The start of a global pandemic shut down much of the 2020 Arnold Classic weekend and is once again affecting the event in 2021, with the competitions being modified to better adhere to safety guidelines.

Despite the necessary modifications, many of bodybuilding's biggest and best will pose down on Saturday, September 25 in Columbus, Ohio, with hopes of winning one of the sport's biggest titles and being interviewed by the legendary Arnold Schwarzenegger at the end of the night.

September 13, 2021

Arnold Classic 2021 Predictions

The best in the IFBB Pro League will compete in Columbus. Here's who to watch for.

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Did a year of forced downtime help or hurt this year’s competitors? Find out here!

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Pose Downs/Routines Highlights

See who nailed their routine and who missed the chance to own the stage.

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Final Standings

Meet the new Arnold Classic champions!

There are usually eight competitions taking place over the course of two days, but due to the ongoing pandemic, this year's version will feature just four divisions: Men's Open Bodybuilding, Classic Physique, Bikini, and Fitness.


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