The final list of candidates for MR. Olympia 2014th
After a year of fierce fighting in the IFBB Pro competitions around the world these are the athletes who won the qualification and will perform at Mr. Olympia contest of 2014. The largest and most important bodybuilding competition in the world this year celebrates the 50th anniversary of the maintenance …
After a year of fierce fighting in the IFBB Pro competitions around the world these are the athletes who won the qualification and will perform at Mr. Olympia contest of 2014. The largest and most important bodybuilding competition in the world this year celebrates the 50th anniversary of maintenance.
Like last year, the biggest favorites to win the defending champion Phil Heath and Dennis Wolf, Kai Greene, Dexter Jackson, Branch Warren. There are also competitors who can jump out of the second plan, such as Victor Martinez, Shawn Rhoden, Roelly Winklaar and Dexter Jackson.
It is worth noting that this year will provide direct and free transfer events via live stream.
A list of qualified applicants:
Bikini Olympia 2013 Results
The 2013 Bikini Olympia contest was an IFBB professional bodybuilding competition and the feature event of Joe Weider’s Olympia Fitness & Performance Weekend 2013 held September 26–29, 2013 at the Las Vegas Convention Center and Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Other events at the exhibition included the Mr. Olympia – Ms. Olympia – Figure Olympia – Fitness Olympia & 212 Showdown Olympia contests.
Unlike other divisions, it’s been difficult for Bikini competitors to win the title more than once. Each year has brought with it a new champion.
Bikini Olympia 2013 Results
Bikini Olympia Winners from past 3 years
|2012||Nathalia Melo||Las Vegas,NV|
Las Vegas, NV
Las Vegas, NV
2013 Mr Olympia Results
The 2013 Mr. Olympia contest was an IFBB professional bodybuilding competition and the feature event of Joe Weider’s Olympia Fitness & Performance Weekend 2013 held September 26–29, 2013 at the Las Vegas Convention Center and Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
It was the 49th Mr. Olympia competition. Other events at the exhibition included the Ms. Olympia – Bikiki Olympia – Figure Olympia – Fitness Olympia – 212 Showdown Olympia – Men’s & Woman’s Physique Olympia contests.
Phil Heath winner for year 2013.
2013 Mr Olympia Results
Phil Heath Biography
Phillip “Phil” Jerrod Heath (born December 18, 1979 in Seattle, Washington) is an American IFBB professional bodybuilder and Mr. Olympia winner.
Phil Heath grew up in Seattle, WA and attended Rainier Beach High School, where he played shooting guard on the varsity basketball team. One of his former high school teammates, Jamal Crawford, currently plays for the Los Angeles Clippers. Heath attended the University of Denver on a full athletic scholarship. While at Denver, Heath double-majored in IT and Business Administration and played shooting guard for Denver’s Division I basketball team.
Phil Heath entered bodybuilding in 2002. In 2005 he won the overall title at the NPC (National Physique Committee) USA Championships, earning the right to compete as an IFBB Pro. He won his first two IFBB professional events the following year: The Colorado Pro Championships and The New York Pro Championship.
In 2007, Heath placed fifth at the Arnold Classic. Although he still qualified to compete in the 2007 Mr. Olympia contest, Heath, nevertheless, decided not to enter the contest, stating that he needed additional time to improve his form. Heath then won the 2008 Iron Man show and placed second to Dexter Jackson at the 2008 Arnold Classic. In his 2008 Mr. Olympia debut, Heath finished third, becoming the first novice to place in the top three since Flex Wheeler in 1993. He was a favorite for the 2009 Mr. Olympia title, but a stomach virus caused him to arrive 6 lbs lighter than planned on the first day, and this resulted in his taking fifth place in the competition. In 2010, he took second place at the Mr. Olympia contest when Jay Cutler won his final title, but after improving the following year Heath defeated Cutler and became Mr. Olympia for 2011. In 2012, Heath successfully defended his Mr. Olympia title against Kai Greene.
Heath has been featured in many fitness and magazine articles, and has also appeared on the cover of FLEX magazine. Heath currently resides in Denver, Colorado, and trains at Armbrust Pro Gym in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. Phil has released four bodybuilding DVDs: “The Gift”, “The Gift Unwrapped”, “Journey to the Olympia” and Becoming the Number 13. The latter three films were directed by Jonathan McFarlane and released by Bodybranded Films.
| 2003|| Northern Colorado State, Novice, Light-Heavyweight 1st and overall|
| 2003|| NPC Colorado State, Light-Heavyweight, 1st|
| 2004|| NPC Colorado State, Heavyweight, 1st and Overall|
| 2005|| NPC Junior Nationals, HeavyWeight, 1st and Overall|
| 2005|| NPC USA Championships, HeavyWeight, 1st and Overall|
| 2006|| Colorado Pro Championships, 1st|
| 2006|| New York Pro Championship, 1st|
| 2006|| BBC Classic, 1st|
| 2007|| Arnold Classic, 5th|
| 2008|| IFBB Iron Man, 1st|
| 2008|| Arnold Classic, 2nd|
| 2008|| Mr. Olympia, 3rd|
| 2009|| Mr. Olympia, 5th|
| 2010|| Arnold Classic, 2nd|
| 2010|| Mr. Olympia, 2nd|
| 2011|| Mr. Olympia, 1st|
| 2011|| Sheru Classic, 1st|
| 2012|| Mr. Olympia, 1st|
| 2012|| Sheru Classic, 1st|
Mr Olympia 2010
was an IFBB professional bodybuilding competition and the feature event of Joe Weider’s Olympia Fitness & Performance Weekend 2010
which was held September 23–26, 2010 at the Las Vegas Convention Center and the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was the 46th Mr. Olympia competition. Other events at the exhibition included the 202 Olympia Showdown, Ms. Olympia, Fitness Olympia, and Figure Olympia contests.
