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2018 Mr. Olympia Results (Rhoden Dethrones Heath; Flex Retires As Champion)

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This is simply a place you can go to see where your favorites finish in each category.

Classic Physique:

1. Breon Ansley USA 7 pts (2x winner)

2. Chris Bumstead CAN 8 pts

3. George Peterson USA 17 pts

4. Henri-Pierre Ano CAN 18 pts

5. Arash Rahbar USA 25 pts

6. Dani Younan USA 30 pts

7. Steve Laureus USA 37 pts

8. Regan Grimes CAN 38 pts

9. Terrence Ruffin USA 46 pts

10. Courage Opara USA 49 pts

 

11. David Hoffmann GER 55 pts

12. Danny Hester USA 60 pts (previous winner)

13. Stan De Longeaux USA 65 pts

14. Haitham Al Sadiq OMA 75 pts

15. Robert Timms USA 75 pts

 

The Rest:

Omar Bautista (USA); Khaled Chikhaoui (CAN); Petar Duper (ITA); Darnell Ferguson (USA); Aaron Futel (USA); Mehdi Larijani (USA); Panexce Pierre (USA); Ali Shamsghamar (IRN); Mateo Vaihu (NZL); Wesley Vissers (NL); Divine Wilson (USA)

 

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Men's Physique:

1. Benjamin Hendrickson (USA) 6 pts

2. Raymont Edmonds (USA) 9 pts

3. Ryan Terry (UK) 15 pts

4. Jeremy Buendia (USA) 20 pts (4x winner)

5. Andre Ferguson (USA) 25 pts

6. Kyron Holden (USA) 30 pts

7. Michael Bevins (USA) 35 pts

8. Akeem Scott (USA) 44 pts

9. George Brown (USA) 49 pts

10. Jeremy Potvin (USA) 50 pts

 

11. Logan Franklin (USA) 51 pts

12. Suraqah Shabazz (USA) 61 pts

13. Diogo Montenegro (BRA) 61 pts

14. Fernando Rios (PAR) 70 pts

15. Ondrej Kmostak (CZE) 75 pts

 

The Rest:

Abdullah Alsaeed (KUW); Greg Brant (USA); Ismael Dominguez (MEX); Jeph Gabriel (USA); Chris Griffin (USA); Joseph Lee (USA); Davide Mazzolari (ITA); Stan Morrison (USA); Matt Mugford (USA); Tristan Murray (USA); Khali Quartey (USA); Godfrey Sironda (USA); Dawid Wachelka (SUI); Anthony Woods (USA); Long Wu (CHN)

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Men's 212:

1. James 'Flex' Lewis (UK) 5 pts (7x winner)

2. Derek Lunsford (USA) 10 pts

3. Kamal Elgargni (LIB) 15 pts

4. Ahmad Ashkanani (KUW) 21 pts

5. Jose Raymond (USA) 24 pts

6. David Henry (USA) 30 pts (former champion)

7. Shaun Clarida (USA) 35 pts

8. Alex Cambronero (COS) 42 pts

9. Ricardo Correia (CV) 45 pts

10. Dwayne Quamina (USA) 49 pts

 

11. Nicolas Vullioud (SUI) 57 pts

12. Zane Watson (CAN) 57 pts

13. Sami Al Haddad (BAH) 68 pts

14. Charles Dixon (USA) 72 pts

15. Samir Troudi (TUN) 73 pts

 

The Rest:

Ahmad Ahmad (IRQ); Mahmoud Al-Durrah (CAN); Hadi Choopan (IRN); Ahmed Elsadany (EGY)

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Men's Open:

1. Shawn Rhoden (USA) 13 pts

2. Phil Heath (USA) 17 pts (7x winner)

3. Roelly Winklaar (CUR) 30 pts (People's Choice)

4. William Bonac (NL) 40 pts

5. Brandon Curry (USA) 53 pts

6. Mamdouh 'Big Ramy' Elssbiay (EGY) 63 pts

7. Dexter Jackson (USA) 70 pts (former champion)

8. Nathan De Asha (UK) 72 pts

9. Cedric McMillan (USA) 89 pts

10. Steve Kuclo (USA) 100 pts

 

11. Alexis Rivera (PR) 55 pts

12. Lukas Osladil (CZE) 62 pts

13. Charles Griffen (USA) 63 pts

14. Iain Valliere (CAN) 72 pts

15. Michael Lockett (USA) 74 pts

 

The Rest:

Justin Luis Rodriguez (USA); Josh Wade (USA); Juan Morel (USA); Sergio Oliva, Jr. (USA)

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Congrats to Rhoden for taking down Heath, about time honestly, and holy shit I’m impressed with Lunsford for doing as well as he did. 

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13 hours ago, an0n12 said:

Congrats to Rhoden for taking down Heath, about time honestly, and holy shit I’m impressed with Lunsford for doing as well as he did. 

Heath never looked worse. He was struggling at times, breathing heavy and looking uncomfortable. Rhoden is such a man's man, a bit boring, but as nice as you can get.

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10 hours ago, CardiMuscleman said:

Am I correct in the understanding then that James can call himself "the undefeated 212 Olympia champion" when he switches to open next year?

He says he is retired for now. I can't see that lasting for long because he knows he can pack on a LOT more muscle. William Bonac is 5'5 and has finished 3rd and 4th over the last two years so it is possible for a guy his size to reach the top.

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