2022 Olympia Weekend Qualification System

2021 Olympia was one of the most exciting Olympia weekends of all time. The contest featured a new press conference structure, never seen before divisions, and we witnessed new champions being crowned and reigning champs defending their thrones. IFBB, NPC, and the new Olympia owner, Jake Wood, put on one heck of a show. We cannot wait to see what they have planned for the 2022 Olympia weekend.

Every year, the IFBB Pro League, along with Joe Weider’s Olympia Fitness & Performance Weekend, releases a new Olympia Qualification System (OQS) that lays down the process of how a bodybuilding or physique competitor can qualify to compete at the Olympia weekend. 

The qualification guidelines for the 2022 Olympia are out, and they are a lot simpler than the previous years. 

The latest OQS’s qualification period starts on September 13, 2021, and ends on November 20, 2022. Meaning, the OQS will apply to all pro shows taking place during that period. 

You might feel like 2022 Mr. Olympia is way too far away, but in reality, athletes have already started to qualify for the big show. And we know you do not want to feel like an outsider watching new faces on the Olympia stage. So, sit tight and read on.

How to Qualify for 2022 Mr. Olympia 

As per the OQS, this is how to qualify for 2022 Olympia:

  1. Winners of each 2021 Olympia division automatically qualify for the 2022 Olympia Weekend. 
  2. Top 5 in the Men’s Open division at the 2021 Olympia qualify for 2022 Mr. O.
  3. Top 3 in the other ten divisions qualify for the 2022 Olympia Weekend.
  4. The winner of a pro show qualifies for their specific division.
  5. The top 3 point holders in each division will qualify for 2022 Olympia.
  6. The Olympia team can send out special invites.

Related: 2022 Olympia Scheduled For December 16-18 In Las Vegas

1. Winners of a Division Automatically Qualify

Big Ramy Wins The 2021 Mr Olympia

The Olympia champions are special individuals. They are the best in the world at what they do and deserve special treatment. The Olympia team recognizes this and awards Olympia champions a ‘qualification for life‘ within the athlete’s division. 

For example, although Phil Heath has not competed at Mr. O since 2020 (3rd place finish), he is entitled to an entry in any year of his liking. The seven Sandow trophies come with some perks, for sure.

On the other hand, if an Olympia champ wants to compete in a different division, they must go through the same qualification process as the other athletes without an Olympia title under their belt. 

Example: Shaun Clarida, 2020 212 Olympia champ, has expressed interest in competing in the Men’s Open division. Although he has a lifetime qualification for the 212 division, he needs to undergo the qualification process for the open division from scratch. 

Related: Shaun Clarida Gunning For Both Open And 212 Olympia Titles In 2022

2. Top 5 in the Men’s Open Division Qualify

Mr. Olympia 2021 Results For All Divisions

The Men’s Open division has been the ultimate crowd-puller for the Olympia weekend since time immemorial, and hence the open division athletes get a few bonuses. 

The Top 5 2021 Mr. Olympia Bodybuilders are:

  1. Mamdouh “Big Ramy” Elssbiay
  2. Brandon Curry
  3. Hadi Choopan
  4. Hunter Labrada
  5. Nick Walker

Related: 2021 Mr. Olympia Men’s Open Bodybuilding Results and Prize Money

3. Top 3 in the Other 10 Divisions Qualify

This is one of the most volatile qualification criteria. In the past, different divisions had different rules. In certain divisions, the top five qualified while other divisions only allowed the champion to move on to the next year’s competition.

We will attach an up-to-date qualification list and points table at the end of this article for all the 11 divisions (Men’s Open212Classic PhysiqueMen’s PhysiqueWheelchairMs. OlympiaWomen’s PhysiqueFitnessFigureBikini, and Wellness).

Related: 2021 Mr. Olympia Results For All Divisions

4. Winning Pro Shows

Nick Walker Wins Arnold Classic

The OQS states that the 2022 contest season will run from September 13, 2021, to November 20, 2022. 

Interestingly, the 2021 Arnold Classic was held on September 25, but the Men’s Open division winner, Nick Walker, was handed a 2021 qualification, while the other three champions were awarded qualifications for 2022. 

Does this land Nick Walker in a gray area? Not really. Walker has already qualified for the 2022 Olympia by placing in the Top 5 at Mr. Olympia 2021. 

