2020 Olympia Saturday Prejudging Callout Report — Men’s Physique, Bikini, Classic Physique & Wheelchair Bodybuilding Finals

Here are the callouts for Bikini, Classic Physique, Men's Physique, and your new Wheelchair Olympia winner.

Day two of the Mr. Olympia competition — where the best in bodybuilding present their year-round work — is underway. So far, many have been crowned — with plenty of upsets and dominant performances to keep fans on the edge of their seat (or couches, depending on how you’re watching the O). There are five divisions left to crown, three of which underwent prejudging, and the other division, Wheelchair bodybuilding, had finals. Refer to the jump links below to check out the full Saturday morning callout reports and Wheelchair finals, as well as for information on how bodybuilding is judged.

2020 Olympia Friday Morning Callout Reports

2020 Classic Physique Olympia Callouts

Since its Olympia debut in 2016, the Classic Physique division has rapidly become a fan favorite. This division favors bodies that harken back to the Golden Era (the 1970s to 1980s) of bodybuilding when competitors had less overall mass, sharp lines, and razor-sharp conditioning.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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This year, the main matchup appears to be between defending Classic Physique champ Chris Bumstead and two-time Classic Physique Olympia winner Breon Ansley, who lost to Bumstead last year. (Though, you can’t count out Terrance Ruffin and Alex Cambronero.) On stage, it appeared to get a little heated between the two top dogs. Bumstead and Ansley stood mere inches apart and were consistently trying to block each other out during the back double biceps pose. Both sported excellent muscle mass and conditioning. It will be close. Here are the callout groups for the Classic Physique division:

Group One

  • Dani Younan, #25
  • Alex Cambronero, #4
  • Bryan Jones, #15
  • Chris Bumstead, #26
  • Breon Ansley, #2
  • Terrance Ruffin, #19
  • Logan Franklin, #7
  • Deontrai Campbell, #5

Group Two

  • Wesley Vissers, #22
  • Divine Wilson, #23
  • Deontrai Campbell, #5
  • Dani Younan, #25
  • Alex Cambronero, #4
  • Bryan Jones, #15
  • RIckey Moten Jr., #17
  • Logan Franklin, #7

Group Three

  • Wesley Vissers, #22
  • Deontrai Campbell, #5
  • Divine Wilson, #23
  • Rickey Moten Jr., #17
  • Logan Franklin, #7
  • David Hoffman, #12

Group Four

  • Sami Ghanem, #8
  • Jason Brown, #3
  • Jose Marte, #16
  • Ahmad Ahmad, #1
  • Christopher Hunte, #13

Group Five

  • Peter Sciallo, #20
  • Seojin Ham, #9
  • Song Jaepil, #14
  • Jonathan Hambrick, #10
  • Maxime Yedess, #24

Group Six

  • Terrence Ruffin, #19
  • Chris Bumstead, #26
  • Breon Ansley, #2

Group Seven

  • Rickey Moten Jr., #17
  • Divine Wilson, #23
  • Alex Cambronero, #4
  • Bryan Jones, #15
  • Divine Wilson, #23

Group Eight

  • Alex Cambronero, #4
  • Chris Bumstead, #26
  • Breon Ansley, #2
  • Terrence Ruffin, #19

2020 Men’s Physique Olympia Callouts

The Men’s Physique Division is, of all the men’s divisions, the most “toned down.” Competitors strive to achieve an athletic beach body and present their packages in board shorts instead of the standard posing trunks. (That said, most of these guys could throw on posing trunks and hold their own.) 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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31 men are competing this year, including defending champion Raymont Edmonds and 2018 winner Brandon Hendrickson. Andre Ferguson is also always a contender to watch. Here is al of the callout groups:

Group One

  • Carlos DeOliveira, #11
  • Jeremy Potvin, #25
  • Kyron Holden #18
  • Brandon Hendrickson, #17
  • Raymont Edmonds, #31
  • Andre Ferguson, #13

Group Two

  • Carlos DeOliveira, #11
  • Andrei Lincan, #21
  • Jeremy Potvin, #25
  • Kyron Holden, #18
  • Andre Ferguson, #13
  • Ryan Terry, #28

Group Three

  • Stan Morrison, #24
  • Daniel Ammons, #1
  • Anthony Gilkes, #14
  • Rodrigue Chesnier, #8
  • George Brown, #4
  • Bhuwan Chauhan, #7
  • Steven Cao, #5

