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Samson Dauda Wins 2023 Romania Muscle Fest Professional One Week After Ending Third in Mr. Olympia 


The Nigerian Lion goes from bronze to gold

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Though his journey to Orlando, FL didn’t lead to a first-place end, Samson Dauda nonetheless impressed the judges sufficient to seize the bronze medal on the 2023 Mr. Olympia contest. Coming off a powerful exhibiting that noticed him make the leap from sixth to 3rd in his second Olympia look, the Nigerian Lion wasted no time stepping on stage once more.

Only one week after sharing the rostrum with newly topped champion Derek Lunsford and 2022 winner Hadi Choopan, Dauda delivered a decisive win on the 2023 Romania Muscle Fest Professional. Held over the weekend of Nov. 10-12, 2023, opponents from 9 of the 11 IFBB Professional League divisions put their physiques on show in Bucharest, Romania, with Dauda taking house prime honors within the Males’s Open class.

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2023 Romania Muscle Fest Professional Division-by-Division Outcomes

The 2023 Romania Muscle Fest Professional featured 9 division battles — solely one in all which ended with a Romanian native rising victorious. Listed below are the complete outcomes from the competition:

Males’s Open

Heading into the competition, most anticipated Samson Dauda to dominate the Males’s Open division — and the huge bodybuilder didn’t disappoint. The 2023 Arnold Traditional winner secured his second victory of the 12 months (and a $10,000 prize) by besting 2022 Romania Muscle Fest Professional champion Behrooz Tabani Abarghani, who couldn’t compete on this 12 months’s Olympia as a consequence of visa points. Surprisingly, Nathan de Asha, who additionally missed the largest bodybuilding present of the 12 months after being denied entry into the US, completed fourth.

  1. Samson Dauda (United Kingdom)
  2. Behrooz Tabani Abarghani (Iran)
  3. Marcello de Angelis Rezende (Brazil)
  4. Nathan De Asha (United Kingdom)
  5. Mohamed Foda (Egypt)
  6. Andrea Presti (Italy)
  7. Alfred Chiriac (Romania)
  8. Volodymyr Byruk (Ukraine)
  9. Jan Turek (Czech Republic)
  10. Kevin Brucher (Germany)
  11. Gianluca Di Lorenzo (Italy)
  12. Roberto Buonomo (Italy)
  13. Pavel Cervinka (Czech Republic)
  14. Hameed Juma (Bahrain)
  15. Anton Bippus (Denmark)
  16. Pavel Beran (Czech Republic)

212 Bodybuilding

Like Dauda, Ahmad Ali Ashkanani loved a extra profitable outing in Romania than he did in Florida. Coming off a fifth-place end within the Olympia 212 division, the Kuwait native secured his spot within the 2024 Olympia by ending forward of Giuseppe Zagarella and Radoslav Angelov, who took second and third, respectively.

  1. Ahmad Ali Ashkanani (Kuwait)
  2. Giuseppe Zagarella (Italy)
  3. Radoslav Angelov (Bulgaria)
  4. Alexandru Vasile Uta (Romania)
  5. Lucas Garcia (Brazil)
  6. Dawid Cnota (Poland)
  7. Daniel Vasilica (Romania)
  8. Vincent Alliot (France)
  9. Junior Pagula (Brazil)
  10. Morad Zahir (Morocco)
  11. Victor Eric Lopez Garcia (Mexico)
  12. Vincente Santamaria (Spain)

[Related: Chris Bumstead Claims Fifth Consecutive Classic Physique Championship at 2023 Mr. Olympia]

Traditional Physique

Having already received the 2023 Europa Professional again in September, Wesley Vissers earned his second professional present win of the 12 months. The Traditional Physique competitor completed seventh on the 2023 Olympia and can look to enhance upon that mark in Las Vegas, NV, on Oct. 10-13, 2024.

