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1989 NABBA World Championships: Women – Prejudging (Download)

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The big stars were TATJANA SCHOLL (Germany), Tracey Citrone (UK), Jackie McKnight (Australia), Sabine Wick (Germany), Leisa Campbell (Australia) and Beate Plank (Austria).

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1989 NABBA World Championships: Women – Prejudging

1989 NABBA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: MUSCLES & SWEAT IN THE MEDITERRANEAN

80 of the World’s top physiques from U.K., Germany, Italy, Spain, U.S.A. Australia and other European countries gathered to do battle in the scenic and steamy seaside town of Alicante, Spain – on the famous Costa Blanca.

The big stars were TATJANA SCHOLL (Germany), Tracey Citrone (UK), Jackie McKnight (Australia), Sabine Wick (Germany), Leisa Campbell (Australia) and Beate Plank (Austria). Sabine Wick had the most awesome biceps.  Easily the best in the world in her time.  SCHOLL was simply awesome.

Leisa Campbell Photo Gallery

See all 4 classes of  WOMEN’S PREJUDGING being Short and Tall Classes for both PHYSIQUE and FIGURE. From posing routines to key comparisons, this video has it all.

Figure

In the WOMEN’S FIGURE SHORT CLASS the French star MURIEL SEVIGNON gave her all to the judges to win her class, but even she was no match for the mighty Austrian BEATE PLANK who later went on to win the Overall Figure Class Posedown.

There were many upsets in the WOMEN’S FIGURE TALL CLASS  when the muscular, shapely figure of BEATE PLANK of Austria won out against the graceful curves of Universe champion TRACEY CITRONE. This reversed the decision of the different set of judges just 2 weeks earlier at the NABBA Universe.

Physique

The WOMEN’S PHYSIQUE SHORT CLASS exhibited sensational hard core feminine muscle – some of the best in the World, including future Olympia competitors RAFAELA BRUCK and TANIA PANZA of Italy.   Tatjana Scholl, massive and ripped, and much too good for the others, was a convincing winner.

Women’s Physique (Tall) class was another eye-opener with a major battle between the German SABINE WICK and Australia’s LEISA CAMPBELL.  Leisa met her match in the over all pose-down and went down to the Short Class Champion, the great German star TATJANA SCHOLL.

The event was also taped by us for Spanish television and we enjoyed fantastic lighting – the best we have ever experiences at a contest.  The extreme summer temperature of 100 degrees F plus, and the hot lights produced buckets of sweat from competitors as they battled it out through 12 hours of judging and show.

At the Show we used a second camera team to compliment our close-up camera which concentrated on  extreme close-ups throughout the prejudging and the show.  In the prejudging tapes you will see the individual posing routines of all 50 men and all 30 women, plus the round 3 comparisons.

RESULTS  WOMEN

FIGURE CLASS 1 – TALL

1. Beate Plank – Austria
2. Tracey Citrone – UK
3. Stephanie Wehr – Germany
4. Mary Scott – UK
5. Claudia Klein – Austria
6. Alison Eyre – Australia

FIGURE CLASS 2 – SHORT

1. Muriel Sevignon – France
2. Marion Klappert – Germany
3. Jackie McKnight – Australia
4. Elizabeth Resch – Austria
5. Cathy Simian – France
6. Jeanette Harper – Australia
7. Murella Cotella – Italy
8. Ana Anon – Spain
9. Anparo Ramos Berruefo – Spain

OVERALL NABBA MISS WORLD FIGURE: Beate Plank – Austria

PHYSIQUE CLASS 1 – TALL

1. Leisa Campbell – Australia
2. Sabine Wick – Germany
3. Ella Hank – Germany
4. Jackie Cook – Australia
5. Rina Howard – South Africa
6. Florence Chantereau – France

PHYSIQUE CLASS 2 – SHORT

1. Tatjana Scholl – Germany
2. Rafaella Bruck – Italy
3. Tania Panza – Italy
4. Irene Nickole – Australia
5. Maria Edite – Spain
6. Giovanna Ustolim – Italy
7. Michel Mollard – France
8. Kathy Wilson – Australia
9. Petra Thysee – South Africa