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Power Packed Afternoon


Adrian Tan together with Mr.Universe Daniel Toth and WBPF Secretary General Mr.Paul Chua (Photo:SSC) 


Often associated as a venue for fine oriental operas and performances, Kreta Ayer People’s Theatre hosted the 49th National Bodybuilding & Physique Sports Championships last Saturday, 7 May.

 

Strapped with bulging biceps and washboard abs, bodybuilding enthusiasts from across the island came to compete for the coveted Mr. Singapore 2011 title.

 

In the presence of World Bodybuilding and Physique Federation (WBPF) Super Heavy Weight Champion 2010, Mr. Universe, Daniel Toth, these athletes pushed themselves to their physical limits as they filled the pack theatre with their huffs and grunts, much to the delight of the female fans in the audience.

 

It was not only a show of who had the biggest and most well-developed muscles but also put to test the athletes’ creativity as they were required to flex their muscles while grooving to the tune of the music during the compulsory minute-long free posing segment.

 

After a long and gruelling competition, it was Adrian Tan, representing The Gym at Orchard who had the biggest and meanest sets of muscles, impressing the judges and Mr. Toth as he was crowned Mr. Singapore 2011..

 

It was certainly not an easy task as competitors had to compete to be the champion of their respective categories before being allowed a shot at the Mr. Singapore title.

 

Feeling a sense of vindication, a visibly exhausted Adrian said, “I’m delighted to have won the title of Mr.Singapore 2011.  Coming into this competition, I made a lot of sacrifices. I had no social life, kept no late nights and was in the gym almost everyday.”