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2008 NABBA Worlds Greece - Men's Prejudging

2008 NABBA Mr. World Championships: Prejudging (Download)

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All classes were keenly contested in a very tough and even competition. The men’s contest produced a super high standard yet again, and amazing quality in every class. In this video see the COMPLETE MEN’S PREJUDGING starting with round one, then every single posing routines and every call-out comparison in Round 3.

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2008 NABBA World Championships: Men – Prejudging

Greece was this year host to the NABBA World Championships, held at the famous resort at Katerini, near Thessaloniki.

All classes were keenly contested in a very tough and even competition. The men’s contest produced a super high standard yet again, and amazing quality in every class.

In this DVD see the COMPLETE MEN’S PREJUDGING starting with round one, then every single posing routines and every callout comparison in Round 3.  The very strong Russian and Czech teams were no surprise this year. It was a standout result for Eastern Europe as the results below clearly show.

2008 NABBA  World Championships – The Results

MEN

OVERALL NABBA MR. WORLD: Tomas Bures – Czech Rep.

Masters Over 40 

1. Mikhail Bryukhanov – Russia
2. Jindrich Popelar – Czech Rep.
3. Marilandio Ponchet – Brazil
4. Karel Branny – Czech Rep.
5. Jovce Vasilevski – Macedonia
6. Pierre Perrier – France
7. Claudio Galea – Malta
8. Ernst Barnet – Austria
NP
Philippe L’Hoir – France
Filipo Territo – Belgium
Peter Brady – Ireland
Uwe Horter – Germany
Ladislav Andreiko – Greece
Sandor Sere – Romania

Masters Over 50
1. Josef Rac – Czech Rep.
2. Graham Park – UK
3. Andrzej Brzezinski – Poland
4. Jörg Busse – Germany
5. Sam Metcalfe – Scotland
6. Luiz Flavio Felicio – Brazil
7. Gus Walsh – Ireland

Junior Class
1. Peter Lovenjak – Slovenia
2. Graison Horn – South Africa
3. Imer Jetullahu – Rep. of Kosovo
4. Vladimir Durovic – Serbien
5. Christian Weidmann – Germany
6. Georgios Sarmpinov – Greece
7. Richard Price – UK
8. Ioannis Paschas – Greece

Men’s Class 4 
1. Christian Lacoche – France
2. Fernando Luiz – Brazil
3. Ian Sturrock – UK
4. Raphael Chevalier – France
5. Marco Parisi – Italy
6. Michal Benda – Czech Rep.
7. Jimmy Salmond – UK
8. Andreas Blecher – Germany
NP
Vojtech Koritensky – Czech Rep.
Predrag Milosevic – Serbia
Lee Callaghan – UK
Samo Simoncic – Slovenia
Timo Moisio – Finland
Shaku Mazllom – Rep. of Kosovo
Sebastian Fulvio – France

Men’s Class 3
1. Vladimir Belousov – Russia
2. Naser Albelooshi – UAE
3. Dominique Vernay – France
4. Tarif Al Ghannama – UAE
5. Arthur Baron – South Africa
6. Justin Trollope – UK
7. Aleksandr Shapovalenko – Russia
8. Kostas Gakis – Greece
NP
Roman Marsalek – Czech Rep.
Jaroslav Cink – Czech Rep.
Jagtar Singh – India
Euaggelos Kourkounis – Greece

Men’s Class 2 
1. Tomas Bures – Czech Rep.
2. Miha Zupan – Slovenia
3 .Neil Browne – Ireland
4. Tadas Blazys – Lithuania
5. Gintaras Gorodnicenko – Lithuania
6. Anastasios Minidis – Greece
7. Josef Muzik – Czech Rep.
8. Michal Kvapil – Czech Rep.
NP
David Kirwin – Australia
Lucky Hatzipantellis – Australia
Sergey Noterzor – Russia
Andrej Krstikevik – Macedonia
Pierre Francisco – Brazil
Marko Petrovic – Serbia
Ramunas Tarvidas – Lithuania
Mukesh Singh – India
Sherel Heronimo – Holland
Alon Zukerman – Israel
Chris Kousis – Greece

Men’s Class 1 
1. Marius Dohne – South Africa
2. Pavel Vacek – Czech Rep.
3. Radek Lonc – Czech Rep.
4. Paulius Jasiukaitis – Lithuania
5. Evgeny Petrov – Russia
6. Sergio Monteiro Gomes – Brazil
7. Carlos Bisotto – Brazil
8. Vlastimil Kalas – Czech Rep.
NP
Mark Taylor – Australia
Jurgen Dietrich – Germany
Bostjan Renko – Slovenia
Anil Raj – India