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The town of Debrecen (240km north-east of Budapest) played host to the International Federation of Bodybuilders (IFBB) competition last weekend (June 7- 8), attracting stars of the bodybuilding and fitness world from the US, Canada, Chile and Mexico, and also included special guest appearances from Dennis James and Hungary's Tímea Majorova.

The Hungarian leg of the international joint fitness championships, known as Fitparade, was organized by the Hungarian Pro Body Building and Fitness League, presided over by Ildikó Buranits.

Held at the new Fônix Sport Hall and in the adjacent, smaller, Hódos Imre Hall, the event drew a crowd of 3,500. There was also a sport, beauty, wellness and healthy lifestyle exhibition and fair, under the name FITEXPO.

In the men's Pro Body Building Open European Championship, with prize money totalling $25,000, Pavol Jablonicky of the Czech Republic took first place, with Canada's Rodney St Cloud in second spot and Art Atwood of the US in third.

The first five now get the chance to compete in the $400,000 Mr Olympia competition to be held in Las Vegas on October 25 this year.

Hungary's István "Popey" Kiss Horváth (amateur body building world champion) finished in the top 15 in the overall placings while Nicu Giugi, originally from Romania but who now competes for Hungary, finished in the top 20 out of a field of 24.

In the women's Pro Fitness Open European Cup, with prize money totalling $6,000, Stacy Simons of the US took first place followed by Slovakia's Klaudia Kinska and Canada's Kary Odiatu. The top five now qualify for the $50,000 Fitness Olympia title to be held in Las Vegas on October 24 this year.

Hungary was represented in both fitness and bodybuilding by Ildikó Kállai (amateur fitness world champion) who finished in the top 10 and was invited to participate at the $6,000 Jan Tana Classic in Charlotte, in the US in August this year.

Organizers said that the event was a major comeback for Kallai who had been on maternity leave.

Although Eszter Óváry, an Olympic gymnast, did not finish in the top 10, the event was her entry to a professional career.

Hungary has officially been involved in international competitive professional bodybuilding and fitness events since 1997.

But the Hungarian Pro Body Building and Fitness League was only founded March 2000, with its first professional Hungarian grand prix held at the Erkel Színház theater.

Following the success of that event, the IFBB awarded Hungary the exclusive right to host the Bodybuilding

European Championships and the Fitness European Cup.
THE town of Debrecen (240km north-east of Budapest) played host to the International Federation of Bodybuilders (IFBB) competition last weekend (June 7- 8), attracting stars of the bodybuilding and fitness world from the US, Canada, Chile and Mexico, and also included special guest appearances from Dennis James and Hungary's Tímea Majorova.

The Hungarian leg of the international joint fitness championships, known as Fitparade, was organized by the Hungarian Pro Body Building and Fitness League, presided over by Ildikó Buranits.

Held at the new Fônix Sport Hall and in the adjacent, smaller, Hódos Imre Hall, the event drew a crowd of 3,500. There was also a sport, beauty, wellness and healthy lifestyle exhibition and fair, under the name FITEXPO.

In the men's Pro Body Building Open European Championship, with prize money totalling $25,000, Pavol Jablonicky of the Czech Republic took first place, with Canada's Rodney St Cloud in second spot and Art Atwood of the US in third.

The first five now get the chance to compete in the $400,000 Mr Olympia competition to be held in Las Vegas on October 25 this year.

Hungary's István "Popey" Kiss Horváth (amateur body building world champion) finished in the top 15 in the overall placings while Nicu Giugi, originally from Romania but who now competes for Hungary, finished in the top 20 out of a field of 24.

In the women's Pro Fitness Open European Cup, with prize money totalling $6,000, Stacy Simons of the US took first place followed by Slovakia's Klaudia Kinska and Canada's Kary Odiatu. The top five now qualify for the $50,000 Fitness Olympia title to be held in Las Vegas on October 24 this year.

Hungary was represented in both fitness and bodybuilding by Ildikó Kállai (amateur fitness world champion) who finished in the top 10 and was invited to participate at the $6,000 Jan Tana Classic in Charlotte, in the US in August this year.

Organizers said that the event was a major comeback for Kallai who had been on maternity leave.

Although Eszter Óváry, an Olympic gymnast, did not finish in the top 10, the event was her entry to a professional career.

Hungary has officially been involved in international competitive professional bodybuilding and fitness events since 1997.

But the Hungarian Pro Body Building and Fitness League was only founded March 2000, with its first professional Hungarian grand prix held at the Erkel Színház theater.

