2017 Mr. Olympia
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The 2017 Mr. Olympia contest was a weekend long IFBB professional bodybuilding competition that was held on September 14 to 17, 2017, in Las Vegas, Nevada. This was the 53rd Mr. Olympia competition celebrated. The weekend competition is also known as the Joe Weider's Olympia Fitness and Performance Weekend. While the main event was the competition for the title of Mr. Olympia, several other events were held which includes the Amateur competition and sports expo.
|2017 Mr. Olympia|
|Genre||Professional bodybuilding competition|
|Previous event||2016 Mr. Olympia|
|Next event||2018 Mr. Olympia|
|People||Mr. Olympia : Phil Heath|
On September 14, 2017, a press conference was held on Orleans Arena.
On September 15, 2017, prejudging and finals for Fitness Olympia, Figure Olympia and Classic Physique were held and livestream via Amazon Prime. Mr. Olympia pre-judging was also held on the same night.
On September 16, 2017, the Men's Physique Olympia and Women's Physique Olympia judging and finals were held in the morning at Las Vegas Convention Center. At night, the Bikini Olympia, 212 Olympia and Mr. Olympia finals were held at Orleans Arena. This event was also livestream via Amazon Prime.
On September 17, 2017, an Olympia Superstar Seminar was held.
Phil Heath won his seventh consecutive Mr Olympia title, equalling Arnold Schwarzenegger's seven wins. The record number of wins is eight, held by Lee Haney (1984–1991), and Ronnie Coleman (1998–2005)
Mr. Olympia resultsEdit
|1||400,000 $||Phil Heath||5||5||10|
|2||150,000 $||Mamdouh Elssbiay||13||12||25|
|3||100,000 $||William Bonac||12||15||27|
|4||55,000 $||Dexter Jackson||20||20||40|
|5||45,000 $||Shawn Rhoden||30||26||56|
|6||35,000 $||Roelly Winklaar||29||29||58|
|7||25,000 $||Nathan De Asha||34||36||70|
|8||20,000 $||Brandon Curry||36||39||75|
|9||18,000 $||Josh Lenartowicz||45||45||90|
|10||16,000 $||Cedric McMillan||50||50||100|
- Flex Lewis won his 6th consecutive 212 Olympia title.
- Angelica Teixeira is the 2017 Bikini Olympia Champion.
- Jeremy Buendia defended his Men's Physique Olympia title for fourth consecutive time.
- Juliana Malacarne won the Women's Physique Olympia title.
- Breon Ansley topped the Classic Physique division.
- Oksana Grishina won Fitness Olympia for the fourth time.
- Cydney Gillon is the 2017 Figure Olympia Champion.
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