2021 IFBB Texas Pro Bodybuilding Results

Iain Valliere Wins The 2021 Texas Pro Men’s Open Bodybuilding Show.

The 2021 IFBB Texas Pro has begun and there will be some more Olympia qualifications handed out August 13th – 14th. The Irving Convention Center in Irving, TX is the host of what is destined to be a weekend full of great competition featuring some of the biggest names in bodybuilding. Iain Valliere returned to win the Texas Pro show in Men’s Open Bodybuilding contest. His victory at the 2021 Tampa Pro already cemented a qualification to the 2021 Olympia, but he continued to compete and build momentum deep into the 2021 bodybuilding season.

The Texas Pro handed out ten athletes an invitation to the 2021 Mr. Olympia coming this October. A total grand prize of over $40,000 was paid out across the bodybuilders this weekend. This contest is broken down into two days of events. The Friday competition featured prejudging and finals for Men’s Physique, Women’s Physique, Classic Physique, and Bikini. Then on Saturday, with the Men’s Open and 212 Divisions.

It begins with Steve Kuclo. The Dallas native will look to top the competition in his home state and earn a spot to compete at the biggest event of the year. Kuclo is viewed as one of the favorites to win the Men’s Bodybuilding category but it will not be easy.

Phillip Clahar, who finished second to Valliere in Tampa, also came back to action. He has a chance to finish at the top of the field this time around. All three competitors are at peak physical condition which means the Texas Pro has a chance to be extremely entertaining.

Hassan Mostafa will also look to keep pace. He has not earned a bid just yet but he is in line too in the standings. Mostafa has competed in many qualifiers and has placed quite well recently.

There were a total of six divisions at the Texas Pro with winners vying for a qualification to the Olympia. Day one of the competition included prejudging and finals for the Classic Physique, Women’s Physique, Men’s Physique, and Bikini. The full results from Day Two have also been announced. Check out our full breakdown of the 2021 IFBB Texas Pro results below.

2021 Texas Pro: All Division Winners

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

  • Men’s Bodybuilding: Iain Valliere
  • Men’s 212: Ahmed Elsadany
  • Classic Physique: Robert Timms
  • Men’s Physique: Joseph Lee
  • Bikini: Ashley Kaltwasser
  • Women’s Physique: Ashley Jones

2021 Texas Pro Breakdown

Men’s Bodybuilding Results

  • First Place – Iain Valliere ($10,000)
  • Second Place – Steve Kuclo ($4,000)
  • Third Place – Phillip Clahar
  • Fourth Place – Martin Fitzwater
  • Fifth Place – Hassan Mostafa

Men’s 212

  • First Place – Ahmed Elsadany 
  • Second Place – Austin Karr
  • Third Place – Martin Gomez
  • Fourth Place – Jason Hebert
  • Fifth Place – Charles Curtis

Men’s Physique

  • First Place – Joseph Lee
  • Second Place – Nick Koeu
  • Third Place – Anthony Chinakwe
  • Fourth Place – John Sarmiento
  • Fifth Place – Antoine Weatherspoon

Classic Physique

  • First Place – Robert Timms
  • Second Place – Logan Franklin
  • Third Place – Steve Laureus
  • Fourth Place – Brandon Williams
  • Fifth Place – Ashwin Lucas

Women’s Physique

  • First Place – Ashley Jones
  • Second Place – Lenka Ferencukova
  • Third Place – Elizabeth Bradshaw
  • Fourth Place – Jeannie Feldman
  • Fifth Place – Priscila Cavilha


  • First Place – Ashley Kaltwasser
  • Second Place – Reijuana Harley
  • Third Place – Carla Garthwaite
  • Fourth Place – Francesca Stoico
  • Fifth Place – Ivanna Escandar Fernandez

Official Score Cards

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