Results: The 2006 Mr./ Ms. North Carolina
Bodybuilding & Fitness/Figure Championships
15 July 2006
Burlington, North Carolina 27215
Sponsor: Si-Flex Physique Club Inc.
Teenage (13-19): Alex Luster, Boone, NC
Overall Teenage Champion: Alex Luster
Novice (Under 175): Jerry Martin, Winston-Salem, NC
Novice (175+): Michael Flood, Hillsborough, NC
Overall Novice Champion: Jerry Martin
Masters (50-59): JW Hicks, Richmond, VA
Masters (40-49): Jeff Cody, Frankfort, KY
Masters (35-39): Gregory Kerr, Ft. Bragg, NC
Overall Masters Champion: J.W. Hicks
Figure: (Under 5’5”): Amanda Wiles, Danville, VA Female Masters (40+): Annie Daniel, Frankfort, KY
Figure: (5’5” +): Tracy Gauldin, Blairs, VA
Overall Figure Champion: Tracy Gauldin
Female Masters (35-39): Toni Johnson, Dinwiddie, VA
Overall Female Masters Champion: Toni Johnson
Female Lightweight Champion: Toni Johnson, Dinwiddie, VA
Female Middleweight Champion: Annie Daniel, Frankfort, KY
Female Heavyweight Champion: Jennifer Dalton, Chesterfield, VA
Overall Female Champion: Toni Johnson
Best Female Poser: Toni Johnson
Couples Overall Champions: Toni Johnson & J.W. Hicks
Male Lightweight Champion: JW Hicks, Richmond, VA Congratulations go out to these 2006 National Qualified Champions!
Male Middleweight Champion: Gregory Kerr, Ft. Bragg, NC
Male Heavyweight Champion: John Van Orden, Raleigh, NC
Overall Male Champion: J.W. Hicks
Best Male Poser: Charles McRant, Raleigh, NC
Other Participants were: Joseph Bumbrey and Nick Svetahor.
Highlights of the competition The 2006 Mr. /Ms. North Carolina title was the beginning of NPA history in the state of North Carolina. President/CEO Harry E. Silas finalized the purchase of the title from Dr. Jeff and Tammy Noah and on July 15th at the Paramount Theater, the contest was staged. The theater a cozy little spot in Burlington with a mezzanine that seats approximately 400 hundred people was half full for the sixteen registered athletes. Even though sixteen were registered only fifteen participated and did a real fine job entertaining the audience. Starting the show off was the National Anthem, song by songstress and competitor Jennifer Dalton. Teenager Alex Luster opened up and presented a real fine package for a sixteen year old. His genetics and enthusiasm should take him a long ways into the sport. The men novice division followed which was broken down into two weight classes of (under 175) lightweight and (175 +) heavyweight. Jerry Martin a walk-in from Winston-Salem, North Carolina and Jack King’s gym dominated the lightweight class and clearly beat Joseph Bumbrey also from Winston-Salem. Michael Flood from Hillsborough, North Carolina looked better than usual and went on to win the heavyweight class over teenage Alex Luster and best poser Charles McRant. The Overall Novice Title belonged to Jerry Martin this year as he clearly won out over Flood. The men masters division starts at age 35 for state level and opened with the (50+) division. In this division two familiar gladiators, JW Hicks and Nick Svetahor who are no strangers to each other, met again. And again Hicks won out unanimously over Svetahor of Gloucester, Virginia. In the (40-49) division Frankfort Kentucky’s Jeff Cody rolled through the class over Michael Flood and John Van Orden of Raleigh, North Carolina. In the (35-39) division, Ft. Bragg and Sergeant Majors Academy bound, Gregory Kerr represented. Kerr looked great and has unlimited potential. He won the division uncontested. When the three winners came together the judges did have mixed feelings and this was a real close decision. JW Hicks superb conditioning and his greatest asset won out over Kerr by one point earning him the 2006 Masters Mr. North Carolina title. In the figure division there were two, Amanda Wiles from Danville and Tracy Gauldin from Blairs, Virginia. The two won their classes uncontested. When the two met Gauldin presented the better package and got the win earning her the title of Ms. 2006 Figure North Carolina. In the women masters two athletes represented and even though there was quite an age difference, you couldn’t tell it much by looking at them. Ann Daniel from Frankfort, Kentucky is a good looking athlete and came to win. However Toni Johnson almost 20 years her junior presented her best look yet. Toni was ready for this competition and chancing nothing came to win. She had a very bad experience last year at this same venue when she missed weight by ½ lb and lost the Ms. Natural USA title to a leaner Deborah McVey-Newman. When all the smoke cleared Toni won the title of Ms. Masters North Carolina. In the women open division Toni Johnson was the lone lightweight, Ann Daniel middleweight and Jennifer Dalton represented the heavyweight class. When the three vied for the overall title of Ms. North Carolina, Toni Johnson provided the package that the judges were looking for. She also won best poser over a real good Ann Daniel. All the women looked good and did justice for their respected weight classes. In the couples Hicks and Johnson went against Cody and Daniel. Hicks and Johnson did a very fine job against the pair from Kentucky and defeated them with precision and grace.
