North Americans Mens Results - McCarver Takes Overall

Results, Placements and Links for the 2012 North Americans: Chris Przybyla, Joe Romine, Dan Decker, Dallas McCarver, Tim Johnson, and Andrew Jemmott win Pro Cards
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It was another great bodybuilding competition run by Gary Udit and Team. It moved from Cleveland to Pittsburgh this year, but it ran without a hitch. It's a great venue with lots of hotel room choices and tons of food options all within walking distance. But enough of that - let's get to the heart of the show!

North American Posedown

The largest surprise of them all was the emergence of Dallas McCarver, an unknown newcomer, taking the Super Heavyweight class and the Overall for his Pro card at the ripe old age of 21 at his 3rd ever bodybuilding competition. Neither Cody Lewis nor Nick Trigili could have touched that! In fact, the last time this happened was in 1987 when Shawn Ray turned pro at the Nationals at the same age of 21.

North American Posedown

A good friend of mine, the dedicated bodybuilder hailing from Wisconsin, Kevin Tomasini, took second. This would have been Kevin's show had the McCarver phenom not competed. More was expected of Nick Trigili but sometimes when there is too much pressure or high expectations, things may not go well. His conditioning wasn't quite on par with the USAs showing a month before, so it's back to the drawing board with extra rest. We may see Nick at the Nationals this year giving it one more go for the 2012 Bodybuilding season. However, Nick hung tight and did not give up - moving from second call-outs in prejudging to placing 5th in a very tough Super Heavyweight class.

Dan DeckerThe open heavyweight, in my opinion, is the toughest class next the light heavyweight in which to compete. Supers can drop down or crazy light heavyweights can move up. So congratulations to Joe Romine for a well deserved win in this class. I expected more from Rob Youells after his USAs showing but again, similar to Nick Trigili, expectations and pressure did not help Youells this weekend. There's still time to rest and recuperate for this year's Nationals but 3 competitions in one year may be tough. In my opinion, if Rob were to take a step back, rest up for 2013, Rob will be your next USA Overall winner.

Dan Decker took the 35 and Over. Another dedicated bodybuilder from Illinois who has been making his way up the ranks and proved himself this year. He's been knocking on the door for sometime, but being a taller bodybuilder, Decker had to bide his time as he added quality size to his tall frame. Matt Lowden, an MHP athlete, took the over 35 Heavyweight class with his spot on conditioning, but Matt still lacks the mass to compete in the open Heavyweight placing 6th behind the likes of Joe Romine, Josh Wade, Rafael Jaramillo, Robert Youells and Julius Page - All thick and heavy heavyweights.

Andrew 'Drew' Jemmott took the Over 40 with a well deserved pro card. Both at the Masters and the North Americans, the Over 40 competitors have been competing at the National Level for years and the top 5 all look like they could be professional bodybuilders with their mature muscle mass. Drew however, stood head and shoulders above the rest and took the heavyweight and the overall for a pro card.

The following is a list of all men who earned Pro Cards at the 2012 IFBB North Americans: Chris Przybyla, Joe Romine, Dan Decker, Dallas McCarver, Tim Johnson, and Andrew Jemmott.

Open Bodybuilding Over 35 Bodybuilding Over 40 Bodybuilding Over 50 Bodybuilding
       

Overall
Dallas McCarver 

Super Heavyweight
1. Dallas McCarver 
2. Kevin Tomasini 
3. Matthew Mazuroski 
4. Ron Partlow 
5. Nick Trigili 
6. Nathan Steiger 
7. Cody Lewis 
8. Eboni Wilson 
9. Marlon John 
10. Joseph Mackey 
11. Korbie Ntiforo 
12. Matt Brozovich
13. David Sheppard 
14. Jermichael Pratt 

Heavyweight
1. Joe Romine 
2. Josh Wade 
3. Rafael Jaramillo 
4. Robert Youells 
5. Julius Page 
6. Matthew Lowden 
7. John Meadows 
8. Brad Rowe 
9. Joel Thomas
10. Zinjun Croon 
11. Tony Friedrich
12. Terrance Hawkins 
13. Jay Bednar 
14. Jacob Paniagua 
15. Todd Whitting 
16. Jake Baumgartner 
16. Juan Vega 
16. Rob Costarelli
16. Yano Garcia
16. Derek Goughenour 
16. John Pitsch 
16. James Culberson
16. David Fenty 
16. Aaron Casillas

Light Heavyweight
1. Chris Przybyla 
2. Michael Pariso 
3. Mike Yablon 
4. Dave Rienzi 
5. Robert Farrow 
6. Charles Lyons
7. Earskin Presley 
8. Yumon Eaton 
9. Arthur Williams 
10. Victor Villalobos
11. Tad Inoue 
12. Jordy Villalobos 
13. Bernardo Rodriguez 
14. Chris Lentino 
15. Ronald Gonzalez 
16. Daniel Saxton

Middleweight
1. Ray Barnett 
2. Chuck Williams 
3. Tony Bevacqua 
4. Hans Gronden 
5. Travis French 
6. Stoil Stoilov 
7. Craig Pratt 
8. Guillermo Escalante 
9. John Gallagher 
10. Toby Schulze 
11. Joechris Ross 
12. Jery Lossel 
13. Mark Smith 
14. Mark Metzger

