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2011 IDFA Eastern Canada Classic Results

2011 IDFA Eastern Canada Classic

OFFICIAL COMPETITION RESULTS

RANKNAMEHOMETOWNSCOREDETAILS
Women’s Masters Figure
1Georgina Graham Montréal, QC4
2Anita DuwelLasalle, QC5
3Marian Snow Kahnawake, QC9
Men’s Masters Bodybuilding
1Simon ProteauSte-Anne-des-lacs, QC3
2Robin Ruest Cornwall, ON7
3Daniel Marion Terrebonne, QC8
4Alain Guillot Montréal, QC12
Women’s Novice Fitness Model
1Bianca Beaulieu Québec, QC4Tie-Breaker
2Laurance PicardQuébec, QC4
3Julie GravelMirabel, QC9
4Nellie BilodeauMcMasterville, QC14
5Jacinthe Amyot Montréal, QC16
6Lindsay Delaney Lachine, QC18
7Samantha Antoine Westport, ON21
8Marisa Collis Montréal, QC22
Men’s Novice Bodybuilding Lightweight
1Joel BergeronPointe-Calumet, QC3
2Simon Patrie Montréal, QC8
3Christopher Maheu Québec, QC9
4Stephan Lavallée Saint-Jérôme, QC11
5Andrew Candow Orillia, ON16
6Eric Breton Sherbrooke, QC17
Men’s Novice Bodybuilding Heavyweight
1Hugo CharronLachute, QC3Overall Winner
2Simon ProteauSte-Anne-des-lacs, QC6
3Mathieu Roy Québec, QC9
4Philippe Turcotte Varennes, QC12
5Ian Dzigas Huntsville, ON15
6Alain Guillot Montréal, QC18
Women’s Novice Figure
1Bianca Beaulieu Québec, QC5Tie-Breaker
2Laurance Picard Québec, QC5
3Marie-Josée VillemureMercier, QC10Tie-Breaker
4Lindsay Delaney Lachine, QC10
5Mélanie Lafleur Ste-Thérèse, QC14
6Georgina GrahamMontréal, QC18
7Stéphanie Rodrigue Wentworth-Nord, QC21
8Marian Snow Kahnawake, QC24
Women’s Open Fitness Model
1Annie DeschesnesGatineau, QC3IDFA Pro Card
2Naura Ben-HassenMontréal, QC6
3Annie Bourdon Mercier, QC8
4Nancy Girard Lasalle, QC12
Men’s Open Bodybuilding
1Jesse Lapointe Montréal, QC3 IDFA Pro Card
2Chris Gurunlian Montréal, QC7
3Robin RuestCornwall, ON9
4Daniel MarionTerrebonne, QC10
Women’s Open Figure
1Karine Pilon Bois-des-Filions, QC4 IDFA Pro Card
2Annie Bourdon Mercier, QC6
3Nancy Raymond Sherbrooke, QC8
4Robyn Stone Port McNicoll, ON12

*Scoring

Scoring is done by ranking each competitor. Ranking is done by comparing the physiques of each competitor of each class and ranking them from highest to lowest. The best competitor should be assigned a rank of 1, the next highest competitor should get a rank of 2, and so on.

The highest and lowest rank for each competitor is discarded as a safeguard against favouritism and to protect against human error. The remaining scores are added, and the lowest total receives first place in the class. Second lowest total receives 2nd place, and so on. If a tie results, the competitor who was ranked highest among the tied competitors by a majority of all judges receives the highest placement.

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