Next Event: SEPTEMBER 3 – 2022 IDFA NATURALMANIA Online Natural Bodybuilding Championships

2015 IDFA Maritimes Classic Results – May 23

*Results will become official once all drug testing has been validated.


Transformation Challenge:
Winner – Nadege Corcoran (Waasis, NB) – $250.00 cash
Christine Ashfield (Fredericton, NB)
Nadege Corcoran (Waasis, NB)

Men’s Masters Bodybuilding
1.Gary Stewart (Saint John, NB) 3

Women’s Masters Figure
1.Christine Ashfield (Fredericton,NB) 3
2.Paula Lingley (Mcleod Hill, NB)


Novice Fitness Model
1.Jessica Corrigan (Dartmouth,NS) 4
2.Jade Martin (Dartmouth, NS) 7
3.Liliya Mackenzie (Fredericton, NB) 10
4.Samantha Lawrence (Halifax, NS) 11
5.Samantha King (Halifax, NS) 12

Novice Bodybuilding
1.Ian Blaedow (Richibucto, NB) 4
2.Gary Stewart (Saint John, NB) 5

Novice Figure
1.Nadege Corcoran (Waasis, NB) 4
2.Christine Ashfield (Fredericton, NB) 5
3.Melanie Lyons (Keswick Ridge, NB) 10
4.Terrah Crawford (Fredericton, NB) 11

Men’s Novice Physique
1.Richard Hope (Halifax, NS) 6 tie-breaker
2.Bobak Beheshti (Fredericton, NB) 6 tie-breaker
3.Billy Coulombe (Kestwick, NB) 8
4.Jean-Francois Lagace (North Tetagouche,NB) 11
5.Nick Belnager (Halifax, NS) 14

Novice Bikini
1.Jade Martin (Dartmouth, NS) 3
2.Jessica Corrigan (Dartmouth, NS) 6
3.Nancy Dibblee (Beford, NS) 9
4.Jessica Gallant (Richmond, PE) 12
5.Leah Beveridge (Halifax, NS) 16
6.Samantha Lawrence (Halifax, NS) 19
7.Liliya Mackenzie (Fredericton, NB) 22
8.Samantha King (Halifax, NS) 23
9.Johanna Jorgensen (North Granville,PE) 25

Open Fitness Model
1.Melissa Ross (Toronto, ON) 3 New IDFA Pro

Open Bodybuilding
1.Jean-Francois Lagace (North Tetagouche,NB) 3 New IDFA Pro
2.Daniel Vautour (Miramichi, NB) 6

Open Figure
1.Jennifer Olsen (Niagara-on-the-lake,ON) 3 New IDFA Pro

Men’s Open Physique
1.Ian Blaedow (Richibucto, NB) 3 New IDFA Pro

Open Bikini
1.Melissa Ross (Toronto, ON) 3 New IDFA Pro

*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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