Nationals 2014 – Information Sheet 20140501 Page 1

Bodybuilding Singapore will hold its 2014 National Bodybuilding and Physique Championship on 14 September 2014
at the NUS UCC Hall. This Information Sheet details the various divisions that will be offered at this year’s Nationals. As
always, classes are subject to change, but this will allow athletes to plan for which event(s) they intend to enter.

Division Event Class For Additional Notes
Men’s
Bodybuilding
Open
(All ages)
55kg, 60kg, 65kg,
70kg, 75kg, 80kg,
85kg, 90kg, 90+kg
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The winners of the Junior weight classes
compete for the Mr. Singapore Junior title.

The winners of the Open weight classes, the
overall winner of Mr. Singapore Junior, and the
winner of the Masters will compete for the
overall Mr. Singapore title.

Athletes may enter multiple events within the
Men’s Bodybuilding division. Crossover to the
Men’s Classic Bodybuilding division is not
permitted.
Juniors
(23 and under)
Born after
14 Sep 1990
70kg, 75kg, 75+kg
Masters
(40 and over)
Born on or before
14 Sep 1974)
Single class
Singapore
Invitational
Single class
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Open to athletes from any country, including
locals. An opportunity for foreigners to strut
their stuff!
Men’s Classic
Bodybuilding
Open
Up to & incl. 170cm,
Over 170cm
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Weight-to-Height limits apply. See table below.
Crossover to the Men’s Bodybuilding division is
not permitted.
Women’s
Physique
Singapore
Women’s Cup
Single class No Weight-to-Height limits.

Competing across divisions is not allowed. Athletes in the Men’s Bodybuilding division can theoretically compete in up to
three classes (an Open class, a Junior/Master’s class, and the Singapore Invitational).

Men’s Bodybuilding:
The Juniors section is being expanded this year to encourage newcomers to the sport to try their hand at Nationals and
gain more exposure. The Singapore Invitational (not eligible for the Mr. Singapore title) is to welcome foreign
bodybuilders to compete in Nationals. There are many excellent foreign male bodybuilders who are regularly in
Singapore, and we want to see them showcase their goods! Locals can compete in this event too.

Men’s Classic Bodybuilding:
This year, Men’s Physique has been changed to Men’s
Classic Bodybuilding to better reflect the nature of the
division. Posing in trunks is required and judging
criteria are the same. Classic Bodybuilding is
Bodybuilding, but with a Weight-to-Height limit. The
height cut-off for the class may shift (e.g. the Over 170cm
height class may change to Over 172cm or Over 168cm),
but the Weight-to-Height limits will not change. No
matter what height class you end up in, you must meet
the weight limits set forth in the table.

Athlete’s Height Maximum Weight in kg
Up to and incl. 161 cm (Height -100) - 3 kg
Over 161 cm – 164 cm (Height -100) - 2 kg
Over 164 cm – 167 cm (Height -100) - 1 kg
Over 167 cm – 170 cm Height -100
Over 170 cm – 173 cm (Height -100) + 1 kg
Over 173 cm – 176 cm (Height -100) + 2 kg
Over 176 cm – 179 cm (Height -100) + 3 kg
Over 179 cm – 184 cm (Height -100) + 4 kg
Over 184 cm (Height -100) + 6 kg
Note that these do not correspond to IFBB’s limits
NATIONAL BODYBUILDING AND
PHYSIQUE CHAMPIONSHIP 2014

INFORMATION SHEET

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