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2022 Texas Pro Bodybuilding Results — Andrew Jacked Wins In Stellar Pro Debut

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2022 Texas Pro Bodybuilding Results — Andrew Jacked Wins In Stellar Pro Debut

In his Pro debut, Chinedu Andrew Obiekea, aka “Andrew Jacked,” stunned the field with his win.

The 2022 Texas Pro took place on August 12-13 in Irving, Texas. As one of the major steps on the road to hopeful qualification for the 2022 Olympia, the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness (IFBB) Pro League contest is vital for competitors looking to polish their skills and make a name for themselves. 

This year’s edition of the Texas Pro featured eight competitive divisions, with Chinedu Andrew Obiekea, also known as “Andrew Jacked,” as one of the headline winners. The respective victors in each category received automatic spots in the 2022 Olympia on December 16-18 in Las Vegas, NV.

According to the IFBB Pro League website, the 2022 Texas Pro was a Tier 4 contest. That means the second through fifth place finishers earned points ranging from four to one in their potential qualification for the Olympia, respectively. Point standings for those athletes who have not won an IFBB Pro League contest before the Olympia will be finalized on November 20, 2022. 

Here’s an overview of results from the Men’s Open division at the 2022 Texas Pro:

2022 Texas Pro Results | Men’s Open

Andrew Jacked
Martin Fitzwater
Steve Kuclo
Kamal Elgargni
Quinton Eriya
Jephte Cherenfant
Carlos Emmanuel Longoria Rodriguez
Phil Clahar
Joseph Mackey
Eddie Bracamontes

Check out the results of the other contested divisions below.

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According to NPC News Online, this was Andrew Jacked’s Pro League debut. He made quite an impression with aspects of his body like his arms, legs, shoulders, and abs to take home the victory. As a result, Jacked has earned his first shot at an Olympia contest in the process. Notably, Jacked joins an esteemed group of competitors who also won their first Pro League contest like Phil Heath, Flex Wheeler, Hunter Labrada, and Sergio Oliva Jr. 

Here are the respective results for the other Men’s divisions at the 2022 Texas Pro.

212 Division

Kerrith Bajjo
Cody Drobot
Jordan Janowitz
Ricky Moten Jr.
Martin Gomez
Ahmed Elwardany
Stephen Didoshak
Carlos A. Rodriguez Hernandez
David Robinson
Kevin Johnson

Classic Physique

Courage Opara
Valentin Petrov
Jorge Luis Guerrero Gallagos
John Le
Florian Poirson
Ashwin Lucas
Jared Thompson
Vincent Krause
Matt Maldonado
Adam Thomas

Men’s Physique

Daniel Ammons
Andrei Lincan
Charjo Grant
Jeremiah Maxey
Jeremy Coleman
Stan Morrison
Micah Thomas Jr.
George Brown
Anthony Gilkes
Zach Savole

The results for the Women’s divisions are below.

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Women’s Physique

Melissa Teich
Pamela Canfield
Ana Harias
Ashley Jones
Gessica Campbell
DeSunka Dawson
Heather Grace
Ashlynn Richardson
Rulying Bian
Michele Steeves

Figure

Jessica Reyes Padilla
Autumn Cleveland
Tamera Barrett
Felisha Livezey
Jennifer Zienart
Jessica L. Kendrick
Larhannah Robinson
Ashley Felperin
Amie Mock
Martina Yabekova

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Bikini

Daraja Hill
Jodie Yuncker
Roxana Marquez
Jordan Brannon
Shelby Pierce
Anya Nicholson
Hope Castelli
Tamekla Carter
Carla Garthwaite
Monica Rubio

Wellness

Devyn Cambre
Lili Dong
Amanda Burnett
Diana Laura Verduzco Carreno
Jen Scarborough Zollars
Priscilla Lynd
Haley Johnson
Brooke Donnelly
Daniela Esquivel Castillo
Celeste Morales

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Per the schedule on the IFBB Pro League website, the next major competition on the docket for many of these athletes is the 2022 Yamamoto Cup in Italy on September 11. That contest will be Tier 4. It’ll be another sizable step forward on the journey to the 2022 Olympia in mid-December. 

Featured image: @w_wittmannphoto on Instagram

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