  1. Wesley Vissers (Netherlands)
  2. Ruben Lopez Reyes (Spain)
  3. Alexander Westermeier (Germany)
  4. Sebastien Theurel (France)
  5. Ali Shams Ghamar (Iran)
  6. George Achampong (Denmark)
  7. Nicolas Alberto Concepcion (Philippines)
  8. Mehmed Mehmedov (Bulgaria)
  9. Chris Pistolas (Greece)
  10. Pekka Kotipohja (Finland)
  11. Milos Stojanovic (Serbia)
  12. Francesco Della Vedova (Italy)
  13. Karol Rogaczewski (Poland)
  14. Luc Andre Steinker (Germany)
  15. Fernando Gornals Margol (Spain)
  16. Alberto Milani (Italy)

Males’s Physique

Stepping on stage for the primary time for the reason that 2022 Warsaw Professional, Miroslav Juricek made essentially the most of his return with a clear sweep of first-place votes. Consequently, the Czech Republic native will get to make his Olympia debut subsequent 12 months.

  1. Miroslav Juricek (Czech Republic)
  2. Caike DeOliveira (USA)
  3. Furker Er (Turkey)
  4. Mohammad Ali (Austria)
  5. Jeffrey Darko (United Kingdom)
  6. Alessandro Cavagnola (Italy)
  7. Mauro Fialho (Spain)
  8. Alexandru Panek (Romania)
  9. Alessandro Colacchi (Italy)
  10. Andrea Amato (Italy)
  11. Andrea Antonelli (Italy)
  12. Giuseppe Riserbato (Italy)
  13. Jaime Maso Lopez (Spain)
  14. Hamad Al-doseri (Bahrain)
  15. Oskar Tchorzewski (Poland)
  16. Mishal Alhassan (Saudi Arabia) — Tied for sixteenth
  17. Aryan Ali (Germany) — Tied for sixteenth
  18. Nasreddine Bouakouk (Algeria) — Tied for sixteenth
  19. Nikolay Rashkov (Bulgaria) — Tied for sixteenth
  20. Jose Luis Rivas (Spain) — Tied for sixteenth

Ladies’s Bodybuilding

Leyvina Rodrigues Barros cemented her case as one of many prime feminine bodybuilders on the earth by parlaying her well-balanced physique right into a well-earned victory within the Ladies’s Bodybuilding division. After ending effectively outdoors the highest 10 in her Olympia debut in 2022, she is going to look to vault up the standings within the 2024 contest.

  1. Leyvina Rodrigues Barros (Brazil)
  2. Anastasia Korableva (Romania)
  3. Tiana Flex (South Africa)
  4. MayLa Ash (USA)
  5. Barbara de Freitas Moojen (Brazil)
  6. Hagit Seindlis (Israel)
  7. Jacqueline Fuchs (Switzerland)
  8. Viktoria Knysh (UAE)
  9. Gemma Lancaster (United Kingdom)
  10. Ivana Dvorakova (Czech Republic)
  11. Simone Ellis (England)

[Related: Try This Beginner Bodybuilding Routine If You’re Looking To Build Mass]

Ladies’s Physique

Raluca Raducu represented Romania effectively by narrowly beating out runner-up Caroline Alves Dos Santos for the Ladies’s Physique division title. A one-point benefit allowed the IFBB Professional to stamp her ticket to the 2024 Olympia.

  1. Raluca Raducu (Romania)
  2. Caroline Alves Dos Santos (Brazil)
  3. Sahar Rahmani (Iran)
  4. Natalia Bystrova (Russia)
  5. Silvia Cuartero Martinez (Spain)
  6. Julia Glazycheva (Russia)
  7. Jo Kelly (United Kingdom)
  8. Modesta Halby (Denmark)
  9. Marina Kassinopoullou (Cyprus)
  10. Emilija Martic (Canada)
  11. Tanya Chartrand (Canada)
  12. Petra Osterwald (Switzerland)
  13. Dany Jacot-Descombes (Switzerland)
  14. Christina Kremser (Austria)
  15. Sarah Crail (Australia)
  16. Emilia Balkova (Bulgaria) — Tied for sixteenth
  17. Tatiana Bulut (Turkey) — Tied for sixteenth
  18. Cristina Chatti (Spain) — Tied for sixteenth
  19. Diana Hristova (Bulgaria) — Tied for sixteenth
  20. Lisa Kurzamann (Austria) — Tied for sixteenth
  21. Laura Pyszora (United Kingdom) — Tied for sixteenth
  22. Natalia Spierings (United Kingdom) — Tied for sixteenth

Determine

Two years faraway from incomes runner-up standing on the Romania Muscle Fest Professional, Tereza Linhartova took house the title within the Determine division. Her ultra-sculpted physique and posing expertise gave her the decisive edge over Romanian Stefana Sandu.

