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2022 Mr. Olympia Callout Report — Fitness, 212, Figure, Women’s Physique, Ms. Olympia, and Wellness

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The 2022 Olympia weekend officially began on Friday, Dec. 16, 2022. As the respective champions in all 11 divisions are sorted out over the weekend, the all-important initial callout reports will set the table for the potential respective victors. After the callouts and pre-judging portion of the competition concludes, the Finals will begin at 6:00 p.m. EST on…
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The 2022 Olympia weekend officially began on Friday, Dec. 16, 2022. As the respective champions in all 11 divisions are sorted out over the weekend, the all-important initial callout reports will set the table for the potential respective victors. After the callouts and pre-judging portion of the competition concludes, the Finals will begin at 6:00 p.m. EST on Friday for six of the participating divisions.

Fans can watch the action unfold by purchasing a pay-per-view premium package for $69.99 at the Olympia website — www.olympiaproductions.com.

As each of the callout reports is finalized for every division, Breaking Muscle will update this page accordingly with the results.

2022 Olympia Callout Reports

Fitness

Respective callouts for the Fitness Olympia portion of the contest began the day. With defending champion Whitney Jones withdrawing at the last minute, the division saw extra attention with a new victor assured. The 2020 Fitness Olympia champion and 2021 runner-up Missy Truscott appeared poised to regain her title with the opening selection.

The callouts for the Fitness division were based on the athletes’ physique. That will comprise one-third of their overall score. Olympia commentator Bob Cicherillo noted that four-time Fitness Olympia winner Oksana Grishina withdrew due to an injury that occurred during her competition prep.

Whoever was first and last amongst the callouts would be frontrunners after the round concluded, making this portion particularly important. Judges get a better look at the athletes by shifting them around during callouts.

Here are the results of the callouts for the 20 Fitness Olympia competitors:

Callout 1

  • Minna Pajulahti
  • Stephanie Jones
  • Tamara Vahn
  • Missy Truscott
  • Jaclyn Baker
  • Ariel Khadr
  • Michelle Fredua-Mensah
  • Allison Kramer

Callout 2

  • Anna Chism
  • Sarah Kovach
  • Aurika Tyrgale
  • Michaela Pavleova
  • Terra Plum

Callout 3

  • Danielle Chikeles
  • Danielle DaCosta
  • Andrea Glass
  • Abby Bolton
  • Corrine Elizabeth Bean
  • Alix Small

Callout 4

  • Jaclyn Baker
  • Missy Truscott

The leaders for the Fitness Olympia crown after pre-judging were Truscott and Jaclyn Baker, who were compared in the final callout. They head into Friday’s Finals as the Fitness favorites.

212

The transition of defending champion Derek Lunsford to the Men’s Open division meant that the 212 category would also see a new winner crowned. This portion of the contest featured 28 different athletes competing for the 212 title, such as former victors Shaun Clarida (2020) and Kamal Elgargni (2019).

With formal introductions behind them, the largest field in the 212 Olympia’s history had to be evaluated by the judges. As usual, the first and last callouts would get a pole position. Clarida was the only athlete who did not move from the first callout.

Here are how the callouts shook out for the 212 division.

Callout 1

  • Kerrith Bajjo
  • Ahmad Ashkanani
  • Kamal Elgargni
  • Shaun Clarida
  • Angel Calderon Frias
  • Oleh Kryvyi
  • Keone Pearson

Callout 2

  • Naser Mohamed
  • Yunlong Ping
  • Bryan Balzano
  • Felipe Moraes
  • Dean White
  • Radoslav Angelov

Callout 3

  • Oswaldo Gonzalez
  • Mohamed El Azim
  • Lucas Silva Coelho
  • Peter Molnar
  • Dectric Lewis

Callout 4

  • Abdullah Alsaif
  • Anwar Al Balushi
  • Douglas Connor
  • Ahmed Fawzi
  • Eduardo Correa
  • Daniel Sticco
  • Romain Ramassamy

Callout 5 

  • Kerrith Bajjo
  • Oleh Kryvyi
  • Keone Pearson
  • Ahmad Ashkanani
  • Felipe Moraes

Callout 6

  • Shaun Clarida
  • Kamal Elgargni
  • Angel Calderon Frias

In the last callout, it was a three-way battle between two former champions in Clarida and Elgargni and Angel Calderon Frias. This trio will head into Friday’s Finals as the frontrunners.

