The 2022 Mr. Olympia returned to Las Vegas after spending two years in Orlando due to the pandemic. Now, the event is back home and continues to grow.
The full results have been announced and it was highlighted by the Men’s Open division.
Hadi Choopan has been a threat to the crown over the last three years and has finally reached the top. He has been named the new Mr. Olympia champion. Derek Lunsford finished as the runner-up in his first Men’s Open competition. He made the jump from Men’s 212 and showed that he belongs in Open bodybuilding.
Big Ramy entered the competition as the reigning two-time champion but was put to the test immediately in prejudging. Many competitors, such as Brandon Curry who finished fourth, were in great shape from the start. Nick Walker improved his position from last season and finished third.
The Men’s Open division headlines the show with one of the deepest lineups we have seen in quite some time. It lived up to the hype this year and showed that the new generation of bodybuilders have arrived and are here to stay. Prejudging was very telling, with different competitors being placed next to one another.
The event began on Friday with prejudging in the morning followed by the announcement of results from six divisions. To end the night, the Men’s Open competitors took the stage for prejudging. Below, you can find the full results from Friday night.
Here are the first-place winners for each division at the 2022 Olympia.
- Men’s Open: Hadi Choopan
- Classic Physique: Chris Bumstead
- Men’s 212: Shaun Clarida
- Men’s Physique: Erin Banks
- Pro Wheelchair: Harold Kelley
- Ms. Olympia: Andrea Shaw
- Fitness: Missy Truscott
- Figure: Cydney Gillon
- Bikini: Maureen Blanquisco
- Women’s Physique: Natalia Abraham Coelho
- Wellness: Francielle Mattos
Mr. Olympia 2022 Results
After many thought he could have been crowned champion in 2021, Hadi Choopan came in just as conditioned in his best shape and reached the pinnacle of the sport. In his first competition in Men’s Open, Derek Lunsford finished as the runner-up.
After winning two consecutive titles, Big Ramy dropped to fifth this year. Brandon Curry had finished as the runner-up to Ramy in each of the last two years and ended up fourth. Nick Walker jumped into the top three as well.
- First Place – Hadi Choopan ($400,000)
- Second Place – Derek Lunsford ($150,000)
- Third Place – Nick Walker ($100,000)
- Fourth Place – Brandon Curry ($40,000)
- Fifth Place – Mamdouh Elssbiay ($35,000)
- Sixth Place – Samson Dauda
- Seventh Place – Hunter Labrada
- Eighth Place – Andrew Jacked
- Ninth Place – William Bonac
- Tenth Place – Rafael Brandao
The Classic Physique division continues to grow in size and in talent year after year. With plenty of young talent, a familiar name remained at the top. For the fourth consecutive year, Chris Bumstead has won the Classic Physique Olympia title.
During prejudging, Bumstead and Ramon Rocha Queiroz were paired up throughout. The top two were determined early and it took the judges some time to pick a winner. This continued on Saturday night as the group went through comparisons. Ramon Dino finished as the runner-up while Urs Kalecinski improves one spot from last year and jumps into the top three.
- First Place – Chris Bumstead ($50,000)
- Second Place – Ramon Rocha Queiroz ($20,000)
- Third Place – Urs Kalecinski ($10,000)
- Fourth Place – Breon Ansley ($6,000)
- Fifth Place – Mike Sommerfeld ($4,000)
- Sixth Place – Terrence Ruffin
- Seventh Place – Fabian Mayr
- Eighth Place – Wesley Vissers
- Ninth Place – Alex Cambronero
- Tenth Place – Michael Daboul
Men’s 212 Olympia 2022 Results
Shaun Clarida was qualified for both 212 and Men’s Open, after winning the Legion Sports Fest Pro in his debut in Open Bodybuilding. Clarida won this title back in 2020 and ultimately chose to stick with 212 in hopes of earning his title back — and that is exactly what he was able to do.
Angel Calderon Frias was able to improve upon his standing for 2021 and finish as the runner-up while Kamal Elgargni rounded out the top three.
- First Place – Shaun Clarida ($50,000)
- Second Place – Angel Calderon Frias ($20,000)
- Third Place – Kamal Elgargni ($10,000)
- Fourth Place – Ahmad Ashkanani ($6,000)
- Fifth Place – Oleh Kryvyi ($4,000)
- Sixth Place – Keone Pearson
- Seventh Place – Kerrith Bajjo
- Eighth Place – Felipe Moraes
- Ninth Place – Bryan Balzano
- Tenth Place – Dean White
Erin Banks is able to reach the top of the division and be crowned Olympia champion for the first time. It was clear during prejudging that the Men’s Physique division was going to come down to two competitors.
Brandon Hendrickson finished as the runner-up to Banks after a title in 2021 and three in the last four years. Diogo Montenegro was able to catapult himself into the top three this year.
- First Place – Erin Banks ($50,000)
- Second Place – Brandon Hendrickson ($20,000)
- Third Place – Diogo Montenegro ($10,000)
- Fourth Place – Charjo Grant ($6,000)
- Fifth Place – Edvan Palmeira ($4,000)
- Sixth Place – Kyron Holden
- Seventh Place – Ryan Terry
- Eighth Place – Corey Morris
- Ninth Place – Ali Bilal
- Tenth Place – Andre Ferguson
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Figure Olympia 2022 Results
Cydney Gillon continued her dominance in the Figure division by winning her sixth consecutive title. In 2017, Gillon took the title from Latoya Watts and has not relinquished it since. She continues to be the class of the division and turned in another strong performance this year.
Lola Montez climbed into the top three and solidified her spot in the Figure division. Jessica Reyes Padilla earned second place after a strong performance.
