Mr. Olympia 2023 Schedule, Participant, Winner, Winner list, Prize Money

If you love Bodybuilding and fitness then you must be knowing about Mr. Olympia. This year Mr. Olympia 2023 will be held from November 3 – November 4 at Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. The prize money for winner will be $400,00 and for runner up it would be $150,000.

The first Mr. Olympia contest was held in 1965 in New York City, and was won by Larry Scott. Some of the most famous and legendary Mr. Olympia champions include Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lee Haney, Ronnie Coleman, Jay Cutler, Phil Heath, and Mamdouh Elssbiay, also known as Big Ramy. The winner of last Mr Olympia 2022 was Hadi Choopan who is an Iranian Body Builder.

Mr. Olympia Winners of all time

The past winners of Mr. Olympia are the legends of bodybuilding who have made history with their achievements and contributions to the sport. The following table shows the list of all the past winners of Mr. Olympia, from 1965 to 2023:

Mr. Olympia 2023 Schedule, Participant, Winner, Winner list, Prize Money
Mr. Olympia 2023 Schedule, Participant, Winner, Winner list, Prize Money
YearWinnerCountry
1965Larry ScottUSA
1966Larry ScottUSA
1967Sergio OlivaCuba
1968Sergio OlivaCuba
1969Sergio OlivaCuba
1970Arnold SchwarzeneggerAustria
1971Arnold SchwarzeneggerAustria
1972Arnold SchwarzeneggerAustria
1973Arnold SchwarzeneggerAustria
1974Arnold SchwarzeneggerAustria
1975Arnold SchwarzeneggerAustria
1976Franco ColumbuItaly
1977Frank ZaneUSA
1978Frank ZaneUSA
1979Frank ZaneUSA
1980Arnold SchwarzeneggerAustria
1981Franco ColumbuItaly
1982Chris DickersonUSA
1983Samir BannoutLebanon
1984Lee HaneyUSA
1985Lee HaneyUSA
1986Lee HaneyUSA
1987Lee HaneyUSA
1988Lee HaneyUSA
1989Lee HaneyUSA
1990Lee HaneyUSA
1991Lee HaneyUSA
1992Dorian YatesUnited Kingdom
1993Dorian YatesUnited Kingdom
1994Dorian YatesUnited Kingdom
1995Dorian YatesUnited Kingdom
1996Dorian YatesUnited Kingdom
1997Dorian YatesUnited Kingdom
1998Ronnie ColemanUSA
1999Ronnie ColemanUSA
2000Ronnie ColemanUSA
2001Ronnie ColemanUSA
2002Ronnie ColemanUSA
2003Ronnie ColemanUSA
2004Ronnie ColemanUSA
2005Ronnie ColemanUSA
2006Jay CutlerUSA
2007Jay CutlerUSA
2008Dexter JacksonUSA
2009Jay CutlerUSA
2010Jay CutlerUSA
2011Phil HeathUSA
2012Phil HeathUSA
2013Phil HeathUSA
2014Phil HeathUSA
2015Phil HeathUSA
2016Phil HeathUSA
2017Phil HeathUSA
2018Shawn RhodenUSA
2019Brandon CurryUSA
2020Mamdouh ElssbiayEgypt
2021Mamdouh ElssbiayEgypt
2022Hadi ChoopanIran
2023TBDTBD
Mr. Olympia winners list

Mr. Olympia 2023 Schedule Date and Time

Mr. Olympia 2023 will be held on November 3-4, 2023, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. The event will be broadcasted live on pay-per-view and streamed online on the official Olympia website.

DateTime (ET)Event
Thursday, November 2nd12:00 pmOlympia Press Conference
7:00 pmMeet the Olympians
Friday, November 3rd9:30 amMs. Olympia Pre-Judging
6:00 pmMs. Olympia Finals
Mr. Olympia Pre-Judging
Saturday, November 4th7:00 pmMr. Olympia Finals
Sunday, November 5th11:00 amOlympia Superstar Seminar
Mr. Olympia 2023 Schedule Date and Time

The pre-judging for Mr. Olympia will be on Friday, November 3, at 6:00 pm ET, and the finals will be on Saturday, November 4, at 7:00 pm ET. With pre-judging and the finals there will be other divisions, such as 212 Olympia, Classic Physique Olympia, Men’s Physique Olympia, Fitness Olympia, Figure Olympia, Women’s Physique Olympia, Bikini Olympia, Wellness Olympia, Ms. Olympia, and Wheelchair Olympia.

