2011 Ms. Olympia

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2011 Ms. Olympia
Information
Promotion IFBB
Date September 16, 2011
Venue South Hall in the Las Vegas Convention Center and Orleans Arena at The Orleans Hotel and Casino
City United States Winchester and Paradise, Nevada, United States
Event chronology
2010 Ms. Olympia 2011 Ms. Olympia 2012 Ms. Olympia

The 2011 Ms. Olympia contest was an IFBB professional bodybuilding competition and part of Joe Weider's Olympia Fitness & Performance Weekend 2011 was held on September 16, 2011, at the South Hall in the Las Vegas Convention Center in Winchester, Nevada and in the Orleans Arena at The Orleans Hotel and Casino in Paradise, Nevada. It was the 32nd Ms. Olympia competition held. Other events at the exhibition included the 212 Olympia Showdown, Mr. Olympia, Fitness Olympia, Figure Olympia, and Bikini Olympia contests.

Prize Money[edit]

  • 1st $28,000
  • 2nd $14,000
  • 3rd $8,000
  • 4th $5,000
  • 5th $3,000
  • 6th $2,000

Total: $60,000

Results[edit]

Comparison to previous Olympia results:

  • Same - Iris Kyle
  • Same - Yaxeni Oriquen-Garcia
  • -1 - Debi Laszewski
  • +1 - Alina Popa
  • -2 - Sheila Bleck
  • -2 - Tina Chandler
  • +6 - Heather Foster
  • -6 - Cathy LeFrançois
  • -9 - Helle Trevino
  • -11 - Dayana Cadeau

Scorecard[edit]

No[1] Name Country Judging Finals Total Place
1 Ball, Nicole United States 42 36 78 8
2 Bleck, Sheila United States 32 36 68 6
3 Brezovac, Brigita Slovenia 17 15 32 3
4 Buck, Kim United States 52 51 103 11
5 Cadeau, Dayana Canada 79 79 158 16
6 Chandler, Tina United States 52 46 98 10
7 Foster, Heather United States 50 50 100 12
8 Jones, Monique United States 42 53 95 12
9 Kyle, Iris United States 5 5 10 1
10 Debi Laszewski United States 18 20 38 4
11 LeFrançois, Cathy Canada 62 69 131 13
12 Mendoza, Mah Ann United States 25 15 40 4
13 Nielsen, Helle Denmark 70 75 145 14
14 Oriquen-Garcia, Yaxeni Venezuela 11 10 21 2
15 Perez, Kim United States 37 40 77 7
16 Popa, Alina Switzerland 25 25 50 5
17 Seifert, Skada Germany 73 72 145 15

Attended[edit]

  • 14th Ms. Olympia attended - Yaxeni Oriquen-Garcia
  • 13th Ms. Olympia attended - Iris Kyle
  • 12th Ms. Olympia attended - Dayana Cadeau
  • 5th Ms. Olympia attended - Cathy LeFrançois
  • 4th Ms. Olympia attended - Heather Foster
  • 3rd Ms. Olympia attended - Debi Laszewski and Tina Chandler
  • 2nd Ms. Olympia attended - Sheila Bleck and Helle Trevino
  • 1st Ms. Olympia attended - Alina Popa, Brigita Brezovac, Nicole Ball, Monique Jones, Kim Buck, Skadi Frei-Seifert, and Mah Ann Mendoza
  • Previous year Olympia attendees who did not attend - Helen Bouchard and Zoa Linsey

Notable Events[edit]

  • This was Iris Kyle's 7th overall and 6th consecutive Ms. Olympia win, thus tying Cory Everson and Lenda Murray's record of six consecutive Ms. Olympia wins.
  • This was Dayana Cadeau's last Olympia she competed in before she retired from bodybuilding.
  • The song played during the posedown was Rihanna - S&M Remix by Britney Spears.
  • This is the first Ms. Olympia to introduce the point qualification system.

2011 Ms. Olympia Qualified[edit]

From the 2010 Ms. Olympia[2][3]

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, September 24

1. Iris Kyle, United States

2. Yaxeni Oriquen-Garcia, Venezuela

3. Debi Laszewski, United States

4. Sheila Bleck, United States

5. Dayana Cadeau, Canada

6. Heather Foster, United States

From the 2011 Ms. International

Columbus, Ohio USA, March 4

1. Iris Kyle, United States

2. Yaxeni Oriquen-Garcia, Venezuela

3. Alina Popa, Switzerland

4. Debi Laszewski, United States

5. Betty Viana-Adkins, Venezuela

6. Cathy LeFrancois, Canada

From the 2011 FIBO Power Pro Championships

Essen, Germany, April 16

1. Helle Nielsen, Denmark

2. Skada Seifert, Germany

3. Cathy LeFrancois, Canada

From the 2011 Toronto Pro Super Show

Toronto, Canada, June 17

1. Brigita Brezovac, Slovenia

2. Nicole Ball, Canada

3. Mah Ann Mendoza, United States

From the 2011 Pro Bodybuilding Weekly Championships

Tampa, Florida, USA, June 25

1. Cathy LeFrancois, Canada

2. Tina Chandler, United States

3. Brigita Brezovac, Slovenia

From the 2011 Europa Battle of Champions

Hartford, Connecticut, USA, July 30

1. Kim Buck, United States

2. Monique Jones, United States

3. Kim Perez, United States

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2011 Olympia Scorecards 1". ifbbpro.com. September 20, 2014. 
  2. ^ 2011 Ms. Olympia qualified
  3. ^ "2011 Olympia Qualified Competitors List". bodybuildbid.com. Retrieved 2014-05-27.