WOMEN'S WORLD CUP DIVISION

Women’s Wellness

– Up to and incl. 158 cm

– Up to and incl. 163 cm

– Up to and incl. 168 cm

– Over 168 cm

JUNIOR (16-20)

One open category

JUNIOR (21-23)

One open category

MASTER

35 to 39 YRS. OLD – One open category

40 to 44  YRS OLD – One open category

45  YRS. OLD &  OVER – One open category

A category can only be run if there are not less than 6 athletes in this category. If less than 6 athletes, categories will be combined and run as one open class, if possible.

 INTRODUCTION: Judges are strongly reminded that they are judging a WOMEN’S WELLNESS FITNESS competition. The extreme muscularity, vascularity, muscular definition and separation, dryness and/or dieted leanness will not be considered acceptable if displayed by a Wellness Fitness competitor and therefore, must be marked down. 

GENERAL PRESENTATION: 

 The Wellness Fitness division is intended for women who prefer a muscular physique without muscle separation, athletic and aesthetically pleasing, with a slightly bigger body mass than in Bikini Fitness, especially in the hips, buttocks and thighs area.  From this point of view, Wellness Fitness is placed somewhere between Bikini Fitness and Women’s Physique. 

 Judges are reminded that the competitor’s posture and bearing, at all times while onstage, is to be considered. The overall image displayed should demonstrate  poise, femininity and self-confidence. This is especially true at all times when the competitor is performing I-walking in the finals, standing in the line-up and during the comparisons of the quarter turns. When standing in the line-up, the competitors shall be warned against adopting a tense pose, displaying the muscularity. A relaxed stance in the line-up means that the competitor will: – stand erect, front to the judges, with one hand resting on the hip and one leg slightly moved to the side. Second arm hanging at the side. Head and eyes towards the front, shoulders back, chest out, stomach in. On the IFBB Chief Judge command, competitors standing in the line-up should perform the Front Position. 

Women’s Wellnes Fitness

Women’s Bikini Fitness

A. Up to and incl. 158 cm

B. Up to and incl. 160 cm

C. Up to and incl. 162 cm

D. Up to and incl. 164 cm

E. Up to and incl. 166 cm

F. Up to and incl. 169 cm

G. Up to and incl. 172 cm

H. Over 172 cm

– 16 to 20 years of age inclusive:

Class A: Up to and incl. 160 cm

Class B: Up to and incl. 166 cm

Class C: Over 166 cm

– 21 to 23 years of age inclusive:

Class A: Up to and incl. 160 cm

Class B: Up to and incl. 166 cm

Class C: Over 166 cm

MASTER

– 35 to 39 years of age inclusive:

Class A: Up to and incl. 164 cm

Class B: Over 164 cm

– 40 to 44 years of age inclusive:

One open category

– 45 years of age and over: 

One open category

A category can only be run if there are not less than 5 athletes in this category. If less than 5 athletes, categories will be combined and run as one open class, if possible.

Judges are reminded that the competitor’s posture and bearing, at all times while onstage, is to be considered. The overall image displayed should demonstrate  poise, femininity and self-confidence. This is especially true at all times when the competitor is performing I-walking in the finals, standing in the line-up and during the comparisons of the quarter turns. When standing in the line-up, the competitors shall be warned against adopting a tense pose, displaying the muscularity. A relaxed stance in the line-up means that the competitor will stand erect, front to the judges, with one hand resting on the hip and one leg slightly moved to the side. Second arm hanging at the side. Head and eyes towards the front, shoulders back, chest out, stomach in. On the IFBB Chief Judge command, competitors standing in the line-up should perform the Front Position.

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Women’s BodyFitness

A. Up to and incl. 163 cm 

B. Over 163 cm

JUNIOR (16-20)

– One open category

JUNIOR (21-23)

– Up to and incl. 163 cm

– Over 163 cm

A category can only be run if there are not less than 6 athletes in this category. If less than 6 athletes, categories will be combined and run as one open class, if possible.

GENERAL PRESENTATION: Judges are reminded that the competitor’s posture and bearing, at all times while onstage, is to be considered. The overall image displayed should demonstrate poise, femininity and self-confidence. This is especially true at all times when the competitor is performing I-walking in the finals, standing in the line-up and during the comparisons of the quarter turns. When standing in the line-up, the competitors shall be warned against adopting a tense pose, displaying the muscularity. A relaxed stance in the line-up means that the competitor will: – stand erect, front to the judges, with one hand resting on the hip and one leg slightly moved to the side. Second arm hanging at the side, or – stand with the body slightly turned, left side to the judges, so the start number of a competitor will be clearly visible, right hand resting on the hip and left leg slightly moved to the side. Head and eyes towards the front, shoulders back, chest out, stomach in. On the IFBB Chief Judge command, competitors standing in the line-up should perform the Front Position.

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WOMEN'S DIVISION

Women’s Acrobatic

– Up to and incl. 163 cm

– Over 163 cm

JUNIOR (16-20)

– Up to and incl. 163

– Over 163

JUNIOR (21-23)

– Up to and incl. 163

– Over 163

 

 

Women’s Artistic

– Up to and incl. 163 cm

– Up to and incl. 168 cm

– Over 168 cm

– 16 to 20 years of age inclusive:

– one open category

– 21 to 23 years of age :

one open category

FIT PAIRS

FIT PAIRS

There is one open category in Fit-Pairs world-level competitions. A Fit-Pair may be
composed of male Men’s Physique competitor with female Bikini athlete.