Michal Krizo Will Not Pursue 2024 Olympia Qualification Due To Shoulder Injury

Michal Krizo will now work to recover from a shoulder injury and prepare for 2025.

Michal Krizo will not pursue qualification for the 2024 Olympia as he deals with  shoulder injury, according to multiple reports.

Krizo has been working to make improvements since his appearance at the 2023 Olympia, where he made a jump in his second competition. He appeared last weekend at the 2024 Empro Classic Pro looking to punch his ticket to this year’s event. He finished third in Men’s Open behind winner William Bonac and Behrooz Tabani.

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Now, Krizo will focus on recovering from an injury and improve his physique for the 2025 season.

 

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Michal Krizo To Miss 2024 Olympia

Michal Krizo has been one of the biggest up-and-coming stars in bodybuilding over the last three years.

Krizo made the jump from the IFBB Elite Pro League and NPC in hopes of becoming a the Olympia champion. He quickly earned his Pro Card during the Amateur Olympia Italy before winning the 2022 EVLS Prague Pro, which was his first show and allowed him to punch his ticket to the biggest competition of the year. Krizo finished 12th at his first Olympia in 2022.

Krizo improved Mr. Olympia’s standing from 12th to 7th place in his second appearance at the 2023 Olympia. He continues to be active on social media, showing fans his physique updates and workouts used to build a championship physique.

Michal Krizo continues to share many updates with his fans and will likely provide updates during his recovery. After an impressive performance in 2023, Krizo will work to improve further and put on a show in 2025.

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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.