2023 Men’s Physique Olympia Results — Ryan Terry Wins

Ryan Terry takes out Erin Banks and win the Men’s Physique division at the 2023 Olympia.

2023 Mens Physique Olympia Results
2023 Men's Physique Olympia Results

At the 2023 Men’s Physique Olympia, contenders fought for the sport’s most coveted title. In the end, Ryan Terry won gold after a fiercely competitive final on Saturday, November 4. 

Fans awaited the Men’s Physique action eagerly. Last year, Erin Banks stunned the world by winning both the Arnold Classic and Men’s Physique Olympia, narrowly beating Brandon Hendrickson. Erin Banks confidently entered the 2023 Legion Sports Fest Pro to, unfortunately, take second to Kyron Holden. This year saw the return of big names including Jeremy Buendia. 

Saturday night saw an impressive lineup with Ryan Terry and Brandon Hendrickson squaring off with impeccable back development. After a heated fight, Ryan Terry’s defined midsection was enough to set him apart from the rest of his rivals.  

2023 Olympia Men’s Physique Results

  • Winner — Ryan Terry $50,000
  • Second Place — Brandon Hendrickson $20,000
  • Third Place — Erin Banks $12,000
  • Fourth Place — Emanuel Hunter $7,000
  • Fifth Place — Diogo Montenegro $6,000
  • Sixth Place — Corey Morris
  • Seventh Place — Kyron Holden
  • Eighth Place — Jeremy Buendia
  • Ninth Place — Vitor Chaves
  • Tenth Place — Jeremy Potvin


2023 Olympia Men Physique Scorecard 1
2023 Olympia Men Physique Scorecard 1
2023 Olympia Men Physique Scorecard 2
2023 Olympia Men Physique Scorecard 2

Men’s Physique Olympia Winners

  • 2022: Erin Banks
  • 2021: Brandon Hendrickson
  • 2020: Brandon Hendrickson
  • 2019: Raymont Edmonds
  • 2018: Brandon Hendrickson
  • 2017: Jeremy Buendia
  • 2016: Jeremy Buendia
  • 2015: Jeremy Buendia
  • 2014: Jeremy Buendia
  • 2013: Mark Anthony Wingson

2023 Mr. Olympia Friday Night Results

Published on November 4, 2023 at 9:15 pm
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