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results of npc nationals

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2002 NPC NATIONALS, DALLAS, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 22-23
MEN'S OVERALL WINNER: TONEY FREEMAN
Super-Heavyweights
1) Toney Freeman*
2) David Palumbo
3) Mat Duvall
4) Eddie Moyzan
5) Allen Fortney
Heavyweights
1) Joe Ntiforo*
2) David Watson
3) Thomas Rieke
4) Franklin Roberson
5) Sebastian Zona
Light-Heavyweights
1) Michael Valentino*
2) Kris Dim
3) Prince Fontenot
4) Rashid Shabazz
5) Eddie Linda
Middleweights
1) David Henry*
2) Tricky Jackson
3) Robert Kreider
4) Kevin Bunn
5) Robert M. Evans
Lightweights
1) Derik Farnsworth*
2) Chickelazor
3) Al Ferraro
4) Roland Aki
5) Johnny Traynor
Bantamweights
1) Clifton Torres*
2) Johnny McKnight
3) Randy Jackson
4) Eric Yamashita
5) Michael Wick

WOMEN'S OVERALL WINNER: SARAH DUNLAP
Heavyweights
1) Sarah Dunlap*
2) Alley Miesch-Nie
3) Sherry Smith
4) Tatianna Butler
5) Heather Policky
Middleweights
1) Jeannie Paparone*
2) Cynthia Gonzales
3) Lisa Winston
4) Elena Seiple-Perticari
5) Anita Nikolich
Lightweights
1) Susan Fancini*
2) Dawn Riehl
3) Pam Kusar
4) Michelle Davis
5) Shannon Rabon

FITNESS OVERALL WINNER: LISA UZZLE
TALL CLASS
1) Bridgete Newell*
2) Elizabeth Maurice*
Medium Class
1) Lisa Uzzle*
2) Trish Mayberry*
Short Class
1) Stacy Wig*
2) Liane Seiwald*
*Earns pro card
 

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well, i am glad that farnsworth got his win. i really like the guy and is a true gentleman. i do feel sorry palumbo though....how many times does he get a chance and still come back?? i would be one discouraged s.o.b. at this point. who would have though freeman?? i like the idea of a guy coming basically out of no where....thanks dp for posting the results so quick. by the way dp, i saw the video footage of your posing routine...you looked great. i hope this year is your year bro...
 

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I feel for me man curtis bryant . he did the light heavy and I just dont see how he could look any better. well theres allways next year.
 

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I not sure

I had a bud there and he told me of a guy in the lthvywt class that was a freak but had synthol in the shoulders bad and he was judged down for it.
 

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Re: I not sure

dpsquat said:
I had a bud there and he told me of a guy in the lthvywt class that was a freak but had synthol in the shoulders bad and he was judged down for it.
thats not my guy. I can tell you for a fack that he dosent use it
 

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no pics

will have them on monday maybe...
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Im sure your buddy looked great!! i was told there were 30 in the class
 

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30!!! must have been a tough class. but at that level they all just start looking the same I heard it was a freak show this year and everybody was on.
 
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Well i see they screwed Kris Dim AGAIN! fuck me yes Mike Valetino was in vry good shape and I have all the respect i nthe world for him but in no way could he stand onstage next to Kris!hmmm i wonder if it is because he is a district chairman for the NPC? oops did i say that! wyldeone.
 

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lmas

ok im not the only one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! wylde you remember the guy who does my BF named J S correct! well he went and said the mike HUng on the front but it was not close from the back... This is coming from an NPC judge!!!!!!
 

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Re: fuck me!

wyldeone said:
Well i see they screwed Kris Dim AGAIN! fuck me yes Mike Valetino was in vry good shape and I have all the respect i nthe world for him but in no way could he stand onstage next to Kris!hmmm i wonder if it is because he is a district chairman for the NPC? oops did i say that! wyldeone.
Yeah, Dim got screwed out of a pro card twice this year. I was there too Wyldeone and I actually had Valetino in 3rd behind Dim and Fontenot. I was shocked that Eddie Linda didn't bring his best conditioning to this show.
 

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how did curits bryant look? he was in the light heavys
 

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lool there were 40 in each class.
 

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Dim

Not for nothing, but Dim's conditioning was way off for the pre-judging. Since most of the decision on placings are generally made there, this was his problem. He weighed in at 184 (lighter than USA) but was pretty soft looking. Difficulty he will face is matching his or improving upon his USA condition. The judges have seen it and now expect it. Dim has been around a while and has a great physique, but has always been inconsistent. Valentino was hard front and back at both prejudging and night show. He deserved the win in my opinion. Does his political position benefit him? No doubt about it.....doesn't it always? :)
 

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no wonder my bro didnt place good. they lost his info and had to pay $150 to get in the show. then they put him up last.
 

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chris dim had superior shape to vlentino, but like u said bro, dim's conditioning WAS off for prejujing, he was a bit flat....Valentino was ON!! he was tight, PLUS HE"S AN NPC CHAIRMAN in VA!!!
So he's got the political advantage...It was a close call

DAVE Palumbo Got SCREWED!!!! he's gotta stop making enemies.
he's was by far the MOST CoNDITIONED in that show, and the FREAKIEST!!!

Just my 2c's
Mo
 

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