2024 Toronto Pro Bodybuilding Show Preview

The 2024 Toronto Pro Supershow is slated to take place on the weekend of June 8-9, 2024, in Toronto, ON, Canada. Ten of the IFBB Pro League’s 11 divisions are featured in this show. The Fitness division will not be represented. 

The winners of each of the 10 shows will earn a qualification to compete at the 2024 Olympia Weekend in Las Vegas, NV, on Oct. 10-13, 2024, if that winner had not previously qualified. No qualification will be awarded if a champion is already on the Olympia roster.

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2024 Toronto Pro Rosters

The full rosters for all 10 contests are below, with names in alphabetical order:

Men’s Open

Dan Afan (France)

Prince Boabang (Canada) 

Tim Budesheim (Germany)

Volodymyr Byruk (Ukraine)

Gianluca Di Lorenzo (Italy)

Jonarthur Duncan (United States)

Quinton Eriya (Canada)

Ethan Grossman (United States)

John Jewett (United States)

Jang Min Lee (South Korea)

Hassan Mostafa (Egypt)

Nathan Spear (United States)

Robin Strand(Canada)

Brent Swansen (United States)

Akim Williams (United States)

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Francis Allard (Canada)

Athanasios Attilakos (United States)

Adejoh Franklyn Audu (Canada)

Peter Boncardo (Canada)

Ricardo Correia (Brazil)

Pasquale D’angelo (Italy)

Stephen Didoshak (Canada)

Cody Drobot (Canada)

Yumon Eaton (United States)

Esteban Fuquene (Colombia)

Lucas Garcia (Brazil)

Hossein Kalateh (Canada)

Zach Keefer (United States)

Ching Chieh Lin (Taiwan)

Marco Sarcone (Italy)

Rachid Souki (Brazil)

Jeon Sugeun (South Korea)

Steve Thayer (United States)

Giuseppe Christian Zagarella (Italy)

Classic Physique

Evan Alexiou (Canada)

Jose Alfredo Anaya Blanco (Mexico)

Tony Coke (Canada)

Luca Corrado (Italy)

Blake Course (Canada)

Niall Darwen United Kingdom

Gregory Dawson (Canada)

Alan Mariano Garcia (United States)

Jorge Luis Guerrero Gallegos (Mexico)

Edgard John-Augustin (United Arab Emirates)

Kenyon Leno (United States)

Andrea Mammoli (Italy)

Bobby Mazzara (United States)

German Pastor (Spain)

Michael Reilly (United States)

Sich Sak (Canada)

Jimmy Sirard (Canada)

Terrance Teo Kok Hua (Malaysia)

Men’s Physique

Mohammed Al Kindy (Oman)

Mattia Ballarini (Italy)

Austin Belanger (Canada)

Drew Cullen (United States)

Francisco Alberto Delacruz (Canada)

Karim Hawash (United States)

Kadeem Hillman (United States)

Nicola Maccarini (Italy)

Chris Mantovani (Canada)

Lemar Martin (Canada)

Eric Neal (United States)

Chevy Phillips (Canada)

Sharif Reid (United States)

Tyler Smith (United Kingdom)

Kimani Victor (Canada)

Dominique Warren (United States)

Taylor Wilson (Canada)

Yi Yang (China)

Men’s Wheelchair

Anand Arnold (India)

Eugenio Molino (Italy)

Women’s Bodybuilding

Nadia Capotosto (Italy)

Gina Cavaliero (United States)

Melanie Horton (Canada)

Ava Melillo (United States)

Sheena Ohlig (United States)

Gabriela Pena De La Vega (United States)

Teresa Rego (Canada)

Kyna Squarey (Canada)


Lauren Calderoni (United States)

Natashia Dallin (United States)

Manon Dutilly (Canada)

Solongo Enkhbold (Mongolia)

Marlen Gonzalez (United States)

Jessica Gubenschek (Austria)

Emily Hammond (Canada)

Giselie Heathcote (Canada)

Jennifer Johnson (United States)

Jeanne Kassel (Germany)

Ashley Lakomowski (United States)

