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    2019 Arnold Classic News and Press Releases

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    This news was posted in August so it is not new but the 2019 Arnold Classic is getting closer so it is time we get going on it!

    2019 Arnold Sports Festival
    February 28 - March 3, 2019
    Columbus Ohio

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (August 20, 2018) – The 2019 Arnold Sports Festival and the world-renowned Arnold Classic bodybuilding championships, already the world’s largest multi-sport festival, will grow even larger in 2019 when the four-day health and fitness celebration presents a record 80 sports and events February 28-March 3, 2019 in Columbus, Ohio.

    The Arnold Sports Festival will attract an estimated 200,000 sports and fitness fans to watch more than 22,000 athletes compete in 80 sports and events, including 16 Olympic events, at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in downtown Columbus, the Ohio Expo Center and various other Central Ohio venues.

    The Arnold Classic and related IFBB Pro League events and the Arnold Amateur NPC Bodybuilding, Fitness, Figure, Bikini & Physique Championships will be held in Battelle Grand and on the Arnold Fitness EXPO Stage at the Greater Columbus Convention Center.

    An expanded Arnold SportsWorld Kids & Teens EXPO will be held March 2-3 at the Ohio Expo Center. Archery, Baton Twirling, Cheerleading, Futsal, Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Pickleball, Table Tennis and XPC Powerlifting/POWER X are among the events at the Ohio Expo Center.

    The Arnold Fitness EXPO, March 1-3, 2019 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, features more than 1,000 booths of the latest in sports equipment, apparel and nutrition and four stages that host competitions and entertainment.

    New in 2019: Foosball, Futsal and the Viking Dash Trail Runs.

    The 16 Olympic sports featured at the Arnold Sports Festival include archery, boxing, fencing, gymnastics, handball, judo, karate, rowing, a 5K run, soccer, swimming, table tennis, taekwondo, tennis, triathlon and weightlifting.

    Midway Labs USA is the presenting sponsor of the 2019 Arnold Sports Festival.

    2019 Arnold Sports Festival
    Dates: February 28-March 3, 2019

    Locations: Most events are held at the Greater Columbus Convention Center (400 N. High St.) and Ohio Expo Center (717 E. 17th Ave.).

    Hours: Events begin Thursday 10 a.m. and conclude Sunday 6 p.m. Visit for a complete schedule.

    Arnold Fitness EXPO hours: Friday and Saturday 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Sunday 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

    Arnold SportsWorld Kids & Teens EXPO hours: Saturday 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sunday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

    Admission: A daily EXPO ticket ($20 each in advance or $25 at door; children 14 and under are admitted FREE when accompanied by an adult) includes admission to most events, the Arnold Fitness EXPO and the Arnold SportsWorld Kids & Teens EXPO. A new Fast-Pass Ticket ($30 in advance only) provides one-hour early access to the Arnold Fitness EXPO (8:30 a.m. on Friday and Saturday and 9 a.m. on Sunday)

    Attendees can purchase a $20 ticket at the door at all events at the Ohio Expo Center that is good for one-day’s admission at the Ohio Expo Center only. (The $20 ticket can be upgraded for $5 for access to the Arnold Fitness EXPO and other events at the Greater Columbus Convention Center).

    Professional and amateur bodybuilding events; IFBB Meet & Greet at the Hilton Columbus Downtown; Amateur MMA Festival and Arnold Party With The Pros at EXPRESS LIVE!; Arnold Pro Boxing at the Hollywood Casino; and PCS Pole Fitness Championships and the Arnold Sunday Showcase at the Greater Columbus Convention Center require a separate ticket.

    Arnold VIP Ticket Packages are available for $350 and $600 and include exclusive benefits and premium seating to many events.


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    Re: 2019 Arnold Classic News and Press Releases

    December 12, 2018

    William "The Conqueror" Bonac, who won the 2018 Arnold Classic for the biggest victory of his professional career, and two former Arnold Classic champions will do battle as the prestigious professional men's bodybiulding competition celebrates its 31st year in 2019.

    Bonac, 2017 winner Cedric McMillan and 2007 champion Victor Martinez lead a field of 12 professional bodybuilders who will take the stage in Columbus, Ohio for the 31st Annual Arnold Classic on March 2, 2019. Brandon Curry, who won Arnold Classic South America in 2013 and Arnold Classic Australia in 2017, and Roelly Winklaar, 2018 Arnold Classic Australia winner, will also contend for the title.

    Whitney Jones, who overcame serious neck and knee injuries to win the Fitness International for the first time in 2018, is back to defend her title. She will be challenged by Kate Errington, second in Columbus in 2018; Fitness Olympia runner-up Ryall Graber; Myriam Capes, third at the Fitness O in 2018.

    A new champion will be crowned in Figure International as 2018 champion Candice Lewis-Carter has retired. Cydney Gillon, the two-time Figure Olympia champion who finished second in Columbus in 2017 and 2018, will be looking for her first Figure International crown. Nadia Wyatt, third at the Olympia in 2018, Bojana Vasilijevic and Jessica Reyes Padilla are also among the field of 14 contenders.

