Ramon Rocha Queiroz will look to take the next step in 2022.
The 2022 Arnold Classic is just weeks away at this point and all competitors are beginning to put the finishing touches on their plans. This includes Ramon Rocha Queiroz, also known as Ramon Dino. He is looking to make a huge impact in the Classic Physique division in 2022 and it could begin at this event in March.
Queiroz is one of the younger competitors at 26 years old but that does not mean he is lacking. Ramon Dino shared a recent physique update as he prepares for the Arnold Classic and he is looking shredded after an offseason of preparation.
Ramon Rocha Queiroz shared a post to Instagram with a caption that was written in Spanish. He showcased a video of his well-rounded physique to this point.
“Another journey into action, dedication increases and naturally the desire to make mistakes ceases to exist! Up Brazil.”
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Ramon Rocha Queiroz continues to improve each and every competition. He earned his Pro Card in 2018 after winning the Mr. Olympia Amateur Brazil. Queiroz did not enter a professional competition right away. He waited until last season during the 2021 Europa Pro. Queiroz placed second in Classic Physique during this show and put his name on the map.
Ramon Dino earned an invitation to the 2021 Olympia and continued to perform well. He finished fifth in Classic Physique, which is no easy task in an athlete’s first Olympia appearance. Now, Queiroz will have a chance to see how he stacks up against three other top-five finishers from the Olympia.
Chris Bumstead will not compete at the Arnold Classic as he prepares to potentially make it four consecutive Olympia victories in December. The rest of the top five from 2021 will be on display. Terrence Ruffin is the reigning Arnold Classic champion and runner-up to Bumstead at the Olympia. He will defend his title against a stacked field. Breon Ansley and Urs Kalecinski will also be present in Columbus.
Ramon Rocha Queiroz is a rising star in bodybuilding and a strong performance at the Arnold Classic will only solidify this. He will have a chance to see how he compares to other greats in the division as we enter the 2022 season.