Generation Iron Nordic Pro Results

Roelly comes out on top at the tail end of the European tour.

Over the past three weeks there have been six pro shows. A super tour of the top bodybuilders traveling across the world and competing for top prize money, honor, and glory. While not everyone competed at all six of these pro competitions, there is one man who powered through every single one – Roelly Winklaar.

So it seems fitting then in his last leg of the European tour that Roelly Winklaar came out on top. With the exception of Mr. Olympia, Roelly placed in the top 5 every single time and pulled off the #1 spot yesterday. Yes, this is because the number of super start competitors was smaller than ever but that doesn’t change the fact that Roelly deserved to win after all the hard work he put in these past three weeks – well, except for one thing…

It’s a true surprise that he beat out the young Steve Kuclo – who looked in far better condition at the Nordic Pro. We’re always happy to see a Generation Iron alum place first (especially after pushing through every single competition over the past three weeks) but it’s almost hard to believe that Kuclo missed out on a first place spot. Kuclo does have a little work to do on his proportions – but definitely could have pulled off a first place win.

Here’s the complete list of the results from the Nordic Pro 2014:

Men’s Pro Bodybuilding

1. Roelly Winklaar
2. Steve Kuclo
3. Johnnie Jackson
4. Ronny Rockel
5. Robert Piotrkowicz
6. Jeno Kiss
7. Robert Burneika
8. Alexey Lesukov
9. Aliaksei Shabunia
10. Mario Vansteenberghe
11. Nikitas Manolakis
12. Oleg Emelyanov
13. Vladimir Arginksiy
14. Alexandre Nataf
15. Rudy Richards
16. Dainius Barzinkas
17. Timo Honkala

Pro Bikini

1. Tawna Eubanks
2. Christina Fjaere
3. Sarah Back
4. Noemi Olah
5. Anna Virmajoki
6. Lacey Deluca
7. Egla Eller
8. Margret Gnaar
9. Aly Garcia
10. Michelle Lewin
11. Valeria Amirato
12. Jessica Renee
13. Anna Larsson

Do you think Kuclo got robbed? Or does Roelly earn this slight giveaway for his hard work throughout the European tour? Let us know in the comments below or hit us up on Facebook and Twitter so we can hear your feedback!

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