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2024 New York Pro Results [Live Updates] – Fitness Volt

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The 2024 New York Pro is currently taking place on Saturday, May 18 at the Teaneck Marriott at Glenpointe in Teaneck, New Jersey. This competition featured athletes from nine divisions including the Men’s Open, Men’s 212 Bodybuilding, Classic Physique, Men’s Physique, Bikini, Women’s Bodybuilding, Figure, Women’s Physique, and Wellness. 

Considered the third-most prestigious bodybuilding event of the year, the New York Pro, once called the Night of Champions, has a rich history in the IFBB Pro League with several icons winning the title such as Kai Greene, Phil Heath, and Mamdouh ‘Big Ramy’ Elssbiay. This event is a Mr. Olympia qualifier for the 2024 season. In 2021, Nick Walker won gold and aimed to replicate that success this weekend against 2023 NY Pro winner Tonio Burton. 

Athletes have until September 15 to earn their qualification for the 2024 Mr. Olympia. The 2024 Mr. Olympia celebrates its 60th anniversary later this year from October 10-13, which promises to be an unforgettable show, as teased by Olympia president Dan Solomon

We’re covering every division live. Stay tuned for real-time updates throughout the day.

2024 New York Pro Pre-Judging:

Men’s Open Pre-Judging

All the athletes displayed poise and confidence while showcasing their physiques. Nick Walker and Martin Fitzwater stood out in the first callout, indicating their strong contention for the win. Tonio Burton and Stuart Sutherland seem to be competing for third place. The first and second groups went through two rounds of posing, with these four men returning for the final callout.

Here are the callouts:

First Callout:

  • Angel Calderon Frias (Spain)
  • Tonio Burton (United States)
  • Martin Fitzwater (United States)
  • Nick Walker (United States)
  • Stuart Sutherland (United States)
  • Krystian Wolski (Poland)

Second Callout:

  • Volodymyr Byruk (Ukraine)
  • Josef Kveton (Czech Republic)
  • Tim Budesheim (Germany)
  • Quinton Eriya (Canada)
  • Justin Luis Rodriguez (United States)
  • Emir Omeragic (Germany)

Third Callout:

  • Kristoffer Berner (Sweden)
  • Kille Kujala (Finland)
  • Harry Harris (United Kingdom)
  • Dorian Haywood (United States)
  • Jonarthur Duncan (United States)
  • Marc Arthur Dautruchee (United States)
  • Milan Sadek (Czech Republic)

Fourth Callout:

  • Tim Budesheim (Germany)
  • Krystian Wolski (Poland)
  • Quinton Eriya (Canada)
  • Angel Calderon Frias (Spain)

Final Callout:

  • Tonio Burton (United States)
  • Martin Fitzwater (United States)
  • Stuart Sutherland (United States)
  • Nick Walker (United States)

Nick Walker appears to be leading for the win, but the final decision will be made later today. Stay tuned to find out who will be crowned the 2024 New York Pro Men’s Open champion.

212 Bodybuilding Pre-Judging

During the pre-judging for the 212 division, defending champion Kerrith Bajjo and Oleh Kryvyi, top finishers in the 2023 Olympia 212 contest, were the focus of the first callout. They were sent back after initial comparisons, signaling a likely showdown for the title. Third and fourth places seem to be between Francisco Barrios Vlk and Giuseppe Christian Zagarella. These four competitors were highlighted again in the Final Callout, wrapping up the morning round with Bajjo and Kryvyi in the center, going through two rounds of posing.