In this contest season, winners in every division in a pro show automatically qualify for the 2022 Olympia. 

Also, if an already-qualified competitor wins a pro contest, the runner-up will not be handed the qualification for 2022 Olympia. 

Case in point: Nathan De Asha won both the Arnold Classic UK and Yamamoto Cup, but his second 2022 qualification spot was not given to the runner-up, Roelly Winklaar. Great way to eliminate competition, eh?

5. Qualifying Through the Point System

This is where the fun begins. On second thoughts, not really. I would rather win a pro show or place in the top 5 at Mr. Olympia. But this is just for people with Superman genetics. For everyone else, the OQS point system comes to the rescue. 

The OQS awards points to competitors placing second to fifth in any pro show in a given contest year. According to the system, at the end of the qualification period, the top 3 athletes with the highest point totals in every division (except wellness) qualify to compete at 2022 Olympia. 

But in the world of Satoshi Nakamoto, things can never be so simple. The Olympia scoring system awards points depending on the tier of the show. 

How the Point System Works

OLYMPIA (for all divisions except the 2021 Mr. Olympia)

  • 4th – 12 points
  • 5th – 11 points

TIER 1 CONTESTS

Arnold Classic (USA), Rising Phoenix (does not include Arizona Pro)

  • 2nd – 10 points
  • 3rd – 9 points
  • 4th – 8 points
  • 5th – 7 points

TIER 2 CONTESTS

Arnold Classic Australia, Arnold Classic Brazil, Arnold Classic UK, Pittsburgh Pro, New York Pro, Tampa Pro, Toronto Pro, Japan Pro, Europa Pro Championships

  • 2nd – 8 points
  • 3rd – 7 points
  • 4th – 6 points
  • 5th – 5 points

TIER 3 CONTESTS:

Chicago Pro, Portugal Pro, Romania Muscle Fest ProLegion Sports Fest Pro, Puerto Rico Pro

  • 2nd – 6 points
  • 3rd – 5 points
  • 4th – 4 points
  • 5th – 3 points 

TIER 4 CONTESTS:

All other contests*

  • 2nd – 4 points
  • 3rd – 3 points
  • 4th – 2 points
  • 5th – 1 point

*Ben Weider Natural: MBB 1st place awarded 5 points

In the case of a tie between multiple competitors, the athlete with the highest placing in the highest tier will make it through to the 2022 Olympia. 

In the event that the current point leader wins a pro show before November 13, 2022, they are removed from the points system since they are automatically qualified for the 2022 Olympia. But at the same time, athletes are not moved up if a position becomes vacated. At this point, these rules start to feel like they are meant for the “Squid Game,” but I digress.

Note: Only the division winner at the Europa Pro Championships and only the winner at each Wellness contest qualify for the 2022 Olympia. The point qualification system does not apply in these cases. 

Related: 2021 IFBB Europa Pro Championship Results and Prize Money

6. Special Invite

Who does not like wild card entries? Special invites can make a contest more interesting by leveling up the competition. Make no mistake, the Olympia promoters do not go around handing out Olympia invites. Only the best of the best are invited to compete at the biggest bodybuilding stage.

The Olympia promoters did not issue a “special invite” in 2021, but seven-time 212 Olympia champ Flex Lewis was offered one for the 2020 Mr. Olympia (Men’s Open division). To his fans’ disappointment, Flex could not compete at the 2020 Olympia showdown due to an injury, but many in the industry are speculating his wild-card entry in the 2022 Olympia showdown.

Related: Flex Lewis Will Show ‘Something F—king Special’ Onstage In 2022

Relief for Athletes Affected by COVID-19 Regulations

Some athletes were not able to participate in the 2021 Olympia because of visa issues and travel restrictions. The IFBB Pro League and Olympia promoters have given some leeway to these athletes. 

Competitions who qualified for 2021 Olympia but could not compete due to COVID-19 restriction have been awarded five points towards the 2022 season.

The IFBB Pro League did not release a list of athletes who will benefit from these regulations.