- First Place – Cydney Gillon ($50,000)
- Second Place – Jessica Reyes Padilla ($20,000)
- Third Place – Lola Montez ($12,000)
- Fourth Place – Jossie Alarcon Becerra ($7,000)
- Fifth Place – Natalia Soltero ($6,000)
- Sixth Place – Nicole Zenobia Graham
- Seventh Place – Stephanie Gibson
- Eighth Place – Maria Luisa Baeza Diaz
- Ninth Place – Ericka Morales Morgan
- Tenth Place – Nadia Bradford
Missy Truscott is back on top after winning the show in 2020. Reigning champion, who has won three of the last four, Whitney Jones did not compete this year due to health issues. Missy Truscott finished as the runner-up last year and was able to regain her title.
Jaclyn Baker joined Truscott in the final callout during prejudging and earned her place as the runner-up. Arnold Classic champion Ariel Khadr rounded out the top three.
- First Place – Missy Truscott ($50,000)
- Second Place – Jaclyn Baker ($20,000)
- Third Place – Ariel Khadr ($12,000)
- Fourth Place – Sara Kovach ($7,000)
- Fifth Place – Michelle Fredua-Mensah ($6,000)
- Sixth Place – Tamara Vahn
- Seventh Place – Michaela Pavleova
- Eight Place – Minna Pajulhati
- Ninth Place – Allison Kramer
- Tenth Place – Terra Plum
Women’s Physique Olympia 2022 Results
After finishing as the runner-up in each of the previous two years, Natalia Abraham Coelho was crowned Olympia champion.
After winning in each of the last two years, Sarah Villegas finished as the runner-up. Brooke Walker rounded out the top three and proved to be a force all day long. Walker continues to improve her standing in Women’s Physique.
- First Place – Natalia Abraham Coelho ($50,000)
- Second Place – Sarah Villegas ($20,000)
- Third Place – Brooke Walker ($12,000)
- Fourth Place – Barbara Menage ($7,000)
- Fifth Place – Ivie Rhein ($6,000)
- Sixth Place – Jeannie Feldman
- Seventh Place – Anne-Lorraine Mohn
- Eighth Place – Melissa Teich
- Ninth Place – Winsome White
- Tenth Place – Marie-Solange Essoh
The Ms. Olympia competition was back for its third year since a short hiatus and Andrea Shaw was looking to complete the three-peat. That is exactly what she did as Shaw continues to prove that she is the one to beat in the division.
The top four from the final callout during prejudging finished at the top of the standing Friday night. Angela Yeo put on quite a show during her first Olympia competition. She was impressed during prejudging and was able to finish as the runner-up to Shaw. Helle Trevino finished third while Margie Martin earned fourth place in her final Olympia competition.
- First Place – Andrea Shaw ($50,000)
- Second Place – Angela Yeo ($20,000)
- Third Place – Helle Trevino ($12,000)
- Fourth Place – Margie Martin ($7,000)
- Fifth Place – Branka Njegovic ($6,000)
- Sixth Place – Michaela Aycock
- Seventh Place – Theresa Ivancik
- Eighth Place – Alcione Santos Barreto
- Ninth Place – Chelsea Dion
- Tenth Place – Michelle Jin
Wellness Olympia 2022 Results
Francielle Mattos earned her second title when it was all said and done. Mattos was crowned inaugural champion in 2021 and came in as the one to beat.
In the end, the top three remained the same. Mattos was able to win for the second consecutive year. Angela Borges and Isabelle Nunes switched position from 2021. Borges finished third while Nunes jumped one spot into the runner-up position.
- First Place – Francielle Mattos ($50,000)
- Second Place – Isabelle Nunes ($20,000)
- Third Place – Angela Borges ($12,000)
- Fourth Place – Kassandra Gillis ($7,000)
- Fifth Place – Rayane Fogal De Souza Santana ($6,000)
- Sixth Place – Giselle Machado
- Seventh Place – Marissa Andrews
- Eighth Place – Yarishna Ayala
- Ninth Place – Leonida Ciobu
- Tenth Place – Bruna Seredich
Harold Kelley has won the Wheelchair Olympia for the fifth consecutive year. On Saturday afternoon, the best Wheelchair bodybuilders in the world took the stage for competition and it was Kelley who reigned supreme once again.
In March, Gabriele Andriulli defeated Harold Kelly at the Arnold Classic. Andriulli finished as the runner-up and has solidified his spot in the division. Antoni Khadraoui finished third during the event.
- First Place – Harold Kelley
- Second Place – Gabriele Andriulli
- Third Place – Antoni Khadraoui
- Fourth Place – Pierre Kavalin
- Fifth Place – Adelfo Cerame Jr.
- Sixth Place – Woody Belfort
- Seventh Place – Tyler Brey
- Eighth Place – Tory Jones
- Ninth Place – Chad McCrary
- Tenth Place – Bradley Betts
Bikini Olympia 2022 Results
This was a group that featured many former champions and a new one has been named as Maureen Blanquisco won the Bikini Olympia title.
Blanquisco and Jennifer Dorie, who finished as the runner-up, separated themselves during prejudging and it stood firm during the finals. Ashley Kaltwasser rounded out the top three.
- First Place – Maureen Blanquisco ($50,000)
- Second Place – Jennifer Dorie ($20,000)
- Third Place – Ashley Kaltwasser ($12,000)
- Fourth Place – Daraja Hill ($7,000)
- Fifth Place – Lauralie Chapados ($6,000)
- Sixth Place – Aimee Leann Delgado
- Seventh Place – Phoebe Hagan
- Eighth Place – Janet Layug
- Ninth Place – Elisa Pecini
- Tenth Place – Romina Basualdo
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