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    Default Omar Garcia (LHW) wins 2011 NPC Southern States Overall! RESULTS, PHOTOS and Callout Videos

    Report courtesy of MiamiHerald.com

    http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/07/0...ybuilders.html

    BY DAVID J. NEAL

    DNEAL@MIAMIHERALD.COM

    Despite the name of one of the U.S.’s most redoubtable regional bodybuilding shows, open class winners tend to come from all over the nation at the NPC Southern States, held annually at Fort Lauderdale’s War Memorial Auditorium.
    Not that South Floridians didn’t take their share of hardware. The day’s most competitive class by number (19) and closeness of quality, the lightheavyweights, went to 184-pound Omar Garcia, who also took the men’s overall title. Miami’s Yano Garcia, weighing in at 212 pounds, won the heavyweight class. Boca Raton’s Jay Dever took the welterweights at 165 pounds. And the middleweight women’s class was won by 53-year-old Teri Palakiko of Pompano Beach who weighed in at 124 1/2 pounds Saturday after weighing 128 pounds (light heavyweight mass) on Friday.
    Another class winner in Palakiko’s age range was Durham, North Carolina’s 53-year-old Mark Teasley, the men’s bantamweight champion. Had Palakiko been an extra half pound, she would’ve had to contend with 53-year-old, 137-pound Michelle Brent, long known for the impressive size, density and definition that gave the her light heavyweight class.
    Puerto Rico’s Jonathan Repollet, who calls himself “The Animal,” took the men’s lightweight class at 150 pounds. Chicago’s Bachir Aboujaoude, 175 pounds, won the middleweights.


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    RESULTS:


