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It’s been 15 years since Singapore has had local bodybuilding champions. After the long hiatus, the newly relaunched IFBB…
Results, Photos & Videos – IFBB Singapore Nationals 2018

This article is divided into 4 sections, Write-Up, Results, Photos and Videos


Write-Up

It’s been 15 years since Singapore has had local bodybuilding champions. After the long hiatus, the newly relaunched IFBB Singapore Nationals 2018 which was held at School of the Arts (SOTA) theatre on Zubir Drive on 13th May 2018, saw the crowning of Mr. and Ms. Singapore and also the Pro Cards being awarded to the Overall Title winners.

There was innovation being implemented for the first time as the organizer, Singapore Federation of Bodybuilding & Fitness (SFBF) added a live element to the show, broadcasting and streaming the show live on social media.

SFBF is currently affiliated with International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness and the IFBB itself has given sanction for this groundbreaking event.

The action was kicked off with a Rock ‘n Roll band performance that set the house on fire by the talented and energetic band – “Dirty Perfect” starring Teague Bass, Luke Buirski, and Shahril Ossuary.

Singapore athletes were able to join both the National and International championships, whereas the foreign athletes were only allowed to take part in the International championships.

21 categories were contested by more than 80 athletes from 15 countries who participated in the competition, some coming as far as far-flung countries such as Ghana, New Zealand, Egypt, Iran, and Russia.

The contest first held pre-judging shows of each category, after which the judges will pick a selected few who will advance and battle it out in the Finals for the top medals, trophies, and prizes from sponsors.

Winners of each category will then once again battle on stage for the Overall Title for the Pro Cards.

These IFBB Elite Pro Cards allow the participant to take part in International competitions in the “Professional” category, which features cash prizes.

Three out of the four IFBB Elite Pro Cards was nabbed by Singaporeans, who not only beat their local counterparts but also against caliber foreign athletes in the International Championships.

The event was a showcase of mental resilience and physical endurance as participant displayed the best version of themselves on stage.

The four overall champions taking the IFBB Elite Pro Cards were Sam Enaya (Singapore) for Men’s Bodybuilding, Muhammad Abdillah Shah (Singapore) for Men’s Physique and Classic Bodybuilding, Nadiah AJ (Singapore) for Women’s Bikini Fitness and Alex Peak-Watkinson (Australia) for Women’s Bodyfitness.

“I am extremely happy to have won the Mr. Singapore Men’s Bodybuilding title and earning my IFBB Elite Pro Card. The hard work and all the time spent on preparing myself physically and psychologically has paid off. I am proud to go on representing Singapore in International”, said Mr. Sam Enaya, the Men’s Bodybuilding winner.

While Ms. Nadiah AJ, overall winner for Women’s Bikini Fitness, who also earned her IFBB Elite Pro Card said, “This sport has indeed made me more aware of the body and our limitless boundaries. I am happy to have won the Ms Singapore and look forward to the international championships where I can represent Singapore. It has always been my dream to stand on the world stage and hopefully win a title for my country”.

SFBF after the resounding success of its event has shown that it is able to provide a transparent and ethical platform for competition. With such professionalism, it can only bring local bodybuilding which has been in a state of confusion and concern for the past decade, positively back into the International Bodybuilding scene.

Mr. Alex Betts, President of SFBF stated, “The number of local and international athletes taking part in this competition is indeed very encouraging for the sport in Singapore. We hope that this seeding number will help increase interest in the sport and over time more locals will take part in future competition both locally and internationally. The SFBF is here to help all athletes to improve their skills and to impart knowledge and expertise in this sport especially to Singaporeans.”


Photos


Videos

Jump to the below minute marker to the respective sections for shortcuts:

