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NATURAL OLYMPIA
INTERNATIONAL MULTI SPORTS & EXPO 201
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November 6-9, 2014

Town & Country Hotel & Convention Center
500 Hotel Circle North
San Diego, CA. 92108
(619) 291-7131

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SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Thursday, November 6, 2014

12pm-Exhibits Set Up
Athlete Registration at the Convention Center
12-4pm Amateurs Register
4-6pm Professionals Register
Testing: All athletes 12-6pm
VIP Mixer- Country Officials-Presidential Suite

Friday, November 7, 2014
9am-Exhibits Open
9am Athletes Must Check-In

10am Prejudging Begins
6pm Main Show
(Kids Fitness, Teenage Men, Teenage Women, Junior Men, Novice Men, Jr. Masters Men,
Masters Men, Grand Masters Men, Ultra Masters Men, Super Ultra Masters Men,
Platinum Masters Men, Open Men, Novice Women, Jr. Masters Women, Masters Women, Grand Masters Women,
Ultra Masters Women, Open Women, Bikini Mamas, Bathing Suit Beauties, Beach Bodies, Body Quest, Ms. Physique Masters,
Ms. Physique Grand Masters, Mens Physique Masters, Mens Physique Grand Masters, Ms. Figure Masters)

Saturday, November 8, 2014
9am-Exhibits Open
9am Athletes Must Check-In

10am Prejudging
6pm Main Show
(Ms. Fitness, Men’s Fitness, Mixed Pairs, Physically Challenged,
Sports Model Men, Sports Model Women, Ms. Physique Open, Mens Physique Open,
Ms. Figure Classic, Bikini Divas, Ms. Figure Open, ALL PRO CATEGORIES)

Sunday, November 9, 2014
8:30am All Athletes Check-in for Brunch
(Awards Brunch with Athletes only $49.00-
tickets must be purchased in advance)
Meet the INBA Pro’s, for autographs and photos
9am- Athlete Specialty Award Ceremony (Must be present to receive award)

& INBA Hall of Fame Inductions
Commemorative photo with all the athletes from the weekend

 

TICKET PRICES

~VIP GOLD EXPERIENCE PACKAGE $249.00~
THURSDAY - 1 VIP MIXER INVITE
FRIDAY - 1 VIP DAY & EVENING PASS INCLUDING BACKSTAGE PASS
SATURDAY - 1 VIP DAY & EVENING PASS INCLUDING BACKSTAGE PASS
SUNDAY - 1 VIP INVITE TO ATHLETE’S BRUNCH BANQUET, PRO AUTOGRAPH SIGNING
                     SESSION, AWARDS CEREMONY, HALL OF FAME INDUCTION & BUFFET
Value $35 + $110 + $110 + $49 = $304   Savings $55

~VIP SILVER EXPERIENCE PACKAGE $199.00~
THURSDAY – 1 VIP MIXER INVITE
FRIDAY – 1 GENERAL ADMISSION DAY PASS & VIP EVENING PASS
SATURDAY – 1 GENERAL ADMISSION DAY PASS & VIP EVENING PASS
SUNDAY – 1 VIP INVITE TO ATHLETE’S BRUNCH BANQUET, PRO AUTOGRAPH SIGNING
                      SESSION, AWARDS CEREMONY, HALL OF FAME INDUCTION & BUFFET
Value $35 + $80 + $80 + $49 = $244     Savings $45

~INDIVIDUAL TICKET PURCHASE~
DAY PASS ~ $25.00 GENERAL ADMISSION 10AM – 5PM
EVENING PASS ~ $35.00 GENERAL ADMISSION AFTER 6 PM
EVENING PASS ~ $55.00 VIP SEATING AFTER 6 PM
VIP ALL DAY PASS ~ $75.00 PER DAY
VIP ALL DAY PASS W/ BACKSTAGE PASS ~ ADDITIONAL ~ $35.00 PER DAY
VIP MIXER PASS  ~ $35.00 PRIVATE ATHLETE MIXER ENTRY
KIDS DAY PASS ~ 10 & UNDER FREE WITH PAID ADULT UNTIL 5 PM
                AFTER 5 PM ADMISSION IS REGULAR EVENING ADMISSION PRICE

 

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NATURAL OLYMPIA
INTERNATIONAL MULTI SPORTS & EXPO 2013

WIN A CAR!!!!

November 8-10, 2013

NEW LOCATION!!
Town & Country Hotel & Convention Center
500 Hotel Circle North
San Diego, CA. 92108
(619) 291-7131

 

HOTEL RATES:

Use Code - INBA Natural Olympia 2013/AAU Powerlifting

(619) 291-7131
(800) 445-2324

Garden Room - $99 a night

Regency Courtyard Room - $109 a night

Royal Palm Tower Room - $109 a night

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INTERNATIONAL MULTI SPORTS & EXPO 2012

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November 8-11, 2012
Reno, NV, USA

 

 

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NATURAL OLYMPIA
INTERNATIONAL MULTI SPORTS & EXPO 2011

WIN A CAR!!!!

November 10-13, 2011
Reno, NV, USA

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Olympia 2011Poster

2011 Natural Olympia
Multi Sports Weekend Pro/Am
Bodybuilding~Mixed Martial Arts~Fitness~Arm Wrestling~Physique~Figure
Bikini Divas~Sports Model~Strong Man/Woman~Seminars~Powerlifting~Kids Fitness

NOVEMBER 11th,12th & 13th
RENO, NV USA

The Natural Olympia Multi-Sport Expo Weekend will host nearly 1,000 of the best natural athletes in the world in Bodybuilding, Mixed Martial Arts, Figure, Strong Man/Woman, Seminars, Powerlifting, Ms. Fitness, Kids Fitness, Ms Physique, Arm Wrestling, Bikini Divas, & Model Search, including spectators contests: Push ups, Pull ups, Keg lifting, it's going to be fun for the whole family!! There will be magazine and television coverage, including professional photo stations with top INBA Athletes, Get your picture taken with a PRO! There will be great parties, seminars, exhibits and incredible Reno action. Special group discount rates at the luxurious Grand Sierra Resort and Casino make the weekend affordable for everyone. It will be the most exciting natural competition of the season!

