2017 IFBB DIAMOND CUP KATOWICE

IFBB DIAMOND CUP
KATOWICE
September 29th – October 01st, 2017
EURO 10,000 TOTAL PRIZE MONEY!
INSPECTION REPORT

WELCOME!!!

Polish Bodybuilding, Fitness & Powerlifting Federation and Olymp Zabrze Sport Club proudly invites ALL IFBBaffiliated National Federations from all over the world to participate in the first Polish edition of this  prestigious IFBB international competition: IFBB Diamond Cup to be held in Katowice, Poland. The event is  combined with big Fitness Expo covering the exhibition area of 10,000 m2 and will also include competions in other sports like Cross-Fit, Strongman, Armwrestling as well as different kinds of aerobic fitness classes.

Recently erected and opened in March 2015 the International Conference Center (MCK) located in the  Katowice downtown is the perfect place for events combining sport and sport-related exhibitions. The MCK is  situated in the vicinity of the famous “Spodek” Sport and Entertainment Hall, where 1991 IFBB World Men’s  Bodybuilding Championships and 1996 IFBB World Juniors and Masters Championships took place.

THE CITY

THE	CITY

Located in south-western Poland, the city of Katowice is the center of the Silesian Metropolis, with a population of 2.7 million. Throughout the 18th century, Katowice had developed into a village upon the discovery of rich coal reserves in the area. In the first half of the 19th century, intensive industrialization transformed local mills and farms into industrial steelworks, mines, foundries and artisan workshops. In the first half of the 20th century the city passed from hand to hand: from Germany to Poland after the World War I,
from Poland to Germany in the World War II and back to Poland after the War.

Katowice is a center of science, culture, industry, business, trade, and transportation in Upper Silesia and southern Poland, and the main city in the Upper Silesian Industrial Region. Today, the city is considered as an emerging metropolis. The whole metropolitan area is the 16th most economically powerful city by GDP in the European Union, with an output amounting to USD $114.5 billion.

Nowadays there is an easy access to the city by car due to the crossover of two modern highways: A1 (from northern Poland to Czechia, Austria and Southern Europe) and A4 (from Western Europe through Germany, Poland to Ukraine).

THE VENUE

International Conference Centre (MCK)
1 Slawika and Antalla Square
40-005 Katowice, Poland
http://www.mck.katowice.eu/

The International Conference Centre building in Katowice is a multifunctional, complex service facility, which ranks among public buildings. As to the main functions of the building, it was designed to host congresses, conferences, exhibitions, fairs and performances. It has been designed for guests who take part in the events, however, it also has an area which is fully available for the public – it is a green passage which goes diagonally through the building’s roof where it takes on the shape of a valley, as well as the main foyer – the connecting area between two entrances: from the Honour Square’s side (in front of the arena complex called “Spodek” – the “Saucer”) and the second from the side of Olimpijska Street (which is under design).

THE VENUE

ARRIVALS AND AIRPORT

Official arrival day is September 29th, 2017
Official departure day is October 2nd, 2017

KATOWICE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (KTW)

Located around 30 km from the city center. Offers connecting flights to/from more than 30, mainly European, destinations. Wizz Air offers the most destinations (21), followed by Ryanair (9), LOT Polish Airlines (2) and Lufthansa (2). You can check at: https://www.katowice-airport.com/en/passenger/destinations-map

There are Airport Buses and private lines offering easy access to the city center (appr. 50 minutes) and back.

Also taxis and rent a car option. Bus ticket price is appr. EUR € 7 one way.

JOHN PAUL II INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT KRAKÓW–BALICE (KRK)

Located near Krakow, in the village of Balice, is the second busiest airport of the country. Offers 31 connecting flights. The map can be found at:
http://www.krakowairport.pl/en/passenger,c70/flight-information,c71/regular-flights-map,a180.html Buses and mini-buses from the Krakow Airport to Katowice city center are available (A4 highway, 80 km distance, appr. 75 minutes).

