WINNERS

Overall Winners

Overall Winners

Men’s Bodybuilding – Sam Enaya
Men’s Physique and Classic Bodybuilding – Muhammad Abdillah Shah
Women’s Bikini Fitness – Nadiah AJ
Women’s Bodyfitness – Alex Peak-Watkinson

Women’s Body Fitness

Women’s Body Fitness Overall

Peak Watkinson Alexandra (#80)

Women’s Body Fitness – Newcomers

1st – Choi Dabi (#78)
2nd – A/k Nubib Tina (#77)
3rd – Mohamad Junaidah (#79)
4th – Du Thi Hien (#75)

Women’s Body Fitness – Masters

1st – Peak Watkinson Alexandra (#80)
2nd – A/K Nubib Tina (#77)
3rd – Mohamad Junaidah (#79)

Women’s Body Fitness – Open

1st – Peak Watkinson Alexandra (#80)
2nd – Choi Dabi (#78)
3rd – Rohaizat Nurhasilah (#65)
4th – A/K Nubib Tina (#77)
5th – Mohamad Junaidah (#79)

Bikini Fitness

Bikini Fitness Overall

AJ Nadiah (#62)

Bikini Fitness – Open

1st – Ahmad Jani Nur Nadiah (#62)
2nd – Rohaizat Nurhasilah (#65)
3rd – Ying Rasif Tyen (#63)
4th – Lim Charmaine (#64)

Bikini Fitness – Short

1st – Ahmad Jani Nur Nadiah (#62)
2nd – Clark Dirintira (#68)
3rd – Mahadi Hafeezah (#70)
4th – Ying Rasif Tyen (#63)
5th – Yin Mok Qiu (#66)
6th – Du thi Hien (#75)
7th – Ai Chin Tay (#60)

Bikini Fitness – Tall

1st – Rohaizat Nurhasilah (#65)
2nd – Kim Minji (#73)
3rd – Chernobay Alina (#72)

Men’s Physique

Men’s Physique Overall

Shah Muhammad Abdillah (#31)

Men’s Physique – Newcomers

1st – Law Boon Seng Brandon (#41)
2nd – Bin Jamaludin Azizulkamal (#57)
3rd – Schuck Kevin (#59)
4th – Peape Rodolfo (#12)
5th – Akras Jan (#40)
6th – Puia Jaye (#56)
7th – Theva Manoharam Rohen Deva (#48)
8th – Rong Kien Yong (#38)

 

Men’s Physique – Short (up to 175cm)

1st – Abdillah Shah Muhammad (#31)
2nd – Law Boon Seng Brandon (#41)
3rd – Mao Qiuxu (#11)
4th – Roslee Hazwan (#47)
5th – Htet Naing Min (#42)
6th – Phang Terrence (#5)
7th – Peape Rodolfo (#12)
8th – Paul Navarro Kristian (#43)
9th – Theva Manoharam Rohen Deva (#48)

Men’s Physique – Tall (Over 175cm)

1st – Bin Jamaludin Azizulkamal (#57)
2nd – Anane-Tabury Eric (#49)
3rd – Piazza Edoardo (#50)
4th – Tan James (#35)
5th – Steven Palma Sean (#53)
6th – Haszlan Nor (#34)
7th – Mortazavirad Bahram (#51)
8th – McMillan James (#43)
9th – Schuck Kevin (#59)

Men’s Physique – Masters

1st – Mohd Ali Abdul Ghani (#39)
2nd – Puia Jaye (#56)

Men’s Classic Bodybuilding

Classic Bodybuilding Overall

Abdillah Shah Muhammad (#31)

Classic Bodybuilding – Open

1st – Abdillah Shah Muhammad (#31)
2nd – Hasif Mohd (#2)
3rd – Mao Qiuxu (#11)
4th – Rong Kien Yong (#38)

 

Men’s Bodybuilding

Men’s Bodybuilding Overall

Enaya Sam (#17)

Men’s Bodybuilding – Above 85 kg

1st – Rukong Jeremiah (#17)
2nd – Nasar Ehab (#10)
3rd – Naser Mohd (#1)
4th – Neo Anthony (#4)

Men’s Bodybuilding – Up to 85kg

1st – Enaya Sam (#3)
2nd – Meechai Pala (#13)
3rd – Chee Ken Jerry Yong (#14)
4th – Peape Rodolfo (#12)
5th – Wee Kiat Lai (#7)

Men’s Bodybuilding – Up to 80kg

1st – Javier Alex (#9)
2nd – Hasif Mohamed (#2)
3rd – Chee Kiong Lee (#19)
4th – Bin Deli Kamal (#15)

Men’s Bodybuilding – Open

1st – Enaya Sam (#3)
2nd – Naser Mohd (#1)
3rd – Hasif Mohamed (#2)
4th – Anthony Neo (#4)

Men’s Bodybuilding – Masters

1st – Meechai Pala (#13)
2nd – Nasar Ehab (#10)
3rd – Javier Alex (#9)
4th – Nolan Chee (#8)
5th – Anthony Neo (#4)
6th – Chee Kiong Lee (#19)

National Championships

– Mr & MISS SINGAPORE –

  • Short – up to 175cm
  • Tall – over 175cm
  • Juniors – 16 to 23 years old
  • Masters – over 40 years old
  • Newcomers
  • Short – up to 175cm
  • Tall – over 175cm
  • Newcomers
  • Juniors – 16 to 23 years old
  • Masters – over 40 years old
  • Below 75 kg
  • Below 85 kg
  • Over 85 kg
  • Newcomers
  • Short – up to 163cm
  • Tall – over 163cm
  • Juniors – 16 to 23 years old
  • Masters – over 35 years old
  • Newcomers
  • Short – up to 163cm
  • Tall – over 163cm
  • Masters – over 35 years old
  • Newcomers
* Singapore and PR citizens are welcome to compete in National Championships.