Qualify to represent your Country against 40 others!!!


GRAND SIERRA RESORT
CASINO & CONVENTION CENTER


MANDATORY STAY FOR ALL ATHLETES!!


IF YOU DO NOT STAY AT THE GRAND SIERRA RESORT YOU WILL BE FINED A $100 VIOLATION FEE!!

Call for Reservations: 800-648-5080 or
online at:
www.grandsierraresort.com

-Complimentary Valet Parking
- Complimentary airport shuttle to/from Reno-Tahoe Intl Airport
-5,000 sq. ft Fitness Center and Spa available on premises
-Bowling Alley
-Night Club
-Wine Tasting
-Karaoke
-Restaurants
-AND MORE!!

Click Here for Official Entry Form

Thursday, November 10, 2011
Athlete Registration
12-4pm Amateurs Register
4-6pm Professionals Register
Testing: All athletes 4-6pm
7:30pm VIP Mixer- Country Officials-Presidential Suite (Invited Guests Only)

Friday, November 11, 2011- Silver State Pavilion
7:00am – Exhibits Set Up
8am- Mandatory Team Photo(s)
9am-Exhibits Open
9am Athletes Must Check-In

10am Prejudging Begins
Seminars thru 5pm
6pm Main Show
(Kids Fitness, Teenage Men, Junior Men, Masters Men, Grand Masters Men, Ultra Masters Men,
Super Ultra Masters Men, Jr. Masters Women, Masters Women, Grand Masters Women, Ultra Masters Women,
Ms. Physique Masters, Ms. Physique Grand Masters, Ms. Figure Masters, Open Women, Open Men)

Saturday, November 12, 2011- Silver State Pavilion
8am- Mandatory Team Photo(s)
9am-Exhibits Open
9am Athletes Must Check-In

10am Prejudging
Seminars thru 5pm
6pm Main Show
(Kids Fitness, Ms. Fitness, Men’s Fitness, Mixed Pairs, Mr. Physique, Physically Challenged,
Sports Model Men, Sports Model Women, Ms. Physique Open, Ms. Figure Classic, Bikini Divas,
Ms. Figure Open, Professional Masters Men, Professional Ms. Figure, Professional Women, Professional Men)

Sunday, November 13, 2011-Silver State Pavilion
8am All Athletes Check-in for Brunch
(Awards Brunch with Athletes only $49.00-
tickets must be purchased no later than Thursday)
Meet the PNBA Pro’s, for autographs and photos
9am- Athlete Specialty Award Ceremony (Must be present to receive award)

& INBA Natural Bodybuilding Hall of Fame Inductions
Commemorative photo with INBA/PNBA Champions

 

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TICKET PRICES
VIP EXPERIENCE PACKAGE:
WEEKEND PASS TO ALL EVENTS PLUS SUNDAY AWARD
BRUNCH W/ ATHLETES (AUTOGRAPHS & PHOTO OPPS) $199.00

DAY PASS 10AM-5PM $25.00
EVENING PASS AFTER 6PM $35.00 & $50.00
ALL DAY & EVENING FINALS PASS $70.00

KIDS UNDER 10 FREE WITH PAID ADULT (DAY TICKET ONLY)

 

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NATURAL OLYMPIA
INTERNATIONAL MULTI SPORTS & EXPO 2010

INBA/PNBA BROKE ALL RECORDS BY AWARDING
FIRST PLACE PRO MEN $19,000.00 IN CASH & PRIZES.

ENJOY THE PHOTOS!

INBA FAMILY ARRIVAL TO THE GRAND SIERRA RESORT
CASINO & CONVENTION CENTER

 

 

  

REGISTRATION

 

  

 

 

 

WORLD ATHLETES

TEAM USA

STAFF

JUDGES

  

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MIXER WITH PROMOTERS, COUNTRY REPS, PRO ATHLETES AND FRIENDS

 

  

  

 

 

EVENTS

  

 

  

STEVE TRAN

 

BEST POSER

 
CZECH TEAM

 

   

PRO ATHLETES POSING IN THE AUDIENCE

  

AUTOGRAPHS AND PHOTOS WITH THE PROS

  

 

AWARDS BRUNCH WITH ATHLETES

  

 

  

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2010 Natural Olympia
Multi Sports Weekend Pro/Am
Bodybuilding~Mixed Martial Arts~Fitness~Arm Wrestling~Physique~Figure
Bikini Divas~Sports Model~Strong Man/Woman~Seminars~Powerlifting~Kids Fitness

NOVEMBER 12th,13th & 14th
RENO, NV USA

The Natural Olympia Multi-Sport Expo Weekend will host nearly 1,000 of the best natural athletes in the world in Bodybuilding, Mixed Martial Arts, Figure, Strong Man/Woman, Seminars, Powerlifting, Ms. Fitness, Kids Fitness, Ms Physique, Arm Wrestling, Bikini Divas, & Model Search, including spectators contests: Push ups, Pull ups, Keg lifting, it's going to be fun for the whole family!! There will be magazine and television coverage, including professional photo stations with top INBA Athletes, Get your picture taken with a PRO! There will be great parties, seminars, exhibits and incredible Reno action. Special group discount rates at the luxurious Grand Sierra Resort and Casino make the weekend affordable for everyone. It will be the most exciting natural competition of the season!

