2019 Arnold Classic

Results

1 Brandon Curry USA
2 William Bonac Netherlands
3 Luke Sandoe United Kingdom
4 Cedric McMillan USA
5 Roelly Winklaar Netherlands
6 Steve Kuclo USA
7 Rafael Brandao Brazil
8 Joshua Lenartowicz Australia
9 Akim Williams USA
10 Victor Martinez USA
11 Charles Dixon USA
12 Mikhail Volinkin Uzbekistan 

Men’s Physique Results

1 Andre Ferguson USA
2 Raymont Edmonds USA
3 Kyron Holden USA
4 Logan Franklin USA
5 George Brown USA
6 Sadik Hadzovic USA
7 Stan Morrison USA
8 Lindon Bond USA
9 Kimani Victor Canada
10 Rodrigue Chesnier USA
11 Quincey Whittington USA
12 Michael Bevins USA
13 Anthony Gilkes USA
14 Ramses Rams Spain
15 Viet Doan Australia
16 Kevin Nguyen USA
16 Antonio Mitchell USA
16 Ricardo Paul England
16 Devon Lindner USA
16 Mark Sindayen USA
16 Clinton Barbadillo USA
16 Antonio Roseboro USA
16 Ashwin Lucas USA
16 Tave Jackson USA
16 Bader Almualim USA
16 Michael Lee USA
16 Steven Cao USA
16 Justin Woodard USA
16 Youcef Djoudi France
16 Diogo Montenegro Brazil
16 Scott Schulze USA
16 Greg Brant  USA

Classic Men’s Physique Results

1 George Peterson USA
2 Steve Laureus USA
3 Courage Opara USA
4 Keone Pearson USA
5 Khaled Chikhaoui Canada
6 Ricky Moten USA
7 Jason Lowe USA
8 Ro’Vonte Moody USA
9 Fabio Lopes Portugal
10 Wesley Vissers Netherlands
11 Ali Emre Turkey
12 Dion Harris USA
13 Elijah Loreno USA
14 Lehjuan Jones USA
15 David Martinez Campos Spain
16 Panexce Pierre USA
16 Charles Curtis USA

2019 IFBB Arnold Pro Men’s Wheelchair Results

1 Harold Kelley USA
2 Kris Dim USA
3 Anand Arnold India
4 Joshua Rucker USA
5 Tyler Brey USA
6 Joshua Foster USA

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Brandon Curry Upsets Defending Champion William Bonac;  Wins 1st Arnold Classic USA title and 3rd Arnold Worldwide crown

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Brandon “The Prodigy” Curry, a veteran from Murfreesboro, Tenn., scored a stunning win over defending champion William Bonac to win the 31st Arnold Classic at the 2019 Arnold Sports Festival.

Curry, with his wife Brandy Leaver and four children in the audience, won the Arnold Classic for the first time. He also owns wins at the 2013 Arnold Classic Brasil and 2017 Arnold Classic Australia.

Curry received congratulations from Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, a check for $130,000, a Tony Nowak Official Champions Jacket, and the champion’s trophy from Carol Zawadzki of Midway Labs USA and Steve Slater of ROGUE Fitness.

Bonac, of the Netherlands, who won the 2018 Arnold Classic and finished fourth at the 2018 Mr. Olympia finished second. Curry received $75,000 and a medal from VPX Sports and Jan Tana. Bonac took home an additional $10,000 for Most Muscular.

In a surprise, Luke Sandoe of the United Kingdom, competing in the Arnold Classic for just the second time, finished third. He received a check for $50,000 and a medal from Europa Sports and Animal.

Cedric McMillan, the 2017 champion from Heath Springs, S.C., was fourth and received $30,000 and a medal from ALLMAX and Blackstone Labs.

Roelly Winklaar of the Netherlands finished fifth and received $15,000 from Rule One Protein / Rivalus and Pure Protein.

Steve Kuclo of Dallas, Texas was sixth received $10,000 from Ricart Automotive and Monster Energy / Muscle Monster.

Also competing and finishing seventh through 12th, respectively, were Rafael Brandao (Brasil), Josh Lenartowicz (Australia), Akim Williams (Pompton Lakes, N.J), Victor Martinez (New York, New York), Charles Dixon (Greenville, S.C) and Mikhail Volinkin (Uzbekistan). Lenartowicz received $10,000 for the Ed Corney Best Posing Award.

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