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The event will also include the Olympia World Fitness Expo, which will be held on November 3-4, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm ET, at the same venue. Various events and activities, such as the Olympia Press Conference, the Meet the Olympians, the Backstage Tour & Photo Opp, the Olympia Victory Gala, and the Olympia Superstar Seminar will also take place at the same venue, date and time. You can find the full schedule of the event here.

Mr. Olympia 2023 Participants

The participants for Mr. Olympia 2023 are the person who won in competition of IFBB Pro League. The winners of the IFBB are automatically qualified, and the rest of the competitors get points based on their placings. The top three point earners in each division at the end of the qualification period get to compete in Mr. Olympia.

As of today, the following bodybuilders have qualified for Mr. Olympia 2023 in the Men’s Open division:

NameCountryQualification
Brett WilkinUSAChicago Pro 2023 Winner
Hadi ChoopanIranMr. Olympia 2022 Winner
Derek LunsfordUSATampa Pro 2023 Winner
Nick WalkerUSAArnold Classic 2023 Winner
Brandon CurryUSAArnold Classic UK 2023 Winner
Mamdouh ElssbiayEgyptMr. Olympia 2021 Winner
Samson DaudaUnited KingdomPortugal Pro 2023 Winner
Behrooz TabaniIranRomania Muscle Fest Pro 2023 Winner
Tony BurtonUSAPoints Leader
Ross FlaniganUSAPoints Runner-Up
Iain ValliereCanadaPoints Third Place
Qualified for Mr. Olympia 2023 in the Men’s Open division
DivisionQualified Athletes
Men’s OpenHadi Choopan (Iran), Derek Lunsford (USA), Nick Walker (USA) – Withdrawn, Brandon Curry (USA), Mamdouh Elssbiay (Egypt) – Withdrawn, Samson Dauda (UK), Brett Wilkin (USA) – Withdrawn, Behrooz Tabani (Iran), Tony Burton (USA), Ross Flanigan (USA), Iain Valliere (Canada) – Retired, Michal Krizanek (Slovakia), Phil Clahar (USA), Andrea Presti (Italy), Hassan Mostafa (Egypt), Justin Shier (USA), Roman Fritz (Germany), Hunter Labrada (USA), Chinedu Andrew Obiekea (UAE), Kamal Elgargni (Libya) – Withdrawn, Nathan De Asha (UK) – Visa Denied, Regan Grimes (Canada), Theo Leguerrier (France), Charles Griffen (USA)
212Felipe Fierro (Chile), Shaun Clarida (USA), Angel Calderon Frias (Spain), Kamal Elgargni (Libya), Ahmad Ashkanani (Kuwait), Felipe Moraes (Brazil), Kerrith Bajjo (USA), Piotr Borecki (Poland), Andrei Melnikov (Russia), Roman Iushchenko (Ukraine), John Jewett (USA), Chris Jones (USA), Fabrizio de Souza Moreira (Brazil), Naser Mohamed (Kuwait), Keone Pearson (USA), Hidetada Yamagishi (Japan), Oleh Kryvyi (Ukraine), Hossein Kalateh (Canada), Radoslav Angelov (Bulgaria)
Classic PhysiqueWoilid Baatout (France), Chris Bumstead (Canada), Ramon Rocha Queiroz (Brazil), Urs Kalecinski (Germany), Mike Sommerfeld (Germany), Eric Brown (USA), Daniil Famponte (USA), Andrei Kozhokar (Russia), Michael Daboul (UK), German Pastor (Spain), Eric Wildberger Lisboa (Brazil), Samuel Paquin (Canada)
Men’s PhysiqueMehdi Kabbadj (Morocco), Ming Chieh Tsai (Taiwan), Kahlia Ramzi (Algeria), Brandon Hendrickson (USA), Andre Ferguson (USA), Kyron Holden (USA), Carlos DeOliveira (Brazil), Steven Cao (USA), Logan Franklin (USA), George Brown (USA), Jeremy Potvin (USA), Raymond Edmonds (USA), Ryan Terry (UK), Yasser Fernando Chala Blandon (Colombia), Akeem Scott (USA), Anthony Gilkes (USA), Bhuwan Chauhan (Canada), Arya Saffaie (USA), Anton Antipov (USA), Kim Min Su (South Korea)
