ICN NZ ATHLETES
No. This is private information which is shared only with the individuals who were tested. It is up to individual athletes if they wish to shared their results, many have in the past.
No. We have our play list and will have that pumping for you to strut your stuff to.
First timer means you have never entered a bodybuilding competition before in any federation – EVER. You may be a First Timer in multiple divisions providing you have never competed before for any federation.
Novice means you have not won (placed first) as a Novice or Open competitor in that division in an ICN competition previously. If you placed first in a small Novice class (i.e. 1-2 competitors) we will allow you to enter Novice at your next competition. When entering please bear in mind that a Novice is someone relatively new to competing. If you have been competing for several years, or you regularly enter the Open division of other federations and have won either Open or Overall titles in other federations, we encourage you to enter the Open class in ICN NZ competitions.
Yes. Priority is on firm tight glutes, quads and hamstrings with some separation but not the degree you would see in Figure.
At this stage we will only be offering 40+ unless we have a large number of entries in the 40+ division with a significant number over 50 then I will split the class into 40+ and 50+
Welcome aboard – use the join now and then upgrade your account to premium so you can enter events.
Not at this stage, open to all-natural competitors. *Future nationals may require an athlete to qualify.
ICN strives to implement fair, unbiased judging at all competitions that reward the hard-earned efforts of our athletes, their support networks and coaches and upholds the integrity of ICN New Zealand and ICN Worldwide.
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ICN recommends that you become familiar with prohibited substances.
ICN Overall Winners and 1st, 2nd and 3rd place division winners, including the line up.