Bodybuilding at the 2009 World Games

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Bodybuilding was an event which took place at the 2009 World Games in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. The event took place from July 18–19, 2009. The competition included both men's and women's events for seven different weight categories. It was controlled by the International Federation of BodyBuilding & Fitness.

All events were held at the Cultural Center Jhinde Hall in Kaohsiung.[1] Ukraine topped the standings with 3 gold medals.[2] Unfortunately four male bodybuilders were later disqualified as a result of doping. [3]

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Ukraine (UKR) 3 1 1 5
2  South Korea (KOR) 3 0 0 3
3  Slovakia (SVK) 1 1 2 4
4  Brazil (BRA) 0 2 0 2
5  Chinese Taipei (TPE) 0 1 1 2
6  Lithuania (LTU) 0 1 0 1
 Qatar (QAT) 0 1 0 1
8  Japan (JPN) 0 0 2 2
9  Egypt (EGY) 0 0 1 1
Total 7 7 7 21

Result Placings[edit]

Men

+85 kg (Heavyweight)

  1. Olexander Bilous (Ukraine)
  2. Kamal Abdulsalam (Qatar)
  3. Peter Tatarka (Slovakia)
  4. Ott Kiivikas (Estonia)
  5. Hsu Chia-Hao (Chinese Taipei)

85 kg (Light Heavyweight)

  1. Lee Jin Ho (Korea)
  2. Luiz Carlos Sarmento (Brazil)
  3. Mohamed Kotb (Egypt)
  4. Jan Kubik (Czech Republic)
  5. Masato Shimoda (Japan)

80 kg (Middleweight)

  1. Beila Balog (Ukraine)
  2. Hsu Chung-Huang (Chinese Taipei)
  3. Masashi Suzuki (Japan)
  4. Mariusz Balazinski (Poland)
  5. Amit Chaudhary (India)

75 kg (Welterweight)

  1. Boo Chang Soon (Korea)
  2. Igor Kocis (Slovakia)
  3. Huang Chien-Chih (Chinese Taipei)
  4. Koji Godo (Japan)
  5. Nyombo Mkobi Lukonge (Tanzania)

70 kg (Lightweight)

  1. Kim Byung Soo (Korea)
  2. Vyacheslav Makogon (Ukraine)
  3. Masahiro Sue (Japan)
  4. Nepram Kishan Singh (India)
  5. Vajda Zoltan (Hungary)

Women

+52 kg (Lightweight)

  1. Jana Purdjaková (Slovakia)
  2. Alina Cepurniene (Lithuania)
  3. Natalia Dichkovskaya (Ukraine)
  4. Naoko Imamura (Japan)
  5. Elivan Campos (Venezuela)

-52 kg (Fitness)

  1. Alevtyna Titarenko (Ukraine)
  2. Diana Almeida (Brazil)
  3. Anna Mozolany-Urbanikova (Slovakia)
  4. Natalia Nazarenko-Kiivikas (Estonia)
  5. Irina Nititina (Lithuania)
  6. Tetiana Savytska (Ukraine)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.worldgames2009.tw/wg2009/eng/sports.php?sn=24
  2. ^ http://results.worldgames2009.tw/WG_Info/en/Root.mvc/Medals?sport=BG&day=
  3. ^ http://www.worldgames-iwga.org/vsite/vcontent/content/transnews/0,10869,1044-16941-19728-4769-303503--889-layout183-18091-news-item,00.html

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