The IFBB World Bodybuilding and Fitness Championships 2021 celebrated in Santa Susanna, the world capital of fitness, has been the largest event in the history of bodybuilding and fitness.

With the occasion of these championships the IFBB celebrated its 75th anniversary, in a competition that counted with the participation of 1. 800 athletes and more than 500 officials from 102 countries.

The event started with the IFBB annual congress, and continued with four days of incessant activity in a competition in which the new world champions were, Vladimir Holota from Slovakia in Men’s Bodybuilding, Kikwan Seol from South Korea, in Men’s Classic Bodybuilding, Farshad Valipour from Iran, in Men’s Classic Physique, Serhiy Royko from Ukraine, in Men’s Physique, Mohamed Ibrahim from Egypt, in Men’s Bodybuilding over 100 kg, William Yuri Rodriguez from El Salvador, in Men’s Games Classic Bodybuilding over 175 cm, and Abdulla Albalooshi from the United Arab Emirates, in Muscular Men’s Physique, among others.

In the women’s senior categories the main winners were, Kateryna Stoianova from Ukraine, in Bikini Fitness, Meri Akievska from the Republic of North Macedonia, in Wellness, Yuliia Shykula from Ukraine, in Bodyfitness, and Nataliia Prokhorova from Ukraine, in Women’s Physique, among others.