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‘The Battle’ organised by the Malta Federation of Bodybuilding & Fitness a great success

Successful athletes qualified for the prestigious 2016 Arnold Classic Europe to be held in Barcelona

Kevin Grech
2 September 2016, 11:54am
Clive Sammut, Roderick Theuma and Daniel Zammit
Clive Sammut, Roderick Theuma and Daniel Zammit
Last Saturday in front of a crowd of 500 bodybuilding and fitness fans at Aria Complex, the Malta Federation of Bodybuilding & Fitness organised its second competition of the year.

'The Battle' featured 36 athletes in 3 categories: Bikini Fitness, Men's Physique & Bodybuilding.

The Malta Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness in Malta are always working hard on finding ways to promote their athletes. President Ralph Decelis and the rest of the committee have done fantastic work in recent years and 'The Battle' looks to be a permanent fixture on the bodybuilding and fitness competition calendar.

The Overall winners were Samantha Mifsud, Jonathan Seychell & Roderick Theuma who together with the runners-up Karen Vella, Mattia Pandolfi and Clive Sammut will represent Malta in the prestigious Arnold Classic Europe which is going to be held in 4 weeks in Barcelona, Spain.

Team Malta are not shy from international competition. Athletes representing the country in recent years have won the World Mixed Pairs Championship overall title and as well the IFBB Junior Overall Bodybuilding European championship title.

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The full list of competitors representing Malta at the 2016 Arnold Classic Europe

Luke Debono
Roderick Theuma
Clive Sammut
Daniel Zammit
Mario Pace

Bikini Fitness:
Hannah Tabone Grech
Derya Satariano
Karen Vella
Samantha Mifsud
Agnieszka Talaj

Men’s Physique:
Jonathan Seychell
Mattia Pandolfi
Rod Cassar
Björn Demicoli
Jurijus Rico PT

Photo by Raymond Cassar – [email protected]

Kevin Grech is MaltaToday's sports editor. He has been the designer of MaltaToday's print ...