Here are the callouts:

First Callout:

  • Fabricio Moreira (Brazil)
  • Francisco Barrios Vlk (Brazil)
  • Kerrith Bajjo (United States)
  • Oleh Kryvyi (Ukraine)
  • Giuseppe Christian Zagarella (Italy)
  • Lucas Silva Coelho (Brazil)

Second Callout:

  • Luiz Esteves (United States)
  • Fabricio Moreira (Brazil)
  • Francisco Barrios Vlk (Brazil)
  • Giuseppe Christian Zagarella (Italy)
  • Lucas Silva Coelho (Brazil)
  • Aaron Polites (Australia)

Third Callout:

  • Jason Joseph (United States)
  • Luiz Esteves (United States)
  • Fabricio Moreira (Brazil)
  • Lucas Silva Coelho (Brazil)
  • Tristen Escolastico (United States)
  • Aaron Polites (Australia)

Callout #4:

  • Jason Joseph (United States)
  • Luiz Esteves (United States)
  • Tristen Escolastico (United States)
  • Aaron Polites (Australia)

Forth Callout:

  • Athanasios Attilakos (United States)
  • Nicholas Jackson (United States)
  • Jordan Gomes (United Kingdom)
  • Valentin Petrov (Bulgaria)
  • Sung Il Ryu (South Korea)
  • Karol Malecki (Poland)
  • Scott Fogelsonger (United States)

Final Callout:

  • Francisco Barrios Vlk (Brazil)
  • Oleh Kryvyi (Ukraine)
  • Kerrith Bajjo (United States)
  • Giuseppe Christian Zagarella (Italy)

Classic Physique Pre-Judging

After the men were introduced to the fans, the judges began their callouts. Eric Lisboa, fresh off a win at the 2024 Pittsburgh Pro, and Matthew Greggo, who finished second to Lisboa, were the focus of the first callout and had the final callout stage to themselves, indicating a likely showdown for the title.

Here are the callouts:

First Callout:

  • Camilo Diaz (Colombia)
  • Keith Jenkins (United States)
  • Matthew Greggo (United States)
  • Eric Lisboa (Brazil)
  • Bradley Pfeifer (United States)
  • Jerark Toribio Perez (Dominican Republic)

Second Callout:

  • Jorge Luis Guerrero Gallegos (Mexico)
  • Cleef Metellus (United States)
  • Lucas Gianinni (United States)
  • Shicheng Jin (China)
  • Adam Thomas (United States)
  • Matt Orchard (Australia)

Third Callout:

  • Tony Barhoum (United States)
  • Cameron Watson (United States)
  • Keith Jenkins (United States)
  • Kenneth Silcott (United States)
  • Robert Mazzara (United States)
  • Jacob Robichaux (United States)
  • Eugene Nagashima (Japan)
  • Matt Orchard (Australia)

Fourth Callout:

  • Camilo Diaz (Colombia)
  • Jerark Toribio Perez (Dominican Republic)
  • Dmytro Krazhan (United States)
  • Bradley Pfeifer (United States)
  • Shicheng Jin (China)

Fifth Callout:

  • Matthew Greggo (United States)
  • Eric Lisboa (Brazil)

The competition remains open, and the winner will be determined in the finals later today. Stay tuned to find out who will be crowned the 2024 New York Pro Classic Physique champion.

Men’s Physique Pre-Judging

After each competitor took 30 seconds to display their physique, head judge Tyler Manion directed the callouts. Vitor Chaves and Ali Bilal were the focus of the first callout, indicating their strong contention for the title. Bilal, who recently won the Pittsburgh Pro, and Chaves had a final callout to wrap up the round, highlighting their battle for the top spot.

Here are the callouts:

First Callout:

  • Fabian Feber (Germany)
  • Andre Ferguson (United States)
  • Vitor Chaves (Brazil)
  • Ali Bilal (Afghanistan)
  • Edvan Palmeira (Brazil)
  • Vincius Mateus Viera Lima (Brazil)

Second Callout:

  • Fabian Feber (Germany)
  • Andre Ferguson (United States)
  • Edvan Palmeira (Brazil)
  • Vincius Mateus Viera Lima (Brazil)

Third Callout:

  • Tunde Hassan (Ireland)
  • Jeremy Coleman (United States)
  • Alessio Sbizzera (Italy)
  • Jordan Clark (United States)
  • Tom McNamara (Australia)
  • Maxim Golovatii (United States)
  • Jarrett Jenkins (United States)

Fourth Callout:

