2002 Ironman Results, Competitor Listing And Info!

See the competitor listing, pics, and info on who was in the competition and also who won the 2002 Ironman.
   

2002 IRONMAN PRO INVITATIONAL

Redondo Beach, California
February 16, 2002

NAME COUNTRY PLACE
Chris CORMIER* USA 1
Lee PRIEST* Australia 2
Ernie TAYLOR* England 3
Ahmed HAIDAR Lebanon 4
Quincy TAYLOR USA 5
Tommi THORVILDSEN Norway 6
Garrett DOWNING USA 7
Jason ARTNZ USA 8
Victor MARTINEZ USA 9
Jeff LONG USA 10
Eddie ABBEW England 11
Jamo NEZZAR England 12
Gustavo BADELL Puerto Rico 13
Istvan Kis HORVATH Hungary 14
Lawrence MARSHALL Trinidad 15
Jerry RODGERS USA 16
Ivory TURNER USA 17

*Qualifies for the 2002 Mr. Olympia

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Chris Cormier, 1st (Avidan)
Lee Priest, 2nd (Avidan)


Pre-Judging Lineup (Avidan)

TONS MORE PICS RIGHT HERE!

Info Below Is From Our Ironman Preview

Here is the full competitor listing as of 2/13/01:

  • Eddie Abbew (St. Albans, England)
  • Jason Arntz (Berkeley Heights, NJ)
  • Gustavo Badell (Carolina, PR)
  • Chris Cormier (Marina del Rey, CA)
  • Garrett Downing (Carlsbad, CA)
  • Ahmad Haidar (Pompano Beach, FL)
  • Dennis James (Chonburi, Thailand)
  • Christian Lobarede (Miami Beach, FL)
  • Jeff Long (Stockbridge, GA)
  • Patrick Lynn (Garden Grove, CA)
  • Lawrence Marshall (Port of Spain, Trinidad)
  • Victor Martinez (New York, NY)
  • Mustafa Mohammad (Vienna, Austria)
  • Lee Priest (Venice, CA)
  • Jamo Nezzar (London, England)
  • Ernie Taylor (Birmingham, England)
  • Quincy Taylor (Granada Hills, CA)
  • Ivory Turner (Randallstown, MD)

*Above: Lee Priest 4 Weeks Out. Ready to do some serious damage.

Latest News - From GetBig and Ron Avidan.

Chris Cormier Is In!

Like last year, when Chris Cormier stepped up on the last day and entered the 2001 Ironman Pro, Chris at first wanted to the Ironman, then decided not to, and now has decided to compete in the 2002 Ironman. With Chris winning the last three Ironman's, Chris is most definately the favorite at the 2002 Ironman. Other favorites include Dennis James, Garrett Downing, Lee Priest and Quincy Taylor.

Rookie Of The Year?

Judging from whispers around the Los Angeles gyms, it looks like Quincy Taylor will be a force to contend with in his rookie year as a pro. Quincy, standing at 6'3" tall, and 290 pounds, will most definately be the biggest and heaviest bodybuilder when he steps on stage at the Ironman Pro. Quincy has a small chance of placing in the top three to grad a coveted Mr. Olympia invitation, as only a few in the past have done that in their first pro show, including King Kamali last year at the Ironman.

Click here for info about the 2002 Arnold Classic.