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2012 IDFA International PRO Championships Results – July 22

2012 IDFA International PRO Championships Official Results

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PRO FITNESS MODEL
                                                                                         Score*
1.Jennifer Lambert Foster (Gatineau, QC)        3        $1000.00
2.Michelle MacDonald (Cobourg, ON)               7        $250.00
3.Katherine Turcotte Gagnon (Saint-Charles-Borromée, QC)   10      $150.00
4.Ania Anvaryfar (North York, ON)                   11

PRO BODYBUILDING – LIGHTWEIGHT (160 lbs and under)
                                                                            Score*
1.Kent Bierly (Brick, NJ)                             3      $1000.00 (Overall Winner)
2.Jason Ste.Marie (Calgary, AB)             6       $250.00
3.Michael Lipowski (Shrub Oak, NY)    10     $150.00
4.Joven Parcon (Kitchener, ON)             11
5.Christopher Dunford (Lemoyne, QC) 15

PRO BODYBUILDING – HEAVYWEIGHT (over 160 lbs)
                                                                                   Score*
1.Frank Apuzzo (Toronto, ON)                        4        $750.00
2.Rob Deluca (Ancaster, ON)                           6        $250.00
3.Atiba Devon McQueen (Toronto, ON)      9        $150.00
4.Rob Diakiw (Winnipeg, MB)                          12
5.Oge Robin (Toronto, ON)                              17
6.Michael Calaminici (Toronto, ON)            20       tie-breaker
7.Tony Muto (Woodbridge, ON)                    20
8.Michael Kwao (Mississauga, ON)               23
9.Andrew Marchegiano (Toronto, ON)      27

PRO FIGURE
                                                                                     Score*
1.Lisa Moskaluk (Toronto, ON)                        3       $1000.00
2.Marie-Chantal DiGuardo (Nepean, ON)     6       $250.00

*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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