    BodybuildingMen PhysiqueWomen Bodybuilding
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    Overall
    Omar Garcia
    Gene Massey Memorial Award
    Ernest Bea
    Super Heavyweight
    1. James Bivens
    2. Paul McClarin
    3. Raul Magallenas
    4. Ty Pope
    5. J.P. Moraes
    6. Ashley Wilkinson
    Heavyweight
    1. Yano Garcia
    2. Jeffrey Johnson
    3. Tri Vuong
    4. Luis Colon
    5. Anthony Ferreira
    6. George Lucas
    7. Ryan Black
    8. Jimmy Williams
    9. Libel Remedios
    10. Bradford Day
    11. Jeff Matthews
    12. Jason Frost
    13. Michael Mandis
    Light Heavyweight
    1. Omar Garcia
    2. Milton Martinez
    3. Jacques Dalce
    4. Anthony Caporaso
    5. Jamie Ibone
    6. Julio Espinoza
    7. Carlos Servetto
    8. Jose Caneco
    9. David Lovelace
    10. Sergio Sabou
    11. Brian Garrison
    12. Walter Santoni
    13. Demario Forest
    14. Mosley Garcia
    15. Bryan Raquent
    16. Micnor Robert
    16. Jamie Tucker
    16. Eulage Kuudow
    16. Troy Thompson
    Middleweight
    1. Bachir Aboujaoude
    2. Chris Twardowski
    3. William Sanchez
    4. Kevin Montalto
    5. Kevin Bruno
    6. Johnny Sierra
    Welterweight
    1. Jay Dever
    2. Jose Gonzales
    3. Fidel Perdomo
    4. Emerson Jacques
    5. Bret Wolf
    6. Unknown Entrant
    7. Junio Gomez
    8. Michael Miller
    9. Jason McAlvery
    10. Jean Parron
    Lightweight
    1. Jonathan Repollet
    2. Larry Ray-Jr
    3. Ivan Diaz
    4. Eric Meyer
    5. Jeff Cohen
    Bantamweight
    1. Mark Teasley
    2. Kenny Ishikawa
    3. Brian Garcia
    Novice Overall
    Michel Tosecky
    Novice Heavyweight
    1. Michel Tosecky
    2. Sergio Sabou
    3. Ryan Black
    4. Gabriel Lamas
    5. Kevin Harris
    Novice Lightweight
    1. Andrew Sweeting
    2. Austin Ritter
    3. Johnny Sierra
    4. Roger Romance
    Masters Overall
    Jeffrey Johnson
    Masters Over 35 Overall
    Jamie Ibone
    Masters Over 35 Heavyweight
    1. Jamie Ibone
    Masters Over 35 Middleweight
    1. Julio Espinoza
    2. Andrew Sweeting
    3. Jerry Delgado
    4. Rob Shultz
    5. Roger Romance
    Masters Over 35 Lightweight
    1. Ivan Diaz
    2. Larry Ray-Jr
    3. Eric Meyer
    4. Brian Garcia
    5. Avisol Romero
    Masters Over 40 Heavyweight
    1. Jeffrey Johnson
    2. Milton Martinez
    3. Jimmy Williams
    4. Jose Almeida
    5. Manny Abate
    6. Joe Fernandez
    7. Sherwin Pagtakhan
    8. Gerry Garcia
    9. Anthony Giza
    Masters Over 40 Overall
    Jeffrey Johnson
    Masters Over 40 Middleweight
    1. Carlos Servetto
    2. Kevin Montalto
    Masters Over 40 Lightweight
    1. Jay Dever
    2. Thomas Donato
    3. Michael Miller
    Masters Over 50 Overall
    1. Paul Kuhn
    Masters Over 50 Heavyweight
    1. Paul Kuhn
    2. Frank Grieco
    3. Jim Talkie
    4. Ron Saseth
    5. Kevin Harris
    6. Robert Gilbert
    7. Juan Murato
    Masters Over 50 Middleweight
    1. Jamie Tucker
    2. William Roberts
    3. Kevin Bruno
    4. Lazaro Diaz
    5. Bob McMahon
    6. Donny Klaehn
    Masters Over 50 Lightweight
    1. Sergio Porras
    2. Bret Wolf
    3. Mark Teasley
    4. Jeff Cohen
    5. Craig Silvera
    6. Jean Parron
    Masters Over 60 Overall
    Siegy Scholz
    Masters Over 60 Heavyweight
    1. Sam Pupello
    2. Bob McMahon
    Masters Over 60 Middleweight
    1. Siegy Scholz
    Masters Over 60 Lightweight
    1. Robert Drapkin
    2. Robert Slade
    Grand Masters Over 70 Overall
    James Karas
    Grand Masters Over 70 Heavyweight
    1. Carl Cone
    Grand Masters Over 70 Middleweight
    1. Bud Woodruff
    Grand Masters Over 70 Lightweight
    1. James Karas
    2. Frank Poro
    Teen Men Overall
    Michel Tosecky
    David Bailey Most Promising Teen
    Michel Tosecky
    Teen Men Heavyweight
    1. CJ Chang
    2. Joel Facchiello
    Teen Men Middleweight
    1. Michel Tosecky
    2. Ajani Browne
    3. Chris Massaro
    4. Josh Facchinello
    5. Castrenze Fricano
    6. Chad Awad
    Teen Men Lightweight
    1. Fidel Perdomo
    2. Anthony Montes
    3. Austin Ritter
    Physique Overall
    Anthony Scotti
    Physique Short
    1. Deniz Duygulu
    2. Aloan Valdez
    3. Geobanny Paula
    4. Wellington Swartout
    5. Martin Banks
    Physique Tall
    1. Anthony Scotti
    2. Jeffery Castro
    3. Eli Dian
    4. Pierre Vuala
    5. Adrien Suarez
    Overall
    Wendy Watson
    Heavyweight
    1. Wendy Watson
    Light Heavyweight
    1. Michelle Brent
    2. Christine Peelle
    3. Carmen Roman
    Middleweight
    1. Frankie Diaz
    2. Therese Lofkvist
    3. Teri Palakiko
    Lightweight
    1. Debbie Leyva
    2. Tammy Ulander
    Masters Overall
    Wendy Watson
    Masters Over 30 Overall
    Tamica Stubbs
    Masters Over 30 Lightweight
    1. Tamica Stubbs
    Masters Over 40 Overall
    Wendy Watson
    Masters Over 40 Heavyweight
    1. Wendy Watson
    2. Carmen Roman
    Masters Over 40 Lightweight
    1. Frankie Diaz
    2. Josefina Monasterio
    3. Tammy Ulander
    Masters Over 50 Overall
    Michelle Brent
    Masters Over 50 Heavyweight
    1. Michelle Brent
    2. Christine Peelle
    3. Bea Lewis
    Masters Over 50 Lightweight
    1. Teri Palakiko
    2. Therese Lofkvist
    3. Debbie Leyva



