Who won Olympia 2002?

Who won Olympia 2002?

Ronnie Coleman

Place Prize Name
1 $110,000 Ronnie Coleman
2 $75,000 Kevin Levrone
3 $50,000 Chris Cormier
4 $40,000 Dexter Jackson

Who is the best Mr Olympia ever?

Mr. Olympia: Lee Haney.

  • Joint record holder for most Mr. Olympia wins (8)
  • A 25-year career, one of the most well known bodybuilders.
  • (19) – 1st place bodybuilding contests won; (2) – 2nd places; (3) – 3rd places.

How much do you make if you win Mr Olympia?

Mr Olympia Winners

# Year Award
52 2016 $400,000
53 2017
54 2018
55 2019

Who won 2001 Olympia?


Place Prize Name
1 $110,000 Ronnie Coleman
2 $50,000 Jay Cutler
3 $40,000 Kevin Levrone
4 $35,000 Shawn Ray

Who won 2004 Olympia?


Place Prize Name
1 $120,000 Ronnie Coleman
2 $75,000 Jay Cutler
3 $50,000 Gustavo Badell
4 $40,000 Dexter Jackson

How much does Mr Olympia win 2005?

Results. The total prize amount given during the exhibition was $711,000, an increase of 32% from 2004. The total prize money for the men’s Mr. Olympia was $550,000.

Where was the Mr Olympia contest held in 2002?

The 2002 Mr. Olympia contest was an IFBB professional bodybuilding competition held October 16–20, 2002 at the Mandalay Bay Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada .

Who are the best winners of Mr Olympia?

It just means that in this author’s humble opinion they are the best winner of Mr Olympia. Winner #10. Chris Dickerson (United States) Though Chris only won one tournament (1982) and is perhaps not as well known as some of the other more illustrious names, he absolutely deserves to be on this list.

Who was the first Mr Olympia in 1965?

Meet all the notable muscle men since “Golden Boy” Larry Scott first captured the title in 1965. Sure, everyone knows Arnold, but there have been 14 other muscle men who have flexed their way to Mr. Olympia fame since 1965. Here are all of the winners, and all of their very, very big biceps.

How many times has Jay Cutler won Mr Olympia?

Jay Cutler (United States) Born in Massachusetts in 1973 Jay Cutler has won Mr Olympia on four occasions, come second on six occasions, and competed in 13 separate competitions. Compared to Frank Zane who we looked at before, Jay is a completely different type of bodybuilder, weighing in at 118kg for competitions (34kg heavier).