List of 2022 Olympia Qualified Athletes 

2022 MR. OLYMPIA

QUALIFIED

  • Nick Walker (USA)
  • Nathan De Asha (UK)
  • Mamdouh Elssbiay (Egypt)
  • Brandon Curry (USA)
  • Hadi Choopan (Iran)
  • Hunter Labrada (USA)
  • Shaun Clarida (USA)
  • Regan Grimes (Canada)
  • Samson Dauda (UK)
  • Rafael Brandao (Brazil)
  • Angel Calderon Frias (Spain)

POINTS STANDING

  • Iain Valliere (Canada), 10
  • Steve Kuclo (USA), 9
  • Justin Rodriguez (USA), 8
  • Theo Leguerrier (France), 8
  • Emir Omeragic (Germany), 8
  • Akim Williams (USA), 7
  • Roelly Winklaar (Curacao), 7
  • Patrick Johnson (Denmark), 6
  • Krystian Wolski (Poland), 5
  • Vladyslav Sukhoruchko (Ukraine), 5
  • Sergio Oliva, Jr (USA), 5
  • Behrooz Tabani Abarghani (Iran), 5
  • Eric Salazar (USA), 5
  • Tonio Burton (USA), 4
  • Mohamed Shaaban (Egypt), 4
  • Martin Fitzwater (USA), 3
  • Quinton Eriya (Canada), 3
  • Dani Kaganovich (Israel), 3
  • Andrea Presti (Italy), 2
  • Mohamed El Emam (Egypt), 2
  • Mohammad Alnsoor (Jordan), 2
  • Mohamed El Fatah Hassan (Egypt), 1
  • Eduardo Rodriguez (Paraguay), 1

2022 Ms. OLYMPIA

QUALIFIED

  • Andrea Shaw (USA)
  • Helle Trevino (USA)
  • Margie Martin (USA)
  • Nadia Capotosto (Italy)

POINT STANDING

  • Mona Poursaleh (Canada), 12
  • Irene Andersen (Sweden), 11
  • Branka Njegovec (Croatia), 6
  • Anastasia Leonova (Russia), 5
  • MayLa Ash (USA), 5
  • Anastasia Korableva (Russia), 4
  • Yesenia Garcia Speck (Spain), 4
  • Tiana Flex (South Africa), 3
  • Felicia Spatarescu (Spain), 3
  • Ivana Dvorakova (Czech Republic), 3
  • Sonia Cabre Pasani (Spain), 1

2022 212 OLYMPIA

QUALIFIED

  • Derek Lunsford (USA)
  • Shaun Clarida (USA)
  • Kamal Elgargni (Libya)
  • Mohamed El Azim (Egypt)
  • Ahmad Ashkanani (Kuwait)
  • Angel Calderon Frias (Spain)
  • Felipe Moraes (Brazil)
  • Oleh Kryvyi (Ukraine)

POINT STANDING

  • Nathan Epler (USA), 11
  • Radoslav Angelov (Bulgaria), 9
  • Naser Mohamed (Kuwait), 6
  • Jafar Ghaffarnezhad Azizi (Iran), 5
  • Abdullah Alsaif (Saudi Arabia), 5
  • Ahmed ElWardany (Egypt), 4
  • Abdulrahman Khashti (Kuwait), 4
  • Peter Boncardo (Canada), 4
  • Fabricio Moreira (Brazil), 4
  • Morteza Mashayekh Kordkola (Iran), 4
  • Mohamed El Said (Egypt), 3
  • Peter Kovac (Slovakia), 3
  • Felipe Fierro Lobos (Chile), 3
  • Pasquale D’Angelo (Italy), 2
  • Andre Luiz Dos Santos (Brazil), 2
  • Daniel Sticco (Italy), 2
  • Wael Mekky (Egypt), 1
  • Christyan Adonay Gomez Ramos (Honduras), 1
  • Samir Troudi (UAE), 1

2022 FIGURE OLYMPIA

QUALIFIED

  • Anna Gasior (Poland)
  • Cydney Gillon (USA)
  • Natalia Soltero (Mexico)
  • Stephanie Gibson (USA)
  • Bojana Vasiljevic (USA)
  • Jessica Reyes Padilla (Puerto Rico)
  • Aksana Yukhno (Belarus)
  • Maria Luisa Baeza Diaz (USA)
  • Tereza Linhartova (Czech Republic)
  • Jennifer Zienert (Germany)
  • Felecia Harris (USA)

