IFBB Europa Games Phoenix 2021 Results

Complete results from the IFBB Europa Games Phoenix 2021.

The Europa Games Phoenix 2021 took place over the weekend with competitors vying for qualification to the 2021 Olympia. Athletes flocked to the Westwood of Scottsdale in Scottsdale, AZ to show off their ability on one of the biggest stages.

After a heated battle in the Men’s Physique division, Jason Huynh landed the big victory at the Europa Games Phoeonix with Nick Koeu and Antoine Weatherspoon following up in second and third place respectively.

In Women’s Physique, Brooke Walker earned first place victory followed up in second by Chelsey Worster and Tomefafa Ameko in third.

There were a total of two divisions at the Europa Games Phoenix 2021 – Men’s Physique and Women’s Physique. The winners in this competition received qualification to the Olympia later this year. The full results have now been announced. Check out our full breakdown of the IFBB Europa Phoenix Games 2021 results below.

Europa Games Phoenix 2021: All Division Winners

A quick breakdown of the winners in each division from the Europa Games Phoenix 2021. First place winners received qualification to the Olympia 2021.

  • Men’s Physique: Jason Huynh
  • Women’s Physique: Brooke Walker

Europa Games Phoenix 2021 Breakdown

Men’s Physique Results

  • First Place – Jason Huynh
  • Second Place – Nick Koeu
  • Third Place – Antoine Weatherspoon
  • Fourth Place – Myron Griffen
  • Fifth Place – Frank Worley

Women’s Physique Results

  • First Place – Brooke Walker
  • Second Place – Chelsey Worster
  • Third Place – Tomefafa Ameko
  • Fourth Place – Pamela Canfield
  • Fifth Place – Katerine McLaurin

Official Score Cards

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Generation Iron wishes to congratulate all the great athletes who earned a win at the IFBB Europa Games Phoenix 2021. Make sure to check out our full IFBB Pro results page from this year and previous years right here to catch up on any action you may have missed!

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