RECCOMENDED HOTELS

Silesian Hotel Katowice, 1A Szybowcowa Str., 40-502 Katowice, www.silesianhotel.pl,
tel. 32 606-88-00
kontakt@silesianhotel.pl
is an official partner of the Championships. There are two hotels in the complex:

Quality Silesian***

8 suits and 108 double and single rooms, with air-conditioning, breakfast included
— Double room: PLN 210 (app. EUR 50) per room
— Single room PLN 175 (app. EUR 42) per person

Economy Silesian**

80 double and single rooms, breakfast included
— Double room: PLN 195 (app. EUR 50) per room
— Single room PLN 160 (app. EUR 42) per person

Rooms are available from 14:00 till 12:00 next day. Using the booking code DIAMOND CUP you may enter a room 2-3 hours earlier and leave your room 2-3 hours later than official timing. Additionally, parking place and wellness center (swimming pool, sauna, jacuzzi, gym) — free access. When booking, use the booking code: DIAMOND CUP

VISA

A valid passport is required to enter the territory of the European Union (Schengen Zone). Schengen Area nowadays covers most of the European Countries with an exception made for the United Kingdom and the countries that are soon to be part of this agreement as Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus and Ireland.

Although not members of the European Union, the following countries like Norway, Iceland, Switzerland and Lichtenstein are also part of the Schengen zone enjoying the same freedom of movement policy as the others EU-country citizens do not require a visa.

Citizens of the following 90 countries are not required to be in possession of a visa when entering Poland for less than 90 days:
http://www.msz.gov.pl/en/travel_to_poland/entering_poland/visa_free/visa_free_countries

All other persons should consult the Polish Embassy in their country to determine if they require a visa.
More info at: http://www.schengenvisainfo.com/poland-visa/ .
An Official Letter of Invitation will be made available if required.

PARTCIPATION

The contest is open for all IFBB-affilaited National Federations from all over the world. The number of competitors participating in these championships is unlimited.

REGISTRATION

Official Athlete Registration will take place in the “Spodek” Arena, small sport hall , on Friday, September 29th, 2017, from 14:00 till 18:00 hrs.

REGISTRATION

Registration of athletes will only be considered if they are entered by the National Federation of the athlete by sending the Final Entry Form with their names directly to the Organizing Committee, to the IFBB Technical Committee and IFBB Head Office in Madrid. The final decision to allow an athlete to compete in this event rests with the IFBB.

All athletes will have to produce their Passports and IFBB International Cards at the Registration. Any athlete who has not yet purchased or renewed his/her IFBB International Card will have to buy one at registration.

IFBB Cards are EUR €30 and are mandatory.

MCK – the venue The big „Spodek” Arena Honor Square

All posing music must be on an audio CD only. The posing music must also be at the start of the CD. Each competitor must affix his name on the CD for easy identification. The use of profane, vulgar and offensive language is strictly prohibited in the posing music.

Each athlete participating in the championship will be provided with a wristband at the Registration. This identification will allow daily admission and should not be removed.

TEAM MANAGERS & JUDGES MEETING

Will start at 18:15 in the registration area.

REGISTRATION FEE

Registration fee at this competition is as follows:
— Men’s and Women’s open categories and Masters — EUR € 150 per athlete
— Junior categories — EUR € 100 per athlete

If an athlete wants to participate in the second category (like master or junior in a the senior open class), the registration fee for this second category is EUR €50.

Registration Fee may be paid at the Registration on September 29th, 2017 or in advance by money transfer to the bank account of the Organizer:

Klub Sportowy Olimp Zabrze
ul. Wolnosci 315
41-800 Zabrze, Poland
SWIFT: ING BPLPW
Account: PL 13 1050 1298 1000 0023 5975 5085
With a note: Entry Fee Diamond Cup and the name of a competitor

Domestic participants representing Polish Federation (PZKFiTS) pay directly at the Registration

CATEGORIES OPEN AT THE 2017 IFBB DIAMOND CUP KATOWICE:

CATEGORIES OPEN AT THE 2017 IFBB DIAMOND CUP KATOWICE

*- Masters and Men Classic Bodybuilding bodyweight limits [in kg]:

Up to & incl. 168 cm: Max Weight [kg] = (Height [cm] — 100) + 0 [kg]
Up to & incl. 171 cm: Max Bodyweight [kg] = (Height [cm] — 100) + 2 [kg]
Up to & incl. 175 cm: Max Bodyweight [kg] = (Height [cm] — 100) + 4 [kg]
Up to & incl. 180 cm: Max Bodyweight [kg] = (Height [cm] — 100) + 6 [kg]
Over 180 cm: Max Bodyweight [kg] = (Height [cm] — 100) + 8 [kg]
Up to& incl. 198 cm: Max Bodyweight [kg] = (Height [cm] — 100) + 9 [kg]
Over 198 cm: Max Bodyweight [kg] = (Height [cm] — 100) + 10 [kg]

