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“The 2021 Ben Weider Natural Pro-Am Results”. Here Are “The Complete Results For The 2021 Ben Weider Natural Pro/Am”

The 2021 Ben Weider Natural Pro/Am took place November 19th, in Alexandria, Virginia. These are the complete results from this natural bodybuilding competition.

While most IFBB Pro League shows do not require the athletes to be tested for performance-enhancing drugs, the Ben Weider Natural Pro is different. In order for athletes to compete here, they had to be natural bodybuilders.

Named after Ben Weider, this contest celebrates his and his brother, Joe’s efforts in creating the IFBB Pro League. It also gives back to the athletes by creating a contest that features a variety of pro and NPC competitors, providing each athlete a platform to shine on.

Nearly all of the pro winners at the 2021 Ben Weider Natural Pro/Am earn invitations to the 2022 Mr. Olympia. The only exception to this being the Men’s Open division, which instead left the athletes earning points towards the Olympia Qualification System.

This was just one of the many reasons to be interested in this contest, which showcased a total of nine pro divisions. Featured here were the likes of the Men’s Open, 212, Classic Physique, Men’s Physique, Fitness, Figure, Bikini, Women’s Physique, and Wellness divisions.

Not all of them were very full, with some of the divisions having just one athlete participating. Nevertheless, it was well worth the price of admission, if only to keep track of the best up-and-coming bodybuilders out there.

2021 Ben Weider Natural Winners

  • Men’s Open: Eric Salazar
  • Men’s 212: Abdullah Alsaif
  • Men’s Physique: Zheyu Zhang
  • Classic Physique: Lenny Wicks
  • Fitness: Terra Plum
  • Figure: Felecia Harris
  • Bikini: Shenese Case
  • Women’s Physique: Kristy Cox
  • Wellness: Sunny Andrews

2021 Ben Weider Natural Pro Results

Men’s Open Bodybuilding

  • First Place: Eric Salazar

Men’s 212 Bodybuilding

  • First Place: Abdullah Alsaif
  • Second Place: Peter Boncardo

Men’s Physique

  • First Place: Zheyu Zhang 
  • Second Place: Michael Williams
  • Third Place: Yujin Lee
  • Fourth Place: Ikenna Amaliri
  • Fifth Place: Mu Ying Zhai
  • Sixth Place: Lamar Vaughn

Classic Physique

  • First Place: Lenny Wicks
  • Second Place: Tywuan Williams
  • Third Place: Erik Alstrup
  • Fourth Place: Daniel Strong
  • Fifth Place: James Adams
  • Sixth Place: Elias Ghazoul
  • Seventh Place: James Taylor

Fitness

  • First Place: Terra Plum
  • Second Place: Ashley Downes
  • Third Place: Andrea Glass
  • Fourth Place: Nicolette Spencer
  • Fifth Place: Corinne Elizabeth Bean
  • Sixth Place: Noemie Champagne-Cloutier

Figure

  • First Place: Felecia Harris
  • Second Place: Asmaa Salimi
  • Third Place: Belinda Hope
  • Fourth Place: Shanice Abrams
  • Fifth Place: Bree Marsh
  • Sixth Place: Michele Frankel
  • Seventh Place: Rachel Sedwick

Bikini

  • First Place: Shenese Case
  • Second Place: Calysta Cornell
  • Third Place: Adair Libbrecht
  • Fourth Place: Denetra Blackshear
  • Fifth Place: Melanie Cyr
  • Sixth Place: Aimee Leann Velasquez

Women’s Physique

  • First Place: Kristy Cox

Wellness

  • First Place: Sunny Andrews
  • Second Place: Alisha Sturkie
  • Third Place:  Carrie Goforth

2021 Ben Weider Natural Official Scorecards

Weider Mens Open

Ben Weider 212

Men Physique Ben Weider

Classic Physique Ben Weider

Ben Weider Fitness

Ben Weider Figure

Ben Weider Bikini

Women Physique Ben Weider

Wellness Ben Weider

Congratulations to all of the winners of the 2021 Ben Weider Natural Pro/Am. It will be exciting to see how these pro athletes stack up on the Olympia stage, next year.


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