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2007 NABBA Mr. World - Prejudging
2007 NABBA Mr. World - Prejudging

2007 NABBA Mr. World – Prejudging (Download)

AUD $12.50

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Duration:  147 mins

The big surprise was the very strong Czech team as the results clearly show. An amazing performance of note was the victory by Bernie Cooper in the Masters Over 50 Class.

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2007 NABBA Mr. World – Prejudging

Sunny Malta in the Mediterranean was host to the NABBA World Championships, held at the famous Dolmen resort at Bugibba. All classes were keenly contested in a very tough and even competition. The men’s contest produced a super high standard and amazing quality in every class. In this DVD see the COMPLETE men’s prejudging with round one, then every single posing routines and every callout comparison in Round 3. A bonanza of hard core muscle.

The big surprise was the very strong Czech team as the results below clearly show. An amazing performance of note was the victory by Bernie Cooper in the Masters Over 50 Class. He showed improvement on his winning condition from the 2006 NABBA Universe. He is an absolute marvel! Also of note was the great posing routine by eventual class 4 and overall winner Marilandio Ponchet of Brazil.

MR. Class 3 winner Petr Vanis – Czech Rep. is featured front cover above. See more pictures of Petr and the Czech team here.

Each of the Round 3 sets of comparisons were hard fought with every guy giving it his all. Not one set of comparisons has been omitted in this year’s DVD. We did this instead of having a photo gallery which will be in the Men – Show DVD.

Click here to read Wayne’s contest report from the 2007 NABBA Worlds.

Photos by Raymond Cassar and Wayne Gallasch.

Complete Men’s Results:

OVERALL WINNER : Marilandio Ponchet – Brazil

 

Masters Over 40

1 Pierre Mifsud – Malta
2 Gruiter Yande – Holland
3 Giannis Anagnostou – Greece
4 Giadio Galea – Malta
5 Michael Vostry – Germany
6 Stefan Nonn – Germany
UNPLACED
    Peter Brady – Ireland
Yanislav Tachev – Bulgaria
Bozkurt Aziz – Holland
Lawrence Civelli – Malta
Kaggelaris Giorgos – Greece
Pierre Perrier – France

Masters Over 50

1 Bernie Cooper – UK
2 Graham Park – UK
3 Josef Rac – Czech Rep
4 Tony Rizzo – Australia
5 Sam Metcalfe – Scotland
6 Andrzej Brzezinski- Poland
UNPLACED
Valery Loktinov – Russia
Sten Wikstorm – Sweden
Gus Walsh – Ireland

Juniors

1 Darren Borg – Malta
2 Nathan De Asha – UK
3 Dennis Revello – Germany
4 Vladimir Djurovic – Serbia
5 Milan Savic – Serbia
6 Saso Simoncic – Slovenia
UNPLACED
    Lukas Papp – Slovakia
Ilya Yakoulev – Ukraine

MR. Class  4  

1 Marilandio Ponchet – Brazil
2 Jaroslav Vosmik – Czech Rep
3 Simon Horsell – Wales/UK
4 Michael Jurgen – Belgium
5 Timo Moisio – Finland
6 James Salmond – Scotland/UK
7 Jim Kotantonis – Australia
8 Sebastien Zozi – France

MR. Class  3

1 Petr Vanis – Czech Rep
2 Justin Trollope – Wales/UK
3 Charles Duca – Australia
4 Ian Sturrock – Scotland/UK
5 Carlos Caruna – Malta
6 Eric Cagnard- France
UNPLACED
    Patrick Croonen – Belgium
Tsournovitis – Greece
Jaroslav Cink – Czech Republic
Donatello Pisani – Malta

MR. Class  2

1 Martin Kasal – Czech Rep
2 Dave Fox – N.Ireland/UK
3 Stratos Argirakis – Greece
4 Domenic Scheda – Malta
5 John Bridge- UK
6 Sergji Bezshchasnyi- Ukraine
UNPLACED
    Relu Gaucu – Ireland
Nikola Mihajlovic – Serbia
Nick Moody – Australia
Gary Wilson – Scotland
Viacheslav Romanenko – Russia
Sergey Noterzor – Russia
Maciej Jaskiewicz – Poland
Bruno Matia – France
Toursten Bunte – Germany
Eric Eifler – Germany

MR. Class  1

1 Radek Lonc – Czech Rep
2 Libor Vobornak – Czech Rep
3 Gorai Volodymyr – Ukraine
4 Arthur Andrade – Brazil
5 Gerhard Geubtner – Germany
6 Simone Anichini- Italy
UNPLACED
    Mark Taylor – Australia
Robert Morrando – Australia
Gasper Grom – Slovenia
Jurgen Dietrich – Germany