1997 NABBA World Championships: The Men's Prejudging
Held in the Grecian capital of Athens on June 7th, 1997, this event brought together the greatest lineup of Men ever seen at a World Championships. Greece is the ancestral home of World Bodybuilding and also the original home of the Olympic Games.
In the Men's Prejudging DVD, you will see all the lineups featuring 87 fantastic men, plus 2 sets of Round 3 comparisons for most classes, then the posing routines of all the non top 6 finalists in all classes.
Each competitor is titled as he appears on the screen. Class 3 winner Grant Mayo (Australia) is pictured on the front cover.
This is a superb quality 2 camera production.
Click here for the 1997 NABBA World Men - The Show DVD, GMV-281DVD.
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Held in the Grecian capital, Athens, this event brought together the greatest lineups of Men and Women ever seen at a World Championships. Greece is the ancestral home of World Bodybuilding and also the Olympic Games.
The Men’s Show video includes the posing routines of the top 6 competitors, through to the overall posedown and final awards. As usual all the bodybuilders are titled as they appear on the screen. A superb quality 2 camera production. Dayo Audi pictured front cover.
for the 1997 NABBA World Women & Couples - Prejudging & Show DVD
Running time: 103 mins
1997 NABBA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS -
Overall Winner: MR WORLD
Dayo Audi – UK
1997 NABBA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
ATHENS, GREECE – 7 JUNE 1997
MEN'S RESULTS AS SEEN IN THIS VIDEO.
Overall Winner: MR WORLD: Dayo Audi (UK)
1. Uli Caspary (Germany)
2. Bernd Prause (Germany)
3. John Citrone (UK
4. Graeme Lancefield (Australia)
5. Jack Vandensteen (Holland)
6. Camara Ousman (France)
NP: Rafi Bar-Levi, John Brooks, Max Pangerl, Zolin Dimitry Jonny Niemann, Kostas Katsetis, Tom Long, Larry Burns, Geroge Damianidis, David Griffin
1. Jan Winters (Germany)
2. Mark Gibson (USA)
3. Stelios Ktistakis (Greece)
MEN CLASS 1
1. Dayo Audi (UK)
2. Eli Hanna (Israel)
3. Giovanni Thompson (Holland)
4. Hannes Engelschall (Austria)
5. Torsten Hala (Germany)
6. Konstantin Poutchkov (Russia)
NP: Zoran Velic, Ilias Triantafillou, Dimitri Iousof, Vasilis Grivas, Mark Trewartha, Stefamo Greco, Anthony Bromley, Bong Aragon, N. Dimitrijevic.
MEN CLASS 2
1. Oliver Reinhardt (Germany)
2. Vin Wedderburn (UK)
3. Jack London (USA)
4. Patrick Coppens (Belgium)
5. Paolo Tamarri (Italy)
6. Aant Vandegruiter (Holland)
NP: Roman Kokhan, Oleg Kanev, Arsenio Agpoon, Kostas Saragiannis, Andreiko Lazo, Jannis Koparidis, Geroge Papadopoulis, theodoros Melisaris, Alexis Alexiou,
Paul Kale, Alex Stokonov, Nikos Papageorgiou, Anastsios Koligiotis, Butch Neives, Francesco Fox,
MEN CLASS 3
1. Grant Mayo (Australia)
2. Matthias Hornung (Germany)
3. Bill Bryson (Australia)
4. Fabrizio Franceshetti (Italy)
5. Herwe Defradas (France)
6. Ramsford Smith (UK)
NP: Andreas Varva, Pascal Favre-Goutillet, Norbert Valkanover, Mario Van Kerrebrouck, George Tsilopoulos, Hans-Peter Reiger, Frank Graf, Theodoros Afendoulidis, Jannis Dirvanis, Zvi Soika, Massimiliano Greco
MEN CLASS 4
1. Alison Maria (Holland)
2. Jason Corrick (UK)
3. Sammy Ayochok (Philippines)
4. Massimo Travan (Italy)
5. Charles Durr (USA)
6. Andrei Kroutenco (Russia)
NP: Tadeush Jusel, Gerhard Grossauer, Vlasis Bagiatis, Mike Shack, Eroll Engelhart, George Keramidas, Viatscheslan Likine, Pietro Roccia
NTSC DVD, OPEN REGION