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2022 Mr. Olympia Callout Report — Fitness, 212, Figure, Women’s Physique, Ms. Olympia, and Wellness

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The 2022 Olympia weekend officially began on Friday, Dec. 16, 2022. As the respective champions in all 11 divisions are sorted out over the weekend, the all-important initial callouts will set the table for the potential respective victors. After the callouts and pre-judging portion of the competition concludes, the Finals will begin at 6:00 p.m. EST on Friday for six of the participating divisions.

Fans can watch the action unfold by purchasing a pay-per-view premium package for $69.99 at the Olympia website — www.olympiaproductions.com.

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

2022 Olympia Callout Reports

Fitness
212
Figure
Women’s Physique
Ms. Olympia
Wellness

Fitness

Respective callouts for the Fitness Olympia portion of the contest began the day. With defending champion Whitney Jones withdrawing at the last minute, the division saw extra attention with a new victor assured. The 2020 Fitness Olympia champion and 2021 runner-up Missy Truscott appeared poised to regain her title with the opening selection.

The callouts for the Fitness division were based on the athletes’ physique. That will comprise one-third of their overall score. Olympia commentator Bob Cicherillo noted that four-time Fitness Olympia winner Oksana Grishina withdrew due to an injury that occurred during her competition prep.

Whoever was first and last amongst the callouts would be frontrunners after the round concluded, making this portion particularly important. Judges get a better look at the athletes by shifting them around during callouts.

Here are the results of the callouts for the 20 Fitness Olympia competitors:

Callout 1

Minna Pajulahti
Stephanie Jones
Tamara Vahn
Missy Truscott
Jaclyn Baker
Ariel Khadr
Michelle Fredua-Mensah
Allison Kramer

Callout 2

Anna Chism
Sarah Kovach
Aurika Tyrgale
Michaela Pavleova
Terra Plum

Callout 3

Danielle Chikeles
Danielle DaCosta
Andrea Glass
Abby Bolton
Corrine Elizabeth Bean
Alix Small

Callout 4

Jaclyn Baker
Missy Truscott

The leaders for the Fitness Olympia crown after pre-judging were Truscott and Jaclyn Baker, who were compared in the final callout. They head into Friday’s Finals as the Fitness favorites.

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212

The transition of defending champion Derek Lunsford to the Men’s Open division meant that the 212 category would also see a new winner crowned. This portion of the contest featured 28 different athletes competing for the 212 title, such as former victors Shaun Clarida (2020) and Kamal Elgargni (2019).

With formal introductions behind them, the largest field in the 212 Olympia’s history had to be evaluated by the judges. As usual, the first and last callouts would get a pole position. Clarida was the only athlete who did not move from the first callout.

Here are how the callouts shook out for the 212 division.

Callout 1

Kerrith Bajjo
Ahmad Ashkanani
Kamal Elgargni
Shaun Clarida
Angel Calderon Frias
Oleh Kryvyi
Keone Pearson

Callout 2

Naser Mohamed
Yunlong Ping
Bryan Balzano
Felipe Moraes
Dean White
Radoslav Angelov

Callout 3

Oswaldo Gonzalez
Mohamed El Azim
Lucas Silva Coelho
Peter Molnar
Dectric Lewis

Callout 4

Abdullah Alsaif
Anwar Al Balushi
Douglas Connor
Ahmed Fawzi
Eduardo Correa
Daniel Sticco
Romain Ramassamy

Callout 5 

Kerrith Bajjo
Oleh Kryvyi
Keone Pearson
Ahmad Ashkanani
Felipe Moraes

Callout 6

Shaun Clarida
Kamal Elgargni
Angel Calderon Frias

In the last callout, it was a three-way battle between two former champions in Clarida and Elgargni and Angel Calderon Frias. This trio will head into Friday’s Finals as the frontrunners.

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Figure

Just like the 212 division, the 2022 Figure Olympia’s roster was the largest in its division’s history. Five-time champion Cydney Gillon had her sights set on a sixth title, with 38 other athletes trying to topple her.

With introductions out of the way, the callouts by the judges proceeded as usual. Here is how the Figure Olympia athletes fared in pre-judging:

Callout 1 

Stephanie Gibson
Nicole Zenobia Graham
Jossie Nathali Alarcon Beceera
Cydney Gillon
Jessica Reyes Padilla
Lola Montez
Natalia Soltero
Maria Luisa Baeza Diaz

Callout 2 

Maggie Watson
Shanice Abrams
An Da Jeong
Nadia Bradford
Ericka Morales Morgan
Rhea Gayle
LaToyia Farley
Angelita Lopez

Callout 3 

Paula Ranta
Jennifer Zienert
Wendy Fortino
Bojana Vasilijevic
Tereza Linhartova
Adela Ondrejovicova
Hanwool Park

Callout 4

Mauda Exantus
Karina Grau
Julia V. Waring
Zulfiya Bitiyeva
Autumn Cleveland
Felecia Harris
Julia Champlin
Akana Yukhno

Callout 5 

Samantha Jerring
Nadine Claudia Huber
Rejoice Godwin
Anna Gasior
Shelace Shoemaker
Valerie Ratelle
Lena Ramsteiner
Gabriela Linhartova

Callout 6 

Maria Luisa Baeza Diaz
Stephanie Gibson
Natalia Soltero
Nicole Zenobia Graham
Ericka Morales Morgan
Nadia Bradford

Callout 7

Jossie Nathali Alarcon Becerra
Cydney Gillon
Jessica Reyes Padilla
Lola Montez

Ultimately, Gillon stayed in the center position the entire time during the first callout. Jessica Reyes Padilla, Lola Montez, and Jossie Becerra make up the rest of the top four for the Figure athletes into the Finals.

