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2002 NABBA Worlds - Men's Show DVD
2002 NABBA World Championships: Men – Show (DVD)

2002 NABBA World Championships: Men – Show (DVD)

AUD $34.95

GMV-478-DVD  Open Region DVD  Duration 90 mins  Sample Clip

Held in Greece and with a record number of competitors, the modern day young Hercules battle it out for the titles of World Champion. See the top 6 present their posing routines from all 6 classes plus awards. Then the overall posedown and awards. It was a great day for England with KAMAL ELGARGNI taking the overall title of Mr. World.

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2002 NABBA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: MEN – SHOW

Held in sunny Greece and with a record number of competitors, the modern day young Hercules battle it out for the titles of World Champion.

See the top 6 present their posing routines from all 6 classes plus awards. Then the overall posedown and awards. It was a great day for England with KAMAL ELGARGNI taking the title of Overall Mr. World.

In his comeback contest, JOHN CITRONE took the Masters Class from stiff opposition.

N.B. This event also incorporated the NABBA European Championships.

CUSTOMER FEEDBACK:

BTW, your 2002 NABBA World tape I recently got knocked me for a loop.  I thought it was more exciting than the Mr. Olympia.
I was astounded by it, speechless in fact.  I will be recommending it highly.  More people need to know about how good this show is

Thanks,
Mike Emery
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2002 NABBA World Championships Results:  8th June, 2002   Thessaloniki, Greece

THE MEN

Overall Mr World: Kamal Elgargni – UK

JUNIORS
1. Ricardo Bertolo Da Costa Jr – Brazil
2. Nikos Michailidis – Greece
3. Andreas Apostolakis – Greece
4. Tom De Groof – Belgium
5. Rene Schmidt – Germany
6. Vasilis Galatsis – Greece

MASTERS
1. John Citrone – UK
2. Joao Bispo De Andrade – Brazil
3. Rob Van Der Dussen – Holland
4. John Roberts – UK
5. Eugenio Spigno – Italy
6. Ralph Heuckeroth – Germany
Patrick De Wiest – Belgium
Hubert Klaser – Germany
Zvi Soyka – Israel
Alex Stukanov – Israel
Anastasios Alexantridis – Greece
Tony Rizzo – Australia
Michael Cederqvist – Sweden
Zoran Jananovic – Russia
Stilianos Arathimos – Greece

CLASS 4
1. Kamal Elgargni – UK
2. Paulo Lima Santos – Brazil
3. Ribamar Guedes – Brazil
4. Glenn Waterval – Holland
5. Antonio Trovato – Italy
6. Mohamed Faroukh – Sweden
Branko Mikulic – Croatia
Janny Barents – Holland
Sergiy Sikach – Ukraine
Vlassis Bagiatis – Greece
Alexander Velinov – Bulgaria
Constantin Olteanu Decebal – Romania
Konstantinos Georgios – Cyprus

CLASS 3
1. Edson Prado – Brazil
2. Neset Icli – Holland
3. Jurandir Ribeiro – Brazil
4. Jorg Fuchs – Germany
5. Hanspeter Rubner – Switzerland
6. Christian Klee – Austria
Rick Burnett – Holland
Christophe Chiabi – France
Flavio Passerini – Italy
Massimiliano Brando – Italy
Johan Smit – Greece
Mirko Petrovski – Macedonia
Sarakinis Haralambos – Greece
Vitaliy Kalensky – Ukraine
Andreiko Latzo – Greece

CLASS 2
1. Giuseppe Cozzi – Italy
2. Eril Overdevest – Holland
3. Sergey Dukhota – Ukraine
4. Robert Ammersdorfer – Holland
5. Eddy Wilson – Holland
6. Tasos Minidis – Greece
Alan Henrique Castro Salles – Brazil
Dmitri Dmitriev – Russia
Ralph Bertram – Germany
Harri Shy – Israel
Tony Green – Australia
Matias Bruno – France
Ahmed Sherill – France
Fredrik Carlsson – Sweden
Yuriy Dyetskov – Ukraine
Xristos Kousis – Greece
Ljubivoj Bakich – Macedonia
Grigoris Zioy – Albania
Stavros Simeonidis – Greece
Michael Bachhausen – Germany
Florin Uceance – Romania

CLASS 1
1. Mikhail Bekoev – Ukraine
2. Hedwig Parden – Holland
3. Mario Hemmer – Austria
4. Oliver Adzievski – Macedonia
5. Lourival De Oliveira – Brazil
6. Ralf Domke – Germany
Ronald Kovacic – Croatia
Guy Grundy – Australia
Alessandro Grassi – Italy
Cris Taylor – Cyprus
Gideon Becking – Cyprus
Nikos Batsarof – Greece
Triantafillos Maragos – Greece
Viktor Kutasevych – Ukraine