Qualify to represent your Country against 40 others!!!


GRAND SIERRA RESORT
CASINO & CONVENTION CENTER

MANDATORY STAY FOR ALL ATHLETES!!

Hotel special rates of $69.00 a room. Mention Natural Olympia, for online booking, visit:

https://reservations.grandsierraresort.com/cgi-bin/lansaweb?procfun+rn+resnet+GSR+funcparms+UP(A2560):;NOLY;?


IF YOU DO NOT STAY AT THE GRAND SIERRA RESORT YOU WILL BE FINED A $100 VIOLATION FEE!!

Call for Reservations: 800-648-5080 or
online at:
www.grandsierraresort.com

-Complimentary Valet Parking
- Complimentary airport shuttle to/from Reno-Tahoe Intl Airport
-5,000 sq. ft Fitness Center and Spa available on premises
-Bowling Alley
-Night Club
-Wine Tasting
-Karaoke
-Restaurants
-AND MORE!!

Click Here for Official Entry Form

Thursday, November 11, 2010
12pm-Exhibits Set Up
Athlete Registration at the Convention Center
12-4pm Amateurs Register
4-6pm Professionals Register
Testing: All athletes 12-6pm
VIP Mixer- Country Officials-Presidential Suite

Friday, November 12, 2010
9am-Exhibits Open
9am Athletes Must Check-In

10am Prejudging Begins
6pm Main Show
(Kids Fitness, Teenage Men, Teenage Women, Junior Men, Jr. Masters Men,
Masters Men, Grand Masters Men, Ultra Masters Men, Super Ultra Masters Men,
Platinum Masters Men, Open Men, Jr. Masters Women, Masters Women, Grand Masters Women,
Ultra Masters Women, Open Women, Ms. Physique Masters, Ms. Physique Grand Masters, Ms. Figure Masters)

Saturday, November 13, 2010
9am-Exhibits Open
9am Athletes Must Check-In

10am Prejudging
6pm Main Show
(Kids Fitness, Ms. Fitness, Men’s Fitness, Mixed Pairs, Physically Challenged,
Sports Model Men, Sports Model Women, Ms. Physique Open, Ms. Figure Classic,
Bikini Divas, Ms. Figure Open, Ms. Figure Professional, Professional Men)

Sunday, November 14, 2010
8:30am All Athletes Check-in for Brunch
(Awards Brunch with Athletes only $49.00-
tickets must be purchased in advance)
Meet the INBA Pro’s, for autographs and photos
9am- Athlete Specialty Award Ceremony (Must be present to receive award)

& INBA Hall of Fame Inductions
Commemorative photo with all the athletes from the weekend

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TICKET PRICES
VIP EXPERIENCE PACKAGE:
WEEKEND PASS TO ALL EVENTS PLUS SUNDAY AWARD
BRUNCH W/ ATHLETES (AUTOGRAPHS & PHOTO OPPS) $199.00

DAY PASS 10AM-5PM $25.00
EVENING PASS AFTER 6PM $35.00 & $50.00
ALL DAY & EVENING FINALS PASS $70.00

KIDS UNDER 10 FREE WITH PAID ADULT (DAY TICKET ONLY)

                              

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OPEN & AMATEUR CLASSES
Right & Left : 0-165 * 166-199 * 200 & Over
Women Right: Open

Cash & Awards
1st-150.00
2nd-75.00
3rd-50.00

Amateur Classes
1st- 3rd Awards

Weigh-in
Friday 10:00a-5:00pm Demo and challanges during friday
Saturday 9:00-12:00 p.m.

 Competition Times
Saturday starts @12:00 p.m.

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2009 NATURAL OLYMPIA
Gold Coast, Australia

 


October Thursday 15th to Sunday 18th.
Contest day Saturday 17th
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Contest held at the Southport RSL Club on the sunny Gold Coast, Australia

Click here to book your Natural Olympia Hotel (mandatory for competitors)
exclusive Natural Olympia rates! (offer expires 01/09/09)

October Thursday 15th to Sunday 18th.
Contest day Saturday 17th.


Contest held at the Southport RSL Club on the sunny Gold Coast, Australia

Click here to book your Natural Olympia Hotel (mandatory for competitors)
exclusive Natural Olympia rates! (offer expires 01/09/09)

Location: Gold Coast, QLD, Australia
Date: Thursday October 15th – Sunday October 18th
Host Hotel: Mantra Legends, Corner Surfers Paradise Boulevard & Laycock Street, Surfers Paradise, QLD.
Venue: Southport RSL Club, 36 Scarborough St, Southport.
Entry Form: Including further Event Information is available on page "Entry Forms"
October 15th THURSDAY
Registration Competitor & Team Registration at Mantra Legends Hotel 1 – 4 PM
Official Photographs Team and Group Natural Olympia Photographs 4 – 5 PM
Opening Party (Venue posted soon). Includes judging of Female & Male Sportsmodel Divisions & Guest Posing from various Countries 7 – 10 PM
October 16th FRIDAY
Conference INBA President’s World Conference 12 – 5 PM
Fight Night Friday Fight Night and Bikini Diva Division judging at Southport RSL Club. 5.30 – 9.30 PM
October 17th SATURDAY
Natural O Show One Divisions competing listed below 11 AM
Natural O Show Two Divisions competing listed below 5 PM
After Party (Venue posted soon). 10 PM
October 18th SUNDAY
Gala Luncheon Gala Luncheon, Hall of Fame Induction and INBA Presentations at Sea World Resort. Competitors are free and can book additional guests on the entry form ($50). See menu below 12.30 - 3 PM

Natural Olympia Running Format
Times given are only estimated times your division will be on stage. Please understand it is impossible to know how long each division will take to judge. At the Event we may have an updated schedule.

