New Mr. and Ms. Singapore 2018 crowned at IFBB Singapore Nationals 2018

New Mr. and Ms. Singapore 2018 crowned at IFBB Singapore Nationals 2018

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On 13 May, the new official Mr. and Miss Singapore 2018 were crowned at the IFBB Singapore Nationals at the School of the Arts (SOTA) theatre on Zubir Drive.

The action was kicked off with a rock ‘n roll band performance that set the house on fire by the talented and energetic band – “Dirty Perfect” starring Teague Bass, Luke Buirski and Shahril Ossuary

As well as the national champions being crowned there were some highly contested international categories with athletes from 15 different countries battling for top spot and for the IFBB Elite Pro Cards that were up for grabs for the overall champions.

3 out of the 4 Elite Pro cards awarded were taken by Singaporeans, who not only beat all their local rivals in the National Championships, but also proved themselves against all the foreign athletes in the International Championships.

The 4 overall champions taking the IFBB Elite Pro Cards were Sam Enaya (Singapore) for Men’s Bodybuilding, Muhammad Abdillah Shah (Singapore) for Men’s Physique and Classic Bodybuilding, Nadiah AJ (Singapore) for Women’s Bikini Fitness and Alex Peak-Watkinson (Australia) for Women’s Bodyfitness.

Sam Enaya (Singapore) for Men’s Bodybuilding – Photo Credit: SFBF/Shaun Ho

Muhammad Abdillah Shah (Singapore) for Men’s Physique and Classic Bodybuilding – Photo Credit: SFBF/Shaun Ho

Nadiah AJ (Singapore) for Women’s Bikini Fitness – Photo Credit: SFBF/Shaun Ho

Alex Peak-Watkinson (Australia) for Women’s Bodyfitness – Photo Credit: SFBF/Shaun Ho

There were a total of 21 categories with the top 6 in each category taking a medal and the top three in each category taking home medals, trophies and prizes from sponsors. Then the winners from each of these categories were entered into the finals to battle it out for be overall titles.

This event once again showed how strong Singapore can be in this sport, despite our relatively lower numbers we still produced some amazing results and champions galore! Majulah Singapura!


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