    00:16 minute – International Men Bodybuilding Above 85kg
    01:16 minute – International Men Bodybuilding Masters (Over 40yrs)
    02:36 minute – International Men Bodybuilding Up to 80kg
    03:30 minute – International Men Bodybuilding Up to 85kg
    04:44 minute – International Men Classic Bodybuilding Open
    05:44 minute – International Men’s Physique Juniors (16 to 23 yrs)
    06:32 minute – International Men’s Physique Masters (Over 40yrs)
    07:14 minute – International Men’s Physique Newcomers
    08:10 minute – International Men’s Physique Short (Up to 175cm)
    09:10 minute – International Men’s Physique Tall (Over 175cm)
    10:09 minute – International Women Bikini Fitness Short (Up to 163cm)
    11:27 minute – International Women Bikini Fitness Tall (Over 163cm)
    12:21 minute – International Women Bodyfitness Masters (Over 35yrs)
    12:52 minute – International Women Bodyfitness Newcomers
    13:39 minute – International Women Bodyfitness Open
    14:31 minute – National Men Bodybuilding Open
    15:52 minute – National Men’s Physique Juniors (16 to 23 yrs)
    16:49 minute – National Men’s Physique Newcomers
    17:22 minute – National Men’s Physique Short (Up to 175cm)
    18:20 minute – National Men’s Physique Tall (Over 175cm)
    19:33 minute – National Women Bikini Fitness Open
    20:26 minute – Overall Title International Men Bodybuilding
    21:03 minute – Overall Title International Men Physique
    21:42 minute – Overall Title – International Women Bikini Fitness
    22:07 minute – Overall Title – International Women Bodyfitness
    22:40 minute – Overall Title – National Men Physique
    23:06 minute – Dirty Perfect Performances
    23:28 minute – Overalls Winners
    23:46 minute – Mr & Ms Singapore 2018
    24:03 minute – Speeches by Champions
    24:14 minute – Speech by Alex Betts, SFBF President
    24:34 minute – Group photo


Results

You can download the official result at this link (PDF). Courtest of SFBF.

Mr Singapore 2018 – Men Bodybuilding Champion

Sam Enaya


Ms Singapore 2018 – Women Bikini Fitness Champion

Nadia AJ


Overall Title – International Men Bodybuilding

    1. Sam Enaya (Singapore) – Earns IFBB Elite Pro Card
    2. Rukong Jeremiah (Malaysia)
    3. Meechai Pala (Thailand)
    4. Javier Alex (Philippines)

Overall Title – International Men Physique

    1. Muhammad Abdillah Shah (Singapore) – Earns IFBB Elite Pro Card
    2. Law Boon Seng Brandon (Malaysia)
    3. bin Jamalrudin Azzizulkam (Malalaysia)
    4. Mohd Ali Abdul Ghani (Singapore)
    5. Mortazavirad Bahram (Malaysia)

Overall Title – International Women Bikini Fitness

    1. Nadia AJ (Singapore) – Earns IFBB Elite Pro Card
    2. Rohaizat Nurhasilah (Singapore)

Overall Title – International Women Bodyfitness

    1. Alex Peak-Watkinson (Australia) – Earns IFBB Elite Pro Card
    2. Choi Dabi (Korea)

Overall Title – National Men Physique

    1. Muhammad Abdillah Shah – Earns IFBB Elite Pro Card
    2. James Tan
    3. Farizzuan Zainal
    4. Farhan Noor

National Men’s Bodybuilding Open

    1. Sam Enaya
    2. Naser Mohd
    3. Hasif Hanafie
    4. Anthony Neo

National Men’s Physique Juniors (16 to 23 yrs)

    1. Farhan Noor
    2. Terrence Phang
    3. Farizzuan Zainal
    4. Harold Espino
    5. Tan Gordon

National Men’s Physique Newcomers

    1. Farizzuan Zainal
    2. Harold Espino

National Men’s Physique Short (Up to 175cm)

    1. Muhammad Abdillah Shah
    2. Mohammed Khairul
    3. Jeremy Lim
    4. Farhan Noor
    5. Terrence Phang
    6. Hidayat Endera
    7. Zainal Farizzuan
    8. Singh Tara Shishpal
    9. Anwar Fariz
    10. Espino Harold
    11. Tan Gordon

National Men’s Physique Tall (Over 175cm)

    1. James Tan
    2. Nor Haszlan Mohamed Hassan
    3. Sam Saddiq Muhammad
    4. Royston Tan
    5. Fitri Salim

National Women Bikini Fitness Open

    1. Nadia AJ
    2. Nurhasilah Rohaizat
    3. Tyen Rasif
    4. Lim Charmaine

International Men Bodybuilding Above 85kg

    1. Jeremiah Rukong (Malaysia)
    2. Ehab Nasar (Egypt)
    3. Naser Mohd (Singapore)
    4. Anthony Neo (Singapore)

International Men Bodybuilding Masters (Over 40yrs)

