Archive for the ‘Contest Results’ Category

Team Universe

Sunday, August 8th, 2004

Kai Greene wins the overall for this year’s NPC Team Universe, held last night in New York City. Kai also won it in 1999. Vickie Nixon wins the women. Complete results for men and women.

Its been two weeks since the NPC Teen, Collegiate, and Masters Nationals, and I’ve still been unable to obtain complete results. The time to start advertising next year’s contest is the day after this year’s event, and the way to do that is to publicize this year’s results.

NPC Teen, Collegiate, and Masters Nationals

Saturday, July 24th, 2004

The NPC Teen, Collegiate, and Masters Nationals were held today in Pittsburgh. It may take a while for all the results to get posted on-line as they usually don’t show up on the NPC website for a week or two after the event, and its not one the bodybuilding magazines usually cover. However, the Masters 40-50 classes have been posted to the Mayhem forum, and I’ve typed them into the database here. Rusty Jeffers won the Super-heavyweight class, the overall, and received a Pro card to compete in the Masters Olympia. Too bad the Masters Olympia was canceled this year. There were rumors that it would be held along with the regular Olympia, but that does not now seem to be the case. Last week Rusty also came in 2nd in the supers at the NPC USA Championships.

All you Colt Magazine and video fans will know Rusty as Carl Hardwick. That is a topic for its own blog entry, which I hope to get to soon.

NPC USA Championships

Saturday, July 17th, 2004

The NPC USA Championships were held tonight in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mark Dugdale won the light-heavies. the overall and receives a pro card. Will Harris won the heavyweight class and the other pro card. Chris Cook won the super-heavyweight class. Steve Burke won the bantamweight, Ralph Gaxiola the lightweight, and Garret Allin the middleweight.

For the women, Tera Guzman won the lightweight, Christine Moore the middleweight, Carrie Baldwin the light-heavy and Sherry Smith the heavyweight class.

Complete Results available for men and women.

IFBB Toronto Pro Invitational

Saturday, June 12th, 2004

Lots of contests this weekend, including the NABBA World Championships in Australia, the fake-NABBA World Championships in Greece, and the IFBB Toronto Pro Invitational. No word yet on the amateur contests, but here are the pro results:

  1. Charles Darrem

  2. Johnnie Jackson
  3. Jaroslav Horvath
  4. Pavol Jablonicky
  5. Art Atwood

Complete results available here.

IFBB Hungarian Pro Invitational

Saturday, June 5th, 2004

Whether it’s called Hungarian Pro Invitational, Grand Prix Hungary, or Fitparade Pro Bodybuilding, the results are in.


  1. Pavol Jablonicky
  2. Darrem Charles
  3. Jaroslav Horvath
  4. Melvin Anthony
  5. Johnnie O Jackson

Complete results here.

Women Figure

  1. Aleksandra Kobielak
  2. Joana Kotkansalo
  3. Lisbeth Halikka
  4. Mascha Tieken
  5. Gabrieela Furjan

Complete results here.

Night of Champions

Saturday, May 22nd, 2004

Melvin Anthony first, Darrem Charles second, Richard Jones third in his pro debut.

Yaxeni Oriquen wins the heavyweight women, Vilma Caez wins the lightweight

Complete results for the men and women.

IFBB Men’s European Amateur Championships

Wednesday, May 19th, 2004

Held in Hungary this past weekend. Preliminary results, pending drug tests.

Florida Pro Xtreme Challenge

Sunday, May 2nd, 2004

Darrem Charles won the IFBB Florida Pro Xtreme Challenge (what ever happened to simple contest names?), Ahmad Haider came in second, Craig Richardson third.

The complete results are available at MuscleMemory

This weekend’s contests

Sunday, April 18th, 2004

There were many bodybuilding contests this weekend, including the IFBB Hungarian Pro Invitational, the NPC Junior USA, and many local contests. So far I’ve had limited success in finding results.

Grand Prix Australia

Saturday, March 20th, 2004

Results of the 2004 Grand Prix Australia held March 20 in Melbourne

  1. Dexter Jackson
  2. Chris Cormier
  3. Markus Ruhl
  4. Jaroslav Horvath
  5. King Kamali

Complete results at MuscleMemory.