POINT STANDING

  • Nicole Zenobia Graham (USA), 11
  • Gabriela Linhartova (Czech Republic), 11
  • Autumn Cleveland (USA), 9
  • Veronica Gallego Garcia (Spain), 9
  • Martina Yabekova (Canada), 6
  • Maryam Bamdad (Canada), 6
  • Anna Banks (Poland), 5
  • An Da Jeong (South Korea), 4
  • Sandra Grajales (Mexico), 4
  • Larhanna Robinson (USA), 4
  • Asmaa Salimi (Canada), 4
  • Tarryn Garlington (USA), 4
  • Sh’Nere Mattise Deas (USA), 4
  • Zulfiya Bitiyeva (Kazakhstan), 4
  • Wendy Fortino (USA), 3
  • Belinda Hope (USA), 3
  • Annalios Charlotte (Netherlands), 3
  • Oyku Basar (Turkey), 2
  • Michele da Silva Pinto (Brazil), 2
  • Alissa Carpio (USA), 2
  • Paula Ranta (Finland), 2
  • Militsa Rivera (USA), 2
  • Shanice Abrams (USA), 2
  • Thais Cabrices Werner (USA), 2
  • Olesya Kochura (Russia), 1
  • Mandy Urner (Canada), 1
  • Stephanie Koerber (USA), 1
  • Bree Marsh (USA), 1
  • Samantha Jerring (USA), 1

2022 FITNESS OLYMPIA

QUALIFIED

  • Missy Truscott (USA)
  • Allison Kramer (USA)
  • Michelle Fredua Mensah (UK)
  • Whitney Jones (USA)
  • Oksana Grishina (Russia)
  • Terra Plum (Canada)
  • Minna Pajulahti (Finland)

POINT STANDING

  • Ariel Khadr (USA), 21
  • Jaclyn Baker (USA), 19
  • Kate Errington (UK), 13
  • Aurika Tyrgale (USA), 7
  • Tamara Vahn (Canada), 6
  • Danielle Chikeles (USA), 4
  • Rene Brosch (USA), 4
  • Ashley Downes (USA), 4
  • Giorgia Foroni (Italy), 4
  • Stephanie Jones (USA), 3
  • Kimberly Baliutavicius (USA), 3
  • Andrea Glass (USA), 3
  • Abbie Elsner (USA), 3
  • Corinne Elizabeth Bean (USA), 3
  • Stacy Dawn (USA), 2
  • Nicolette Spencer (USA), 2
  • Susana Beatriz Cacavieli (Argentina), 1

2022 BIKINI OLYMPIA

QUALIFIED

  • Erika Roxana Marquez (USA)
  • Jennifer Dorie (Canada)
  • Elisa Pecini (Brazil)
  • Ashley Kaltwasser (USA)
  • Ottavia Mazza (Italy)
  • Phoebe Hagan (UK)
  • Lauralie Chapados (Canada)
  • Francesca Stoico (Italy)
  • Jourdanne Lee (USA)
  • Wiktoria Gasior (Poland)
  • Ivanna Escandar (Spain)
  • Allison Testu (France)
  • Sally-Ann Kato (Japan)
  • Shenese Case (Canada)
  • Alessia Facchin (Italy)
  • Cristiane Silveira (Brazil)
  • Jennifer Ronzitti (USA)
  • Danielle Phelps (USA)
  • Yan Gao (New Zealand)

