2018 IFBB San Antonio Pro

Promoter: Ted Williamson/John Tuman


Event Website: www.spectrumfitnessproductions.com

SATURDAY, October 6, 2018

San Antonio, Texas

2018 IFBB Pro League San Antonio Classic Scorecards
Head Judge Sandra Williamson

Mens Physique
1. Kimani Victor
2. Ashwin Lucas
3, Lindon Bond
4. Dani DAi
5. Devon Lindner
6. Ephram Mike Lawhorne
7. Tommy Clark
8. Marcus Champion
9. Ismael Dominguez
10. Marcell Shippen
11. Deontae Higdon
12. David Odom
13. Danniel Hernandez
14. Daavon Grayson
15. Rumiko Forrester
16. Todd Abrams
16. Douglas Evans
16. Emanual Hunter
16. Daniel Lee
16. Fritz Löschen
16. Andy Perez
DNS. Lehjuan Jones
……Doug LaForge

Masters Men’s Physique
1. Dani Dal (4th open)
2. Ephfram Mike Lawhorne (6th open)
3. Marcus Champion (8th open)
4. Marcell Shippen (10th open)
5. David Odom (12th open)
6. Lorenzo Everhard
7. Daavon Grayson (14th open)
8. Doug LaForge (16th open)
9. Fritz Löschen (16th open)
10. Daniel Lee (16th open)
11. Douglas Evans (16th open)
12. Todd Abrams (16th open)
DNS. Lehjuan Jones


Masters Class Gives Last Place Open Competitors Something to Brag About
October 8, 2018

Masters divisions have their critics considering there typically is no prize money and no Masters Olympia. However, as with the 2018 IFBB Pro league San Antonio Pro the Men's Physique Masters Division provided five of the 16th open placing competitors bragging rights with a number above the dreaded last place tie. Doug Laforge stated on Instagram, "7 th place finish will have to do 😳 this round but we be back with a vengeance in 2019," but he omitted any reference to his 16th place in open.

Interestingly also the judging panel placed the Masters competitors in a sequence consistent with their open placings without having any do better than in open, which raises the obvious question of whether the masters competitors were judged again whatsoever or merely placed based on open scores?

Regardless, the masters division gives us better insight into where the last place competitors in the open would rank if an actual number was assigned them besides the 16th place “48” point tied designation. Thank you so much IFBB Pro League for supporting the athletes dreams and aspirations. #REV16.

1. Marcia Goncalves
2. Monica Ellis
3. Jourdanna Lee
4. Casey Samsel
5. Carla Garthwaite
6. Jasmine Williams
7. Mia Sanchez
8. Elisangela Angell
9. Kelsie Burgin
10. Jodi Akins
11. Nicole Johnson
12. Andi Kozel
13. Denis Mireles
14. Necole Kane
15. Alyssa Blessing
16. Bethany Bartlett Tomko
16. Maria Carlone
16. Sarah Devore
16. Betty Jean Ezell
16. Christine Forde
16. Kaylie Fountain
16. Abbi Gaetano
16. Deborah Goodman
16. Leah Humphrey
16. Remonta Khangaldy
16. Katie Kopfle
16. Elizabeth Lanham
16. Sklar Lanier
16. Robyn Maher
16. Kareline Marte
16. Lizzie Martinez
16. Lisandra McGrath
16. Janice Murphy
16. Edna Olivas
16. Dianet Pereda
16. Sebrina Perkins
16. Gina Sardina
16. Shey Webb
16. Debbi Westby
16. Angela Okon

Masters Bikini
1. Elisangela Angell (8th open)
2. Nicole Johnson (11th open)
3. Andi Kozel (12th open)
4. Denis Mireles (13th open)
5. Necole Kane (14th open)
6. Deborah Goodman (16th open)
7. Abbi Gaetano (16th open)
8. Bethany Bartlett Tomko (16th open)
9. Remonta Khangaldy (16th open)
10. Sarah Devore (16th open)
11. Robyn Maher
12. Sabrina Perkins (16th open)
13. Kelly Bockel
14. Dianet Pereda (16th open)
15. Janice Murphy
16. Maria Carlone (16th open)
16. Betty Jean Ezell (16th open)
16. Lisandra McGrath (16th open)
16. Gina Sardina (16th open)
16. Debbie Westby (16th open)
16. Denise Rose


Twenty-five Bikini Pro Casualties at Alamo Saturday
October 8, 2018

The Alamo 2.0 took place on Saturday night, October 6, 2018. Under the bright lights in San Antonio large numbers of wounded bikini wearing casualties piled up while the officers of the IFBB Pro League were doubtlessly claiming victory considering the tremendous troupe of g-string wearing beauties that showed up for booty & bust battle royale. Yet, the wounds will be lasting ones with some likely to never recover or lose interest considering there were more casualties to the 25 way tie for last place in the open class than placed with five receiving the additional dagger of 16th place in masters.

As with the men’s pro physique division the masters competitors in bikini placed in matching order to their open placings with no not one jumping ahead of someone else who bruised them in open battle. When this occurs athletes, fans and the press wonder if it was a matter of not rejudging where the athletes physiques and presentation if changed significantly enough might warrant a change in order of placing possibly or not. In the case of San Antonio Pro the odds are the masters classes were not rejudged independently although for bikini there was a peppering of additional athletes in the mix. As three of the four athletes that competed exclusively in the masters bikini division placed above five who likewise placed 16th in open should the take away be that it was better to only compete in masters as a sacrament against 16th?

While the regularly repeated ethos about a “16th” placing is that if one does so poorly such placing doesn’t deserve further delineation to demonstrate actual comparative placings when there are more athletes tying for last place in one show than place 15th or above it suggests a tipping point where athletes as customers won’t merely blame themselves for not being good enough, but question whether fighting for the Alamo in a $2000 bikini is worth it. Every soldier deserves recognition for their number of kills as well as recognition of set backs. To merely say a soldier died in battle and was laid to rest in an unmarked grave akin to 16th place is hardly a flag worth fighting for especially where it costs $250 per year in membership and you can't get an actual legit placing to at least say you beat those other bikini wearing biotches that placed behind you battle. The number of sexy soldiers is lining up for the next battle, but the officers need to figure out how to keep cojoling them into this costly sacrifice as the ranks are bloating and these soldiers know their worth and its better than 16th place.

Remember the Alamo!



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