The 2022 Yamamoto France Pro was a 2022 Mr. Olympia qualifier, which took place from September 30 to October 1, in Lille, France over the weekend. A total of four bodybuilding divisions were featured from Men’s Open, Classic Physique, Men’s Physique, and Bikini.
Time is running out for bodybuilders to earn an invitation to 2022 Mr. Olympia. The qualification deadline is rapidly approaching for the biggest event of the year. Athletes will have until November 20, to secure a coveted invitation. This year’s Mr. O will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada from December 15 – 18.
There are already a number of athletes qualified to compete this winter. Any Men’s Open competitor who placed in the top five at 2021 Olympia last year are automatically invited for this year’s show. Additionally, any bodybuilder outside of the Men’s Open division who placed in the top three have also received an automatic qualification.
2022 Yamamoto France Pro Winners
Check Out Who Won The 2022 Yamamoto France Pro Below:
- Men’s Open: Patrick Johnson
- Classic Physique: Wesley Vissers
- Men’s Physique: Emile Walker
- Bikini: Ottavia Mazza
2022 Yamamoto France Pro Results
Fans were highly anticipating the Men’s Open battle between fifth place 2022 Arnold UK finisher Marc Hector and runner-up Patrick Johnson. They both made meaningful improvements to their physique and pushed each other on stage. In the end, Patrick Johnson earned first place and punched his ticket to 2022 Mr. Olympia.
- Winner — Patrick Johnson
- Second Place — Marc Hector
- Third Place — Jamie Christian-Johal
- Fourth Place — Sarhan Sarhan
- Fifth Place — Ossama Ashour
- Sixth Place — Anton Bippus
- Seventh Place — Kille Kujala
- Eighth Place — Martin Hernandez
- Ninth Place — Rob Cannon
- Tenth Place — Lionel Beyeke
Best posing award: Jamie Christian-Johal
The Classic Physique division delivered an entertaining contest this weekend. During prejudging, Valeri Enchev emerged as a name to watch given his sharp conditioning. And while momentum swung in his direction at first, Wesley Vissers pulled off the victory and earned his invitation to Olympia — bodybuilding’s most talked about event of the year.
- Winner — Wesley Vissers
- Second Place — Valeri Enchev
- Third Place — Christian Zagarella
- Fourth Place — Woilid Baatout
- Fifth Place — Craig Morton
- Sixth Place — Mohamad Al Baghdadi
- Seventh Place — Luca Corrado
- Eighth Place — Jesus Rodriguez Sendra
- Ninth Place — Shane Cullen
- Tenth Place — Dhorel Yengo-Fouani
- Winner — Emile Walker
- Second Place — Sidy Pouye
- Third Place — Lorenzo Giachetti
- Fourth Place — Omar Suleiman
- Fifth Place — Tunde Hassan
- Sixth Place — Isaac Francis
- Seventh Place — Djallel Feidi
- Eighth Place — Tyler Smith
- Ninth Place — Daniel Leone
- Tenth Place — Jean Desulme
Bikini competitors threw down in France with some spectacular packages. Eli Fernandez arguably brought one of the best looks of her career. After a heated contest, Ottavia Mazza won the Bikini title at the 2022 Yamamoto France Pro.
- Winner — Ottavia Mazza
- Second Place — Eli Fernandez
- Third Place — Allison Testu
- Fourth Place — Ester Oczella
- Fifth Place — Rukiye Solak
- Sixth Place — Demi Chow
- Seventh Place — Kerry Sexton
- Eighth Place — Martyna Derlat
- Ninth Place — Eleonora Sundas
- Tenth Place — Chiara Smiljanic
2022 Yamamoto France Pro Official Scorecards
Fitness Volt congratulates the winners this weekend and we are excited to see them perform on the Olympia stage!
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