  1. Tereza Linhartova (Czech Republic)
  2. Stefana Sandu (Romania)
  3. Rejoice Godwin (Spain)
  4. Jennifer Reece (Canada)
  5. Jennifer Zienert (Germany)
  6. Sonja Ivanov (Germany)
  7. Daiane Aparecida Freitas (Brazil)
  8. Maria Ignacia Mas Delgado (Spain)
  9. Veronica Gallego Garcia (Spain)
  10. Anna Kohckar (Ukraine)
  11. Behnaz Nasrollahi Azar (Germany)
  12. Charlotte Goubet (France)
  13. Helen Zavitsanou Pistolas (Greece)
  14. Yadviga Zakurina (Russia)
  15. Maria Ignacia Mas Delgado (Brazil)
  16. Reem Albareeq (Bahrain) — Tied for sixteenth
  17. Vanessa Happle (Germany) — Tied for sixteenth
  18. Cristina Araujo Silva (Spain) — Tied for sixteenth
  19. Lubomira Steftcheva (Bulgaria) — Tied for sixteenth

Bikini

After settling for second place on the 2023 Italian Olympus Professional again in October, Alice Marchisio achieved her purpose of incomes a gold medal. Her first professional win provides her an opportunity to compete within the Olympia.

  1. Alice Marchisio (Italy)
  2. Valerya Fedorenko (Ukraine)
  3. Giuditta Taccani (Italy)
  4. Dorottya Zoe Toth (Hungary)
  5. Kerry Sexton (United Kingdom)
  6. Rania Stamatiadou (Greece)
  7. Irene Iravedra Cunarro (Spain)
  8. Violeta Palamarchuk (Ukraine)
  9. Lorena Blanco (Spain)
  10. Andrina Scharli (Switzerland)
  11. Luca Katai (Hungary)
  12. Sara Lujza Rogacsi (Hungary)
  13. Mara Carro (Germany)
  14. Natalia Koursari (Greece)
  15. Aleksandra Duba (Poland)
  16. Johanna Durr (Germany) — Tied for sixteenth
  17. Noemi Lavacca (Italy) — Tied for sixteenth
  18. Anna Thaarup (Denmark) — Tied for sixteenth

[Related: Major Change to Mr. Olympia Qualification System Will Have Immediate Impact on 2023 Contest]

Wellness

Regardless of being one of many final opponents to enter the present, Gisele Machado proved she’s nonetheless a pressure to be reckoned with within the Wellness division. The Brazilian bodybuilder claimed her fourth professional present victory of 2023 in lopsided vogue, incomes unanimous first-place votes. Though she didn’t compete within the 2023 Olympia, Machado ought to take the stage in Las Vegas in 2024.

  1. Gisele Machado (Brazil)
  2. Paula Dominguez (Spain)
  3. Sandra Colorado Acal (Spain)
  4. Klaudia Vanessza Csuri (Ukraine)
  5. Dainora Dvarionaite (Lithuania)
  6. Lexy Oliver (Italy)
  7. Valentina Mabrouk (Italy)
  8. Houda Hmini (Morocco)
  9. Rosa Benadero Munoz (Spain)
  10. Laleska Bruschi (Brazil)
  11. Lisa Beck (Germany)
  12. Carlotta Tonelli (Italy)
  13. Marjelle De Cock (Belgium)
  14. Lenia Fernandes (Portugal)
  15. Laurene Gaudelier (France)
  16. Celandine Holenweg (Switzerland) — Tied for sixteenth
  17. Lidia Melero (Spain) — Tied for sixteenth

Featured Picture: Samson Dauda / Instagram

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