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Can Cedric do it again?

Cedric McMillan will be one of the IFBB Pro bodybuilders who will battle it out for gold at the Arnold Classic as part of the Arnold Sports Festival to be hosted in Columbus in Ohio in March.

McMillan, who stands 1.85m tall and weighs 118kg in competition shape, won the prestigious Arnold Classic for the first time in 2017, a career-defining victory that has for a long time eluded him. Will the former US Army instructor, who is known in bodybuilding circles as a more “aesthetic competitor”, be able to repeat his victory? Only time will tell.

McMillan, five-time champion Dexter Jackson and 2014 champion Dennis Wolf will lead a field of outstanding bodybuilders who will take to the stage in Ohio for the 30th edition of the Arnold Classic scheduled for 3 March 2018.

The timeless Jackson won the show in 2005, 2006, 2008, 2013 and 2015 and boasts with the event’s record with five titles, one more than the legendary Flex Wheeler.

Pro bodybuilders to flex at the Arnold Classic USA will be:

Lionel Beyeke
William Bonac
Maxx Charles
Jonathan De La Rosa
Dexter Jackson
Steve Kuclo
Josh Lenartowicz
Cedric McMillan
Paul Poloczek
Shawn Rhoden
Luis Rodriguez
Fred Smalls
Roelly Winklaar
Dennis Wolf
Hidetada Yamagishi

Apart from bodybuilding the Arnold Sports Festival will also be the battleground for athletes competing in 14 Olympic sports: archery, boxing, equestrian, fencing, gymnastics, judo, karate, running (the Arnold 5K), table tennis, taekwondo, soccer, swimming, tennis and weightlifting.

New in 2018 will be:

* Classic Physique (amateur and professional)
* Axe Throwing
* Body Painting
* Equestrian
* Pickleball
* UMG Gaming Tournament
* Racquetball


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