In the finale Hicks, Kerr, and open heavyweight champion John Van Orden met for the title of Mr. North Carolina. Hicks did his homework earlier when he defeated Kerr in the masters making it almost impossible for him to lose to him in a return challenge within a 30 minute period. Van Orden posed no threat to Hicks or Kerr. Congratulations go out to all these athletes and especially to JW Hicks the Natural Physique Association’s first Mr. North Carolina Champion, a title he will never lose. He is also living proof age is just a number!
Special thanks go out to NPA Officials; Daniel Wright - Head Judge, Narva Daniels, Troy Crawley, Daniel Moore, Sherrie Broome', Valerie Foster, Mike Stewart, Gary& Kim Johnson, Rochelle, Vernell, Nikita and YeSok Silas. Also special recognition go out to Allen Crowder group over at the New Millennium Fitness Center, Lynn Grose, Dave Wright, Slade Video and Robert Thomas, official NPA Photography and Videographer. Until next year keep - stay focus and train to win!/Harry E. Silas
===================================================Results: The 2007 Mr. / Ms. North Carolina Bodybuilding
14 July 2007
Burlington, NC 27215
Sponsor: Si-Flex Physique Club Inc.
================================================================= Novice Lightweight: Robert Harris, Durham, NC
Novice Heavyweight: Charles McRant, Raleigh NC
Overall Novice Champion: Charles McRant
Masters (50+): Charlie Haire, Roaring River, NC
Masters (40-49): Gerald Allen, Durham, NC
Masters (35-39): Bobby Boyd, Graham, NC
Overall Masters Champion: Bobby Boyd
Fgure: 5’5” (+): Pam Greer, Mt. Pleasant, SC
Overall Figure Champion: Pam Greer
Female Masters (40+): Debbie Frazee, Durham, NC
Overall Masters Champion: Debbie Frazee
Female Lightweight Champion: Debbie Frazee, Durham, NC
Female Middleweight Champion: Diane Mumford, Greensboro, NC
Overall Female Champion: Debbie Frazee, Durham, NC
Best Female Poser: Debbie Frazee
Male Lightweight Champion: David W. Newton, Chesterfield, VA
Male Middleweight Champion: Jahi Perry, Hampton, VA
Male Lt. Heavyweight Champion: Bobby Boyd, Graham, NC
Male Heavyweight Champion: Gerald Allen, Durham, NC
Overall Male Champion: Bobby Boyd
Best Male Poser: Charles McRant
Congratulations go out to these 2007 National qualified champions! Highlights of the competition
Other Participants were: William Boyd, Scott Horn, Thomas Gavin, Anthony Caruso, David Russell, Richard Durden, Michael Flood, Mark Haynes, Michael Haynes, Trev Euliss, David Thomas, and John Hatcher.