**- Junior Men Classic Bodybuilding bodyweight limits:

Up to & incl. 168 cm: Max. Bodyweight [kg] = (Height [cm] — 100) + 0 [kg]
Up to & incl. 171 cm: Max. Bodyweight [kg] = (Height [cm] — 100) + 1 [kg]
Up to & incl. 175 cm: Max. Bodyweight [kg] = (Height [cm] — 100) + 2 [kg]
Up to & incl. 180 cm: Max. Bodyweight [kg] = (Height [cm] — 100) + 3 [kg]
Up to & incl. 190 cm: Max. Bodyweight [kg] = (Height [cm] — 100) + 4 [kg]
Up to & incl. 198 cm: Max. Bodyweight [kg] = (Height [cm] — 100) + 4.5 [kg]
Over 198 cm: Max. Bodyweight [kg] = (Height [cm] — 100) + 5 [kg]

PRIZE MONEY AWARDS

Total prize money is EUR € 10,000 and will be distributed among the overall winners of open categories in the following manner:

— Men Bodybuilding overall EUR € 1500
— Men Classic Bodybuilding overall EUR € 1500
— Men’s Physique overall EUR € 1500
— Women Bodyfitness overall EUR € 1500
— Women Bikini Fitness overall EUR € 1500
— Women’s Physique open EUR € 900
— Women Wellness Fitness EUR € 800
— Muscular Men’s Physique EUR € 800

Juniors and Masters overall winners as well as open category winners will be awarded with non-cash rewards depending on the sponsors’ generosity.

Top three competitors in each category will be awarded with IFBB medals.
Top six competitors in each category will receive cups and diplomas.

JUDGES

To be taken into consideration during selection of judges panels at the competition, IFBB International Judges (as well as test-judges) must be included in the Final Entry Forms sent by National Federations, according to the IFBB Rules. For more information, please contact Mr. Pawel Filleborn, Chairman of the IFBB Judges

Committee, under address: pawelfilleborn@gmail.com

All international judges must bring their International Judge’s Cards to Katowice.

IFBB International Judges must have a valid IFBB Judge’s Card with the IFBB yearly judges fee of EUR €50 paid for 2017. Test-judges must pay the IFBB judge’s test fee of EUR €50. These fees may be paid at the Championships in Katowice.

All Judges and Test-Judges must be present at the Team Managers and Judges Meeting. Any Judge absent at this meeting will not be allowed to judge at these Championships. If any of the above conditions has not been met, Judges will be unable to carry out their duties.

TANNING

The IFBB has banned all tans that can be wiped off. An official will check the tan of all athletes backstage and if the tan comes off by simply wiping, the athlete will be told to remove the tan before going on stage.

ATHLETES WITHOUT DELEGATES

All Athletes competing at these Championships must be Members in Good Standing of their National Federations. All athletes must be nominated by their National Federation by sending the Final Entry Form with their names.

LANGUAGE

The official language in Poland is Polish. English is widely spoken in hotels, restaurants, shopping centers and tourist areas.

TIME DIFFERENCE

UTC +2 hours (CET — Central European Time Zone — summer)

CLIMATE

During the month of September, the daily mean temperature is 9.00
C (48.20F), with average high 13.00 C (55.00 F) and average low 5.00 C (41.00
F). Rainy day possible. Characteristic weak winds blow at about 2 m/s
from the west, the Moravian Gate.

CURRENCY

The national currency in Poland is the Polish Zloty.
1.0 EUR = 4.25 PLN (as for July 2017)
1.0 USD = 3.63 PLN (as for July 2017)
Current rates may be checked at: http://www.xe.com/currency/pln-polish-zloty

ELECTRICAL CURRENT

The electrical outlets are 220 V, 50 Hz. Socket/plug of type C plug, with two round prongs, popularly known as the europlug and used in all continental Europe countries. Detailed info at: http://www.worldstandards.eu/electricity/plugs-and-sockets/

CORRESPONDENCE AND INFORMATION

Further information can be requested by e-mail addressed to the Orgazniang Committee Secretary, Ms. Monika Szymanska at: monikaszymanska.pzkfits2016@gmail.com ; mobile phone: +48 730686985

FINAL ENTRY FORM SENDING DETAILS

The deadline date for sending the Final Entry Form is September 18th, 2017. National Federations must submit the actual names of all Official Participants (Athletes by category and Delegates, including Judges).

