Результаты «Арнольд Шварценеггер Классик» - 2018
3-4 марта 2018, Коламбус, Огайо, США
2018 ARNOLD CLASSIC
William Bonac Wins 30th Arnold Classic In Columbus Debut
COLUMBUS, Ohio (March 3, 2018) – William “The Conqueror” Bonac, a Ghana native now living in the Netherlands, won the 30th Anniversary Arnold Classic in his first professional appearance on the famed Arnold Classic stage.
Bonac, who first made a name for himself in bodybuilding when he finished third in the heavyweight division at the 2011 Arnold Amateur, dominated all three rounds of judging in cruising to his first major professional victory. It was the fourth career win for Bonac, who was third at the 2017 Mr. Olympia.
Five-time Arnold Classic champion Dexter Jackson of Jacksonville, Fla., the winningest bodybuilder in history with 28 career wins, finished second and defending champion Cedric McMillan of Heath Springs, South Carolina was third.
Bonac received congratulations from Arnold Schwarzenegger, a check for $130,000, a Tony Nowak Official Champions Jacket and the champion’s trophy from Catherine Colle of Midway Labs USA and Eric Hillman of Optimum Nutrition.
Jackson, 47 received $75,000 and a medal from ROGUE Fitness and Jan Tana.
The popular McMillan was third and received $50,000 from Animal and The Columbus Dispatch.
Roelly Winklaar of the Netherlands finished fourth and received $30,000 from Blackstone Labs and Bodybuilding.com.
Steve Kuclo of Dallas, Texas was fifth in his Arnold Classic debut and received $15,000 from Rule One Proteins and Ricart Automotive.
Lionel Beyeke of France, competing in Columbus for the fourth time, was sixth and received $10,000 from Rivalus and MHP. His previous best finish was fourth in 2017.
Also competing and finishing seventh through 13th, respectively, were Justin Rodriquez (New York, New York), Jonathan De La Rosa (White Plains, New York), Lukas Osladil (Czech Republic), Hidetada Yamagishi (Japan), Fred Smalls (Townsend, Delaware), Dennis Wolf (Germany) and Maxx Charles (Huntington, New York). Paul Poloczek of Germany also competed but did not finish.
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2018 ARNOLD MEN’S PHYSIQUE
Andre Ferguson Wins First Arnold Men’s Physique Title
Andre Ferguson (USA) outlasted a field of 28 competitors to win the Arnold Classic Men’s Physique for the biggest win of his IFBB Pro League. Ferguson received congratulations from Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, $5,000, a Tony Nowak Official Champions Jacket and the champion’s trophy from Catherine Colle of Midway Labs USA and Steve Slater of ROGUE Fitness. Ferguson was second in Columbus in 2017.
The remainder of the Arnold Men’s Physique top six:
2018 ARNOLD PRO WHEELCHAIR
Harold “King Kong” Kelley Wins 3rd Straight Arnold Classic Pro Wheelchair
Harold Kelley of Grand Prairie, Texas, continued his dominance of the sport of professional wheelchair bodybuilding when he won the Arnold Classic Pro Wheelchair Presented by Bodybuilding.com for the third straight year.
Kelly earned $3,000 and a one-of-a-kind Arnold Classic Pro Wheelchair Championship Ring from event founder Nick Scott. Reggie Bennett (USA) finished second and earned $2,000, while Gabriele Andriulli (Italy) was third and earned $1,000. Daniel Minster (Czech Republic) was fourth and Steve Lister (USA) was fifth. Bennett was named Best Poser and earned an extra $500.
2018 BIKINI INTERNATIONAL
Brasilian Native Angelica Teixeira Wins 2018 Bikini International
COLUMBUS, Ohio (March 3, 2018) – Angelica Teixeira, a native of Brasil who lives in Bergenfield New Jersey, won the Bikini International for the second straight year at the 2018 Arnold Sports Festival.
Teixeira, who won her sixth contest overall and fifth in a row, received congratulations from Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, $7,000, a Tony Nowak Official Champions Jacket and the champion’s trophy from Catherine Colle Midway Labs USA and Eric Hillman of Optimum Nutrition.
The remainder of the Bikini International top six:
2018 ARNOLD STRONGMAN CLASSIC
Hafthor Bjornsson Wins 1st Arnold Strongman Classic Crown
COLUMBUS, Ohio (March 3, 2018) – Hafthor Bjornsson of Iceland broke through for his first major professional strongman victory when he won the Arnold Strongman Classic at the 30th Anniversary of the Arnold Sports Festival. The event also serves as the Arnold Pro Strongman World Championship.
Bjornsson was competing in the Arnold Strongman Classic for the 8th straight year. He finished second in 2017 and was fifth in 2016. He also finished second in World’s Strongest Man three of the past four years.
Three-time champion Brian Shaw of Lupton, Colo., finished second and Mikhail Shivlyakov of Russia was third.