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Women’s Physique

In the Women’s Physique division, two-time defending champion Sarah Villegas was trying to establish a dynasty with a third-straight championship. Twenty-three other competitors stood in her path.

With initial introductions out of the way, here are how the pre-judging callouts came out for the Women’s Physique Olympia.

Callout 1

Anne-Lorraine Mohn 
Jeannie Feldman
Barbara Menage
Natalia Abraham Coelho
Sarah Villegas
Brooke Walker
Ivie Rhein
Melissa Teich

Callout 2

Ji Hye Lee
Evon Pennington
Marie-Solange Essoh
Winsome White
Ashley Jones
Rachel Daniels
Christelle Zarovska

Callout 3

Victoria Myslik
Antoinette Downie
Kristy Cox
Whitney Armstrong
Sophie Leo
Chelsey Worster
Raluca Raducu
Claudia Gabriela de Leon Pardo

Callout 4

Natalia Abraham Coelho
Sarah Villegas

Seemingly to the surprise of no one, Villegas and the 2021 runner-up in Natalia Abraham Coelho stood in the center during the first callout and were alone during the last callout. They head into the Finals as the favorites, looking to square off once again.

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Ms. Olympia

The Ms. Olympia portion of the 2022 Olympia featured defending champ Andrea Shaw chasing greatness with her third consecutive title. The superstar had to contend with 20 other athletes trying to knock her off her mantel.

Once again, with introductions in the rearview mirror and initial impressions behind the judges, here’s how the callouts fared for the Ms. Olympia division.

Callout 1

Theresa Ivancik
Michaela Aycock
Angela Yeo
Andrea Shaw
Helle Trevino
Margie Martin
Branka Njegovec
Alcione Santos Barreto

Callout 2

Irene Andersen
MayLa Ash
Chelsea Dion
Mona Poursaleh
Michelle Jin
Donna Salib

Callout 3

Lisa Kudrey
Reshanna Boswell
Leyvina Rodrigues Barros
Asha Hadley
Eva Montgomery
Danielle Willis

Callout 4

Chelsea Dion
Alcione Santos Barreto
Michaela Aycock
Branka Njegovec
Michelle Jin
Theresa Ivancik

Callout 5

Helle Trevino
Angela Yeo
Andrea Shaw
Margie Martin

Predictably, Shaw stood front and center during the first callout, with Margie Martin and Helle Trevino by her sides. Angelo Yeo would fare well during comparisons with Trevino and joined the trio to comprise the four-horse race heading into the Finals.

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Wellness

In the first iteration of the Wellness Olympia 2021, Francielle Mattos came out on top. In 2022, with the contest expanding, the Wellness Olympia became a two-round affair as the Finals got set for Friday. An expansion came for the number of competitors as well, going from 20 athletes in 2021 to 38 competitors in 2022.

Here is how the respective Wellness athletes fared in callouts and prejudging at the 2022 Olympia.

Callout 1 

Kassandra Gillis
Angela Borges
Yarishna Ayala
Isabelle Nunes
Francielle Mattos
Rayane Fogal de Souza Santana
Giselle Machado
Marissa Andrews

Callout 2 

Diana Laura Verduzco Carreno
Daisha Johnson
Jacqueline Huescas Rios
Bruna Seredich
Julia Chitarra
Catarina de Sousa
Lisa Meiswinkel

Callout 3 

Andreia Gadelha Da Silva
Devyn Cambre
Maria Paulette Aranguren
Amanda Burnett
Barbara Cesar
Sunny Andrews
Renee Harshey
Jasmine Payne
Isamara Santos

Callout 4

Kelly Purcell
Carina Marques
Devone Martin
Michelle Ibata
Anna Mroczkowska
Nerilde Garcia Strey

Callout 5

Juliana Mota Esteso
Hannah Son
Mari Carvalho
Nadia Moreira Santos
Synara Santana
Mallory Myers
Joy A. Bey

Callout 6

Marissa Andrews
Yarishna Ayala
Leonida Ciobu
Bruna Seredich
Jacqueline Huescas Rios

Callout 7

Angela Borges
Kassandra Gillis
Giselle Machado
Isabelle Nunes
Rayane Fogal de Souza Santana
Francielle Mattos

Mattos’ aspiration at defending her title started well, as she got center position during the first callout. Isabelle Nunes and Angela Borges joined the defending champion. Four other athletes in Rayana Santana, Kassandra Gillis, and Gisele Machado joined a loaded group of contenders heading into the Wellness Finals.

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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

The Finals are set for the first major portion of the 2022 Olympia, with a host of contenders trying to knock off the respective worthy defending champions.

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