Mostafa
  • Tenth Place – Seung Chul Lee

Arnold Classic 2021 Most Muscular Award

  • Nick Walker

Arnol Classic 2021 Best Posing Routine Award

  • Sergio Oliva Jr.

Terrence Ruffin Arnold Classic 2021 Winner

Arnold Classic 2021 Classic Physique Results

The Classic Physique division was extremely deep at this year’s Arnold Classic. The top two finishers from last year returned, in Ruffin and Alex CambroneroThis also included some newcomers looking to make an impact. Bryan Jones and Peter Molnar led the way for the newcomers, along with Logan Franklin, who has competed at the Arnold Classic in the Men’s Physique division previously.

  • First Place – Terrence Ruffin
  • Second Place – Alex Cambronero
  • Third Place – Logan Franklin
  • Fourth Place – Courage Opara
  • Fifth Place – Bryan Jones
  • Sixth Place – Fabian Mayr
  • Seventh Place – Dani Younan
  • Eighth Place – Peter Molnar
  • Ninth Place – Tony Taveras
  • Tenth Place – Jarek Crew

Jennifer Dorie Arnold Classic 2021 winner

Arnold Classic 2021 Bikini Results

This might have been one of the deepest Bikini finals at this event in years. Dorieand Lauralie Chapados headlined the event, along with Ashley Kaltwasser, who is a two-time winner at this event. Elisa Pecini returned as the reigning champion and made an impact during prejudging as well.

  • First Place – Jennifer Dorie
  • Second Place – Elisa Pecini
  • Third Place – Lauralie Chapados
  • Fourth Place – Ashley Kaltwasser
  • Fifth Place – Romina Basualdo
  • Sixth Place – Breena Martinez
  • Seventh Place – Jasmine Gonzalez
  • Eighth Place – Jourdanne Lee
  • Ninth Place – Gabriella Messias
  • Tenth Place – Priscila Leimbacher

Missy Truscott Arnold Classic 2021 Winner

Arnold Classic 2021 Fitness Results

Fitness featured eight of the top competitors in the world, such as Truscott and Ariel Khadr. This was a competition that went right into the night portion with the race being close for the top spot. The prejudging round set up the finals in a big way and it did not disappoint.

  • First Place – Missy Truscott
  • Second Place – Oksana Grishina
  • Third Place – Ariel Khadr
  • Fourth Place – Jaclyn Baker
  • Fifth Place – Aurika Tyrgale
  • Sixth Place – Darrian Borrello
  • Seventh Place – Minna Pajulahti
  • Eighth Place – Sally Kendall-Williams

Official Score Cards

Generation Iron Fitness Network will be coverage the full Arnold Classic 2021 event including pre-judging reports, analysis, and results updates. Stay tuned to Generation Iron and visit our official Arnold Classic 2021 coverage hub right here!

Greg Patuto
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