Gabriela Linhartova (Czech Republic)

Daniella Means (United States)

Alysha Mills (Canada)

Lena Ramsteiner (Germany)

Lee Shineun (South Korea)

Lia Taylor (United States)

Ornella Turturro (Argentina)

Mandy Urner (Canada)

Maggie Watson (Canada)

Amanda Winston (United Kingdom)

Karen Wright (Canada)


Jasmi Aprile (Italy)

Kimberly Bonilla (United States)

Mizel Cataquiz (Canada)

Marylou Charette (Canada)

Cassandra De La Rosa (Mexico)

Erika Devera (United States)

Lorena Garcia Araya (Chile)

Czarina Gisela Gastelum Valenzuela (Mexico)

Racquel Hutchinson (Canada)

Oleksandra Khovrych (Ukraine)

Ameera Klement (Germany)

Lilian Lopez Alonso (Mexico)

Alice Marchisio (Italy)

Lindsay Martens (Canada)

Karen Orlena (Canada)

Anna Setlak (Italy)

Maxine Alexandra Somov (Canada)

Gina Switzeny (Canada)

Women’s Physique

Olivia Bian (China)

Sarah Bow (Canada)

Candice Carr (Trinidad and Tobago)

Wei Peng Chen (Taiwan)

Georgina D’abreo (Canada)

Jessica Falborn (United States)

Tracey Guile (Australia)

Lisa Jacobs (Canada)

Joleen Keith (United States)

Lorraine Lafleur (Bahamas)

Ji Hye Lee (South Korea)

Robyn Mays (United States)

Angela Noury (United States)

Autumn Swansen (United States)

Nadia Vandal (Canada)


Kristin Broadwell (Canada)

Celeste Chandler (Canada)

Sabrina Diaz Urdaneta (Spain)

Cindy Hodgkinson (Canada)

Stephanie Jones (United States)

Brittany Miller (United States)

Chiara Moroni (Italy)

Alexis Nicole (United States)

Esmeralda Ochoa Diaz (Mexico)

Victoria Puentes (United States)

Rosie Stodalka (Canada)

Carlotta Tonelli (Italy)

Simara Walter (Brazil)

Minju Yoon (South Korea)

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Men’s Open Athletes to Watch

Below are three Men’s Open athletes likely in contention for the crown:

Akim Williams

This is Akim Williams’s first contest appearance since 2022 when he finished tied for 16th at the Olympia. The 11-year pro was last in this contest in 2018; he finished second to winner Juan Morel.

Williams’ last pro win came at the 2022 Tampa Pro. He is considered one of the larger athletes in the division and is thick in the upper body. He is considered a favorite to score his fifth career pro victory.

Hassan Mostafa

This is Hassan Mostafa’s 2024 season debut. The 2023 Vancouver Pro winner is trying to join a club of athletes that has won both the Vancouver and Toronto shows in their careers.

The last to pull the feat off was Iain Valliere, who won the 2022 Vancouver Pro and 2023 Toronto Pro Supershow before announcing his retirement. Mostafa was second to Valliere in the Toronto contest. Mostafa was 11th at the 2023 Mr. Olympia contest, and if he wins this show to qualify, he would have four months to prepare for the 2024 Olympia.

Quinton Eriya

Quinton “Beastwood” Eriya represents the host country. Winning this show is one of his career goals. Eriya ranked second in this show in 2021.

This is his second pro contest of the 2024 season. His first was at the 2024 New York Pro, finishing sixth overall. He seeks his first pro win and Olympia qualification.

How to Watch

Canadian Physique Alliance (CAP) amateur events are on the same weekend. Athletes who earn their pro cards will be eligible to enter the pro shows the following day if they choose to.

Fans who will not be in Toronto to see the event live can purchase the show’s livestream for both rounds of all 10 divisions for $60 (CAD). A stream for the amateur shows on June 8, 2024, is also available for the same price. Details on how to order the stream can be found at http://www.torontoproshow.com/livestream.php.

Featured Image: @akim_bkbeast_williams on Instagram

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