Bjornsson, who is best known in some circles as the actor who plays “Mountain” on Game Of Thrones,” dominated with two first-place finishes (Elephant Bar Deadlift, Bag Over Bar) and two third-place efforts (The Stone Shoulder, Timber Carry) in the first four events to building a commanding 36-32.5 lead over Shaw heading into the final event.
In the final event during the Arnold Classic Finals at Battelle Grand, Bjornsson and Shaw each pressed the 400-pound Appollon’s Wheels overhead three times in the allotted two minutes to finish tied for first. Bjornsson entered the final event only needing one rep to claim the title, but put the famed ROGUE Fitness apparatus overhead four times to the delight of the sold-out crowd.
Bjornsson set a new world record in the ROGUE Elephant Bar Deadlift by locking in an amazing 1,041 pounds. Shaw was second with a lift of 1,016 pounds. Bjornsson also won the Bag Over Bar by tossing a 95-pound, custom-made ROGUE Fitness bag over a 15-foot-high bar.
Mateusz Kieliszkowski of Poland won the The Stone Shoulder by lifting the 410-pound rock four times while Jerry Pritchett of the USA won the Timer Carry by moving the 1,102-pound wooden frame up a 35-foot ramp in an amazing 9.58 seconds.
For the victory, Bjornsson received congratulations from Arnold Schwarzenegger, $72,000 and the Louis Cyr Trophy. Shaw earned $22,000 for finishing second.
Bjornsson, a seven-time Iceland’s Strongest Man winner, qualified for the Arnold Strongman Classic by winning the Arnold Pro Strongman World Series qualifier held at Festival Hommes Forts Warwick in Quebec, Canada in July 2017. The Arnold Pro Strongman World Series features qualifying events at Arnold Sports Festival events and select stand-alone competitions around the world, with winners advancing to compete in the Arnold Pro Strongman World Series Championship at the Arnold Sports Festival.
2018 Arnold Pros Strongman Final Results
The 2018 Arnold Strongman Classic was contested over two days in five events: Bag Over Bar, The Stone Shoulder, Timber Carry, ROGUE Elephant Bar Deadlift and Appolon’s Wheel. The Appolon’s Wheel was held at the Battelle Grand at the Greater Columbus Convention Center as part of the Arnold Classic, Bikini International and Arnold Men’s Physique Finals.
2018 FITNESS INTERNATIONAL
Whitney Jones Wins Fitness International For Biggest Win Of Her Career
Elgargni, Lewis-Carter, Grant and Ansley Also Earn IFBB Pro League Titles
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Whitney Jones of Gilbert, Ariz., who has overcome a serious back injury in the past year, earned the biggest win of her career when she won the Fitness International for the first time. Jones received the champion’s trophy from Arnold, a $25,000 check, a Tony Nowak Official Champions Jacket and congratulations from Catherine Colle of Midway Labs USA and Darin Sliker of Animal.
The remainder of the Fitness International top six:
2018 ARNOLD CLASSIC 2012
England’s Kamal Elgargni Wins Arnold Classic 212 In Columbus Debut
Kamal Elgargni, a Libya native now living in England, made a big splash in his first appearance in Columbus when he won the Arnold Classic 212. Elgargni received the champion’s trophy from Arnold Schwarzenegger and $22,000, a Tony Nowak Official Champions Jacket and congratulations from Catherine Colle of Midway Labs USA and Jan Tana of Jan Tana.
The remainder of the Arnold Classic top six:
2018 FIGURE INTERNATIONAL
Candice Lewis-Carter Repeats As Figure International Champ
In a repeat of 2017, Candice Lewis-Carter of Katy, Texas won the Figure International by besting second-place Cydney Gillon of Douglasville, Ga. Lewis-Carter received the champion’s trophy from Arnold Schwarzenegger and $16,000, a Tony Nowak Official Champions Jackets and congratulations from Catherine Colle of Midway Labs USA and Eric Hillman of Europa Sports.
The remainder of the Figure International top six:
2018 WOMEN'S PHYSIQUE INTERNATIONAL
Shanique Grant Wins Women’s Physique International Crown
Shanique Grant of Chicago, Ill., received the champion’s trophy from Arnold Schwarzenegger and $5,000, a Tony Nowak Official Champions Jackets and congratulations from Catherine Colle of Midway Labs USA and Eric Hillman of Europa Sports.
The remainder of the Women’s Physique International top six:
2018 ARNOLD CLASSIC PHYSIQUE
California’s Breon Ansley Wins Inaugural Arnold Classic Physique
Breon Ansley of Rowland Heights, Calif., made history when he won the inaugural Arnold Classic Physique title. Ansley received the champion’s trophy from Arnold Schwarzenegger and $5,000, a Tony Nowak Official Champions Jackets and congratulations from Catherine Colle of Midway Labs USA and Darin Sliker of Animal.
The remainder of the Arnold Classic Physique top six:
Автор: Matt Lorz, 2018 год, 05-03-18, 19:15
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