POINT STANDING

  • Noora Mahonen (Finland), 13
  • Maureen Blanquisco (Norway), 12
  • Adair Libbrecht (Canada), 11
  • Gessica Brun (Brazil), 9
  • Ana Maria Vintu (Italy), 8
  • Elizaveta Shmukler (Japan), 8
  • Stine Hansen (Denmark), 8
  • Mahsa Akbarimehr (USA), 8
  • Romina Basualdo (Argentina), 7
  • Anastasia Gonzalez Andreu (Spain), 7
  • Marie Isobe (Japan), 7
  • Diane Brunet (Canada), 7
  • Phoebe Hagan (UK), 6
  • Lucia Malavaze (USA), 6
  • Yuma Kurokawa (Japan), 6
  • Jessica Nicole Dolias (USA), 6
  • Karen Wall (Canada), 6
  • Jade-Kelsie Wolfenden (UK), 5
  • Melissa Carver (Australia), 5
  • Adrianna Kaczmarek (Poland), 5
  • Miho Shibutani (Japan), 5
  • Rukiye Solak (Turkey), 5
  • Laura Ziv (France), 5
  • Maria Julia da Silva de Lemos (Brazil), 4
  • Hope Harper (USA), 4
  • Jessica Wilson (USA), 4
  • Adrianne Onofrei (USA), 4
  • Tatiana Lanovenko (Russia), 4
  • Matilde Biagini (Italy), 4
  • Calysta Cornell (USA), 4
  • Maria Goncalves (USA), 4
  • Kate Mickleson (New Zealand), 4
  • Carla Garthwaite (USA), 3
  • Eliana Guzman Reyes (Spain), 3
  • Eli Fernandez (Mexico), 3
  • Lauren Dannenmiller (USA), 3
  • Evita Breide (Spain), 3
  • Halanna Jully (Brazil), 3
  • Elizabet Vang (Faroe Islands), 3
  • Rachel Linares (USA), 3
  • Marisa Woo (USA), 3
  • Chloe Hunter (New Zealand), 3
  • Cheuk Nam Yuen (HKSAR), 2
  • Sierra Swann (USA), 2
  • Cassie Hunter (UK), 2
  • Denetra Blackshear (USA), 2
  • Erin Stern (USA), 2
  • Mirian Barbosa (Brazil), 2
  • Aimee Jacobs (New Zealand), 2
  • Theresa Miller (USA), 1
  • Aneta Szoltysek (Poland), 1
  • Melanie Cyr (Canada), 1
  • Danielle Combs (USA), 1
  • Herlayne Braga (Brazil), 1
  • Lawna Dunbar (USA), 1
  • Catherine Daniel (New Zealand), 1

2022 MEN’S PHYSIQUE OLYMPIA

QUALIFIED

  • Riccardo Croci (Italy)
  • Jahvair Mullings (USA)
  • Bhuwan Chauhan (India)
  • Terrence Teo Kok Hua (Malaysia)
  • Yousef Al Shaban (Kuwait)
  • Ryan Terry (UK)
  • Brandon Hendrickson (USA)
  • Erin Banks (USA
  • Diogo Montenegro (Brazil)
  • Raymont Edmonds (USA)
  • Carlos DeOliveira (USA)
  • Daniel Ammons (USA)
  • Kyron Holden (USA)
  • Ahmed Shoukry (Egypt)
  • Balint Nemeth (Hungary)
  • Alessandro Cavagnola (Italy)
  • Yukihiro Yuasa (Japan)
  • Zheyu Zhang (China)
  • Arya Saffaie (USA)
  • Vinicius Mateus Vieira Lima (Brazil)

POINT STANDING

  • Emile Walker (UK), 21
  • Jeffrey Darko (UK), 12
  • Ryan John-Baptiste (UK), 8
  • Yasser Fernando Chala Blandon (Colombia), 8
  • Hong Xiao Long (China), 8
  • Farouq Ishimoto (Japan), 8
  • Shogo Sato (Japan), 7
  • Daniel Leone (Italy), 7
  • Andre Smith (USA), 6
  • Furkan Er (Turkey), 6
  • Hirokawa Shoichi (Japan), 6
  • Romane Lanceford (UK), 5
  • Youcef Djoudi (France), 5
  • Felipe Franco (Brazil), 5
  • Suruqah Shabazz (USA), 5
  • Andrei Lincan (Romania), 5
  • Steven Pettis (USA), 5
  • Joseph Lee (USA), 4
  • Yashar Anbari (Iran), 4
  • Alex Woodson (USA), 4
  • Reynel Chavez Pulido (USA), 4
  • Corey Morris (USA), 4
  • Sanad Alsanad (Kuwait), 4
  • Anton Antipov (USA), 4
  • Michael Williams (USA), 4
  • Joshua Guidry (USA), 4
  • Benquil Marigny (USA), 4
  • Andrea Mosti (Italy), 3
  • Miroslav Juricek (Czech Republic), 3
  • Micah Thomas, Jr (USA), 3
  • Marlon Sanchez (Netherlands), 3
  • Shun Kaneko (Japan), 3
  • Ismael Dominguez (Mexico), 3
  • Rodrigue Chesnier (USA), 3
  • Vitor Chaves (Brazil), 3
  • Dawid Wachelka (Poland), 3
  • Yujin Lee (South Korea), 3
  • Andre Ferguson (USA), 3
  • Alexis Gonzalez Benitez (Spain), 2
  • Jason Huynh (USA), 2
  • Anthony Chinakwe (USA), 2
  • Joquim Camps Angel (Spain), 2
  • Hachemi Hemza (Algeria), 2
  • Godfrey Sironda (USA), 2
  • Edvan Palmeira (Brazil), 2
  • Denis Gusev (Russia), 2
  • Ikenna Amaliri (USA), 2
  • Rafael Oliveira (Brazil), 2
  • Anderson da Silva Arruda (Brazil), 2
  • Tyler James (USA), 1
  • Febo Gambacorta (Italy), 1
  • Saint Michael Moodie (Jamaica), 1
  • Rodney Harvey (USA), 1
  • Youseff Hassan (Egypt), 1
  • Mu Ying Zhai (China), 1
  • Stevelon Dennis (USA), 1
  • Ammar Shlash (Jordan), 1

