The Middle East’s leading international bodybuilding event, Dubai Muscle Show; will be hosting the IFBB Gulf Classic, on 8th – 9th December 2017, at Dubai World Trade Centre. Amateur bodybuilders and Fitness athletes are invited to register for this event, designed to attract over 20.000 spectators, in 2 days; thought their respective national federations.
The IFBB Gulf Classic, held in association with the Emirates Bodybuilding Federation and Universal Muscle, Fitness & Fashion; is open to athletes from all IFBB-affiliated National Federations worldwide. The event will offer a Pro Card for the overall winners in Men’s Bodybuilding, Men´s Classic Bodybuilding, and Men´s Physique (3 Pro Cards, in total).
The IFBB Gulf Classic will host the below IFBB disciplines:
- Men’s Bodybuilding (5 weight categories + Junior + Masters Open)
- Men´s Physique (4 height categories + Junior + Masters Open)
- Men’s Classic Bodybuilding (7 categories)
Amateur athletes will compete in front of some of the world’s most successful bodybuilders, such as 8x Mr Olympia, Ronnie Coleman; 4x Mr Olympia, Jay Cutler; Arnold Classic Winner, Kai Greene; top contender “Big Ramy” or muscle icon, Sergi Constance; who will all be attending the annual event.
The show will feature two days of exciting competitions, celebrity appearances, challenges, seminars and an exhibition with over 150 of the world’s leading fitness brands. Other fitness events, such as Reebok Les Mills Live Dubai, Emirates Strongest Man, Global Calisthenics Games, in addition to Boxing and MMA, will provide visitors and fitness enthusiast with an unprecedented amount of opportunities to watch some of the world’s leading amateur athletes.
To find out more information about Dubai Muscle Show or IFBB Gulf Classic, please visit: http://www.dubaimuscleshow.com and http://www.ifbb.com
Athletes wishing to participate, should visit this link to view the Inspection Report: https://www.ifbb.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/GulfClassic_InspectionReport_2mb-1.pdf reminding that, as per IFBB Rules, inscriptions must to be made thought the athlete´s National Federation.