Luke Sandoe passes away

Luke Sandoe aims to impress in 2019.

The 2019 season has started and already we can see who has done their homework in the off-season.

The man from the UK, Luke Sandoe is already looking to be the most improved bodybuilder for the 2019 season.

Luke earned his Pro card in 2016 by winning the UKBFF British Championships.

Not shying away from any competition, Luke accepted the invitation to the 2017 Arnold Classic Ohio and placed a respectable 8th place.

A poor result at the 2017 Vancouver Pro was not expected for Luke when he placed 13th.

The 2018 season was another unpredictable season for Luke when he again competed at the Arnold Classic, this time in Australia. Luke improved and finished in 6th place.

It seems, Luke started a trend of doing well and then horribly at his next contest. At the 2018 California Pro, Luke finished in 15th, surely not the result he expected.

Finally, at the 2018 Indy Pro, Luke finished in 3rd place, showing that he can go head to head with the big boys.

Fast forward to 2019 and a new improved Luke Sandoe walks on the Arnold Classic stage.

Luke looked fantastic at the Arnold Classic and he managed to brush aside some of the best bodybuilders in the world to finish in 3rd place. We believe Luke could have easily finished in 2nd place, ahead of William Bonac.

Luke was one of the only bodybuilders that presented a front double bicep pose with a vacuum. He came into the competition much more defined and aesthetic.

When looking at Luke, he resembles top bodybuilders such as Johnnie O Jackson and Branch Warren combined. He has the perfect combination of thickness, size and definition. He is surely won of the strongest athletes on the bodybuilding stage.

The new look of Sandoe cemented his status as one of the top bodybuilders for the 2019 season.

The next competition for Luke will again be the Arnold Classic, this time in Australia. If Luke can keep his physique in tune, he can surely improve on his 3rd place result from Ohio and possibly win the show.

If Luke is consistent in 2019, he will surely qualify for the 2019 Olympia either by points or by winning his first Pro show. The sooner he does this, the better.

If Luke does qualify for the 2019 Olympia, the Shawn Rhoden and the rest of the gang better keep their eye on the boy from the UK as he is aiming to impress.

Photos by @stagetimephoto.