    1. Meechai Pala (Thailand)
    2. Ehab Nasar (Egypt)
    3. Alex Javier (Philippines)
    4. Nolan Chee (Malaysia)
    5. Anthony Neo (Malaysia)
    6. Chee Kiong Lee (Malaysia)

International Men Bodybuilding Up to 80kg

    1. Javier Alex (Philippines)
    2. Hasif Mohamed (Singapore)
    3. Chee Kiong Lee (Malaysia)
    4. Bin Deli Kamal (Malaysia)

International Men Bodybuilding Up to 85kg

    1. Enaya Sam (Singapore)
    2. Meechai Pala (Thailand)
    3. Chee Ken Jerry Yong (Malaysia)
    4. Peape Rodolfo (Philippines)
    5. Wee Kiat Lai (Malaysia)

International Men Classic Bodybuilding Open

    1. Abdillah Shah Muhammad (Singapore)
    2. Hasif Mohd (Singapore)
    3. Mao Qiuxu (China)
    4. Rong Kien Yong (Malaysia)

International Men’s Physique Juniors (16 to 23 yrs)

    1. Mortazavirad Bahram (Malaysia)
    2. Phang Terrence (Singapore)
    3. Rong Kien Yong (Malaysia)

International Men’s Physique Masters (Over 40yrs)

    1. Mohd Ali Abdul Ghani (Singapore)
    2. Puia Jaye (New Zealand)

International Men’s Physique Newcomers

    1. Law Boon Seng Brandon (Malaysia)
    2. Bin Jamaludin Azizulkamal (Malaysia)
    3. Schuck Kevin (USA)
    4. Peape Rodolfo (Philippines)
    5. Akras Jan (Finland)
    6. Puia Jaye (New Zealand)
    7. Theva Manoharam Rohen Deva (Malaysia)
    8. Rong Kien Yong (Malaysia)

International Men’s Physique Short (Up to 175cm)

    1. Abdillah Shah Muhammad (Singapore)
    2. Law Boon Seng Brandon (Malaysia)
    3. Mao Qiuxu (China)
    4. Roslee Hazwan (Brunei)
    5. Htet Naing Min (Myanmar)
    6. Phang Terrence (Singapore)
    7. Peape Rodolfo (Philippines)
    8. Paul Navarro Kristian (Philippines)
    9. Theva Manoharam Rohen Deva (Malaysia)

International Men’s Physique Tall (Over 175cm)

    1. Bin Jamaludin Azizulkamal (Malaysia)
    2. Anane-Tabury Eric (Ghana)
    3. Piazza Edoardo (Italy)
    4. Tan James (Singapore)
    5. Steven Palma Sean (Philippines)
    6. Haszlan Nor (Singapore)
    7. Mortazavirad Bahram (Malaysia)
    8. McMillan James (USA)
    9. Schuck Kevin (USA)

International Women Bikini Fitness Short (Up to 163cm)

    1. Ahmad Jani Nur Nadiah (Singapore)
    2. Clark Dirintira (Thailand)
    3. Mahadi Hafeezah (Brunei)
    4. Ying Rasif Tyen (Singapore)
    5. Yin Mok Qiu (Malaysia)
    6. Du thi Hien (Vietnam)
    7. Ai Chin Tay (Malaysia)

International Women Bikini Fitness Tall (Over 163cm)

    1. Rohaizat Nurhasilah (Singapore)
    2. Kim Minji (South Korea)
    3. Chernobay Alina (Russia)

International Women Bodyfitness Masters (Over 35yrs)

    1. Peak Watkinson Alexandra (Australia)
    2. A/K Nubib Tina (Malaysia)
    3. Mohamad Junaidah (Malaysia)

International Women Bodyfitness Newcomers

    1. Choi Dabi (Korea)
    2. A/k Nubib Tina (Malaysia)
    3. Mohamad Junaidah (Malaysia)
    4. Du Thi Hien (Vietnam)

International Women Bodyfitness Open

    1. Peak Watkinson Alexandra (Australia)
    2. Choi Dabi (Korea)
    3. Rohaizat Nurhasilah (Singapore)
    4. A/K Nubib Tina (Malaysia)
    5. Mohamad Junaidah (Malaysia)

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