Figure

Just like the 212 division, the 2022 Figure Olympia’s roster was the largest in the division’s history. Five-time champion Cydney Gillon had her sights set on a sixth title, with 38 other athletes trying to topple her.

With introductions out of the way, the callouts by the judges proceeded as usual. Here is how the Figure Olympia athletes fared in pre-judging:

Callout 1 

  • Stephanie Gibson
  • Nicole Zenobia Graham
  • Jossie Nathali ALarcon Beceera
  • Cydney Gillon
  • Lola Montez
  • Jessica Reyes Padilla
  • Natalia Soltero
  • Maria Luisa Baeza Diaz

Callout 2 

  • LaToyia Farley
  • Nadia Bradford
  • Shanice Abrams
  • An Da Jeong
  • Ericka Morales Morgan
  • Rhea Gayle
  • Maggie Watson
  • Angelita Lopez

Callout 3 

  • Paula Ranta
  • Jennifer Zienert
  • Bojana Vasilijevic
  • Wendy Fortino
  • Tereza Linhartova
  • Adela Ondrejovicova
  • Hanwool Park

Callout 4

  • Mauda Exantus
  • Karina Grau
  • Julia V. Waring
  • Zulfiya Bitiyeva
  • Autumn Cleveland
  • Felecia Harris
  • Julia Champlin
  • Akana Yukhno

Callout 5 

  • Samantha Jerring
  • Nadine Claudia Huber
  • Rejoice Godwin
  • Anna Gasior
  • Shelace Shoemaker
  • Lena Ramsteiner
  • Valerie Ratelle
  • Gabriela Linhartova

Callout 6 

  • Maria Luisa Baeza Diaz
  • Stephanie Gibson
  • Natalia Soltero
  • Nicole Zenobia Graham
  • Ericka Morales Morgan
  • Nadia Bradford

Callout 7

  • Jossie Nathali Alarcon Becerra
  • Lola Montez
  • Jessica Reyes Padilla
  • Cydney Gillon

Ultimately, Gillon stayed in the center position the entire time during the first callout. Jessica Reyes Padilla, Lola Montez, and Jossie Becerra make up the rest of the top four for the Figure athletes into the Finals.

Women’s Physique

In the Women’s Physique division, two-time defending champion Sarah Villegas was trying to establish a dynasty with a third-straight championship. Twenty-three other competitors stood in her path.

With initial introductions out of the way, here are how the callouts and prejudging reports came out for the Women’s Physique Olympia.

Callout 1

  • Anne-Lorraine Mohn 
  • Jeannie Feldman
  • Barbara Menage
  • Natalia Abraham Coelho
  • Sarah Villegas
  • Brooke Walker
  • Ivie Rhein
  • Melissa Teich

Callout 2

  • Ji Hye Lee
  • Ashley Jones
  • Marie-Solange Essoh
  • Winsome White
  • Evon Pennington
  • Christelle Zarovska

Callout 3

  • Sophie Leo
  • Antoinette Downie
  • Kristy Cox
  • Victoria Myslik
  • Chelsey Worster
  • Raluca Raducu
  • Claudia Gabriela de Leon Pardo

Callout 4

  • Natalia Abraham Coelho
  • Sarah Villegas

Seemingly to the surprise of no one, Villegas and the 2021 runner-up in Natalia Abraham Coelho stood in the center during the first callout and were alone during the last callout. They head into the Finals as the favorites, looking to square off once again.

Here is the entire schedule for the 2022 Olympia weekend. (Note: All listed times are in Eastern Standard time.)

Friday, Dec. 16, 2022

9:00 a.m. — Pre-Judging

  • Fitness Olympia
  • 212 Olympia
  • Figure Olympia
  • Women’s Physique Olympia
  • Ms. Olympia
  • Wellness Olympia

6:00 p.m. — Finals

  • 212 Olympia
  • Fitness Olympia
  • Figure Olympia
  • Women’s Physique Olympia
  • Ms. Olympia
  • Wellness Olympia

6:00 p.m. — Mr. Olympia Pre-Judging

Saturday, Dec. 17, 2022

9:00 a.m. — Pre-Judging

  • Classic Physique Olympia
  • Men’s Physique Olympia
  • Bikini Olympia
  • Wheelchair Olympia — Pre-Judging and Finals

7:00 p.m. — Finals

  • Mr. Olympia
  • Men’s Physique Olympia
  • Bikini Olympia
  • Classic Physique Olympia

Breaking Muscle will continue to update this page accordingly as the callouts from every division at the 2022 Olympia are finalized.

Featured image: @mrolympiallc on Instagram

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