Traveling Advice for International Competitors
Minimum time required to recover from the effects of jet lag is one hour for every hour you spend travelling. Try to arrive (Wednesday 14th) in the afternoon or evening so you can sleep and wake at the correct time. When you board the plane in your Country, adjust your watch to the time in Queensland, Australia and eat according to the time here. Same applies to sleep. Drink plenty of water. Eat Lightly. When booking your airline ticket, ask for low fat meals to be served. But also take your own food on the plane with your carry-on luggage. Also bring some packaged food in your suitcase, so you can survive for several meals without the stress of finding bodybuilding food immediately upon arriving. Note: Australian customs is amongst the tightest in the world, all luggage will be screened. You must declare all food items – even candy in your pocket! You will not be able to bring any unpackaged food - regardless if it is cooked - into Australia. If you bring supplements, keep them in original containers as it’s likely custom officials want to inspect your "pills and white powder".

Consider using melatonin tablets (5-8 mg) before bed. This will help you overcome jetlag, the stress of travelling and help you sleep. Melatonin is produced by the pineal gland and in response to darkness. During the day melatonin levels are low. Melatonin can help reset the body clock. Melatonin is not available in Australia, but you can buy in other Countries like Singapore and America.

Don't be critical of your contest condition as you can expect to be 20% off your local contest condition due to the rigours of travel however, everyone is similarly handicapped. That is why I say those who win international events are those who travel best and do not get upset by unexpected situations. Try and plan so you can be very self reliant.

If you are tanning in the hotel, bring your own sheets and pillow case to sleep in the bed. Otherwise, can can get away with just a pillow case and old "jammies" to sleep in. Hotels usually pass-out when they see the tanning stains left behind by bodybuilders and they will charge you an outrageous cleaning fee.

One important message about competing internationally – hope for the best and prepare for the worst. The way another country runs a contest may vary from what you expect, purely because each Countries uses a slightly different format. Also, International promoters only know the extent of who is competing at the last moment. It can throw scheduling out. So be flexible in your mind and last minute preparation. However, rest assured the 2009 Natural Olympia will be a fanastic experience for everyone. The INBA Promoters have run many international events and dedicated 18 months into the planning of the event on the Gold Coast. The 2008 Australian Titles were successfully held in the same venue using the same format, so the Promoters have prepared as diliently as our competitors!

History of the INBA Natural Olympia
In 1995 Wayne McDonald developed and hosted the World Natural Cup in Australia - the first international drug-free natural physique event outside America. This was the beginning of the International Natural Bodybuilding Association (INBA) which was officially formed in 1997 by Denny Kakos, President of the American Bodybuilding Association. In 1998 Denny Kakos as INBA World President, staged the first Natural Olympia in the land of the original athlete, Greece. The INBA Natural Olympia is now recognised as the pinnacle and most prestigious of natural bodybuilding event in the world - an international, 5 year minimum drug-free competition for the best natural athletes who qualify to compete.

Year

Location

1998

Corinthos, Greece

1999

Los Angeles, USA

2000

Melbourne, Australia

2001

Hawaii, USA

2002

Phoenix, USA

2003

Auckland, New Zealand

2004

Las Vegas, USA

2005

Las Vegas, USA

2006

Perth, Australia

2007

Thessaloniki, Greece

2008

San Francisco, USA

2009

Gold Coast, Australia

2010

To be Announced

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND ENTRY FORMS..

CLICK HERE!!

 

                            

THE NATURAL OLYMPIA

What is the INBA Natural Olympia?
The INBA Natural Olympia is recognised as the Pinnacle and Most Prestigious of Natural Bodybuilding events -
an international, 5 year minimum drug-free competition for the best of the best natural athletes who qualify to compete.

History of the INBA Natural Olympia:
In 1995 Wayne McDonald developed and hosted the World Natural Cup in Australia - the first international
drug-free natural physique event outside America. This was the beginning of the International Natural
Bodybuilding Association (INBA) which was officially formed in 1997 by Denny Kakos, President of the
Amateur Bodybuilding Association. In 1998 Denny Kakos as INBA World President, staged the first
Natural Olympia in the land of the original athlete, Greece.

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2007 Natural Olympia
10th Anniversary Weekend
Thessaloniki, Greece


These photos courtesy of muscleimaging.com

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The Mile Walk led by INBA World President Denny Kakos accompanied by 200 athletes and officials walk along the Agean Sea's boardwalk.

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Team USA


 

 

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NATURAL OLYMPIA IX
Perth Convention Exibition Centre
Perth, Australia 2006

Registering were over two-hundred competitors representing nearly twenty countries at the Natural Olympia IX.

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Ade Rai from Jakarta, Indonesia was the Guest Poser at the 9th Natural Olympia in Perth, Australia. Ade brings the house down with his majestic posing routine that embraces traditional Indonesian costume.
While Ade Rai is arguably the world’s most recognized and respected Natural Bodybuilding Champion, in Asia, Ade Rai has movie-star status and recognition.
His Health & Fitness empire exceeds 100+ gyms and 20 health food stores throughout Asia.

Professional Winner - Warren Clampit,
$3,000.00
and the INBA Gold Ring

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Warren Clampit of Australia posing with INBA Presidents, Lorenzo Gsaspar, North American President, Denny Kakos, World President & CEO,
Peter Hardwick, New Zealand President and Wayne MacDonald, Australia President .