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    DAMN!!!!! That show aint no joke!!!
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    We will be posting pics of the Southern States later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butch Peterson View Post
    We will be posting pics of the Southern States later.
    Cool! Glad I skipped that show! LOL
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    what happened to walter??
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    Quote Originally Posted by RockyIII View Post
    what happened to walter??
    Was he a LHW?
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    Jacques Dalce in LHW too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockyIII View Post
    what happened to walter??
    he didn't even place top 5 in his class...

    the show really sucked...they kept messing up people's music.

    Kai didn't actually get on stage till about 11:30 and he was pisssssed...he didn't even do a interview after, just walked off stage.

    But he appeared to be in amazing shape...no more guy!

    Jason Huh was a great guest poser as well

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    this was my first show ever and all in all it was an awesome experience. Everybody was super nice and it was a great environment. The music part was a bummer but other than that it was good. Jason Huh was a fun poser and he was very nice in person (unlike people have recently thought). Pak-man looked enormous lol in the gut. Flex Lewis was nice too. I will hopefully go to the next show in the south florida area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbrrookie View Post
    this was my first show ever and all in all it was an awesome experience. Everybody was super nice and it was a great environment. The music part was a bummer but other than that it was good. Jason Huh was a fun poser and he was very nice in person (unlike people have recently thought). Pak-man looked enormous lol in the gut. Flex Lewis was nice too. I will hopefully go to the next show in the south florida area.
    did you stay for the whole show?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockyIII View Post
    what happened to walter??
    Conditioning looked pretty off from what I could tell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jh34pg View Post
    did you stay for the whole show?
    i was there from 6 and i stayed up until about 11.15. I wasnt able to watch the entire light heavies and heavies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbrrookie View Post
    i was there from 6 and i stayed up until about 11.15. I wasnt able to watch the entire light heavies and heavies.
    Kai got on stage about 11:30...he did his 2 minute routine and then ran off stage...no interview or anything...he mustve been pissed.

    to guest pose that late??? is that normal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jh34pg View Post
    Kai got on stage about 11:30...he did his 2 minute routine and then ran off stage...no interview or anything...he mustve been pissed.

    to guest pose that late??? is that normal?
    I dont think that guest posing that late is normal for shows. The show was pretty long i dont know if it was supposed to go that long. Kai was probably mad. He seemed a little flustered the entire time he was there. Everyone else did their routine and spoke for a little bit. Johnnie Jackson was very cool and Jason Huh gave everyone their moneys worth when he walked into the crowd and interacted with the fans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby.Starnes View Post
    Conditioning looked pretty off from what I could tell.
    i know what walter is capable of and where his physique is at right now...i am shocked he didnt take his class and even the overall. For that not to happen either he was way off or even sick) or the judges were high. I tried to text him but he hasnt texted me back yet.

    On a side note, i beat Omar in 2006 at the Mid-Florida Classic in the LHW class. It feels weird to know a guy whom i beat before won his class and the overall!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigmikecox View Post
    Cool! Glad I skipped that show! LOL
    what are you talking about bro! both of us can take on any of those guys in our class if we bring our A game. I beat the overall Omar in 2006 so he is no next kevin levrone or evan centopani either
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