- Jay Cutler celebrated his fourth title, and second consecutive victory
- Dexter Jackson, the 2008 champion, placed 4th
- Phil Heath placed runner-up in his third Mr. Olympia contest, he placed 3rd in 2008 and 5th in 2009
Mr Olympia 2010 | Results
Mr Olympia 2006
contest was an IFBB professional bodybuilding competition and the feature event of Joe Weider’s 2006 Olympia Weekend
held September 29-30, 2006 at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The total prize money for the Mr. Olympia contest was increased from $480,000 to $546,000.
- Jay Cutler, after finishing 2nd place in four previous Mr Olympia contests, wins his first title
- Ronnie Coleman, after eight consecutive wins, is defeated and remains tied with Lee Haney for most Mr. Olympia titles
Mr Olympia 2006 | Results
|16.||$4,000||Rodney St. Cloud||160||160|
Mr Olympia 2005
contest was an IFBB professional bodybuilding competition and the feature event of Joe Weider’s 2005 Olympia Weekend
held October 15–16, 2005 at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The total prize amount given during the exhibition was $711,000, an increase of 31% from 2004.
- Ronnie Coleman wins his eighth consecutive Mr. Olympia title, tying with Lee Haney for most wins
- Gustavo Badell won $50,000 in the Challenge Round.
- Jay Cutler won $10,000 in the Vyo Tech’s Best Wheels.
Mr Olympia 2005 | Results
The 2004 Mr. Olympia contest was an IFBB professional bodybuilding competition and the feature event of Joe Weider’s 2004 Olympia Weekend held October 30-31, 2004 at the Mandalay Bay Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
This Mr. Olympia contest introduced a new Challenge Round to determine the final standings. The top six competitors scores were discared after round three, and only the final challenge round standing were used to decide the winner.
The total prize money for the men’s Mr. Olympia was $400,000.
- Ronnie Coleman won his seventh consecutive Mr. Olympia title
- Jay Cutler, for a third time, placed runner-up
Although he placed third in traditional scoring, Dexter Jackson lost to Gustavo Badell in the final challenge round, for a prize difference of $10,000
Mr Olympia 2004 results
Jay Cutler Mr Olympia 2013 Comeback
Jay Cutler interview and signature to return to the Mr Olympia contest
Four-Time Mr. Olympia Jay Cutler officially announced he will be competing at the 2013 Olympia by signing his Olympia contract, with a special appearance from current Mr. Olympia Phil Heath
The Mr Olympia 2003 contest was an IFBB professional bodybuilding competition held October 22-26, 2003 at the Mandalay Bay Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
For the fifth year in a row, the total prize money for the Mr. Olympia weekend was increased, reaching a level of $404,000 with the winner taking home $110,000 and a Cadillac Escalade provided by Pinnacle Supplements.
- Ronnie Coleman won his sixth consecutive Mr. Olympia title
- Chris Cormier pulled out of the Olympia due to sickness, although he was at the press conference
- Art Atwood and Kevin Levrone both competed despite experiencing injuries during their training
- Arnold Schwarzenegger made a special guest appearance
- Franco Columbu received two special awards from the IFBB and was quoted “I’m happy that I got two awards and Arnold got nothing”
- Lee Haney, the man who broke Arnold’s record of seven Mr. Olympia titles received a special lifetime achievement award from the IFBB and FLEX Magazine
Mr Olympia 2003 results
|12.||$4,000||Rodney St. Cloud||58||64||60||35||217|
Mr Olympia 2013 | Who will be next champ?
The 2013 Mr. Olympia contest is an IFBB professional bodybuilding competition and the feature event of Joe Weider’s Olympia Fitness & Performance Weekend 2013 to be held September 26-29, 2013, at the Las Vegas Convention Center and the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Other events at the exhibition include the 212 Olympia Showdown, Ms. Olympia, Fitness Olympia, andFigure Olympia contests.
- 1st $250,000
- 2nd $100,000
- 3rd $75,000
- 4th $50,000
- 5th $40,000
- 6th $30,000
- 7th $18,000
- 8th $17,000
- 9th $16,000
- 10th $14,000
Due to their placing in previous Mr. Olympia and IFBB competitions the following competitors have been pre-qualified for the event.
The 2002 Mr. Olympia contest was an IFBB professional bodybuilding competition held October 16–20, 2002 at the Mandalay Bay Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The total prize money awarded was $381,000. A 2003 Cadillac Escalade was presented to the first place winner by Mel Rich and Steve Stern of the Bodyonics Pinnacle company which donated the prize.
Ronnie Coleman won his fifth consecutive Mr. Olympia title.
Mr Olympia 2002 results
|15.||Nasser El Sonbaty||71||78||73||222|