 

 

 

 

                                               

NATURAL OLYMPIA VIII
Las Vegas, Nevada 2005


Professional Line Up


Ms Figure Tall Category

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2005 I.N.B.A. Natural Olympia
CCSN Performing Arts Center
November 19th 2005

"Preliminary Results Pending WADA Testing"

Natural Olympia photos may be ordered by contacting ABAphotos@aol.com

 

 

Fitness
1st: Lea Newman, USA
2nd: Page Levy, USA

 

Teenage Men 13-17
1st: Dane Ivicevic, AUS

Teenage Men 18-19
1st: Bishoy Hanna, Egypt
2nd: David Pat, USA
3rd: Kevin Perkins, USA

 


Teenage Men Overall
Bishoy Hanna

 

Junior Men
1st: Bishoy Hanna, Egypt
2nd: David Pat, USA
3rd: Dane Ivicevic, AUS

 

Open Men Short
1st: Moses Ajala, USA
2nd: Alan Bailey, USA
3rd: Jonathan Hunt, USA
4th: Daniel Degiorgio, AUS
5th: Steve Bishop, AUS

 

Open Men Medium
1st: Paolo Moschito, GER
2nd: Alain Weber, France
3rd: Bobby Mackenzie, CAN
4th: Keri Onyewu, NZ
5th: Nick Selek, AUS
6th: Gene Calvin, USA/JAP

Open Men Medium Tall
1st: Carl Mathews Jr. USA
2nd: Kevin Culpepper, USA
3rd: Ron Page, USA

 

 

Open Men Tall
1st: Paul Wachtel, AUS
2nd: Chad Martin, USA
3rd: Bob Moore, USA
4th: Doug Bueckert, CAN
5th: Greg Grant, USA
6th: Mard Duperron
7th: Rufus Young, USA
8th: Stephen Haywood, USA

 

 

Open Men Overall
Carl Mathews Jr. USA

 


Open Women Short
1st: Monique Hayes, USA
2nd: Renne Young, USA

 

Open Women Medium
1st: Tarren McCall, NZ
2nd: Jackie Engle, USA
3rd: Gillian Friesen, CAN
4th: Gayla Goshulak, CAN

Open Women Tall
1st: Colleen Halbaver, USA
2nd: Joan Lopez, USA
3rd: Mandi Ritchie, AUS
4th: Anne Basnett, CAN


Open Women Overall
Colleen Halbaver, USA

 

 

 

Physically Challenged, Wheelchair
1st: Ryan Smithson, USA
2nd:
Ron Miner, USA

 


Physically Challenged, Standing
1st: Michael Larry, USA
2nd:
Javier Cortes, USA

 

Mixed Pairs
1st: Monique Hayes & Alan Bailey,USA
2nd: Mandie Ritchie & Neville Smith, Aus
3rd: Melissa Wehner & Ron Page, USA


Mixed Pairs Grand Masters
1st: Jane Hesselgesser & Bill Cunningham, USA

 

 

Model Search Women
1st: Lea Newman, USA
2nd: Rochelle Carr, AUS
3rd: Samantha Dunba-Manucci, AUS

 



Model Search Men
1st: Keri Onyewu, AUS
2nd: Christopher Hlozek, USA

 


Bikini Divas
1st: Chus Ebako, USA
2nd: Lea Newman, USA
3rd: Rochelle Carr, AUS
4th: Myette Calvin, USA/JAP


Masters Men Short
1st: Ron WilliamsUSA
2nd: Moses Ajala, USA
3rd: Jonathan Hunt, USA


Masters Men Medium
1st: Alain Weber, France
2nd: Keri Onyewu, NZ
3rd: Gene Calvin, USA/JAP
4th:Charles Blanks, USA
5th: Samuel Plair, USA

 


Masters Men Tall
1st: Kevin Culpepper, USA
2nd: Doug Bueckert, CAN
3rd: Bob Moore, USA
4th: Greg Grant, USA
5th: Rufus Young, USA
6th: James Banks, CAN

 

Grand Masters Men
1st: Tim Swanson, USA
2nd: Harry Haurelivk, AUS
3rd: Chuck Thomson, CAN
4th: David O'neil, USA
5th: Jase Daweson, CAN

 

Ultra Masters Men
1st: Mervyn Dodd, AUS
2nd: Paul Devine, USA
3rd: Jose Ruiz, Vir. Islands
4th:Charles Monmiller, USA

 

Super Ultra Masters Men
1st: Karl Marshall, USA
2nd: Bill Cunningham, USA
3rd: Hank Diaz, USA
4th: Charlie Hamilton, USA

 

Masters Men Overall
Ron Williams, USA

 

Masters Women Short
1st: Tarren McCall, NZ
2nd: Lanna King, USA
3rd: Gillian Friesen, CAN
4th: Gayla Goshulak, CAN


Masters Women Tall
1st: Colleen Halbaver, USA
2nd: Mandi Ritchie, AUS
3rd: Loella Iliff, USA

 

Grand Masters Women
1st: Joan Lopez, USA
2nd: Kristen Barnes, AUS
3rd: Niki Demers, CAN
4th:Jane Hesselgesser, USA
5th: Renee Young, USA
6th: Cheryl Miller, AUS

Ultra Masters Women
1st: Jane Hesselgesser, USA


Super Ultra Masters Women
1st: Wilma Conner, USA

 

Masters Women Overall
Colleen Halbaver

 

Professional Men
1st: Komang Arnawa, Bali/Ind
2nd: Ron Williams, USA
3rd: Rico Browning, USA
4th: Moses Ajala, USA
5th: Alan Bailey, USA
6th: Chad Martin, USA
7th: Bob Moore, USA
8th: Kevin Culpepper, USA
9th: Tim Swanson, USA
10th: Stanislav Bobin, USA
11th: Ron Page, USA

 


Open Short Figure
1st: Maria Saviane, AUS
2nd: Jan Colvin, NZ
3rd: Kathy Douvitas, AUS
4th: Chus Bbako, USA
5th: Myette Calvin, USA/JAP


Open Tall Figure
1st:
Sally Milne, AUS
2nd: Michelle Nazaroff, AUS
3rd: Lanna King, USA
4th: Samantha Dunbar, Manuci
5th: Catherine Hanson-Farid, UAE
6th: Ana-Flavia Dimuzio, Bzl

 

Masters Figure
1st:
Lanna King, USA
2nd: Jan Colvin, NZ
3rd: Louise Esplan, AUS
4th: Luella Iliff, Usa

 

Grand Masters Figure
1st:
Renne Young, USA

 

Ultra Masters Figure
1st:
Patrica Tompkins, USA

Ms. FigureOverall
Maria Saviane, AUS

NATURAL OLYMPIA VIII
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2005
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA
The Pinnacle of Natural Sports!