Please send your Entry Form no later than September 18th, 2017 to:

Organizing Committee Secretary
Ms. Monika Szymanska
Mobile: +48 730 686985
E-mail: monikaszymanska.pzkfits2016@gmail.com
IFBB Technical Committee
Eng. Andrew Michalak
E-mail : amichalak5@gmail.com

Please Send a copy to:

International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness
Head Office:
Ms. Diana Mozos
Phone: +34 91 535 2819
E-mail: info@ifbb.com

Tentative Schedule

September 29th, 2017 (Friday)

— Arrivals

14:00 – 18:00 – Registration / weigh-in, “Spodek” Arena, Small Sport Hall
18:15 – Team Managers and Judges Meeting, “Spodek” Arena, Small Sport Hall

September 30th, 2017 (Saturday)

10:00 – 13:00: Prejudging & Finals – Part 1 (Int. Conference Centre — MCK)
13:00 – 14:30 — Lunch
15:00 — Prejudging & Finals – Part 2 (Int. Conference Centre — MCK)

October 1st, 2017 (Sunday)

10:00 – 13:00: Prejudging & Finals – Part 1 (Int. Conference Centre — MCK)
13:00 – 14:30 — Lunch
15:00 — Prejudging & Finals – Part 2 (Int. Conference Centre — MCK)

October 2nd, 2017 (Monday)

— Departures

RUNNING ORDER OF THE 2017 IFBB DIAMOND CUP KATOWICE
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th, 2017

14:00 – 18:00 – Athlete Registration at the “Spodek” Arena, Small Sport Hall

18:15 – Team Managers and Judges Meeting

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th , 2017

08:30 — 09:30 – ADDITIONAL REGISTRATION FOR COMPETITORS COMING
FROM EVLS PRAGUE

10:00 – ONE CONTINUOUS SESSION

(JUNIOR MEN CLASSIC BODYBUILDING; JUNIOR MEN BODYBUILDING 75 KG,
+75 KG; MASTER MEN BODYBUILDING 40-49 YEARS, +50 YEARS; WOMEN
BODYFITNESS 163 CM, 168 CM, +168 CM; MEN CLASSIC BODYBUILDING 175
CM, 180 CM, +`180 CM; MASTER WOMEN BIKINI FITNESS OPEN; WOMEN
WELLNESS FITNESS OPEN; JUNIOR WOMEN BIKINI FITNESS OPEN; JUNIOR
MEN PHYSIQUE 176 CM; +176 CM, WOMEN PHYSIQUE OPEN)

(If there are 6 or less athletes in a category, there will be no prejudging round)
It’s athletes responsibility to be backstage before their category starts. Please be aware that some categories might run very fast, so athletes must be long in advance ready at the venue

1. Junior Men Classic Bodybuilding open Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Compulsory Poses in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
2. Junior Men Bodybuilding 75 kg Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Compulsory Poses in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
3. Junior Men Bodybuilding +75 kg Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Compulsory Poses in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
4. Master Men Bodybuilding 40-49 years Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Compulsory Poses in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
5. Master Men Bodybuilding over 50 years Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Compulsory Poses in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
6. Junior Men Classic Bodybuilding open Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns + 4 Compulsory poses in groups of 5, Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
7. Junior Men Bodybuilding 75 kg Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns + 4 Compulsory poses in groups of 5, Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
8. Junior Men Bodybuilding +75 kg Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns + 4 Compulsory poses in groups of 5, Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
9. Master Men Bodybuilding 40-49 years Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns + 4 Compulsory poses in groups of 5, Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
10. Master Men Bodybuilding 40-49 years Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns + 4 Compulsory poses in groups of 5, Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
11. Junior Men Classic Bodybuilding open Finals Round 2
(7 Compulsory poses x 2 + Posedown)
12. Junior Men Classic Bodybuilding open Finals Round 3
(Posing Routines – 60 sec.)
13. Junior Men Bodybuilding 75 kg Finals Round 2
(7 Compulsory poses x 2 + Posedown)
14. Junior Men Bodybuilding 75 kg Finals Round 3
(Posing Routines – 60 sec.)