Group Four

  • Stan Morrison, #24
  • Arya Saffaie, #27
  • Daniel Ammons, #1
  • Charjo Grant, #15
  • Steven Cao, #5
  • Bhuwan Chauhan, #7
  • Khali Quartey, #26

Group Five

  • Min Su Kim, #20
  • Corey Morris, #23
  • Ricarrdo Croci #10
  • Yasser Blandon, #3
  • Jason Huynh, #19
  • Camaren Harris, #16

Group Six

  • Min Su Kim, #20
  • Rashaud Watson, #29
  • Clarence McSpadden, #22
  • Bong Seok Choi, #9
  • Seungho Che, #6
  • Ismael Domingues, #12
  • Frank Worley, #30
  • Aundre Benson, #2

Group Seven

  • Andrei Lincan, #21
  • Kyron Holden, #18
  • Jeremy Potvin, #25
  • Andre Ferguson, #13

Group Eight

  • Brandon Hendrickson, #17
  • Raymont Edmonds, #31

2020 Bikini Olympia Callouts

The Bikini division is to the women what the Men’s Physique division is for the men. There isn’t much posing, but the division and its athletes have their fair share of followers. There are 40 competitors in this lineup, including three former champions. Elisa Pecini is the defending champion, but two-time winner Angelica Teixeira and three-time champion Ashley Kaltwasser are looking to dethrone her.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Group One

  • Elisa Pecini, #40
  • Etila Santiago Santos, #35
  • Janet Layug, #25
  • Angelica Teixeira, #37
  • Jennifer Dorie, #11
  • Lauralie Chapados, #6

Group Two

  • Monica Ellis, #13
  • Breena Martinez, #28
  • Ashlyn Brown, #5
  • Ashley Kaltwasser, #22
  • Jasmine Gonzalez, #16
  • Jennifer Ronzitti, #33
  • Nittaya Kongthun, #24

Group Three

  • Natoshia Coleman, #8
  • Alexandria Ross, #34
  • Sara Choi #7
  • Daraja Hill, #18
  • Hye Kyeong Hwang, #19
  • Lucia Malavaze Johnson, #20

Group Four

  • Hannah Ranfranz, #31
  • Maia Gordo, #17
  • Beatriz Biscail, #3
  • Alessia Facchin, #14
  • Adrianna Kaczmarek, #21
  • Casey Torres, #38
  • Juli Lopez, #26

Group Five

  • Gabrielle Messias, #29
  • Katya Nosova, #30
  • Cristobalina Pajares Torres, #39
  • Lexus Redmond, #32
  • Sethia Daigle, #9
  • Noora Mahonen, #27

Group Six

  • Susana Aramayo, #1
  • Sara Choi #7
  • Svetlana Elina, #12
  • Maya Astable, #2
  • Eli Fernandex, #15
  • Evita Breide, #4
  • Brittney Dayne, #10
  • Sung Uk Kim, #23

Group Seven

  • Elisa Pecini, #40
  • Angelica Teixeira, #37
  • Jennifer Dorie, #11
  • Janet Layug, #25
  • Etila Santiago Santos, #35
  • Lauralie Chapados, #6

2020 Wheelchair Olympia Finals

The Wheelchair division, which was added in 2018, is the newest addition to the Olympia lineup. Judges focus on the musculature of the upper body, while competitors complete four poses to show off their chest muscles, mountainous biceps, ripped abs, and chiseled backs. In the division’s short history, there has only been one champion. For the third year in a row, Harold Kelley won the Wheelchair Olympia. Bodybuilding legend Flex Wheeler was among those presenting Kelley with his first-place award.

Group Callout

  • Bradley Betts, #3
  • Adelfo Cerame Jr., #1
  • Antoni Khadraoui, #2
  • Harold Kelley, #7
  • Johnny Quinn, #4
  • Tyler Brey, #6
  • Kyle Roberts, #5

2020 Olympia Wheelchair Results

  • First Place — Harold Kelley
  • Second Place — Antoni Khadraoui
  • Third Place — Adelfo Cerame Jr.
  • Fourth Place — Tyler Brey
  • Fifth Place — Johnny Quinn

How Bodybuilding is Judged

If you’re new to the sport or need a refresher, check out our video guide on how bodybuilding is judged. You can also refer to our other callout report for more information on the callout process.

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Stay Tuned

So far, the 212 Mr. Olympia, Ms. Olympia, and Figure, Fitness, and Women’s Physique winners have also been announced. The Mr. Olympia Pre-Judging took place last night, on Dec. 18, 2020, too, and the finals are set for tonight, Dec. 19, 2020. Be sure to check back in with BarBend for full Olympia coverage.

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