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The IFBB Pro League Pro Qualifiers are the ONLY way to compete on the IFBB Professional League stage, including the OLYMPIA.

In addition, the most outstanding companies in the sector will have the opportunity to present all their novelties at the EXPO that will take place in the Congres Palace, at the same time as the competition.

  Tunis, Tunisia

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Tunisia, officially the Republic of Tunisia, is a country in the Maghreb region of North Africa. It is bordered by Algeria to the west and southwest, Libya to the southeast, and the Mediterranean Sea to the north and east; covering 163,610 km2 (63,170 sq mi), Tunisia is the smallest country in North Africa. It contains the eastern end of the Atlas Mountains and the northern reaches of the Sahara desert, with much of its remaining territory arable land. Its 1,300 km (810 mi) of coastline include the African conjunction of the western and eastern parts of the Mediterranean Basin. Tunisia’s northernmost point, Cape Angela, is also the northernmost point of Africa. Its population was 11.7 million in 2019, and the capital and largest city is Tunis, located on the northeast coast, which lends the country its name.

Tunis-Carthage international airport (IATA code: TUN • ICAO code: DTTA) serves Tunis (capital of Tunisia). Located eight kilometers north-east of Tunis, it was put into operation in 1940. The airport is named after the historic city of Carthage which is located to the east of the airport. When it was put into operation, the aerodrome was known under the name of Tunis-El Aouina. Like the vast majority of Tunisian airports, the airport is managed by the Office of Civil Aviation and Airports (OACA). The airport has also served Montreal in Canada in the north of the United States, for a few months.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: All the costs of traveling, hotel accommodations, transport from and to the airport and meals are the responsibilities of the individual athletes.


Open contest

This Competition is open to all athletes and federations worldwide. Joe Weider’s Olympia amateur is an open contest. The number of athletes to participate is unlimited.


PRO QUALIFIER CONTESTS do permit competitors to crossover into all classes.


Limit date

The Official Athlete Registration will be conducted on
Thursday, August 05th, 2021 in Congres Palace.

August 05th, 2021 – 09:00 am – 8:00 pm

Remember that all athletes will have to produce their payment at the registration.



All posing music must be on an audio CD only. The posing music must also be at the start of the CD. Each competitor must affix his name on the CD for easy identification. The use of profane, vulgar and offensive language is strictly prohibited in the posing music.


The Joe Weider’s Olympia Tunisia Registration Fee of EUR 300 (Euros) will have to be paid in advance online through at PAYPAL:

Your coach can attend for a fee of 50€. This fee can be paid through the “Backstage Coach access” form. *Please make sure you include the name of the athlete in the NOTE FIELD.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION: The Open Contest has banned all tans that can be wiped off. An official will check the tan of all athletes  backstage  and if the tan comes off by simply wiping, the athlete will be told to remove  the tan before going on stage.


Registrations payments made after July 25 2021 or at the registration will be € 350


IFBB Pro League Official Rules



  1. Posing suits must be standard men’s swimsuit with at least ½ rear coverage.
  2. Suits must meet acceptable standards of taste and decency. Thongs are prohibited. Posing suits must be one color. Fringe, wording, sparkle or fluorescents is prohibited.
  3. Competitors must not alter the fit of the posing suit by hiking it up in the back or by pulling up the sides during Front and Rear Lat Spreads.
  4. The following is prohibited while onstage:
  5. Props
  6. Chewing gum
  7. “Moon Pose” (any competitor performing this pose will be disqualified)
  8. Lying on the stage.
  9. Bumping and shoving (the first and second person involved will be disqualified). Competitor numbers must be worn on the left side of the posing suit during the Judging and Finals.
  10. *Judges will score competitors according to the “total package”, which is a balance of size, symmetry and muscularity.



  • Front Double Biceps
  • Front Lat Spread
  • Side Chest Back
  • Double Biceps
  • Back Lat Spread
  • Side Triceps
  • Abdominals and Thighs


  1. Since the inception of the Men’s Classic Physique division two years ago, the standard to wear was the Black Classic Physique Shorts. Over time we’ve heard you, the competitors, with suggestions and have previously followed through by both adding another height division from three to four and increasing the allowable weights for your height in both the NPC and IFBB Professional League. Probably the suggestion we’ve heard the most though is competitors wanting to compete in more traditional posing trunks that don’t cover the top of the thighs and hamstrings. Well you wanted “Classic” and now you are going to get “Classic”! Starting January 1, 2019, ALL Men’s Classic Physique competitors, both IFBB Pro and NPC, will be competing in Classic Physique Posing Trunks! Competitors are required to wear the same type of cut and all Classic Physique Posing Trunks that are worn in competition must be black and no less than 4‐1/2 Inches on the sides/hips. See the photo examples.
  2. Board shorts or bodybuilding posing trunks are prohibited.
  3. Competitors are required to wear the same type of cut and all shorts that are worn in competition must be black.
  4. Judges will score competitors according to the “total package”, which is a balance of size, symmetry and muscularity.


The Judging is scored 100% and will consist of comparisons of the quarter turns and the following “5” mandatory poses:
  • Front Double Biceps
  • Side Chest
  • Back Double Biceps
  • Abdominal and Thighs
  • Favorite Classic Pose (No most muscular)



  •   Competitors compete in Board Shorts.
  • The shorts must be above the knee in length and can be 1” below the belly button.

ONSTAGE  Competitor numbers must be worn on the left side of the shorts at all times while onstage. The “Moon Pose” is prohibited. Gymnastic moves are prohibited.

MUSCULARITY AND BODY CONDITION Judges will be looking for fit competitors who display proper shape and symmetry combined with muscularity and overall condition. This is not a bodybuilding contest so extreme muscularity should be marked down.

STAGE PRESENCE AND PERSONALITY Judges are looking for the competitor with the best stage presence and poise who can successfully convey his personality to the audience.


The judging panel is determined by the IFBB Professional League.


All media must submit your request to


The national currency in Spain is EURO. All major credit cards are widely accepted at most major hotels, department stores and restaurants. You may be requested to show your passport.




EU-country citizens do not need to obtain a visa. All other countries should consult the Tunsian Embassy in their country to determine if they need a visa. All National Federations could ask for an Invitation letter either to the Championship Organizer or IFBB Professional League. The invitation letter does not mean you are granted your visa. IFBB Professional League and Championship organizer are not responsible of attendants visas.

An athlete, who requested and received an invitation from the IFBB Professional League Head Office or the Organizing, Committee of an IFBB Professional League sanctioned event for visa purposes and used this visa to unlawful stay in the host country or any other country, will be subjected to the disciplinary proceedings and measures.

VISA request sent email to:


Camera and/or videotape equipment shall be strictly prohibited in the backstage and/or dressing room areas except when used by IFBB Professional League-authorized media persons and, in any event, these devices shall be strictly prohibited in the dressing room area.

This section covers Tunisian’s south coast on the Mediterranean Sea and include Tunis. During the month of August, the daily temperature is minimum 27 °C  and maximum 41 °C .

In Tunisia the standard voltage is 220 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. You can use your electric appliances if the standard voltage in your country is in between 220 – 240 V (as in the UK. Europe, Australia and most of Asia and Africa).

Socket / plug of type C, F or L.

The official language in Tunisia is Arabic. English and French is widely spoken in hotels, restaurants, shopping centers and tourist areas.