15. Junior Men Bodybuilding +75 kg Finals Round 2
(7 Compulsory poses x 2 + Posedown)
16. Junior Men Bodybuilding +75 kg Finals Round 3
(Posing Routines – 60 sec.)
17. Master Men Bodybuilding 40-49 years Finals Round 2
(7 Compulsory poses x 2 + Posedown)
18. Master Men Bodybuilding 40-49 years Finals Round 3
(Posing Routines – 60 sec.)
19. Master Men Bodybuilding over 50 years Finals Round 2
(7 Compulsory poses x 2 + Posedown)
20. Master Men Bodybuilding over 50 years Finals Round 3
(Posing Routines – 60 sec.)
VICTORY CEREMONY:
— JUNIOR MEN CLASSIC BODYBUILDING OPEN
— JUNIOR MEN BODYBUILDING 75 KG
— JUNIOR MEN BODYBUILDING +75 KG
— MASTER MEN BODYBUILDING 40-49 YEARS
— MASTER MEN BODYBUILDING OVER 50 YEARS
21. JUNIOR MEN BODYBUILDING OVERALL + VOCTORY CEREMONY
22. MASTER MEN BODYBUILDING OVERALL + VOCTORY CEREMONY
23. Women Bodyfitness 163 cm Elimination Rounds (if >15)
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
24. Women Bodyfitness 168 cm Elimination Rounds (if >15)
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
25. Women Bodyfitness +168 cm Elimination Rounds (if >15)
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
26. Women Bodyfitness up to 163 cm Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5 + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
27. Women Bodyfitness up to 168 cm Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5 + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
28. Women Bodyfitness up to +168 cm Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5 + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
29. Women Bodyfitness up to 163 cm Finals Round 2
(I-walking + 4 Quarter Turns x 2)
30. Women Bodyfitness up to 168 cm Finals Round 2
(I-walking + 4 Quarter Turns x 2)
31. Women Bodyfitness +168 cm Finals Round 2
(I-walking + 4 Quarter Turns x 2)
VICTORY CEREMONY:
— WOMEN BODYFITNESS 163 CM
— WOMEN BODYFITNESS 168 CM
— WOMEN BODYFITNESS +168 CM
32. WOMEN BODYFITNESS OVERALL + VICTORY CEREMONY
33. Men Classic Bodybuilding up to 175 cm Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Compulsory poses in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
34. Men Classic Bodybuilding up to 180 cm Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Compulsory poses in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
35. Master Women Bikini Fitness open Elimination Rounds (if >15)
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
36. Men Classic Bodybuilding over 180 cm Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Compulsory poses in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
37. Women Wellness Fitness open Elimination Rounds (if >15)
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
38. Men Classic Bodybuilding up to 175 cm Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns + 4 Compulsory poses in groups of 5, Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
39. Master Women Bikini Fitness open Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5 + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
40. Men Classic Bodybuilding up to 180 cm Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns + 4 Compulsory poses in groups of 5, Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
41. Women Wellness Fitness open Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5 + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
42. Men Classic Bodybuilding over 180 cm Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns + 4 Compulsory poses in groups of 5, Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
43. Men Classic Bodybuilding up to 175 cm Finals Round 2
(7 Compulsory poses x 2 + Posedown)
44. Men Classic Bodybuilding up to 175 cm Finals Round 3
(Posing Routines – 60 sec.)
45. Men Classic Bodybuilding up to 180 cm Finals Round 2
(7 Compulsory poses x 2 + Posedown)
46. Men Classic Bodybuilding up to 180 cm Finals Round 3
(Posing Routines – 60 sec.)
47. Master Women Bikini Fitness open Finals Round 2
(I-walking + 4 Quarter Turns x 2)
48. Men Classic Bodybuilding over 180 cm Finals Round 2
(7 Compulsory poses x 2 + Posedown)
49. Men Classic Bodybuilding over 180 cm Finals Round 3
(Posing Routines – 60 sec.)
50. Women Wellness Fitness open Finals Round 2
(I-walking + 4 Quarter Turns x 2)
VICTORY CEREMONY:
— MEN CLASSIC BODYBUILDING 175 CM
— MEN CLASSIC BODYBUILDING 180 CM
— MEN CLASSIC BODYBUILDING +180 CM
— MASTER WOMEN BIKINI FITNESS OPEN
— WOMEN WELLNESS FITNESS OPEN
51. MEN CLASSIC BODYBUILDING OVERALL + VICTORY CEREMONY
52. Junior Women Bikini Fitness open Elimination Rounds (if >15)
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
53. Junior Men Physique up to 176 cm Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
54. Junior Men Physique over 176 cm Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
55. Women’s Physique open Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Compulsory Poses in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
56. Junior Women Bikini Fitness open Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5 + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
57. Junior Men Physique up to 176 cm Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
58. Junior Men Physique over 176 cm Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
59. Women’s Physique open Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns + 4 Compulsory Poses in groups of 5 + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
60. Junior Women Bikini Fitness open Finals Round 2
(I-walking + 4 Quarter Turns x 2)
61. Junior Men Physique up to 176 cm Finals Round 2
(Individual Presentations + 4 Quarter Turns x 2)
62. Junior Men Physique over 176 cm Finals Round 2
(Individual Presentations + 4 Quarter Turns x 2)
63. Women’s Physique open Finals Round 2
(4 Compulsory Poses x 2 + Posedown)
64. Women’s Physique open Finals Round 3
(Posing Routines – 30 sec.)
VICTORY CEREMONY:
— JUNIOR WOMEN BIKINI FITNESS OPEN
— JUNIOR MEN PHYSIQUE 176 CM
— JUNIOR MEN PHYSIQUE +176 CM
— WOMEN’S PHYSIQUE OPEN

