Considered as the “World Cup” of bodybuilding, the Olympia reaches its 2022 edition with the promise of great performances for Brazil. The event takes place between the 15th and 18th of December in Las Vegas. The 16th and 17th will be the main ones, with the work starting on Saturday at 12h and going until 17h.
The challenge requires getting the better of a professional show, in addition to ranking throughout the season, by adding points for previous competitions – or for placing in the Olympia of the previous year. This Friday (16), professional athletes and amateur competitions will weigh in. On Saturday (17), there will be disputes for the titles of Mister Olympia and Miss Olympia.
Brazil well represented
For this year’s edition, there will be a record number of Brazilian representatives in the competition – there are 31 participants from the country, in 9 of the 11 categories in total. The most popular names are those of Ramon Dino – TOP 5 in the previous edition – and Alcione. See the names of Brazil for the shows and their respective categories below:
Diogo Montenegro Carlos de Oliveira Vincius Mateus Vitor Chaves Felipe Franco Edvan Palmeira
Ramon Rocha Queiroz Gabriel Zancanelli Junior Javorski
Lucas Coelho Felipe Moraes Eduardo Correa
Rafael Brandão Vitor Boff
Elisa Pecini Cristiane Silveira
Francielle Mattos Angela Borges Isa Pereira Nunes Giselle Machado Julia Chitarra Rayane Fogal Synara Santana Isamara Santos Michelle Ibata Andreia Gadelha Nadia Moreira Mari Carvalho
Leyvina Barros Alcione Barreto
Where to watch?
Olympia 2022 will be broadcast via Olympia TV in pay-per-view format. This will be the first time that the event will have narration in Portuguese, under the responsibility of Renato Cariani – owner of the Max Titanium supplies brand, one of Ramon Dino’s sponsors. The subscription price is US$60.
In addition to the live broadcast, it is possible to find details about the competition through the official Instagram profiles and YouTube channels of the participants and bodybuilding enthusiasts.
So, what are your expectations for this year’s Olympia? Tell us!