*Only athletes who have not competed in any of the fitness and bodybuilding shows (locally or internationally) in the past are allowed to enter the Newcomers class.

*We may merge certain classes if we have below 3 competitors per class.

*All Category winners will be awarded an Elite Card with one point to their IFBB Elite World Ranking.

*Overall Champions from each category will be awarded the Elite Pro Card – this will allow us to award up to 6 Elite Pro Cards for the National and International Championships in Men’s Bodybuilding, Men’s Physique, Women’s Bikini Fitness, Women’s Body Fitness and Women’s Physique.

INTERNational Championships

– All Nationalities Welcome –

  • Short – up to 175cm
  • Tall – over 175cm
  • Juniors – 16 to 23 years old
  • Masters – over 40 years old
  • Newcomers
  • Short – up to 175cm
  • Tall – over 175cm
  • Newcomers
  • Juniors – 16 to 23 years old
  • Masters – over 40 years old
  • Below 75 kg
  • Below 85 kg
  • Over 85 kg
  • Newcomers
  • Short – up to 163cm
  • Tall – over 163cm
  • Juniors – 16 to 23 years old
  • Masters – over 35 years old
  • Newcomers
  • Short – up to 163cm
  • Tall – over 163cm
  • Masters – over 35 years old
  • Newcomers
*All nationalities are welcome to compete in International Championships

*Only athletes who have not competed in any of the fitness and bodybuilding shows (locally or internationally) in the past are allowed to enter the Newcomers class.

*We may merge certain classes if we have below 3 competitors per class.

*All Category winners will be awarded an Elite Card with one point to their IFBB Elite World Ranking.

*Overall Champions from each category will be awarded the Elite Pro Card – this will allow us to award up to 6 Elite Pro Cards for the National and International Championships in Men’s Bodybuilding, Men’s Physique, Women’s Bikini Fitness, Women’s Body Fitness and Women’s Physique.

Athletes Registration

Registration to compete in one or multiple categories in IFBB Singapore Nationals 2018

Athletes goodie bag containing competition kit and exciting products from sponsors

FREE photos taken by professional photographers and media (as long as you are not missing in action)

SFBF membership for one year – FREE access to selected SFBF future social events and other opportunities for athletes development

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I compete in multiple categories?
Yes of course , however please be mindful that each category is judged with different criteria (apart from masters and juniors of course) so if you were to place well in one category such as Men’s Bodybuilding for example, you should not expect to also place so well in Men’s Physique.
Is there any extra fees for entering more than one category?
The SFBF do not charge athletes any extra fees for entering multiple categories.
What is the cut off date for athlete registrations?
Registration Deadline is on 29 April 2018
Do you accept last minute registrations on the day itself
No we do not as we have to plan for the correct timing and logistics according to athlete numbers
Is this contest open to athletes that have never competed before?
Yes we welcome athletes of all levels
Do you provide a dedicated tanning service?
We will be working alongside Tan at Home who will take care of all the Tanning needs of the Athletes. They will be at the event and you can book your tanning slots with them in advance via their website.
PLEASE NOTE NO ‘EASY OFF’ TANNING PRODUCTS ARE ALLOWED (such as dream tan). You will not be allowed on stage if you use such products and will be asked to remove it all immediately.
Can we bring our own Photographers?
You may bring a photographer but they will not get back stage access and will have to buy a ticket to the event. Just like at the Show of Strength, we will be inviting a number of different photographers to the event, some of whom will provide free photos to the athletes.
Can I bring a coach with me
You May bring a coach with you but they will have to purchase a coach pass which will be $25 and we will need to vet them to ensure they are actually a coach as we had issues with a particular tanning company trying to sell tanning packages back stage last year after coming in as a ‘coach’.
Who is allowed back stage?
Only those who have a pass that grants them access (Athletes, coaches, crew, Ifbb officers etc)
If I register for the event and then decide not to compete can I request for a refund?
Once you have registered and paid your fee, no refunds will be issued.
Will I be able to view my score sheet?
Yes we will make them available after the event for you to see.
Where and When is the Athletes Registration?
Athletes Registration will be held at School of the Arts Singapore (Level 3, Green Room) on Saturday 12th May from 2pm – 4pm.
Where and When is the Base Tanning going to be held?
Athletes who have pre-registered with Tan@Home will have their base tan done on Saturday 12th May (2pm – 6pm) at School of the Arts Singapore (Level 3, Green Room). For more information, email Tan@Home at info@tanathome.com.sg
What are the IFBB Rules?
Click here to read the IFBB Rules

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