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    2009 NPC TEXAS
    Branch Warren Event


    PROMOTER:
    Brian Dobson (817) 465-9331 or [email protected]

    DATES/TIMES:
    Friday, July 10, 2009, 7:00 pm Check-in, weigh-in, & meeting at contest hotel (No late weigh-ins)

    Saturday, July 11, 2009, 7:00 am Check-in and prejudging

    Saturday, July 11, 2009, 6:00 pm Night show check-in, live judging, and trophies

    CONTEST LOCATION:
    Lone Star Expo
    aka Conroe Convention Center
    9055 FM 1484, Conroe TX 77303

    ELIGIBILITY:
    This competition is open to all NPC registered athletes who possess a current NPC card. (NPC registration cards are available for $85 through the NPC Texas website www.npctexas.org For national qualifiers, 1st and 2nd places and overall winners qualify for national level shows; for regional qualifiers, only overall winners qualify for national level shows.
    "What is patriotism but the love of the food one ate as a child?" ~ Lin Yutang.

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    LODGING: Holiday Inn Express (936) 788-5200 2240 Stoneside Road, Conroe, TX 77303
    (ask for Branch Warren Event competition rates) (directions and map enclosed)

    ELIGIBILITY: This competition is open to all NPC registered athletes who possess a current NPC card.
    (NPC registration cards are available for $85 through the NPC Texas website www.npctexas.org)
    For national qualifiers, 1st and 2nd places and overall winners qualify for national level shows;
    for regional qualifiers, only overall winners qualify for national level shows.

    WEIGHT GROUPS: Men’s Open (National Qualifier only) Men’s Open and Novice
    Bantamweight <143.25 Lightweight <165.25
    Lightweight 143.25 to <154.25 Middleweight 165.25 – 187.25
    Middleweight 154.25 to <176.25 Heavyweight >187.25
    Light Heavyweight 176.25 to <198.50
    Heavyweight 198.50 to <225.25
    Super Heavyweight >225.25
    Women’s Open (National Qualifier only) Women’s Open and Novice
    Lightweight <115.25 Lightweight <125.25
    Middleweight 115.25-125.25 Middleweight 125.25-140.25
    Light Heavyweight 125.25-140.25 Heavyweight >140.25
    Heavyweight >140.25

    AGE GROUPS: Men’s Masters Women’s Masters
    40 - 49 / 50 - 59 / 60+ / 70+ 35+ / 50+
    MUSIC: All music must be on CD and in a jewel case with the competitor’s name. Each competitor is
    responsible for picking up his/her music after the night show. The time allowed for posing is
    90 seconds for open competitors and 60 seconds for novice, teen, and masters. You pose only
    once if you are in more than one class. The lyrics will not contain any racial, vulgar, or sexual
    connotations. All competitors are introduced at the night show. If there are more than 50
    bodybuilding competitors, then the top five in each weight class perform their routine.

    POSING SUITS: Contest posing suits for am prejudging must be worn to weigh-in and approved by the Head
    Judge. For am prejudging, posing suits may include velvet, if one color – suits of multi-colors
    are not allowed. No jewelry allowed during prejudging. Jewelry allowed at night – think tasteful.
    POSES: Display of the “moon” hamstring pose at any time will result in disqualification. The following are
    mandatory poses: Front Double Bicep, Front Lat Spread, Side Chest and Bicep (either side),
    Side Triceps (either side), Back Double Bicep, Back Lat Spread, Front Abs and Leg, Most
    Muscular (men), and Favorite Pose (women).

    SCORING: The scoring during prejudging consists of three rounds – symmetry, mandatory poses, and a
    60-second routine. If a weight class is large, then call-outs are used. The live scoring at the
    night show consists of symmetry and mandatory poses. Scores are posted the week after the
    show at www.npctexas.org.

    RULES: No coaches, trainers, family, friends, etc. are allowed backstage at any time during the contest.
    When a competitor moves up to the next level of competition, he/she may not return to a lower
    level. Anyone who makes a false statement on an entry form is disqualified from competition
    for one year. Displays of poor sportsmanship at any time during a contest are not tolerated.
    "What is patriotism but the love of the food one ate as a child?" ~ Lin Yutang.

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