 

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NATURAL "O" 2004
OFFICIAL RESULTS

Due to positive testing 2 Professional athletes
and 1 Amateur athlete
have been disqualified from the event!


David Whittaker, Silver Medal Winner, Tested positive for Steroids,
and must return winning and medal from the event, and is now Banned for life from the ABA/INBA/PNBA

Phillip Ricardo, Jr., Gold Medal Winner. Tested positive for ephedra,
and is disqualified from the 2004 Natural "O", must return the gold medal, gold ring and prize money recieved.

The INBA can confirm Paris Kiripatea, who was announced the Open Men?s Medium/Tall
and Overall Amateur winner, has returned a positive result to both A and B samples
supplied at a qualifying event in Australia prior to the Natural Olympia,
and he is now Banned for life from the INBA/PNBA.
In accordance with the INBA Drug Policy Section 9, a violation of the
Anti-Doping Rules in connection with an In-Competition test automatically
leads to Disqualification of the individual result obtained in Competition.
The results of the effected divisions are now official and the Height Class winner
is Chad Martin (USA) and the Amateur Natural Olympia awarded
to runner-up in the Overall Posedown, Warren Clampit of Australia.

Professional Women
Gold: Kim Knott, AUS
Silver: Leanne Allen, AUS
Bronze: Lillian Tan, USA
4th place Vita Fulton, USA
5th place Tori Gambill, USA

Professional Men
Gold: Danny Chau, AUS
Silver: Rico Browning, USA
Bronze: Chad Martin, USA
4th place Moises Ajala, USA
5th place John Hansen, USA

6th place Kevin Weiss, Canada

7th place Nate Newell, USA

Fitness
Gold: Dena Anne Weiner, USA
Silver: Allison Lynch, USA

Physically Challenged, Seated
Gold: Ron Miner, USA

Physically Challenged, Standing
Gold: Michael Larry, USA
Silver: Javier Cortez, USA

Teenage Men 13-17
Gold: James Tangherlini, USA
Silver: Denny Tallon, USA
Bronze: Eric Herrin, USA
4th place Luke Garduno

Teenage Men 18-19
Gold: Brian Fortner, USA
Silver: Don Fowler, USA
Bronze: Chris Boehlke, USA
4th place Juan Carlos, USA

Overall Teenage Men Winner:
Brian Fortner, USA

Mixed Pairs
Gold: Joan Lopez & Roy Perry, USA
Silver: Margaret Woods & Ron Page, USA
Bronze
: Christine & Greg Graham, USA

Junior Men
Gold: Storm de Smeth, Aust

Model Search Women
Gold: Nikki Rabinowicz, AUS
Silver: Michele Wood, USA
Bronze: Ginni Hirsch, USA

Model Search Men
Gold: Rodney Gaines, USA
Silver: Keri Onyewu, NZ
Bronze: Ron Page, USA

Bikini Divas
Gold: Louise Vu-Duy, AUS
Silver: Tracy Amundson, USA
Bronze: Penny McLaughlin, USA

Jr. Masters Men
Gold: Roy Perry, USA
Silver: Rodney Gaines, USA
Bronze: Steve Brown, USA
4th place Eric Lipton, USA

Masters Men Short
Gold: Raymond Myall, AUS
Silver: Moses Ajala, USA
Bronze: Alain Weber, France
4th place Keri Onyewu, NZ
5th place James Nanney, USA
6th place Kirk Reese, USA

Masters Men Medium
Gold: Michael Stewart, USA
Silver: Brad Walker, USA
Bronze: Charles Blanks, USA
4th place David O'Neil, USA
5th place Ron Page, USA
6th place Samuel Plair, USA

Masters Men Tall
Gold: Bob Moore, USA
Silver: Sammy Sisk, USA
Bronze: Douglas Bueckert, Canada
4th place Greg Grant, USA
5th place Vic Oueilhe, USA
6th place Nate Newell, USA
7th place Dexter Robeson, USA
8th place Phil Busch, USA

Grand Masters Men
Gold: Harry Haureliuk, AUS
Silver: David O'Neil, USA
Bronze: Terry Patriquin, USA
4th place Ron Mango, USA
5th place Charles Thompson, Canada
6th place Johnny Aliotti, USA
7th place Carl Gaines, USA

Ultra Masters Men
Gold: Tony Buttacavoli USA
Silver: Ed Brown, USA
Bronze: Mervyn Dodd, AUS
4th place William Klemme, USA

Super Ultra Masters Men
Gold: Karl Marshall, USA
Silver: Fredric Hefter, USA

Overall Masters Men Winner:
Bob Moore, USA

Jr. Masters Women
Gold: Tori Gambill, USA
Silver: Lincoln Stebbins, USA
Bronze: Denise Montague, USA

