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Samson Dauda Wins The “2021 EVLS Prague Pro Title“ In Men’s Open Bodybuilding. Here Are “The 2021 EVLS Prague Pro Results”

The 2021 EVLS Prague Pro took place on Saturday and it was highlighted by the Men’s Open. Some of the top competitors in the world gathered in the Czech Republic to gain that automatic qualifier to the 2022 Olympia. This event is set to take place in December 2022 in Las Vegas. Who will win Men’s Open during 2021 EVLS Prague Pro?

Regan Grimes already has his qualification for the biggest event of the year but he was quickly back on stage during the Prague Pro. Grimes was victorious during the 2021 KO Pro Egypt just one week ago but felt a need to get back on stage. Grimes has looked incredible during post-Olympia competitions and this could be because of a change made with his coach.

Grimes was a name to watch coming into the show, along with Nathan De AshaIt has been a bit of a tough go for De Asha when it comes to travel but he was able to get on stage during the Prague Pro. He has three victories so far in 2021. De Asha has been providing physique updates so it was not a surprise to see his performance on Saturday.

Samson Dauda was also quickly back on stage after appearing in Egypt last week. He finished third at the event, behind Grimes and Mohamed Shaaban. Dauda wasted no time getting back on stage. Rafael Brandao made his return to the competition and it will be interesting to see the course of action he takes moving forward.

There were six divisions in total where winners would qualify for the 2022 Olympia. The full results have been announced and the winners have claimed their prizes. Check out the full breakdown, along with scorecards, from each event below!

2021 EVLS Prague Pro: All Division Winners

  • Men’s Open: Samson Dauda
  • Men’s 212: Ahmad Ashkanani
  • Classic Physique: Ruben Lopez Reyes
  • Men’s Physique: Balint Nemeth
  • Bikini: Alison Testu
  • Figure: Tereza Linhartova

2021 EVLS Prague Pro Breakdown

Men’s Open

  • First Place – Samson Dauda ($10,000)
  • Second Place – Rafael Brandao ($4,000)
  • Third Place – Regan Grimes
  • Fourth Place – Nathan De Asha
  • Fifth Place – Roelly Winklaar
  • Sixth Place – Jan Turek

Men’s 212

  • First Place – Ahmad Ashkanani ($4,000)
  • Second Place – Oleh Kryvyi
  • Third Place – Radoslav Angelov
  • Fourth Place – Abdulrahman Al Khashti
  • Fifth Place – Peter Kovac
  • Sixth Place – Steve Benthin

Classic Physique

  • First Place – Ruben Lopez Reyes
  • Second Place – Hubert Kulczynski
  • Third Place – Jesus Rodriguez Sendra
  • Fourth Place – Roberto Martinez Pizana
  • Fifth Place – Pavel Szotkowski
  • Sixth Place – Mikhail Timoshin

Men’s Physique

  • First Place – Balint Nemeth
  • Second Place – Emile Walker 
  • Third Place – Jeffrey Darko
  • Fourth Place – Anton Antipov
  • Fifth Place – Dawid Wachelka
  • Sixth Place – Omar Suleiman

Bikini 

  • First Place – Alison Testu ($2,000)
  • Second Place – Stine Hansen ($1,000)
  • Third Place – Wiktoria Gasior ($500)
  • Fourth Place – Ana Maria Vintu
  • Fifth Place – Evita Breide
  • Sixth Place – Priscila Rodrigues

Figure

  • First Place – Tereza Linhartova ($2,000)
  • Second Place – Jennifer Zienert ($1,500)
  • Third Place – Anna Gasior ($1,000)
  • Fourth Place – Veronica Gallego Garcia
  • Fifth Place – Gabriela Linhartova
  • Sixth Place – Karolina Wojkic

Official Score Cards

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IFBNewsfeed.Org wishes to congratulate all the great athletes who earned a win at the 2021 EVLS Prague Pro. Make sure to check out our full IFBB Pro results page from this year and previous years right here to catch up on any action you may have missed!


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