Following the success of that event, the IFBB awarded Hungary the exclusive right to host the Bodybuilding

European Championships and the Fitness European Cup.
THE town of Debrecen (240km north-east of Budapest) played host to the International Federation of Bodybuilders (IFBB) competition last weekend (June 7- 8), attracting stars of the bodybuilding and fitness world from the US, Canada, Chile and Mexico, and also included special guest appearances from Dennis James and Hungary's Tímea Majorova.

The Hungarian leg of the international joint fitness championships, known as Fitparade, was organized by the Hungarian Pro Body Building and Fitness League, presided over by Ildikó Buranits.

Held at the new Fônix Sport Hall and in the adjacent, smaller, Hódos Imre Hall, the event drew a crowd of 3,500. There was also a sport, beauty, wellness and healthy lifestyle exhibition and fair, under the name FITEXPO.

In the men's Pro Body Building Open European Championship, with prize money totalling $25,000, Pavol Jablonicky of the Czech Republic took first place, with Canada's Rodney St Cloud in second spot and Art Atwood of the US in third.

The first five now get the chance to compete in the $400,000 Mr Olympia competition to be held in Las Vegas on October 25 this year.

Hungary's István "Popey" Kiss Horváth (amateur body building world champion) finished in the top 15 in the overall placings while Nicu Giugi, originally from Romania but who now competes for Hungary, finished in the top 20 out of a field of 24.

In the women's Pro Fitness Open European Cup, with prize money totalling $6,000, Stacy Simons of the US took first place followed by Slovakia's Klaudia Kinska and Canada's Kary Odiatu. The top five now qualify for the $50,000 Fitness Olympia title to be held in Las Vegas on October 24 this year.

Hungary was represented in both fitness and bodybuilding by Ildikó Kállai (amateur fitness world champion) who finished in the top 10 and was invited to participate at the $6,000 Jan Tana Classic in Charlotte, in the US in August this year.

Organizers said that the event was a major comeback for Kallai who had been on maternity leave.

Although Eszter Óváry, an Olympic gymnast, did not finish in the top 10, the event was her entry to a professional career.

Hungary has officially been involved in international competitive professional bodybuilding and fitness events since 1997.

But the Hungarian Pro Body Building and Fitness League was only founded March 2000, with its first professional Hungarian grand prix held at the Erkel Színház theater.

Following the success of that event, the IFBB awarded Hungary the exclusive right to host the Bodybuilding

European Championships and the Fitness European Cup.
THE town of Debrecen (240km north-east of Budapest) played host to the International Federation of Bodybuilders (IFBB) competition last weekend (June 7- 8), attracting stars of the bodybuilding and fitness world from the US, Canada, Chile and Mexico, and also included special guest appearances from Dennis James and Hungary's Tímea Majorova.

The Hungarian leg of the international joint fitness championships, known as Fitparade, was organized by the Hungarian Pro Body Building and Fitness League, presided over by Ildikó Buranits.

Held at the new Fônix Sport Hall and in the adjacent, smaller, Hódos Imre Hall, the event drew a crowd of 3,500. There was also a sport, beauty, wellness and healthy lifestyle exhibition and fair, under the name FITEXPO.

In the men's Pro Body Building Open European Championship, with prize money totalling $25,000, Pavol Jablonicky of the Czech Republic took first place, with Canada's Rodney St Cloud in second spot and Art Atwood of the US in third.

The first five now get the chance to compete in the $400,000 Mr Olympia competition to be held in Las Vegas on October 25 this year.

Hungary's István "Popey" Kiss Horváth (amateur body building world champion) finished in the top 15 in the overall placings while Nicu Giugi, originally from Romania but who now competes for Hungary, finished in the top 20 out of a field of 24.

In the women's Pro Fitness Open European Cup, with prize money totalling $6,000, Stacy Simons of the US took first place followed by Slovakia's Klaudia Kinska and Canada's Kary Odiatu. The top five now qualify for the $50,000 Fitness Olympia title to be held in Las Vegas on October 24 this year.

Hungary was represented in both fitness and bodybuilding by Ildikó Kállai (amateur fitness world champion) who finished in the top 10 and was invited to participate at the $6,000 Jan Tana Classic in Charlotte, in the US in August this year.

Organizers said that the event was a major comeback for Kallai who had been on maternity leave.

Although Eszter Óváry, an Olympic gymnast, did not finish in the top 10, the event was her entry to a professional career.

Hungary has officially been involved in international competitive professional bodybuilding and fitness events since 1997.

But the Hungarian Pro Body Building and Fitness League was only founded March 2000, with its first professional Hungarian grand prix held at the Erkel Színház theater.

Following the success of that event, the IFBB awarded Hungary the exclusive right to host the Bodybuilding

European Championships and the Fitness European Cup.


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