The 2007 Mr. /Ms. North Carolina title now in its second year under the Natural Physique Association and Harry E. Silas leadership headed in new direction witnessed 22 competing athletes and close to 300 spectators performed at the Paramount Theater in Burlington, July 14th. The show had that of a National flavor with participants from South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia, Pennsylvania and North Carolina. The theater a cozy little spot with a mezzanine that seats approximately 400 hundred people was much filled with an audience that was better than this time last year. The United States Marines hosted a mock recruiting station site and may have found a few good men and women for the proud, the few, and the United States Marines Corp. I know my daughter won a tee shirt and cap. What excitement they added to the event. Starting the show off with the National Anthem, played by sound woman Lynn Grose the audience stood and displayed appropriate courtesies. The men novice division followed which was broken down into two weight classes (under 175) lightweight and (175 +) heavyweight. Robert Harris from Durham, North Carolina dominated the lightweight class and clearly beat six other good looking athletes. These athletes place in the following order: 7th- William Boyd, Greensboro NC, 6th – David Russel, Norcross, GA, 5th – Scott Horn, Durham NC, 4th – Thomas Gavin, Winston-Salem, NC 3rd- Anthony Caruso, Burlington, NC, and 2nd place, Jahi Perry, Hampton VA. In the novice heavyweight class winner Charles McRant who competed in the show last year looked 180% better than last year and was ready to compete. He also went on to get best poser for a second year in a row. He defeated 5th place, Richard Durden, Siler City, NC, 4th place, Michael Haynes, Jacobus, PA, 3rd place Mark Haynes, Jacobus, PA and 2nd place Michael Flood, Hillsborough, NC. The Overall Novice Title belonged to Charles McRant this year as he clearly, defeated Harris. In the figure division there was only one. Pam Greer from Mt. Pleasant, SC. She won here class and earned the title of Ms. Figure North Carolina (2007). She had all the ingredients of a winner and I ‘d like to see her return to one of our National shows. The men masters division starts at age 35 for state level and opened with the (50+) division. In this division only one this year and that was Charlie Haire from Roaring River, NC. I must say Charlie looked much better this year than last time we saw him. In the (40-49) division there were four and Gerald Allen at a bodyweight of 212 lbs had the size and enough to dominate 4th place Michael Flood, 3rd place Trev Euliss, Mebane, NC and 2nd place, 160 lb Dave Newton, Chesterfield, VA. In the (35-39) division, Bobby Boyd, Graham, NC bought it and right from the beginning it was clear that Boyd was the man to beat. 2nd place David Thomas a sailor from Virginia Beach, VA had plenty of size to do it, however he wasn’t in the condition that Boyd was in. This would be the difference. Boyd was in superb condition and he’s got a great physique. This guy is a National caliber athlete and is going to be someone’s nightmare. He went on to defeat Gerald Allen for the 2007 Masters Mr. North Carolina title.
In the women masters two athletes represented and even though there was quite an age difference, you couldn’t tell it much by looking at them. Diane Mumford from Greensboro, NC is a good looking athlete and on any given day can win. However, Debbie Frazee, Durham, NC who also won the Ms. Virginia looked even better this time around than she looked in the Virginia. In all, the judging scores were unanimous for her to earn the title of Ms. Masters North Carolina (2007). In the women open division Debbie was the lone lightweight, while Diane represented the middleweight class. When the two vied for the overall title of Ms. North Carolina, Debbie clearly was the package that the judges were looking for. She also won best poser over a real good routine and selection of music, Diane selected. In the men open lightweight (under 165): David W. Newton won the class with an almost perfect score over 2nd place, Anthony Caruso, who did receive one first place vote, 3rd place, Scott Horn, and 4th place William Boyd. In the middleweight class (165 to under 185): Jahi Perry lead the class with a perfect score over, 2nd place Michael Flood, 3rd place David Russel, Norcross, GA and 4th place Michael Haynes. In the Lt. Heavyweight class (185 to under 200): Bobby Boyd the dominant athlete of the competition made the judges job real easy defeating 2nd place, Trev Euliss, and 3rd place John Hatcher, Durham, NC. In the Heavyweight class (200+): Gerald Allen rolled over the class with a perfect score defeating, 2nd place David Thomas, 3rd place Mark Haynes and 4th place, Richard Durden. In the finale Newton, Perry, Boyd, and Allen met for the title of Mr. North Carolina. Boyd did his homework earlier when he defeated Gerald Allen who was runner – up Mr. North Carolina, in the masters making it almost impossible for him to lose to him in a return challenge within a 30 minute period. Congratulations go out to all these athletes especially to the Natural Physique Association’s second Mr. /Ms. North Carolina Bodybuilding & Fitness/Figure Champion, Bobby Boyd, Debbie Frazee, Charles McRant and Pam Greer. Titles they will never lose! We’d also like to recognize NPA Pro Bodybuilder Charlie Moss who did an outstanding job as surprise guest poser. He wooed the crowd to a little Jerry Lee Lewis; you shake my nerves and rattle my brains. “Great Job Charlie!”
Special thanks go out to NPA Officials; Head Judge - Stephan Kitchen, Troy Crawley, Daniel Q. Wright, Toni Johnson, Randy “Big Arms” Batts, Narva Daniels, Mike Stewart, Rochelle, Vernell, Nikita and YeSok Silas. Also special recognition go out to Allen Crowder and his group over at the New Millennium Fitness Center, Lynn Grose, Dave Wright, Maitland Nance, Debbie Knight-McNeil, Keith Rissolo, Robert Thomas, official NPA Photography and the United States Marine Corps. Until next year keep - stay focus and train to win!/Harry E. Silas
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