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 01st , 2017

08:30 — 09:30 – ADDITIONAL REGISTRATION FOR COMPETITORS COMING
FROM EVLS PRAGUE

10:00 – ONE CONTINUOUS SESSION
(MEN’S PHYSIQUE 173 CM, 176 CM, 179 CM, 182 CM, +182 CM;
MUSCULAR MEN’S PHYSIQUE; WOMEN’S BIKINI-FITNESS 158 CM, 162
CM, 166 CM, 169 CM, 172 CM, +172 CM; MEN’S BODYBUILDING 75 KG, 80
KG, 85 KG, 90 KG, 100 KG, +100 KG)

(If there are 6 or less athletes in a category, there will be no prejudging round)
It’s athletes responsibility to be backstage before their category starts. Please be aware that some categories might run very fast, so athletes must be long in advance ready at the venue

1. Men Physique up to 173 cm Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
2. Men Physique up to 176 cm Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
3. Men Physique up to 179 cm Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
4. Men Physique up to 173 cm Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
5. Men Physique up to 176 cm Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
6. Men Physique up to 179 cm Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
7. Men Physique up to 173 cm Finals Round 2
(Individual Presentations + 4 Quarter Turns x 2)
8. Men Physique up to 176 cm Finals Round 2
(Individual Presentations + 4 Quarter Turns x 2)
9. Men Physique up to 179 cm Finals Round 2
(Individual Presentations + 4 Quarter Turns x 2)
VICTORY CEREMONY:
— MEN PHYSIQUE 173 CM
— MEN PHYSIQUE 176 CM
— MEN PHYSIQUE 179 CM
10. Men Physique up to 182 cm Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
11. Men Physique over 182 cm Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
12. Muscular Men Physique open Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
13. Men Physique up to 182 cm Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
14. Men Physique over 182 cm Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
15. Muscular Men Physique open Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
16. Men Physique up to 182 cm Finals Round 2
(Individual Presentations + 4 Quarter Turns x 2)
17. Men Physique over 182 cm Finals Round 2
(Individual Presentations + 4 Quarter Turns x 2)
18. Muscular Men’s Physique open Finals Round 2
(I-walking + 4 Quarter Turns x 2)
VICTORY CEREMONY:
— MEN PHYSIQUE 182 CM
— MEN PHYSIQUE OVER 182 CM
— MUSCULAR MEN’S PHYSIQUE OPEN
19. MEN PHYSIQUE OVERALL + VICTORY CEREMONY
20. Women Bikini Fitness up to 158 cm Elimination Rounds (if >15)
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
21. Women Bikini Fitness up to 162 cm Elimination Rounds (if >15)
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
22. Men Bodybuilding up to 75 kg Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Compulsory Poses in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
23. Men Bodybuilding up to 80 kg Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Compulsory Poses in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
24. Women Bikini Fitness up to 158 cm Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5 + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
25. Women Bikini Fitness up to 162 cm Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5 + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
26. Men Bodybuilding up to 75 kg Semifinals Round 1
(4 Compulsory Poses in groups of 5, Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
27. Men Bodybuilding up to 80 kg Semifinals Round 1
(4 Compulsory Poses in groups of 5, Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
28. Women Bikini Fitness up to 158 cm Finals Round 2
(I-walking + 4 Quarter Turns x 2)
29. Women Bikini Fitness up to 162 cm Finals Round 2
(I-walking + 4 Quarter Turns x 2)
30. Men Bodybuilding up to 75 kg Finals Round 2
(7 Compulsory Poses x 2 + Posedown)
31. Men Bodybuilding up to 75 kg Finals Round 3
(Posing Routines – 60 sec.)