WheelchairHarold Kelley (USA), Antoni Khadraoui (Sweden), Joshua Foster (USA), Anand Arnold (India), Tyler Brey (USA), Johnny Quinn (USA), Adelfo Cerame Jr. (USA), Joshua Rucker (USA), Bradley Betts (USA), Kris Dim (USA), Daniel Minster (Czech Republic), Joshua Rucker (USA), Kris Dim (USA), Daniel Minster (Czech Republic)
Ms. OlympiaAndrea Shaw (USA), Angela Yeo (USA), Helle Trevino (USA), Sherry Priami (USA), Natalia Kovaleva (USA), Julia Whitesel (USA), Alcione Barreto (USA), MayLa Ash (USA), Kristina Mendoza (USA), Michaela Aycock (USA), Reshanna Boswell (USA), Chelsea Dion (USA)
FitnessMissy Truscott (USA), Oksana Grishina (Russia), Whitney Jones (USA), Jaclyn Baker (USA), Aurika Tyrgale (USA), Minna Pajulahti (Finland), Tiffany Chandler (USA), Darrian Borello (USA), Marta Aguiar (Uruguay), Jeanine Taddeo (USA), Sally Kendall-Williams (USA), Derina Wilson (USA), Kate Errington (UK), Kristy Avery (USA), Giorgia Foroni (Italy), Allison Ethier (Canada), Ryall Graber (Canada), Aurika Tyrgale (USA), Marta Aguiar (Uruguay), Jeanine Taddeo (USA)
Women’s PhysiqueSarah Villegas (USA), Natalia Abraham Coelho (USA), Shanique Grant (USA), Daniely Castilho (Brazil), Valentina Mishina (Russia), Margita Zamolova (Czech Republic), Anne-Lorraine Mohn (France), Laura Pintado Chinchilla (Spain), Penpraghai Tiangngok (Thailand), Ivie Rhein (USA), Jennifer Taylor (USA), Sheena Washington (USA), Brooke Walker (USA), Ashley Jones (USA), Lenka Ferencukova (Czech Republic), La’Drissa Bonivel (USA), Jennifer Hernandez (USA), Claudia Diaz (USA), Tanya Chartrand (Canada), Rachel Daniels (USA)
FigureCydney Gillon (USA), Jessica Reyes Padilla (Puerto Rico), Nadia Wyatt (USA), Nicole Zenobia Graham (USA), Carly Starling-Horrell (USA), Julia Waring (USA), Lola Montez (Canada), Bojana Vasiljevic (Serbia), Sandra Grajales (Mexico), Rhea Gayle (UK), Martina Yabekova (Canada), Ashley Soto (USA), Brittany Campbell (USA), Tarryn Garlington (USA), Ivana Ivusic (USA), Maria Luisa Baeza Diaz (USA), Anna Banks (Poland), Laurelle Martineau (USA), Ashley Losee (USA), Natalia Soltero (Mexico)
BikiniJennifer Dorie (Canada), Janet Layug (USA), Etila Santiago Santos (Brazil), Angelica Teixeira (USA), Lauralie Chapados (Canada), Elisa Pecini (Brazil), Ashley K
Qualified for Mr. Olympia 2023

The list is not final, as there are still some shows left in the qualification period, such as the Japan Pro, the Egypt Pro, and the Legion Sports Fest. The final list will be updated on the official Olympia website.

Mr. Olympia 2023 Winner Prize Money

The winner will receive the Sandow trophy, which is named after Eugen Sandow who is the father of modern bodybuilding, as well as a cash prize of $400,000. The runner-up will receive $150,000, the third place will receive $100,000, the fourth place will receive $55,000, and the fifth place will receive $45,000. The total prize money for the Men’s Open division is $1 million, which is the highest in the history of the event.

PlacePrize Money
1st$400,000
2nd$150,000
3rd$100,000
4th$55,000
5th$45,000
6th$35,000
7th$30,000
8th$25,000
9th$20,000
10th$18,000
11th$16,000
12th$14,000
13th$12,000
14th$10,000
15th$8,000
Total$1,000,000
Mr. Olympia 2023 Winner Prize Money

The prize money for Mr. Olympia 2023 is the highest in the history of the event. The total prize money for all the divisions is $2.6 million, which is also a record-breaking amount.

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