2021 IFBB Europa Pro Championship Results

2021 Europa Pro 2021 Results

Nathan De Asha wins the 2021 IFBB Europa Pro Bodybuilding show In Men’s Open.

The 2021 Europa Pro Bodybuilding Show saw some more qualifications for the 2021 Olympia being handed out in Alicante, Spain on August, 15th. The championship event was the site of the biggest qualifier that takes place in Europe and it is a real treat for the fans of the sport. This time around was no different with Nathan De Asha winning the Men’s Open Bodybuilding division.

The matchup between Roelly Winklaar and Nathan De Asha was enough to build anticipation heading into the event. Winklaar returned to the stage after a disappointing placing at the 2021 Chicago Pro, where he placed fifth. Winklaar was expected to compete the following weekend at the 2021 Tampa Pro before pulling out. He took some extra time to prepare for the Europa Pro. De Asha will also made his return to the bodybuilding stage after a long period or preparation and a difficult run in with authorities in the UK.

Tim Budesheim entered the competition as a dark-horse favorite. He is coming off a second-place performance at the Mr. Big Evolution Pro in July. The top two placings in each division will earn a qualification to the 2021 Mr. Olympia.

There were a total of 10 divisions at the Europa Pro with winners vying for a qualification to the Olympia. Check out our full breakdown of the 2021 IFBB Europa Pro results below.

2021 IFBB Europa Pro: All Division Winners

A quick breakdown of the winners in each division from the 2021 Europa Pro. All winners are now automatically qualified to compete in the 2021 Olympia.

  • Men’s Bodybuilding: Nathan De Asha
  • Men’s 212: Vladimir Iakovlev
  • Men’s Physique: Youcef Djoudi Anava
  • Classic Physique: Fabian Mayr
  • Women’s Bodybuilding: Margita Zamolova
  • Women’s Physique: Anne-Lorraine Mohn
  • Figure: Anna Banks
  • Fitness:Alix Small
  • Wellness: Júlia Chitarra
  • Bikini: Allison Testu

2021 Europa Pro Breakdown

Men’s Bodybuilding

  • First Place – Nathan De Asha ($10,000)
  • Second Place – Roelly Winklaar ($3,000)
  • Third Place – Tim Budeshein
  • Fourth Place – Vladyslav Sukoruchko
  • Fifth Place – Sarhan Sarhan

Men’s 212

  • First Place – Vladimir Iakovlev
  • Second Place – Pasquale D’Angelo ($2,000)
  • Third Place – Dan Cristian
  • Fourth Place – Steve Benthin
  • Fifth Place – coming soon
  • Sixth Place – coming soon

Classic Physique

  • First Place – Fabian Mayr ($2,000)
  • Second Place – Ramon Rocha Querioz ($1,000)
  • Third Place – Jose Maria Mete Bueriberi ($500)
  • Fourth Place – German Pastor
  • Fifth Place – Vaid Ba Dpei
  • Sixth Place – Birica Anghel Georgian

Men’s Physique

  • First Place – Youcef Djoudi Anava ($2,000)
  • Second Place – Leonardo Vecchiato ($1,000)
  • Third Place – Luca Biolo ($500)
  • Fourth Place – Philippe Degila
  • Fifth Place – Edvan Palmeira
  • Sixth Place – Ommie Ryan

Women’s Bodybuilding

  • First Place – Margita Zamolova ($2,000)
  • Second Place – Silvia Matta ($1,000)
  • Third Place – Corinne Ingman ($500)
  • Fourth Place – Alcione Sanots
  • Fifth Place – Felicia Spatarescu
  • Sixth Place – Tanja Van Roy


  • First Place – Anna Banks ($2,000)
  • Second Place – Arya Bahar ($1,000)
  • Third Place – Gabriela Linhartova ($500)
  • Fourth Place – Lena Ramsetiner
  • Fifth Place – Jennifer Zienert
  • Sixth Place – Olesya Kochura

Women’s Physique

  • First Place – Anne-Lorraine Mohn ($2,000)
  • Second Place – Pnpraghai Tiangngok ($1,000)
  • Third Place – Laura Pintado Chinchilla ($500)
  • Fourth Place – Elena Aviles Romero
  • Fifth Place – Raluca Raducu
  • Sixth Place – Modesta Halby


  • First Place – Júlia Chitarra ($2,000)
  • Second Place – coming soon
  • Third Place – coming soon
  • Fourth Place – coming soon
  • Fifth Place – coming soon
  • Sixth Place – coming soon


  • First Place – Allison Testu
  • Second Place – coming soon
  • Third Place – coming soon
  • Fourth Place – coming soon
  • Fifth Place – coming soon
  • Sixth Place – coming soon


  • First Place – Alix Small
  • Second Place – coming soon
  • Third Place – coming soon
  • Fourth Place – coming soon
  • Fifth Place – coming soon
  • Sixth Place – coming soon

Official Score Cards

Generation Iron wishes to congratulate all the great athletes who earned a win at the 2021 IFBB Europa Pro. 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!

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.