Welsh Fitness Classic Champions Crowned
Saturday July 2nd saw the crowning of the very first Men’s & Ladies Welsh Fitness Classic Champions at the inaugural Welsh Fitness Classic in Cardiff.
At a standing room only crowd of 2,000 people, some of the best bodybuilders in the UK went head to head for the title of Welsh Fitness Classic Champion. After months of intense training and dieting it was time to see who was on the money. The Welsh Fitness Classic was hosted by 2021 MMA, MC of the Year Ricky Wright.
The Welsh Fitness Classic selected a world-class independent judging panel, who found the decisions almost impossible. After an incredibly closely fought contest, the winners are:
Ladies Bikini Challenger Division – Zoe Hodgkinson
Ladies Bikini Open Division – Natasha Minchella
Ladies Bikini Masters Division – Kelly Johnson
Ladies Figure & Ladies Figure Masters – Joanna Hudson
Men’s Classic Bodybuilding – Piotr Karol
Men’s Classic Bodybuilding Masters – Andy Osborne
Men’s Physique – G Ramakrishna Menon
Welsh Fitness Classic Ladies Champion – Natasha Minchella
Welsh Fitness Classic Men’s Champion – Piotr Karol
The Welsh Fitness Classic also awarded two athletes who had overcome huge challenges to compete on stage, the “Renzo Algieri Contribution to Welsh Bodybuilding”. The winners are: Katy Jane Cooke and Gary Davis.
Welsh Fitness Classic Founder Wesley Skene said, “Every athlete was incredibly inspirational. The most important part of the show was the story behind each athlete. Everyone had overcome huge challenges to even step on stage. It was an honour to create a platform to celebrate their achievements. The Welsh Fitness Classic left no stone unturned in pursuit of a world class show and production values. We are proud to say that no other show in the UK can compete with us for the standard and quality of the show we produce.”
Although the date for the 2023 Welsh Fitness Classic is yet to be announced, the show already has competitors signed up and ready to go. The 2023 Welsh Fitness Classic and Welsh Fitness Expo is set to be even bigger and better