2022 WOMEN’S PHYSIQUE OLYMPIA

QUALIFIED

  • Sarah Villegas (USA)
  • Natalia Abraham Coelho (USA)
  • Brooke Walker (USA)
  • Anne-Lorraine Mohn (France)
  • Kristy Cox (USA)

POINT STANDING

  • Caroline Alves Dos Santos (Brazil), 15
  • Barbara Menage (France), 12
  • Ana Harias (USA), 11
  • Penpraghai Tiangngok (Thailand), 10
  • Ivie Rhein (USA), 9
  • Emily Renee Schubert (USA), 7
  • Marea Henriquez (Netherlands), 6
  • Elisama Manuel Benta Zorzetto (Brazil), 5
  • Daniely Castilho (Brazil), 5
  • Jodi Lyons (USA), 4
  • Ilaria Armeni (UK), 4
  • Marie-Soulange Essoh (USA), 4
  • Rachel Reid (USA), 3
  • Jeanette Johansson (Sweden), 2
  • Alexis Sullivan (USA), 1
  • Alide Oprey (Hungary), 1

2022 CLASSIC PHYSIQUE OLYMPIA

QUALIFIED

  • Brady Barnes (USA)
  • Darren Farrell (Ireland)
  • Terrence Ruffin (USA)
  • Georgian Andrei Birica Anghel (Romania)
  • Robert Wichman (USA)
  • Michael Daboul (Syria)
  • Chris Bumstead (Canada)
  • Breon Ansley (USA)
  • Peter Molnar (Hungary)
  • Alex Cambronero (Costa Rico)
  • Mike Sommerfeld (Germany)
  • Jorge Herrera (USA)
  • Jose Maria Mete Bueriberi (Spain)
  • Ruben Lopez Reyes (Spain)
  • Mehdi Larijani (USA)
  • Lenny Wicks (USA)
  • Ahmed El Halawani (Egypt)
  • Logan Franklin (USA)
  • Ramon Rocha Queiroz (Brazil)
  • Anthony Casado (Canada)
  • Kyrylo Khudaiev (USA)
  • Mateo Vaihu (New Zealand)

