The bodybuilding season is heating up as the 2023 Lenda Murray Atlanta Pro Supershow is here and took place from July 15-16. This mega-competition featured a total of nine IFBB Pro League divisions including, Classic Physique, Men’s Physique, 212 Men’s Bodybuilding, Women’s Physique, Wellness, Bikini, Fitness, Women’s Bodybuilding, and Figure.
This show holds special significance since Lenda Murray’s name is attached to it. Her name will forever be etched in the Women’s Bodybuilding history books as an eight-time Olympia champion. She is a beloved figure in the industry and a great mentor to female bodybuilders around the world.
All competitors took to Atlanta, Georgia, aiming to earn their respective invites at this Olympia qualifier. This year’s 2023 Mr. Olympia show will take place in Orlando, Florida, inside the Orange County Convention Center from Nov. 2-5. It’s more challenging to qualify as there are fewer months in the season as the qualification period ends on Oct. 9.
2023 Lenda Murray Atlanta Pro Show Winners
- Men’s 212 Bodybuilding: John Jewett
- Classic Physique: Carlos Dommar
- Men’s Physique: Jeremy Potvin
- Women’s Physique: Amy McKown
- Wellness: Johanna Calcano
- Bikini: Tara Grier
- Fitness: Amber Steffen
- Women’s Bodybuilding: MayLa Ash
- Figure: Adela Ondrejovicova
2023 Lenda Murray Atlanta Pro Results
Men’s 212 Bodybuilding
The 212 division was on point during prejudging and the finals. Fans were impressed with the balance and upper bodies of Diego A. Guerra Montoya and John Jewett. Montoya last shined on stage at the 2023 New York Pro, where he took runner-up. Jewett has been out of action for a while and last battled at the 2021 Olympia in ninth place.
It was a tight competition that eventually saw John Jewett take first place. Diego A. Guerra Montoya had to once again settle for second. Jose Marte finished third with Jason Hebert taking fourth.
- Winner — John Jewett
- Second Place — Diego A. Guerra Montoya
- Third Place — Jose Marte
- Fourth Place — Jason Hebert
- Fifth Place — Francisco Mercado Jr.
- Sixth Place — Shane Stewart
- Seventh Place — Nate Telow
- Eighth Place — Kevin Johnson
- Ninth Place — Patrick Johns
Classic Physique stars took to the stage on Saturday. During prejudging and finals, fans were impressed with Anthony Barbera III. He brought a stellar physique with excellent structure and balance. Barbera last competed at the 2022 Olympia but was unable to place.
Carlos Dommar was another frontrunner who brought next-level conditioning. Dommar’s last show came at the 2022 Puerto Rico Pro, where he finished second. While it was close, Carlos Dommar secured the big victory, with Anthony Barbera III taking runner-up.
Also, Krimo Ammari and Matthew Greggo brought impressive looks. They walked away in third and fourth, respectively.
- Winner — Carlos Dommar
- Second Place — Anthony Barbera III
- Third Place — Krimo Ammari
- Fourth Place — Matthew Greggo
- Fifth Place — Jeremiah Willies
- Sixth Place — Zeek Andrews
- Seventh Place — Duquann Hinton
- Eighth Place — Miguel Dominguez
- Ninth Place — Keith Lanier
- Tenth Place — Tyler Tallent
The Men’s Physique category just keeps getting stronger and that was certainly the case this weekend. Ismael Dominguez and Jeremy P. Potvin appeared to be fighting for gold. Fans last saw Dominguez shine with incredible conditioning at the 2022 Sheru Classic Mexico Grand Battle where he finished fifth. Potvin’s last competition resulted in a runner-up spot at the recent 2023 Republic of Texas Pro.
After some close comparisons, Jeremy Potvin emerged with the win. Ismael Dominguez put in a strong effort but finished second. Ramses Rams and Rhyan Clark walked away in third and fourth respectively.
- Winner — Jeremy P. Potvin
- Second Place — Ismael Dominguez
- Third Place — Ramses Rams
- Fourth Place — Rhyan Clark
- Fifth Place — Clarence McSpadden
- Sixth Place — Deke Walker
- Seventh Place — Montae Bailey
- Eighth Place — John Stanley Sarmiento
- Ninth Place — Derrick Stevenson
- Tenth Place — Cordell Waddey
Athletes wasted no time battling on stage in the Women’s Physique category. By the time finals were going down, most thought it was a two-woman show between Marika Jones and Amy McKown. Jones is coming off an impressive seventh-place performance at the 2023 Optimum Classic Pro. In her way was McKown, who last shined in the 2023 Omaha Pro as a runner-up.
Ultimately, Amy McKown’s combination of muscularity, conditioning, and symmetry saw her win the show. Meanwhile, Marika Jones took second, with Kristyn Lia and Isabelle Jackson taking spots three and four.
