RESULTS: 2019 Arnold Classic Africa IFBB Elite Pro Show
Michal Križánek celebrates with his trainer after his Arnold Classic Africa victory.

The official results of the 2019 Arnold Classic Africa IFBB Elite Pro Show.

It was a night to remember as the top athletes in the IFBB Elite Pro League made the trip to Africa to compete for the top prizes.

In the Men’s bodybuilding open class, IFBB Elite Pro World Champion Michal Krizanek defeated the 2018 Arnold Classic Africa winner Tomas Kaspar to win his second Arnold Classic title.

Kaspar had to settle for second place while the talk of the 2019 season, Italy’s Fabio Petruio finished in third.

It looks as these three athletes will be in the mix for the entire 2019 season.

The up to 90kg Bodybuilding title went to Russia’s Andrei Melnikov. Home boy Daniel Matloha took second while Spain’s Raul Cesar Gutierrez had to settle for third.

The Classic Physique division has become of the most popular events in the IFBB Elite Pro calendar. These athletes display perfect physiques with perfectly balanced definition and size.

The top prize went to Ukraine’s Serhii Danilets. Belgium’s Olivier Kremers finished second while Czech Republic’s Lumir Stefek finished in third. 2018 winner Deividas Dubinas finished in fourth.

The queen of Women’s Bodyfitness took the top prize home again. Slovakia’s Adela Ondrejovicova made it 11 IFBB Elite Pro wins in just under two years. Germany’s Sabine Simitsopoulos finished in second while France’s Khoudiedji Sidibe finished in third.

The king of Men’s Physique conquered the Arnold classic stage again by winning in Africa. IFBB Elite Pro World Champion Dmytro Horobets has remained the man to beat when it comes to Men’s Physique. It is no wonder he has literally become the face of the IFBB and IFBB Elite Pro. Spain’s Daniel Garrido had to settle for second while Italy’s Victor Alfonso Coats placed third.

The popular Bikini Fitness Arnold Classic Africa title went to South Africa’s Shelby Neves. The home crowed was surely happy with her victory. Poland’s Reneta Nowak finished in second while 2018 Arnold Classic Europe winner Yana Kuznetsova had to settle for third.

Women’s Fitness pnly had three competitors with Ukraine’s Oksana Orobets taking the victory. Hungary’s Nikolett Szabo finished in second. Finally Canada’s Catherine Allaire finished in third.

Finally, another dominant athlete, Brazil’s Angela Borges made sure she took the 2019 Arnold Classic Africa title home. Angela is the one to beat when it comes to Wellness. Italy’s Lexy Oliver had to settle for second while Greece’s Urania Politis finished in third.

Photos of the event will be uploaded shortly.