Masters Women Short
Gold: Leanne Allen, AUS
Silver: Debbie Thompson, AUS
Bronze: Michelle McDonald, USA
4th place Sharon Mould, Canada
5th place Valeria Springer, USA
6th place Margaret Woods, USA
7th place Cindy McEwan, USA
8th place Rosaria Locasso, USA

Masters Women Tall
Gold: Tarren McCall, NZ
Silver: Lanna King, USA
Bronze: Mandie Ritchie, USA
4th place Louella Iliff, USA

Grand Masters Women
Gold: Joan Lopez, USA
Silver: Judy Wright, AUS
Bronze: TJ Crawford, USA
4th place Renee Young, USA

Ultra Masters Women
Gold: Wilma Conner,USA

Overall Masters Women Winner:
Leanne Allen, USA

Masters Figure
Gold: Deborah Zalewski, AUS
Silver: Lanna King, USA
Bronze: Dena Weiner, USA
4th place Linda Seymour, AUS
5th place Louella Illiff, USA

Grand Masters Figure
Gold: Jacki Foster, AUS
Silver: Eleonore Reyner, AUS
Bronze: Renee Young, USA

Open Figure Short
Gold: Marie Savane, AUS
Silver: Kathy Dauvitsas, AUS
Bronze: Louise Vu-Duy, AUS
4th place Penny McLaughlin, USA

Open Figure Tall
Gold: Larycia Pryschepaw, Ukraine
Silver: Lanna King, USA
Bronze: Deborah Zalewski, AUS
4th place Nikki Ravinowicz, AUS
5th place Tracy Amundson, USA

Overall Figure Champion
Marie Saviane, AUS

Open Men Short
Gold: Raymond Myall, AUS
Silver: Moses Ajala, USA
Bronze: Alain Weber, France
4th place Roland Ho Jr., USA
5th place John Debono, Malta
6th place Troy Craig, USA
7th place Eric Lipton, USA

Open Men Medium
Gold: Warren Clampit, AUS
Silver: Michael Stewart, USA
Bronze: Domenic Cannizzaro, AUS
4th place James Nanney, USA
5th place Robert Daniels, USA
6th place Rodney Gaines, USA
7th place Ace Baldwin, USA
8th place Kirk Reese, USA

Open Men Medium/Tall
Gold: Chad Martin, USA
Silver: Tim Martin, AUS
Bronze: Brad Walker, USA
4th place Steve Brown, USA
5th place Vic Oueilhe, USA
6th place Ron Page, USA

Open Men Tall
Gold: Bob Moore, USA
Silver: Sammy Sisk, USA
Bronze: Douglas Bueckert, Canada
4th place Sean Hawthorne, Canada
5th place Greg Grant, USA
6th place Roy Perry, USA
7th place Nate Newell, USA
8th place Daniel Underwood, USA

Overall Open Men
Warren Clampit, AUS

Open Women Short
Gold: Leanne Allen, USA
Silver: Lillian Tan, USA
Bronze: Debbie Thompson, AUS
4th place Lincoln Stebbins, USA
5th place Donna Sweat, USA

Open Women Medium
Gold: Tarren McCall, NZ
Silver: Michelle McDonald, USA
Bronze: Margaret Woods, USA
4th place Valeria Springer, USA
5th place Rosaria Locasso, USA
6th place Tori Gambill, USA
7th place Cindy McEwan, USA
8th place Renee Young, USA

Open Women Tall
Gold: Jill Kolivoski, USA
Silver: Joan Lopez, USA
Bronze: Sheryl Neil, AUS

Overall Open Women
Leanne Allen, USA

IRON GLADIATOR RESULTS

Novice Men Short
1st place Storm de Smeth, AUS
2nd place Ace Baldwin, USA
3rd place David Huber, USA
4th place Denny Tallon, USA
5th place Timothy Simmons, USA

Novice Men Tall
1st place Wesley Newell, AUS
2nd place James Tangherlini, USA
3rd place Kenneth Williams, USA
4th place Barton Lunsford, USA

Overall Novice Men Winner
Storm de Smeth, AUS

Novice Women
1st place Mandie Ritchie, AUS
2nd place Sharon Mould, Canada
3rd place Julie Montebello, AUS
4th place Marcia Washington, USA

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Natural Olympia Results

2003 I.N.B.A. Natural Olympia
Aotea Centre
Auckland, New Zealand
November 9th 2003

Fitness
1st: Dena Anne Weiner, USA
2nd: Lani French NZ
3rd: Sarah Churton, NZ
Men: 1st: Keri Onywu

Physically Challenged, Wheelchair
1st: Paul O'Brien Aust

Teenage Men:
1st: Justin Cox USA
2nd: Brad Gwinn
3rd: Salah Ibrahim

Novice Men, Short
1st: Leon Watkins NZ
2nd: Buster Albert
3rd: Grant Anderson NZ

Novice Men Tall
1st: Daniel Underwood USA
2nd: Darryn Buck NZ
3rd: Stuart Bell

Overall Novice Men Winner:
Daniel Underwood USA

Senior Physique 35+
1st: Tarren McCall NZ
2nd: Rachel Radich NZ
3rd: Judy Wright Aust

Senior Figure 35+
1st: Jacqueline Lewis NZ
2nd: Louse Ingram NZ
3rd: Heidi Hansen USA

Shape
1st: Helen Kirk NZ
2nd: Michelle Reid NZ
3rd: Raewyn Baldwin NZ

Novice Physique
1st: Natasha Wallace NZ
2nd: Kitty Broughton NZ

Junior Figure
1st Neha Sharma

Novice Figure Short
1st: Penny Stiles NZ
2nd: Vicky Bass NZ
3rd Helen Kirk NZ

Novice Figure Tall
1st: Chantelle Agnew NZ
2nd: Ann Murphy NZ

Overall Novice Figure Champion:
Penny Stiles NZ

Physically Challenged, Wheelchair:
1st: Paul O?Brien Aust

Mixed Pairs
1st: Suli Lewis Ken Loveday USA
2nd: Lisa Bellingham Matt Horgan NZ
3rd: Hakin& Harkin USA