- Winner — Amy McKown
- Second Place — Marika Jones
- Third Place — Kristyn Lia
- Fourth Place — Isabelle Jackson
- Fifth Place — Kristy McAulliffe
- Sixth Place — Renee Reefschlaeger
- Seventh Place — Sheena Washington
- Eighth Place — Justina Threadgill
- Ninth Place — Alison Serbentas
- Tenth Place — Heidi Noel Worrell-Osborne
The Wellness division is known for exceptional lower body development; this contest was no exception. During prejudging and the finals, Shelby Talon and Johanna Calcano demanded center stage. Talon last appeared on stage at the 2022 NPC National Championships. Calcano’s last competition meanwhile, took place at the 2023 Miami Muscle Beach Pro in third place. Ultimately, Calcano emerged victorious with Shelby Talon taking runner-up.
In addition, Cassandra Pennington earned third, with Edna Ferreira de Souza taking fourth, respectively.
- Winner — Johanna Calcano
- Second Place — Shelby Talon
- Third Place — Cassandra Pennington
- Fourth Place — Edna Ferreira de Souza
- Fifth Place — Maria Paulette Aranguren
- Sixth Place — Michelle Ibata
- Seventh Place — Casey DeLong
- Eighth Place — Keana Burr
- Ninth Place — Debora Paula de Oliveira
- Tenth Place — Amy Li
Bikini talent delivered a thrilling show in Atlanta this weekend. Out of the gate, the stage presentation, aesthetics, and slim waist of Tara Grier stood out. She last appeared on stage at the 2023 Republic of Texas Pro with an impressive fifth-place finish. Adair Libbrecht also held her own in comparisons and last competed at the 2023 Republic of Texas Pro in third place.
In the end, Tara Grier earned first place with Adair Libbrecht taking runner-up. In addition, Ashley Hampton finished third, and Savannah Dolezal, fourth.
- Winner — Tara Grier
- Second Place —Adair Libbrecht
- Third Place — Ashley Hampton
- Fourth Place — Savannah Dolezal
- Fifth Place — Lizzie Martinez
- Sixth Place — Jackie Cheney
- Seventh Place — Leah Walter
- Eighth Place — Alessia Facchin
- Ninth Place — Elisangela Angell
- Tenth Place — Niccole Guggia
As one of the most entertaining divisions in the IFBB Pro League, Fitness competitors delivered during prejudging and finals. Fans and judges agreed it was a fight for first between Allison Kramer and Amber Steffen. Kramer last competed at the 2022 Olympia in ninth while Amber Steffen last graced the 2023 Body BE 1 stage, where she earned runner-up.
Even though it was a close shaw, Amber Steffen came out on top in first place. Allison Kramer was a close second, with Aurika Tyrgale and Annaleise Varga in third and fourth.
- Winner — Amber Steffen
- Second Place — Allison Kramer
- Third Place — Aurika Tyrgale
- Fourth Place — Annaleise Varga
- Fifth Place — Michelle Gales
- Sixth Place — Kristin Pope
- Seventh Place — Stacy Dawn
- Eighth Place — Amanda Sink
- Ninth Place — Ashley Downes
- Tenth Place — Savahannah Byczek
With Lenda Murray’s name representing this show, it didn’t take long for judges to take a look at the Women’s Bodybuilding competitors. During prejudging and finals, it was clear Michaela Aycock and MayLa Ash were in the running for first. Aycock last appeared on the 2022 Olympia stage, where she placed sixth. Ash, on the other hand, last finished 11th at last year’s Olympia.
The lower body separation of MayLa Ash carried her to victory tonight, with Michael Aycock taking a close second. The podium rounded out with Selyka Givan in third, while Desunka Dawson finished fourth.
- Winner — MayLa Ash
- Second Place — Michaela Aycock
- Third Place — Selyka Givan
- Fourth Place — Desunka Dawson
- Fifth Place — LaDawn McDay
- Sixth Place — Wendy Sanchez
- Seventh Place — Tamara Makar
The Figure lineup was absolutely stacked on Saturday. Atlanta saw a number of competitors excite the audience with eye-catching looks. One contender, in particular, impressed the moment she stepped on stage, and that was Adela Ondrejovicova. She asserted herself as a threat in prejudging and didn’t let off the gas in the finals versus Shanice Abrams. Ondrejovicova last competed at the 2023 Mr. Big Evolution Pro Portugal, where she placed ninth. Abrams, however, last appeared on the 2022 Olympia stage and finished 14th.
By the end of the contest, Adela Ondrejovicova won gold, with Shanice Abrams taking second. The podium featured Lu Faustin in third, and Mariana Staccioli finished fourth.
- Winner — Adela Ondrejovicova
- Second Place — Shanice Abrams
- Third Place — Lu Faustin
- Fourth Place — Mariana Staccioli
- Fifth Place — Danielle Barros
- Sixth Place — Jossie Alarcon
- Seventh Place — Chunmi Kang
- Eighth Place — Virgie Santiago Serrano
- Ninth Place — Stephanie Caldwell
- Tenth Place — Sandee L. Lark
2023 Lenda Murray Atlanta Pro Supershow Scorecards
FitnessVolt congratulates the winners. We’re excited to see you shine on the Olympia stage in Nov!