Odgovor So sep 24, 2016 09:54

2016 ARNOLD CLASSIC EUROPE FIRST AWARDS DISTRIBUTED!

2016 ARNOLD CLASSIC EUROPE FIRST AWARDS DISTRIBUTED!



Friday was the first day of hard battles run on two stages. Here are results from the Pro Stage, where junior and masters categories were dominated.
Junior Women Bodyfitness: After a very close battle in the first round against Spanish debutant Montserrat Gil (tied 10:10), last year’s winner, 21-years-old Tea Save (Switzerland) managed to regain the title in the final round (7:11). Individual
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Master Women Bodyfitness: Incredible line-up of 29 distinguished ladies and very tough battle at the top, where new Lithuanian star Marta Alesiunaite won by 1 point over British star of Hungarian origin Katalin Jasztrab (first round went to Jasztrab by 1 point!). At the 2016 European Championships Alesiunaite failed to enter the top 15!
Junior Women Bikini-Fitness up to 163 cm: New Russian raising star Alexandra Rebrova (3rd place at the 2015 Russian Nationals) clearly won this category, ahead of Finland’s Melina Keltaniemi (8th at the 2016 European Championships). Fast progress, big jump up in the hierarchy!
Junior Women Bikini-Fitness over 163 cm: Exciting battle of 2016 European Championships runner-up (-166 cm class) Vivien Lengyel (Hungary) and European champion (+166 cm class) Ioana Sulea (Romania). This time the top trophy went to Lengyel who won both rounds. Overall title went unanimously to Rebrova (5:10).
Master Women Bikini-Fitness: second longest category at this event, with 45 competitors, of whom 28 ended in the elimination round. Big differences in the results between 1st and 2nd rounds. Amazing Elsa Pena of Portugal moved up from 4th place in the 1st round to the top in the finals and also moved up from her 3rd place last year. Very good season for her, following her triumph at the 2016 Arnold Classic Africa in Johannesburg. Judit Béres of Hungary in the 2nd place once again. Last year winner Karolina Tlustá (Czechia) in 8th position this year.
Women Physique up to 163 cm: Two Brazilian renown stars at the top: Priscila Cavilha ahead of Evelaine Rocha. Earlier this year, at Arnold USA in Columbus, Cavilha placed 3rd, just behind Rocha. This time she was unbeatable, winning with perfect scores from the judges!
Women Physique over 163 cm: Former European champion and Worlds runner-up Cristina Arellano (Spain) met a very demanding challenger: Valentina Mishina (Russia) and had to accept her clear win in all rounds. Top muscle quality paid off. Next meet at the World Championships in Bialystok? Overall title also went to Mishina, winning by 1 point over Cavilha.
Master Women Physique open class: two Brazilian stars: Priscila Cavilha and Evelaine Rocha met once agian at this event and there was no surprise: Cavilha ahead of Rocha.
Master Men’s Bodybuilding 40-49 years up to 80 kg: Top 2 from the European Championships: Filippo Masucci (Italy) and Andriy Sharapov (Ukraine) met once again. Masucci still unbeatable won with perfect scores. Sharapov dropped to 4th place, behind new face from Lebanon Abedalrahman Bahlawan and Juan Francisco Martin (Spain).
Master Men’s Bodybuilding 40-49 years up to 90 kg: world champion and last year’s ACE runner-up Luis Ricardo Plata (Colombia) in 5th place. Great comeback of the 2012 European Masters overall champion Ralf Szesny (Germany) who won ahead of Jose Luis Fernandez (Colombia) and Vasyl Remizov (Ukraine).
Master Men’s Bodybuilding 40-49 years over 90 kg: current European Masters overall champion Manuel Cañadillas (Spain) was untouchable, receiving perfect scores in all three rounds. Then, last year’s 3rd place winner Francisco Corral (Spain) and 2014 Arnold Europe winner Gilberto Ciriello were tied at the end 43:43 and Ciriello who was slightly better in two rounds dropped to the 3rd position, behind Corral. All top three places for gentlemen whose names begin with “C”!
Overall masters title, like at the European Championships, for Cañadillas, ahead of Masucci.
Junior Men’s Physique up to 175 cm: 2015 European champion Luca Biolo (Italy) in 6th place. Top three positions for new faces: Alejandro Cerrejon (Spain), Enyer Alvarado (Venezuela) and Michal Grygowicz (Poland).
Junior Men’s Physique over 175 cm: Amazing line-up of 30 competitors! Top two place for new, raising stars: Dmytro Voievodchuk (Ukraine) and Braulio Encarnacion (Dominican Republic). Last year’s 4th place winner Alejandro Ruiz Borrego (Spain) moved up to the 3rd position. Voievodchuk grasped the overall title as well.
Master Men’s Physique 40-44 years: 2015 World Championships runner-up Jean-Philippe Cesari (France) at the top this time. Jose Rivas Rodero (Spain) debuted in masters (last year he placed out of the top 15 in men’s physique 181 cm class) and finished in 2nd place. European Masters Championships bronze medal winner Luís Ribeiro Da Cunha (Portugal) in 3rd place again.
Master Men’s Physique over 45 years: current world masters champion Rui Ferreira (Portugal) took the first historical title in this new category. Dexter Simon (Trinidad & Tobago) was the runner-up after the first round but lost this position in the finals, being overcome by Antonio Damiano (Italy).
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