RESULTS & PHOTOS – 2018 IFBB Elite Pro Cancun (Mexico).
The first official season for the 2018 IFBB Elite Pro league continues to get bigger and better.
Just a week after the IFBB Elite Pro Bodybuilding World championships, the action took place in Cancun, Mexico. As well in the same weekend the IFBB Elite Pro Female World Championships took place as well.
The Cancun IFBB Elite Pro contest had various disciplines:
In the bodybuilding class, Tomas Kaspar added another victory to his already successful 2018 season. Tomas had to battle a international line-up of ten athletes.
After finishing fifth at the IFBB Elite Pro Bodybuilding World Championships, Tomas made sure he made the right improvements to finish on top in Cancun.
The Men’s Physique class is becoming one of the toughest categories in the IFBB Elite Pro league with athletes presenting fantastic physiques giving the judges a harder task to pick the final winners.
In Cancun it would be Dmytro Horobets, the most consistent winner in the IFBB Elite Pro league to take the top prize.
A fantastic line-up of nine athletes competed in the Men’s Physique class. New athletes took to the stage showing that new IFBB Elite Pro card winners are active in competitions.
Dmytro continued his perfect run of victories by bringing to the stage a near perfect physique that is the perfect example for the Men’s Physique class.
Marcos Felix from the Dominican Republic is a much taller athlete. He gave Horobets a good battle to finish in second while Edwin Rosas from Mexico finished in third.
The Bikini Fitness fitness category had a fantastic line-up of 18 beautiful athletes. The judges had their hands full selecting the final winners.
Ukraine’s Oksana Bryhidyr was the eventual winner of the Bikini Fitness class. Estonia’s Andra Vagur could not have started her IFBB Elite Pro career any better by placing second. Turkey’s Denyz Saypinar finished in third.
The Bodyfitness category was dominated by the Mexican locals. Edith Vargas took the top prize with fellow Mexican Keytt Vera placing second. Brazil’s Agnes Junqueira Crespo finished in third.
Daydania Mauricio from Curaçao was the winner of the fast growing Wellness category. This category is growing in popularity in each show organized. The Wellness class is very popular in Mexico with six contestants in a line-up of eight. Second place went to Beatriz Elena while third went to fellow Mexican Yvette Carreon. We are surely going to see more of these athletes in the future.
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