Welterweight
1. Jose Fortuna 
2. Chad Frenzel 
3. Dickens Fenelon 
4. John Hill 
5. Omar Holt 
6. Garry Lodoen 
7. Tommie Robertson 
8. Clarence Tyler 
9. Mauricio Mondragon 
10. David Pitocco 
11. Matt Thomas

Lightweight
1. Todd Lee 
2. Jack Oehlers 
3. Hiep Nguyen 
4. Jose Marana 
5. Randy Paterniti 
6. Zaid Adamo 
7. Brandon Hamilton

Bantamweight
1. George Gibson 
2. Ali Al-hassan 
3. Frankie Ferguson 
4. Bob Reiner

Over 35 - Overall
Dan Decker

Over 35 - Super Heavyweight
1. Dan Decker 
2. Ron Partlow 
3. Marlon John 
4. James Bivens 
5. Eboni Wilson 
6. David Sheppard 
7. Jermichael Pratt

Over 35 - Heavyweight
1. Matthew Lowden 
2. Robert Youells 
3. Julius Page 
4. Terrance Hawkins 
5. Kevin Sperling 
6. Sebastian Zona 
7. John Meadows 
8. Yano Garcia
9. Avery Adams
10. John Pitsch 
11. Aaron Casillas 
12. Michael Moore

Over 35 - Light Heavyweight
1. Robert Farrow 
2. Brian Hoydic 
3. Jamie Ibone 
4. Tad Inoue 
5. Jean Claude Desardouin 
6. Jim Everton 
7. Craig A. Torres

Over 35 - Middleweight
1. Tony Bevacqua 
2. Craig Pratt 
3. Hans Gronden 
4. John Gallagher 
5. Toby Schulze 
6. Guillermo Escalante

Over 35 - Welterweight
1. Clarence Tyler 
2. Garry Lodoen

Over 35 - Lightweight
1. Randy Paterniti 
2. Jose Marana 
3. Zaid Adamo

Over 35 - Bantamweight
1. Frankie Ferguson

Over 40 - Overall
Andrew Jemmott

Over 40 - Super Heavyweight
1. Andrew Jemmott 
2. Jeff Johnson 
3. James Bivens 
4. Korbie Ntiforo 
5. Kevin Law 
6. Dorian Adams

Over 40 - Heavyweight
1. Andrew Sarmast 
2. John Meadows 
3. Tim Mcguire 
4. Joe Tong 
5. David Coleman 
6. Kevin Sperling 
7. Rob Costarelli
8. Daniel DeGeorge 
9. Karl Sheldon 
10. Spike Johnson 
11. Glen Rodriguez 
12. Bernie Mockler 
13. Mike Allen

Over 40 - Light Heavyweight
1. Mike Yablon 
2. Robert Farrow 
3. Brian Hoydic 
4. Todd Anthony Falco 
5. Tim Davis 
6. Jamie Ibone 
7. Earskin Presley 
8. Kevin Knapp 
9. Tad Inoue 
10. Jose Dejesus 
11. Jean Claude Desardouin 
12. Andrew Krawczyk
13. Yumon Eaton 
14. Jim Everton 
15. Milton Martinez 
16. Victor Velderrain 
17. David Kalick 
17. Andre Scott 
17. Bobby Holmes 
17. Robert Hashagen
17. Chris Eaddy
17. Scott Rauseo 
17. Craig A. Torres

Over 40 - Middleweight
1. Tony Bevacqua 
2. Hans Gronden 
3. Craig Pratt 
4. Stoil Stoilov 
5. John Gallagher 
6. Michael Davila 
7. Rich Bentley 
8. Gary Kadet

Over 40 - Welterweight
1. Jose Fortuna 
2. Scott Peskin 
3. Omar Holt 
4. Matt Thomas 
5. Tommie Robertson 
6. Ted Glasgow

Over 40 - Lightweight
1. Randy Paterniti

Over 50 - Overall
Tim Johnson

Over 50 - Super Heavyweight
1. Kamuela Chun 
2. Phil Cooper 
3. Donald Smith

Over 50 - Heavyweight
1. Don Willes 
2. Paul Kuhn 
3. John Antista 
4. Johnny Miller 
5. Greg Grant

Over 50 - Light Heavyweight
1. Tim Johnson 
2. Frank Grieco 
3. Michael Halpin 
4. Jeffrey Howard 
5. Dan Johnedis 
6. Truck Mitchell
7. Jamie Tucker 
8. Karl Davis 
9. John Cole 
10. Jeff Richardson 
11. Richard Scott 
12. Tim Smith

Over 50 - Middleweight
1. Kevin Creeden 
2. Mike Brown 
3. Steve Dufrene 
4. Chuck Carter 
5. Edgardo Melendez 
6. Michael Davila 
7. Tim Anderson 
8. Curtis Little 
9. Glenn Wilkins
10. Gary Kadet

Over 50 - Welterweight
1. John Hill 
2. Alfonso Villegas 
3. Ted Glasgow 
4. Cliff Shipley 
Joe Lamanna

Over 50 - Lightweight
1. George Gibson 
2. Bob Reiner

 

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