2004 Mr. Olympia

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The 2004 Mr. Olympia contest was an IFBB professional bodybuilding competition and the feature event of Joe Weider's 2004 Olympia Weekend held October 30–31, 2004 at the Mandalay Bay Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Results[edit]

This Mr. Olympia contest introduced a new Challenge Round to determine the final standings. The top six competitors scores were discared after round three, and only the final challenge round standing were used to decide the winner.

The total prize money for the men's Mr. Olympia was $400,000.

Place Prize Name Country 1 2 3 Points Challenge Score
1 $120,000 Ronnie Coleman United States 5 5 5 15 24[1]
2 $75,000 Jay Cutler United States 10 10 10 30 21
3 $50,000 Gustavo Badell Puerto Rico 21 16 20 57 13
4 $40,000 Dexter Jackson United States 15 19 15 49 12
5 $30,000 Markus Rühl Germany 40 28 25 93 10
6 $25,000 Günter Schlierkamp Germany 28 43 30 101 1
7 $15,000 Chris Cormier United States 36 34 39 109
8 $14,000 Dennis James Germany 33 37 42 112
9 $12,000 Víctor Martínez Dominican Republic 37 35 46 118
10 $10,000 Darrem Charles Trinidad and Tobago 50 49 43 142
11 $1,000 Pavol Jablonický Czech Republic 57 63 58 178
12 $1,000 Kris Dim United States 60 61 63 184
13 $1,000 Ahmad Haidar Lebanon 67 60 64 191
14 $1,000 Johnnie Jackson United States 79 70 69 218
15 $1,000 Troy Alves United States 72 71 76 219
16 $1,000 Craig Richardson United States 71 82 82 235
17 $1,000 Mustafa Mohammad Jordan 85 85 84 254
18 $1,000 Richard Jones United States 91 91 89 271
19 $1,000 Claude Groulx Canada 93 91 95 279

Notable events[edit]

  • Ronnie Coleman won his seventh consecutive Mr. Olympia title
  • Jay Cutler, for a third time, placed runner-up
  • Although he placed third in traditional scoring, Dexter Jackson lost to Gustavo Badell in the final challenge round, for a prize difference of $10,000

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mr. Olympia Contest Results". getbig.com. September 30, 2012. 

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