Luca Reger Wins 2024 German Classic Pro Classic Physique Show – Fitnessnacks

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    Reger’s first pro victory came in his home country.

    Last updated on May 27th, 2024

    Luca Reger is the 2024 German Classic Pro champion. This Classic Physique show, promoted by Dennis James, was held on May 25, 2024, in St. Leon-Rot, Germany. It featured 13 IFBB Pro League athletes looking to qualify for the 2024 Olympia Weekend in Las Vegas, NV, on Oct. 10-13, 2024. Reger held center stage as the champion in his home country.

    Fellow German Alexander Westermeier came in second, and Ferran Minana Ibanez of Spain rounded out the top three. Six countries were represented in this lineup. The final placings are below:

    2024 German Classic Pro Classic Physique Results

    1. Luca Reger (Germany)
    2. Alexander Westermeier (Germany)
    3. Ferran Minana Ibanez (Spain)
    4. Bryan Tomo Bertschmann (Switzerland)
    5. Armin Mahr (Germany)
    6. Manuel Moisel (Germany)
    7. Shane Cullen (Ireland)
    8. German Pastor (Spain)
    9. Andrea Mammoli (Italy)
    10. Andre Gerstner (Germany)
    11. Fatih Terzioglu (Turkey)
    12. Florian Hartlage (Germany)
    13. Edwin Owusu (Italy)

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    Winner — Luca Reger

    This is Reger’s first pro win and Olympia qualification, and they both come in his second pro show ever. He made his first pro appearance in 2023 at the Iogenix Spain Pro, where he placed sixth. Reger can wait to compete until the Olympia or attempt to win other pro shows, thereby blocking additional Olympia qualifications from being awarded.

    Second Place — Alexander Westermeier

    Many fans and experts felt Wastermeier was the favorite entering this event but settled for silver. He received all second-place votes from the judges in the prejudging round, the only round scored. This was Westermeier’s second pro show of 2024. He had previously placed third at the California Supplements Pro.

    Third Place — Ferran Minana Ibanez

    Ibanez finished third in his second pro show of his rookie campaign. This is the second straight time he finished one spot behind Westermeier. He ranked fourth at the California Supplements Pro event. Westermeier, Ibanez, and the rest of the lineup have until Sept. 15, 2024, to win a show to join Reger on the 2024 Olympia stage.

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