  • Missael Leija (Mexico)
  • Raphael Souza (Brazil)
  • Gage Moran (United States)
  • Laquintin Alston (Australia)
  • Nur Irfan Bin Ahmad (Singapore)

Fifth Callout:

  • Andrew David (United States)
  • Philip Acevedo (United States)
  • Jimmy Decius-Norius (United States)
  • Aaron Harvey (United States)
  • Alcides Vera III (United States)

Final Callout:

  • Vitor Chaves (Brazil)
  • Ali Bilal (Afghanistan)

Women’s Bodybuilding Pre-Judging

Ashley Lynette Jones and Leyvina Rodrigues Barros stood out in the middle of the group, indicating they are the favorites for the finals. There is still one round to go before the winner is determined.

Here is the callout:

First Callout:

  • Maria Monica Vega (United States)
  • Keisha Oliver (United States)
  • Ashley Lynette Jones (United States)
  • Leyvina Rodrigues Barros (Brazil)
  • Jeanie Welker (United States)
  • Gina Cavaliero (United States)

Women’s Physique Pre-Judging

After the introductions, the callouts began to determine who would be in the running for the title. Sheronica Henton and Julia Schrade were the focus, appearing in the center of the first callout and returning for the final callout, indicating their strong contention for the title. They went through two rounds of posing to conclude the round.

Here are the callouts:

First Callout:

  • Jessica Hufstetler (United States)
  • Nadia Henriquez (United States)
  • Julia Schrade (Germany)
  • Sheronica Henton (United States)
  • Marika Jones (United States)
  • Josefa Paloma Barba Bedolla (Mexico)

Second Callout:

  • Jessica Falborn (United States)
  • Jessica Hufstetler (United States)
  • Marika Jones (United States)
  • Nadia Henriquez (United States)
  • Josefa Paloma Barba Bedolla (Mexico)
  • Angela Noury (United States)
  • Yuna Kim (South Korea)

Third Callout:

  • Sheronica Henton (United States)
  • Julia Schrade (Germany)

The finals for this division are scheduled for 5:00 PM Eastern time on Saturday evening.

Wellness Pre-Judging

The Wellness division focuses on athletes with well-developed lower bodies, specifically the thighs and glutes. Giselle Machado and Elisa Alcantara were the focus, appearing in the center of the first callout and returning alone for the final callout, indicating their strong contention for the title.

Here are the callouts:

First Callout:

  • Emily King (Australia)
  • Emily Azzarello (Canada)
  • Giselle Machado (Mexico)
  • Elisa Alcantara (Dominican Republic)
  • Chen Qi Liu (China)
  • Lorena Ragusa (United States)

Second Callout:

  • Debora Assuncao (United States)
  • Emily King (Australia)
  • Emily Azzarello (Canada)
  • Giselle Machado (Mexico)
  • Lorena Ragusa (United States)

Third Callout:

  • Melitza Guerrero (United States)
  • Edna Ferreira De Souza (United States)
  • Shavonne Tedstone (United States)
  • Juliane Almeida (Brazil)
  • Kelly Purcell (United States)
  • Fernanda Rodrigues (United States)
  • Minju Yoon (South Korea)

Fourth Callout:

  • Elisa Alcantara (Dominican Republic)
  • Giselle Machado (Mexico)

2024 New York Pro Results

  • Men’s Open Bodybuilding: Coming Soon!
  • Men’s 212 Bodybuilding: Coming Soon!
  • Classic Physique: Coming Soon! 
  • Men’s Physique: Coming Soon!
  • Women’s Bodybuilding: Coming Soon!
  • Bikini: Coming Soon!
  • Figure: Coming Soon!
  • Women’s Physique: Coming Soon!
  • Wellness: Coming Soon!

The finals competition will take place later today. Stay tuned for Fitness Volt’s live coverage at the New York Pro. Finals at 5:00 p.m. include Women’s Physique, Men’s Physique, Wellness, Classic Physique, and 212 Bodybuilding. Finals at 8:00 p.m. include Women’s Bodybuilding, Figure, Bikini, and Men’s Bodybuilding. 


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