2023 Legion Sports Fest Pro Results — Charles Griffen Wins Bodybuilding Title

8 Champions Emerge at 2023 Legion Sports Fest Pro: Path to Mr. Olympia Intensifies

2023 Legion Sports Fest Results
2023 Legion Sports Fest Results

Reno, NV, October 7-8 – The Legion Sports Fest Pro 2023 concluded with a display of outstanding talent and discipline. Eight champions were crowned across diverse bodybuilding divisions, marking a pivotal point in the journey to the eminent 2023 Mr. Olympia competition in Orlando, Florida. Charles Griffen took home the title in Men’s Open, with Terrence Ruffin in Classic Physique, Kyron Holden in Men’s Physique, Jessica Reyes Padilla in Figure, Taylor Learmont in Fitness, Aimee Delgado in Bikini, Julia Monroe in Women’s Physique, and Victoria Reyes Villa in Wellness.

Set against the scenic backdrop of Reno, Nevada, the Legion Sports Fest Pro served as one of the last platforms for these athletes to secure their spot at Mr. Olympia, slated for November 2-5 in the Orange County Convention Center. Unlike previous years, the Olympia qualification process has been revamped. Athletes can no longer rely on the points system. To be in the limelight at Olympia, they need to emerge victorious at a Pro show, adding an intense layer of competition to the season.

The road to Olympia became particularly grueling this year. To qualify, athletes either had to secure a top-three finish in the previous year, a top-five in the Men’s Open, or clinch a win at an event. However, for those with an Olympia title under their belt, they are granted lifetime eligibility.

As the 2023 season moves towards its climax, spectators and enthusiasts were not just fixated on the winners but also on potential threats like Justin Rodriguez, John Jewett, Vitor Boff, Mokhamed El Emam, Jan Turek, and Dorian Haywood, who brought their A-game to the arena.

With the Reno chapter now closed, all eyes are on the Olympia stage where these champions will represent the epitome of bodybuilding talent. The full results from the show have been announced. Below, check out the full breakdown, along with an official scorecards.

2023 Legion Sports Fest Pro Winners

  • Men’s Open: Charles Griffen
  • Classic Physique: Terrence Ruffin
  • Men’s Physique: Kyron Holden
  • Fitness: Taylor Learmont
  • Figure: Jessica Reyes Padilla
  • Bikini: Aimee Delgado
  • Women’s Physique: Julia Monroe
  • Wellness: Victoria Reyes Villa

2023 Legion Sports Fest Pro Results (Top 10)

Men’s Open

  • First Place — Charles Griffen
  • Second Place — John Jewett
  • Third Place — Justin Rodriguez
  • Fourth Place — Vitor Boff
  • Fifth Place — Eric Wood
  • Sixth Place — Maxx Charles
  • Seventh Place — Joel Thomas
  • Eighth Place — Martin Hernandez
  • Ninth Place — Dorian Haywood
  • Tenth Place — Denis Reinhold

Classic Physique

  • First Place — Terrence Ruffin
  • Second Place — Logan Franklin
  • Third Place — Daryn Shirbayev
  • Fourth Place — Kellen Wilson
  • Fifth Place — Jorge Herrera
  • Sixth Place — Yosef Karimyan
  • Seventh Place — Jerark Toribio Perez
  • Eighth Place — Wilfredo Victoria
  • Ninth Place — Michael Lopez
  • Tenth Place — Lucas Di Santi

Men’s Physique

  • First Place — Kyron Holden
  • Second Place — Erin Banks
  • Third Place — Andre Ferguson
  • Fourth Place — Reuben Glass
  • Fifth Place — Tyler Smith
  • Sixth Place — Sharif Reid
  • Seventh Place — Jamal Everette
  • Eighth Place — Serge Victor
  • Ninth Place — Tan Dhaliwal
  • Tenth Place — Roberto Lima


  • First Place — Taylor Learmont
  • Second Place — Kristin Pope
  • Third Place — Kayla Rossi
  • Fourth Place — Andrea Glass
  • Fifth Place — Jenny Worth
  • Sixth Place — Corina Harkelroad
  • Seventh Place — Danielle Chikeles
  • Eighth Place — Trishanti Rocke
  • Ninth Place — Heather Coscia
  • Tenth Place — Danielle Delikat


  • First Place — Jessica Reyes Padilla
  • Second Place — Christine Stearns
  • Third Place — Sophie Jenkins
  • Fourth Place — Stacey Steiner
  • Fifth Place — Lacy Schlimmer
  • Sixth Place — Jennifer Johnson
  • Seventh Place — Stephanie Koerber
  • Eighth Place — Crystal Garcia
  • Ninth Place — Daniella Means
  • Tenth Place — Shelace Shoemaker


  • First Place — Aimee Delgado
  • Second Place — Lacy Rutland
  • Third Place — Aisha Kaipova
  • Fourth Place — Erika Devera
  • Fifth Place — Abbi Gaetano
  • Sixth Place — Lena Okanovic
  • Seventh Place — Tianna Weymouth
  • Eighth Place — Nikia Hovey
  • Ninth Place — Courtney Walton
  • Tenth Place — Jill Humphrey

Women’s Physique

  • First Place — Julia Monroe
  • Second Place — Susan Graham
  • Third Place — Rachel Reid
  • Fourth Place — JiHye Lee
  • Fifth Place — Jodi Marchuck
  • Sixth Place — Anna-Lena Prinz
  • Seventh Place — Laura Richards
  • Eighth Place — Katie Nyland
  • Ninth Place — Laura Pyszora
  • Tenth Place — Suzan Oktay


  • First Place — Victoria Reyes Villa
  • Second Place — Jennifer Zollars
  • Third Place — Simara Walter
  • Fourth Place — Rian Choi
  • Fifth Place — Elena Sandaevskaia
  • Sixth Place — Sina Maria Teresa
  • Seventh Place — Jasmine Payne
  • Eighth Place — Natasha Peay
  • Ninth Place — Christine Ford
  • Tenth Place — HyeYoon Kim
Published on October 9, 2023 at 1:23 am
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