2023 Chicago Professional Outcomes — Justin Shier Victorious

It was a memorable weekend in Chicago.

The 2023 Chicago Pro took place on July 21-22, 2023, in Chicago, Illinois. It featured athletes in ten divisions — Men’s Open, 212, Classic Physique, Men’s Physique, Women’s Bodybuilding, Bikini, Figure, Fitness, Women’s Physique, and Wellness — with the respective victors earning a berth in the 2023 Olympia contest on November 2-5, 2023, in Orlando, FL. After changes to the Olympia qualification system, only winners of an International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness (IFBB) contest or top-five finishers at the prior Olympia earn qualification to the flagship competition.

One of the headline Chicago Pro winners was Justin Shier in the Men’s Open class. According to his page on NPC News Online, Shier’s win is his first in the IFBB Pro League after competing in the National Physique Committee (NPC) to start his career. Naturally, he will now get his first crack at the Mr. Olympia title while competing against some of bodybuilding’s biggest stars.

2023 Chicago Pro Results

Including Shier, here are the respective winners of every division at the 2023 Chicago Pro.

Men’s Open

  1. Justin Shier
  2. Jonathan DeLaRosa
  3. Stanislas de Longeaux
  4. Blessing Awodibu
  5. Patrick Moore
  6. Eiren Gauley
  7. Matt Kouba 
  8. Erik Ramirez
  9. Emmanuel Longoria
  10. Stephen Daniels

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  1. Chris Jones
  2. Jason Nguyen
  3. Mohamed Embaby
  4. Kevin Johnson
  5. Yumon Eaton
  6. Jordan Janowitz
  7. Francisco Mercado Jr.
  8. Peter Burmester
  9. Ivan Cabrera
  10. Devon Causey

Classic Physique

  1. Marcus Perry 
  2. Matthew Greggo 
  3. Krimo Ammari 
  4. Dylan Bursey 
  5. Tony Coke
  6. Gregory Dawson
  7. Robert Waterhouse
  8. Jerark Toribio Perez
  9. Anthony Barbera III
  10. Patryk Karpuk

Men’s Physique

  1. Drew Cullen
  2. Nick Koeu
  3. Kirmani Victor
  4. Alonzo Jefferson
  5. Jahvair Mullings
  6. Benjamin Iverson
  7. Montae Bailey
  8. Alexander Toplyn 
  9. Joaquim Camps Angel 
  10. Alexander Rogers

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Women’s Bodybuilding

  1. Kristina Mendoza
  2. Jessica E. Martin
  3. Melissa Teich
  4. Kyna Squarey
  5. Wendy Sanchez
  6. Maria Monica Vega


  1. Savannah Dolezal
  2. Lizzie Martinez
  3. Adair Libbrecht
  4. Ashley Hampton
  5. Katiuska Gintili
  6. Fallon A. Wainwright
  7. Liana Giannamore
  8. Mary Ann Parks 
  9. Kateryna Kauffmann
  10. Tatiana Lanovenko


  1. Autumn Cleveland
  2. Adela Ondrejovicova
  3. Shanice Abrams
  4. Edith Driver
  5. Danielle Rose
  6. Nelly Gonzalez
  7. Ashley Radiance Fuller
  8. Lena Johannesen
  9. Erica Freneey
  10. Ayra Bahar

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Women’s Physique

  1. Danielle LaMartina
  2. Nadia Vandal
  3. Marie Berouskova
  4. Justyna Rudnicka
  5. Natalie Juron
  6. Marika Jones
  7. Marissa Jinkoji
  8. Vallie Eden
  9. Diana Schnaidt
  10. Lisa Kudrey


  1. Jodi Boam
  2. Noemie Champagne-Cloutier
  3. Sara Kovach
  4. Annaleise Varga
  5. Anna Fomina
  6. Aurika Tyrgale
  7. Layla Mikayla


  1. Danai Theodoropoulou
  2. Amy Li
  3. Daniela Deiana
  4. Quintaysia Goodley
  5. Maria Paulette
  6. Edna Ferreira de Souza
  7. Kat Williams
  8. Keana Burr
  9. Charnice Bain

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This is not the last step for any athletes still seeking a 2023 Olympia berth. The 2023 Texas Pro and the 2023 Tampa Pro present themselves as the next opportunities in a grand bodybuilding journey.

Featured image: @justin_shier on Instagram

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