2024 Pittsburgh Pro Bodybuilding Show Preview

The 2024 Pittsburgh Pro is slated for May 10-11, 2024, in Pittsburgh, PA. This event is promoted by IFBB Pro League President Jim Manion, and it’s one of the more recognized events on the bodybuilding calendar.

Six IFBB Pro League divisions will host competitions over two days. A special guest-posing event will feature top stars in the Men’s Open division on Saturday, May 11.

2024 Pittsburgh Pro Bodybuilding Show Rosters

The rosters for the competitions are below, courtesy of the IFBB Pro League:

Classic Physique

Cody Amey (Canada)

Tony Coke (Canada)

Thomas Connelly (United States)

Gregory Dawson (Canada)

Camilo Diaz (Colombia)

Matthew Greggo (United States)

Jared Keys (United States)

Dmytro Krazhan (United States)

Eric Lisboa (Brazil)

Cleef Metellus (United States)

Valentin Petrov (Bulgaria)

Bradley Pfeifer (United States)

Kenneth Silcott (United States)

James Young (United States)

Men’s Physique

Aundre Benson (United States)

Ali Bilal (Afghanistan)

George Brown (United States)

Vitor Chaves (Brazil)

Jordan Clark (United States)

Jimmy Decius-Norius (United States)

Jaydon Goddard (Bermuda)

Maxim Golovatii (United States)

Juan Gomez (Colombia)

Wilfred Harris (United States)

Rodney Harvey (United States)

Missael Leija (Mexico)

Chris Mantovani (Canada)

Michael Mayers (United States)

Tom McNamara (Australia)

Clarence McSpadden (United States)

Deke Walker (United Kingdom)

Miguel Zapata (Dominican Republic)

Women’s Physique

Samantha Emery (Canada)

Joleen Keith (United States)

Natalie Rae Wolfe (United States)


Maria Luisa Baeza Diaz Pereira (United States)

Jessica Bowers (United States)

Madison Dinges (United States)

Ali Heisler (United States)

Ashley Lakomowski (United States)

Ericka Morales Morgan (Guatemala)

Serena Salis (Bahamas)

Amy Smith (United States)

Natalia Soltero (United States)

Silva Tamires (Brazil)

Sarah Van Heiden (United States)

Maggie Watson (Canada)

Aksana Yukhno (United States)


Maria Acosta (United States)

Verushqa Andrade (United States)

Maya Astabie (United States)

Vania Auguste (United States)

Iulia Baba (Romania)

Ariana Brothers (United States)

Aimee Leann Delgado (United States)

Alessia Facchin (Italy)

Valeria Fedorenko (Ukraine)

Inna Gavryliuk (United States)

Brittany Gillespie (United States)

Tara Grier (United States)

Vanessa Guzman (United States)

Brittany Hamilton (United States)

Shaneeka Harmonson (United States)

Ashley Kaltwasser (United States)

India Paulino (United States)

Reyna Perez Mecalco (Mexico)

Sharon Ramos (Dominican Republic)

Alexandria Ross (United States)

Kirsty Taylor (United Kingdom)

Allison Testu (France)


Elisa Alcantara (Dominican Republic)

Juliane Almeida (Brazil)

Marissa Andrews (United States)

Kristin Broadwell (Canada)

Priscilla Lynd (United States)

Giselle Machado (Mexico)

Jasmine Payne (United States)

Rose Pham (United States)

Bridgiamell Rodriguez (Puerto Rico)

Riley Walsh (United States)

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Bikini Division Athletes to Watch

The Bikini division is stacked in Pittsburgh. Here’s who to keep eyes on:

Ashley Kaltwasser

The Bikini division show features 22 competitors — the most out of the six for the weekend. Among those competitors is Ashley Kaltwasser, the record-holder for most pro show wins of any IFBB Pro League athlete with 44.

The three-time Bikini Olympia champion is already locked into the 2024 Bikini Olympia in Las Vegas, NV, on Oct. 10-13, 2024, but she has her sights set on 50 career wins.

Aimee Leann Delgado

Standing in Kaltwasser’s way is the 2023 Pittsburgh Pro winner, Aimee Leann Delgado. Delgado defeated Kaltwasser for that title, but Kaltwasser placed ahead of Delgado at the 2023 Olympia.

This has become an entertaining rivalry for fans, pushing both athletes to greater heights. Delgado is also locked into the 2024 Olympia.

India Paulino

Longtime competitor India Paulino will return to the competitive stage for the first time this season in Pittsburgh. The former Bikini International winner most recently competed in this show in 2022 and placed fifth. She won the show in 2015 and 2012.

Men’s Open Guest Posing

The special attraction of this event is that several of the Men’s Open stars arrive in Pittsburgh to guest pose in one of their final appearances before they begin prep for the Olympia. This tradition goes back decades — Ronnie Coleman and Jay Cutler were featured together in the early 2000s.

The 2024 exhibition features stars of multiple divisions. The roster scheduled to appear on the show as of May 10, 2024, is below, including the reigning Mr. Olympia, Derek Lunsford.

Samson Dauda

Martin Fitzwater

Andrew Jacked

Urs Kalecinski

Hunter Labrada

Derek Lunsford — 2023 Mr. Olympia

Nick Walker

Featured Image: @npcifbbpittsburgh on Instagram 

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