Bikini international final placings and MENS PHYSIQUE FINAL PLACINGs
Brazilian Native Angelica Teixeira Wins 2017 Bikini International
COLUMBUS, Ohio (March 4, 2017) – Angelica Teixeira, a native of Brasil who lives in Bergenfield New Jersey, won the Bikini International for the biggest victory of her short IFBB Pro League career.
Teixeira, who won her third contest since turning pro in 2015, received congratulations from Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, $7,000, a Tony Nowak Official Champions Jacket and the champion’s trophy from Catherine Colle Midway Labs USA and Jeff Howe of Optimum Nutrition. Teixeira was fourth in Columbus in her Bikini International debut in 2016.
The remainder of the Bikini International top six:
• 2nd place: Courtney King of Chicago, Ill., received $3,000 and a trophy from ROGUE Fitness and Ultimate Nutrition.
• 3rd place: Jennifer Ronzitti of Severna Park, Md., received $2,000 and a trophy from Jan Tana and BSN.
• 4th place: Janet Layug of Lakeland, Fla., received $1,000 and a trophy from Animal and MHP.
• 5th place: India Paulino of Weston, Fla., received $1,000 and a trophy from Muscle Egg and SBD Apparel.
• 6th place: Justine Munro of Canada received $1,000 and a trophy from Cytosport and Allmax.
Ryan Terry Outlasts Large Field To Win Arnold Men’s Physique
Ryan Terry of England outlasted a field of 35 competitors to win the Arnold Classic Men’s Physique for the biggest win of his three-year career in the IFBB Pro League. Terry received congratulations from Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, $5,000, a Tony Nowak Official Champions Jacket and the champion’s trophy from Jeff Howe of Optimum Nutrition and Catherine Colle of Midway Labs USA. Terry was fourth in Columbus in 2016.
The remainder of the Arnold Men’s Physique top six:
• 2nd place: Andre Ferguson received $2,000 and a trophy from ROGUE Fitness and Muscle & Fitness Magazine.
• 3rd place: Defending champion Brandon Hendrickson of Bartlett, Ill., received $1,500 and a trophy from The Columbus Dispatch and Complete Nutrition.
• 4th place: George Brown of Columbus, Ohio received $1,500 and a trophy from Ultimate Nutrition and Generation Iron.
• 5th place: Jeremy Potvin received $1,000 and a trophy from Rule One Proteins and VPX.
• 6th place: Raymont Edmonds received $500 and a trophy from Rivalus and Animal.
Harold “King Kong” Kelley Wins 2nd Straight Arnold Classic Pro Wheelchair
Harold Kelley of Grand Prairie, Texas, continued his dominance of the sport of professional wheelchair bodybuilding when he won the Arnold Classic Pro Wheelchair Presented by Bodybuilding.com for the second straight year.
Kelly earned $3,000 and a one-of-a-kind Arnold Classic Pro Wheelchair Championship Ring from event founder Nick Scott. Gabriele Andriulli of Italy finished second and earned $2,000, while Daniel Minster of Czech Republic was third and earned $1,000. Adelfo Cerame Jr. of Cerritos, Calif., was fourth and Antoni Khadraoui of Sweden was fifth. Cerame Jr. was named Best Poser and earned an extra $1,000.