Junior Men
1st: Storm de Smeth Aust
2nd: Shane de Costa Aust
3rd: Justin Cox USA

Fitness Model
1st: Camille McLean Aust
2nd: Taryn Evans NZ
3rd: Michelle Tordesco Aust

Masters 40+
1st: Sammy Sisk USA
2nd: Tony Harrann Aust
3rd: Vic Oueilhe USA

Masters 50+
1st: Steve Rosenbaum NZ
2nd: Manfred Hamilton Aust
3rd: David Barry NZ

Masters 60+
1st: Jerry Lindsay USA
2nd: Tony Buttacavoli USA
3rd: David Berry Aust

Senior Physique 40+
1st: Suli Lewis USA
2nd: Tarren McCall NZ
3rd: Barbara Greentree Aust

Senoir Physique 50+
1st: Renee Young USA
2nd: Judy Wright Aust
3rd: Jane Hesselgesser

Senior Figure 40+
1st: Diana Flynn NZ
2nd: Rhonda Kennedy Aust
3rd: Dena Anne Weiner USA

Senior Figure 50+
1st: Lesley Franklin-Hall NZ
2nd: Aija Brumby Aust
3rd: Jackie Foster Aust

Open Physique Short
1st: Leanne Allen Aust
2nd: Suly Lewis USA
3nd: Marty McNamara NZ

Open Physique Tall
1st: Debbie Urquhart Aust
2nd: Debbie Thompson Aust
3rd: Raewyn Lauder NZ

Open Figure Short
1st: Jane Minns Aust
2nd: Leanne Grindrod NZ
3rd: Camille McLean Aust

Open Figure Tall
1st: Marlene Henderson NZ
2nd: Lisa Androvich Aust
3rd: Karen McGuinness NZ

Overall Figure Champion
Marlene Henderson NZ

Open Men Short
1st: Rodney Hawthorne USA
2nd: Ken Lovelady USA
3rd: Matt Davis USA

Open Men Medium
1st: Rodney Hellaire USA
2nd: Nik Butkovic Aust
3rd: Stan Tautalanoa NZ

Open Men Medium/Tall
1st: Will Garrick NZ
2nd: Paris Kiripatea Aust
3rd: Tim Martin Aust

Open Men Tall
1st: Sammy Sisk USA
2nd: Jim Hosie Aust
3rd: Matt Horgan NZ

Overall Open Men
Rodney Hellaire USA

Professional Womens Physique
1st: Debbie Urquhart Aust
2nd: Leanne Allen Aust
3rd: Suly Lewis USA

Professional Figure
1st: Stevie Lasenby NZ
2nd: Crystal Landers Aust
3rd: Heidi Hansen USA



 

 

WORLD CUP IN AUSTRALIA
NOVEMBER 2, 2003

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NATURAL OLYMPIA

The ABA/INBA/PNBA has registered the ultimate, most prestigious natural competition in the world, The Natural Olympia.

This contest brings the best of the best, of all natural athletes from all over the world to compete with international media coverage. The first annual Natural Olympia was held in Olympia Greece, 1998.

Check our schedule for this year's Natural Olympia location, or call for details to see how you can be part of this ultimate contest: (951) 734-3900

NATURAL OLYMPIA 2001
Honolulu, HI. Nov. 3rd and 4th


USA TEAM


Hawaiian Team


New Zealand Team


Team Canada


INBA World President Denny Kakos
ABA North American President Lorenzo Gaspar


Ms. Figure Winner Stevie from New Zealand


Ron Williams of USA Overall Open Men Winner


Keith Bullock of Australia
Professional Mens Winner

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INBA'S Annual Natural Olympia 2000
Melbourne, Australia. November 11th and 12th.


Denny Kakos, INBA International President


Official Country Representatives


Natural Olympia Gold Medal Winners
Danny Chow from Austrailia won the Overall Mens Title





Gold Medal Wheelchair Winner



Fitness Medal Winners


Gold Medal Mens Fitness


New Zealand Gold Medal Mixed Pairs


U.S. Silver Medal Mixed Pairs





 

INBA'S 2nd Annual Natural Olympia
Redondo Beach, Ca. November 13th and 14th, 1999
Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center

Denny Kakos, INBA International President


Athletes, Country Reprentatives at the Natural Olympia II

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1998 First Annual Natural Olympia held in Corinthos, Greece
Over 30 countries competing and over 200 competitors these are the first place and overall winners in all classes


1998 First Annual Natural Olympia held in Corinthos, Greece
Amateur Overall Winners Keith Bullock Australia
and Susan Yeaton USA

The Natural Olympia has both Amateur and Professional levels.

Categories Include:

Bodybuilding

  • Teen Girls and Boys (13-17, 18-19)
  • Masters Men 19)
  • Masters Men and Women (40-49)
  • Grand Masters Men and Women (50-59)
  • Ultra Masters Men and Women (60-69)
  • Super Ultra Masters Men (70 and up)
  • Junior Class (19-21)
  • Novice Men and Women
  • Open Men and Women
  • Mixed Pairs
  • Physically Challenged (Standing and Wheelchair)
Fitness
  • Ms. Fitness
  • Men Fitness
  • Ms. Figure 
  • Fitness Model Search
  • Bikini Divas

This has become the ultimate goal for every natural athlete. The Natural Olympia is tested by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) standards, the only organization that does this.

The Natural Olympia has become the largest, most prestigious competition, having the most natural athletes, and the most country participation than any other natural competition in the world.