The Arnold Classic South America annual multi-sport event features bodybuilding, fitness, and other sports competitions. The 2023 event was held in São Paulo, Brazil, from April 14 to 16. The event featured a variety of competitions, including:
- Men’s Open Bodybuilding
- Men’s Wheelchair
The event also featured a trade show, a fitness expo, and other activities. The Arnold Classic South America is a major event in bodybuilding and fitness, attracting athletes worldwide. The 2023 event was no exception, with athletes from over 50 countries competing.
The 2023 Arnold Classic South America was successful, with many exciting competitions and events. The event was a great opportunity for athletes to compete at a high level and showcase their skills. The event was also a great opportunity for fans to see some of the best athletes in the world compete.
2023 Arnold Classic South America Prize Money
The prize money for the top 3 places in the 2023 Arnold Classic South America is as follows:
- 1st place Behroz Tabani: $10,055
- 2nd place Wellington Fernando Baptista: $4,022
- 3rd place Emir Omeragic: $2,011
The prize money is awarded to the bodybuilders who place first, second, and third in each division.
The prize money significantly incentivizes athletes to compete in the Arnold Classic South America. It also helps to raise the event’s profile and attract top athletes worldwide.
The 2023 Arnold Classic South America prize money is significantly higher than in previous years. This is a sign of the growing popularity of the event and the increasing value of bodybuilding and fitness competitions.
Arnold Classic South America Lineup 2023
- Behrooz Tabani
- Wellington Nescau
- Vitor Hugo Boff
- Emir Omeragic
- Josef Květoň
- Alan Ramiro Bonadiman
- Slavoj Bednář
- Yeferson Romero
- Sulaiman Alterkait
Men’s Wheelchair Bodybuilders
- Tim Caldwell
- James Berger
- Woody Belfort
- Tory Jones
Arnold Classic South America 2022 Results
The 2022 Arnold Classic South America was held on Saturday, April 30, 2022, in São Paulo, Brazil. The event featured only the Men’s Open Bodybuilding division.
Rafael Brandão of Brazil won the competition, taking home first place. Vitor Hugo Boff of Brazil came in second, and Thiago Lins of Brazil came in third.
Brandão was the favorite competing, and he did not disappoint. He showed off his incredible physique, which was full of muscle and definition. He also had a great stage presence and could connect with the audience.
Boff and Lins also put on great performances. Boff had a very symmetrical physique, and he was very well-conditioned. Lins was also very muscular, and he had a great stage presence.
Sibusiso Kotelo of South Africa was expected to be a dark horse in the competition but was mysteriously missing from the prejudging. He did show up for the finals but did not perform as well as he could have. The 2022 Arnold Classic South America was a great competition and a way to start the bodybuilding season.
Rafael Brandão was the clear winner, showing that he is one of the best bodybuilders in the world. Vitor Hugo Boff and Thiago Lins also perform great, and they will be two to watch in the future.
Arnold Classic South America 2023 Results
Here are the complete Results of the following Divisions.
Men’s Open Bodybuilding Results
- First Place (Behroz Tabani)
- Second Place (Wellington Fernando Baptista)
- Third Place (Emir Omeragic Biography)
- Fourth Place (Josef Kveton)
- Fifth Place (Vitor Hugo Boff)
- Sixth Place — Gustavo Bico
- Seventh Place — Alan Bonadiman
- Eighth Place — Yeferson Romero
- Ninth Place — Sulaiman Alterkait
- Tenth Place — Slavoj Bednar
Men’s Wheelchair Results
- Winner — Josue Gorila Albino
- Second Place — Tory Jones
- Third Place — Woody Belfort
- Fourth Place — Tim Caldwell
- Fifth Place — James Berger