POINT STANDING

  • Jesus Rodriguez Sendra (Spain), 14
  • Urs Kalecinski (Germany), 12
  • Jeff Hallenbeck (USA), 11
  • Hubert Kulczynski (Poland), 10
  • Courage Opara (USA), 8
  • Shane Cullen (Ireland), 8
  • Romain Ramassamy (Canada), 8
  • Bryan Jones (USA), 7
  • Jack Connor (UK), 7
  • Valentin Petrov (Bulgaria), 7
  • Jordan Plantiko (USA), 7
  • Justin Badurina (USA), 7
  • Ramone Haye (Canada), 7
  • Vincent Craine (Ireland), 6
  • Sabur Favors (USA), 6
  • Blake Course (Canada), 6
  • Laszlo Kiraly (Hungary), 5
  • Neil Currey (UK), 5
  • Roberto Martinez Pizana (Spain), 5
  • Duqann Hinton (USA), 5
  • Damien Patrick (USA), 5
  • Jay Warren (USA), 4
  • Toto Djong (USA), 4
  • Kim Santos (USA), 4
  • Brandon Williams (USA), 4
  • Tommy Clark (USA), 4
  • Jorge Tabet Aleixandre (Spain), 4
  • Artem Puchkov (Russia), 4
  • Dancovea Anderson (USA) 4
  • Vahid Badpei (Iran), 4
  • Tywuan Williams (USA), 4
  • Shavis Higa (USA), 4
  • Gabriel Zancanelli (Brazil), 4
  • Abdullah Wael Alrabiah (Saudi Arabia), 4
  • Jonathan Seok (New Zealand), 4
  • Tyler Tallent (USA), 3
  • Aaron Sparenberg (USA), 3
  • Andrea Mammoli (Italy), 3
  • Ruben Stouth (USA), 3
  • Hany Saeed (Egypt), 3
  • Ramon Taijeron (USA), 3
  • Pavel Szotkowski (Poland), 3
  • Hassan Mahdi Abdulreda (Saudi Arabia), 3
  • Erik Alstrup (Canada), 3
  • Junior Zavorski (Brazil), 3
  • Julian Castano (Colombia), 3
  • Luis Garcia Martinez (Spain), 3
  • Grant Pieterse (New Zealand), 3
  • Domenick DiBenedetto (USA), 2
  • Tyler Johnson (Canada), 2
  • Yevhenii Mykhailenko (Ukraine), 2
  • Abdullah Al-Sairafi (Kuwait), 2
  • Harold Bright, Jr (USA), 2
  • Daniel Strong (USA), 2
  • Ulisses De Andrade (USA), 2
  • Paul Kanu (USA), 2
  • Vladimir Sizov (USA), 2
  • Paulo Henrique (Brazil), 2
  • Ayham Alaws (Germany), 2
  • Ahmad Ahmad (Iraq), 2
  • Michael Kingsworth (New Zealand), 2
  • Derek Duczynski (USA), 1
  • Jason Theobald (USA), 1
  • Petar Duper (Italy), 1
  • Brandon Cooper (USA), 1
  • James Adams (USA), 1
  • Shin Kodama (Japan), 1
  • Ali Shamsghamar (Iran), 1
  • German Pastor (Spain), 1
  • Zoheb Razak (New Zealand), 1

2022 WELLNESS OLYMPIA

QUALIFIED

  • Casey DeLong (USA)
  • Francielle Mattos (Brazil)
  • Angela Borges (Brazil)
  • Isabelle Nunes (Brazil)
  • Giselle Machado (Brazil)
  • Anna Mroczkowska (Poland)
  • Yarishna Ayala (Puerto Rico)
  • Sunny Andrews (USA)
  • Juliana Mota Esteso (France)

POINT STANDING

  • Julia Chitarra (Brazil), 11
  • Leonida Ciobu (Moldova), 10
  • Aysegul Besli (Turkey), 7
  • Maria Paulette Aranguren (Spain), 6
  • Charlene Mas (France), 5
  • Lisa Christin Meiswinkel (Germany), 5
  • Michelle Capponi (Switzerland), 5
  • Amanda Werner (USA), 4
  • Pamela Bonaccorso (Italy), 4
  • Lorena Ragusa (USA), 4
  • Brooke Donnelly (USA), 4
  • Barbara Emanuele Cesar (USA), 4
  • Kassandra Gillis (Canada), 4
  • Alisha Sturkie (USA), 4
  • Zelma Santos (USA), 3
  • Devyn Cambre (USA), 3
  • Carrie Goforth (USA), 3
  • Rayane Fogal (Brazil), 3
  • Neride Garcia (Spain), 3
  • Jenny Smith (USA), 2
  • Luz Rodriguez (Mexico), 2
  • Martyna Staszewska-Tiu (Poland), 2
  • Rafaelle Zen (Brazil), 2
  • Avis Evans (USA), 1
  • Michelle Ibata (Brazil), 1
  • Tatiany Vaillant (Brazil), 1
  • Laleska Bruschi (Brazil), 1
  • Figen Sahin (UK), 1

2022 WHEELCHAIR OLYMPIA

QUALIFIED

  • Harold Kelley (USA)
  • Gabriele Andriulli (Italy)
  • Antoni Khadraoui (Algeria)
  • Adelfo Cerame, Jr (USA)
  • Tyler Brey (USA)
  • Tory Jones (Canada)

Conclusion

It is always exciting to see who makes it to the Olympia stage at the end of the contest year. We will be closely following all the pro shows throughout the year and update you about the 2022 Olympia entrants as the news breaks. 

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