    There will also be a new champ in Bikini International as 2017 and 2018 winner Angelica Teixeira will not compete. Challengers for the title include 2018 runner-up Janet Layug, two-time Bikini International champion Ashley Kaltwasser and Lauralie Chapados, fresh off a second-place finish at the Bikini Olympia and four IFBB Pro League wins in 2018.

    Three-time defending Arnold Classic Pro Wheelchair champion Harold "King Kong" Kelley will try to make it four in a row.

    Arnold Classic Physique, Arnold Men’s Physique and Women’s Physique International will feature competitions open to any IFBB Pro League athlete who finished in the top 5 in a pro contest in the past two years.

    The Arnold Classic Physique, Fitness International, Figure International and Women’s Physique International will be held on Friday, March 1, 2019; while the Arnold Classic, Arnold Men’s Physique and Bikini International will be held on Saturday, March 2, 2019 with prejudging and finals at Battelle Grand. Arnold Classic Pro Wheelchair will be held on Saturday, March 2 at Battelle Grand.

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    Arnold Classic (12)
    Lionel Beyeke
    William Bonac
    Rafael Brandao
    Brandon Curry
    Charles Dixon
    Steve Kuclo
    Joshua Lenartowicz
    Victor Martinez
    Cedric McMillan
    Luke Sandoe
    Mikhail Volinkin
    Akim Williams
    Roelly Winklaar

    Fitness International (12)
    Jaclyn Baker
    Tiffany Chandler
    Danielle Chikeles
    Kristine Duba
    Kate Errington
    Allison Ethier
    Missy Farrell-Truscott
    Ryall Graber
    Whitney Jones
    Sara Kovach
    Emma Paveley
    Aurika Tyrgale

    Classic Physique (19)
    Khaled Chikhaoui
    Garrott Coelho
    Charles Curtis
    Ali Emre
    Dion Harris
    Danny Hester
    Lehjuan Jones
    Steve Laureus
    Fábio Lopes
    Elijah Lorono
    Jason Lowe
    David Martinez Campos
    Ro’Vonte Moody
    Rickey Moten
    Courage Opara
    Keone Pearson
    George Peterson
    Panexce Pierre
    Wesley Vissers

    Figure International (14)
    Maria Luisa Baeza Diaz
    Melissa Bumstead
    Brittany Campbell
    Zulema Duran
    Wendy Fortino
    Cydney Gillon
    Sandra Grajales
    Michelle Lindsay
    Lola Montez
    Jessica Reyes Padilla
    Noelia Segura
    Natalia Soltero
    Carly Starling-Horrell

    Men’s Physique (35)
    Bader Almualim
    Clinton Barbadillo
    Michael Bevins
    Lindon Bond
    Greg Brant
    George Brown
    Steve Cao
    Rodrigue Chesnier
    Scott Dennis
    Youcef Djoudi
    Viet Doan
    Raymont Edmonds
    Andre Ferguson
    Logan Franklin
    Anthony Gilkes
    Sadik Hadzovic
    Kyron Holden
    Tave Jackson
    Michael Lee
    Devon Lindner
    Ashwin Lucas
    Antonio Mitchell
    Diogo Montenegro
    Stan Morrison
    Kevin Nguyen
    Ricardo Paul
    Ramses Rams
    Antonio Roseboro
    Chase Savoie
    Scott Schulze
    Mark Sindayen
    Antonio Smothers
    Kimani Victor
    Antoine Weatherspoon
    Quincey Whittington
    Justin Woodard

    Women’s Physique International (24)
    Bridgett Annett
    MayLa Ash
    Candice Carr
    Mariko Cobbs
    Natalia Abraham Coelho
    Robin Connell
    Antoinette Downie
    Lenka Ferencukova
    Jeannie Feldman
    Ashley Radiance Fuller
    Caroline Gaume
    Mirea Henriquez
    Sheronica Henton
    Candrea Judd-Adams
    Jodi Lyons
    Robyn Mays
    Liudmila Mikhailovskaia
    Valentina Mishina
    Anne Lorraine Mohn
    Clarissa Rafanan
    Lauren Rutan
    Diana Schnaidt
    Penpraghai Tianghgok
    Brittany Watts
    Margita Zamolova

    Bikini International (20)
    Lauralie Chapados
    Jennifer Dorie
    Monica Ellis
    Eli Fernández
    Marcia Goncalves
    Kim Gutierrez
    Ashley Jenelle
    Ashley Kaltwasser
    Janet Layug
    Sonia Lewis
    Breena Martinez
    Raphaela Milagres
    Katya Nosova
    Cristobalina Pajares Torres
    Frida Paulsen Stern
    Jessica Palmer
    India Paulino
    Elisa Pecini
    Camile Periat
    Karina Skowronska

    Pro Wheelchair (7)
    Anand Arnold (INDIA)
    Daniel Minster (Czech Republic)
    Harold Kelley (USA)
    Joshua Foster (USA)
    Joshua Rucker (USA)
    Kris Dim (USA)
    Steve Lister (USA)

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    Re: 2019 Arnold Classic News and Press Releases


    I'm rooting for Brandon Curry to win it, even if "realistically" talking, conditioning, legs and all that I think Bonac will win again.

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