Winner: Phil Heath
Prize money: $400,000
Hgihtligtht: Heath tied Dorian Yates (1992-1997) by winning his sixth consecutive Sandow trophy.
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Winner: Jeremy Buendia
Prize money: $15,000
Highlight: Buendia was favored to walk away with his third straight Physique O title, and after spending the year training, he proved the oddsmakers right.
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Winner: Juliana Malacarne
Prize money: $35,000
Highlight: Malacarne won her third straight Physique O.
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Winner: Latorya Watts
Highlight: Watts won her second O title as 4x winner Nicole Wilkins fell to fourth.
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Winner: Flex Lewis
Prize money: $40,000
Highlight: Lewis captured his fifth straight 212 title.
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Winner: Courtney King
Highlight: King delivered an upset by dethroning three-time Bikini O champ Ashley Kaltwasser, who dropped to fourth place.
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Winner: Danny Hester
Prize Money: $12,500
Highlight: Hesterwon the first-ever Classic Physique O title six months after winning the first pro Classic Physique show in IFBB history.
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Winner: Oksana Grishina
Highlight: Grishina’s high-flying, Michael Jackson-inspired routine resulted in her third straight Olympia win.
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