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2022 Mr. Olympia Callout Report — Classic Physique, Men’s Physique, Bikini, Wheelchair

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Saturday, Dec. 17, 2022, saw the approximate second half of the 2022 Olympia get kicked off. With division winners set in the 212, Wellness, and Ms. Olympia already set, among others, Saturday’s pre-judging and callouts featured the Classic Physique, Men’s Physique, Bikini, and Wheelchair categories. Notably, the Wheelchair is all-inclusive, meaning final judgments on the competitors in this…
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Saturday, Dec. 17, 2022, saw the approximate second half of the 2022 Olympia get kicked off. With division winners set in the 212, Wellness, and Ms. Olympia already set, among others, Saturday’s pre-judging and callouts featured the Classic Physique, Men’s Physique, Bikini, and Wheelchair categories.

Notably, the Wheelchair is all-inclusive, meaning final judgments on the competitors in this class will be judged at roughly the same time as initial callouts. The Finals for the three other divisions, as well as the Mr. Olympia, will begin at 7:00 p.m. Pacific Standard. time. Fans can watch the action unfold by purchasing a pay-per-view premium package for $69.99 at the Olympia website — www.olympiaproductions.com.

As each of the callout reports is finalized for every division on Saturday, Breaking Muscle will update this page accordingly with the results.

Classic Physique

Respective callouts for the Classic Physique division started the 2022 Olympia festivities on Saturday. Three-time defending champion Chris Bumstead entered as the favorite. Meanwhile, contenders like Breon Ansley and Terrence Ruffin were in it to try and topple the young dynamo before he made even more history.

As usual, whoever would be featured in the first and last callouts would be considered a favorite and top contender heading into the Finals. Naturally, Bumstead found himself in the final group. Meanwhile, an athlete and former two-time champ like Ansley (2017-2018) — who will transition to the 212 division in 2023 — enjoyed some of his last moments as a Classic Physique competitor.

Here are the results of the callouts for the Classic Physique competitors.

Callout 1 

  • Wesley Vissers
  • Breon Ansley
  • Urs Kalecinski
  • Ramon Rocha Queiroz
  • Chris Bumstead
  • Mike Sommerfeld
  • Terrence Ruffin
  • Fabian Mayr

Callout 2

  • Adam Bomert
  • Chen Kang
  • Kyrylo Khadaliev
  • Michael Daboul
  • Alex Cambronero
  • Jorge Herrera
  • Gabriel Zancanelli
  • Jaehun Park

Callout 3

  • Mehdi Larijani
  • Dancovea Anderson
  • Alexander Westermeier
  • Neil Currey
  • Ali Poladvand
  • Darwin Andres Uribe Aristizabel
  • Camilo Diaz
  • Patrik Herczik
  • Abdullah Wael Alrabiah

Callout 4 

  • Tommy Clark
  • Anthony Barbera III
  • Tony Duong
  • Valeri Enchev
  • Junior Javorski
  • Georgian Andrei Birica Anghel
  • Jonathan Pelkey
  • Josh Eastman

Callout 5

  • Woilid Baatout
  • Brady Barnes
  • Mohamed Amine Fakhfakh
  • Darren Farrell
  • Emanuele Ricotti
  • Jeff Hallenbeck
  • Abdullah Al Sharafi

Callout 6

  • Lemar Shaw
  • Tyler Johnson
  • Christopher Hunte
  • Blake Course
  • Marcus Perry
  • Valentin Petrov
  • Marco Ruz

Callout 7

  • Robert Wichman
  • Anthony Casado
  • Mateo Vaihu
  • Jesus Rodriguez Sendra
  • Ahmed El Halawani
  • Lenny Wicks
  • Ruben Lopez Reyes
  • Ali Poladvand

Callout 8

  • Alex Cambronero
  • Michael Daboul
  • Terrence Ruffin
  • Wesley Vissers
  • Fabian Mayr

Callout 9

  • Breon Ansley
  • Urs Kalecinski
  • Mike Sommerfeld

Callout 10

  • Ramon Rocha Queiroz
  • Chris Bumstead

Bumstead and Ramon Rocha Queiroz found themselves standing front and center during the first callout and were the only athletes featured in the last callout. They will head into the Finals as the top contenders for the 2022 Classic Physique Olympia title.

Men’s Physique

Breaking Muscle will update callout results for this division as they become available.

Bikini

Breaking Muscle will update callout results for this division as they become available.

Wheelchair

Breaking Muscle will update callout results for this division as they become available.

Here is the entire schedule for the 2022 Olympia weekend. (Note: All listed times are in Pacific Standard time.)

Friday, Dec. 16, 2022

9:00 a.m. — Pre-Judging

  • Fitness Olympia
  • 212 Olympia
  • Figure Olympia
  • Women’s Physique Olympia
  • Ms. Olympia
  • Wellness Olympia

6:00 p.m. — Finals

  • 212 Olympia
  • Fitness Olympia
  • Figure Olympia
  • Women’s Physique Olympia
  • Ms. Olympia
  • Wellness Olympia

6:00 p.m. — Mr. Olympia Pre-Judging

Saturday, Dec. 17, 2022

9:00 a.m. — Pre-Judging

  • Classic Physique Olympia
  • Men’s Physique Olympia
  • Bikini Olympia
  • Wheelchair Olympia — Pre-Judging and Finals

7:00 p.m. — Finals

  • Mr. Olympia
  • Men’s Physique Olympia
  • Bikini Olympia
  • Classic Physique Olympia

Saturday should be quite a finale to an exhilarating edition of the Olympia. Anything can happen with bodybuilding’s elite on stage.

Featured image: @cbum on Instagram

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