32. Men Bodybuilding up to 80 kg Finals Round 2
(7 Compulsory Poses x 2 + Posedown)
33. Men Bodybuilding up to 80 kg Finals Round 3
(Posing Routines – 60 sec.)
VICTORY CEREMONY:
— WOMEN BIKINI FITNESS 158 CM
— WOMEN BIKINI FITNESS 162 CM
— MEN BODYBUILDING 75 KG
— MEN BODYBUILDING 80 KG
34. Women Bikini Fitness up to 166 cm Elimination Rounds (if >15)
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
35. Women Bikini Fitness up to 169 cm Elimination Rounds (if >15)
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
36. Men Bodybuilding up to 85 kg Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Compulsory Poses in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
37. Men Bodybuilding up to 90 kg Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Compulsory Poses in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
38. Women Bikini Fitness up to 166 cm Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5 + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
39. Women Bikini Fitness up to 169 cm Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5 + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
40. Men Bodybuilding up to 85 kg Semifinals Round 1
(4 Compulsory Poses in groups of 5, Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
41. Men Bodybuilding up to 90 kg Semifinals Round 1
(4 Compulsory Poses in groups of 5, Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
42. Women Bikini Fitness up to 166 cm Finals Round 2
(I-walking + 4 Quarter Turns x 2)
43. Women Bikini Fitness up to 169 cm Finals Round 2
(I-walking + 4 Quarter Turns x 2)
44. Men Bodybuilding up to 85 kg Finals Round 2
(7 Compulsory Poses x 2 + Posedown)
45. Men Bodybuilding up to 85 kg Finals Round 3
(Posing Routines – 60 sec.)
46. Men Bodybuilding up to 90 kg Finals Round 2
(7 Compulsory Poses x 2 + Posedown)
47. Men Bodybuilding up to 90 kg Finals Round 3
(Posing Routines – 60 sec.)
VICTORY CEREMONY:
— WOMEN BIKINI FITNESS 166 CM
— WOMEN BIKINI FITNESS 169 CM
— MEN BODYBUILDING 85 KG
— MEN BODYBUILDING 90 KG
48. Women Bikini Fitness up to 172 cm Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
49. Women Bikini Fitness over 172 cm Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
50. Men Bodybuilding up to 100 kg Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Compulsory Poses in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
51. Men Bodybuilding over 100 kg Elimination Round (if >15)
(4 Compulsory Poses in groups of 5) > List of the Semifinalists backstage
52. Women Bikini Fitness up to 172 cm Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5 + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
53. Women Bikini Fitness over 172 cm Semifinals Round 1
(4 Quarter Turns in groups of 5 + Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
54. Men Bodybuilding up to 100 kg Semifinals Round 1
(4 Compulsory Poses in groups of 5, Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
55. Men Bodybuilding over 100 kg Semifinals Round 1
(4 Compulsory Poses in groups of 5, Comparisons) > List of the Finalists backstage
56. Women Bikini Fitness up to 172 cm Finals Round 2
(I-walking + 4 Quarter Turns x 2)
57. Women Bikini Fitness over 172 cm Finals Round 2
(I-walking + 4 Quarter Turns x 2)
58. Men Bodybuilding up to 100 kg Finals Round 2
(7 Compulsory poses x 2 + Posedown)
59. Men Bodybuilding up to 100 kg Finals Round 3
(7 Compulsory poses x 2 + Posedown
60. Men Bodybuilding over 100 kg Finals Round 2
(7 Compulsory poses x 2 + Posedown)
61. Men Bodybuilding over 100 kg Finals Round 3
(7 Compulsory poses x 2 + Posedown
VICTORY CEREMONY:
— WOMEN BIKINI FITNESS 172 CM
— WOMEN BIKINI FITNESS OVER 172 CM
— MEN BODYBUILDING 100 KG
— MEN BODYBUILDING OVER 100 KG
62. WOMEN BIKINI FITNESS OVERALL + VICTORY CEREMONY
63. MEN BODYBUILDING OVERALL + VICTORY CEREMONY

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