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Bonac is man to beat Down Under

William Bonac is the man to beat at the forthcoming 2018 Arnold Classic Australia after taking the top spot at the Arnold Classic in Columbus in Ohio.

Raised in Ghana, he began lifting weights at the age of 13. The man fans call ‘The Conqueror’ lived in Australia to pursue a career in bodybuilding before moving to the Netherlands. Bonac turned Pro in 2012. His best results were clinching the 2018 Arnold Classic title in Columbus and finishing 3rd at the Mr. Olympia competition and 2nd at the Arnold Classic Europe in 2017. The 35-year-old Bonac, who is 1.7m tall and weighs 106kg, is sponsored by USN and coached by Y3T creator Neil Hill.

Bodybuilding aficionados will also see the much-awaited comeback of Kevin Levrone who has released a special message on his official Instagram profile confirming that the 2018 Arnold Classic Australia will be his last competition after returning to the competitive arena at the 2016 Mr. Olympia. Levrone is widely regarded as a legend and a great ambassador for bodybuilding.

The Arnold Classic takes place in Melbourne from March 16 – 18.

Bonac’s career highlights:

Event Place
2018 Arnold Classic USA

2017 EVL’S Prague Pro



2017 Arnold Classic Europe 2
2017 Olympia 3
2016 Kuwait Pro 5
2016 Arnold Classic Europe 3
2016 Nordic Pro 1
2016 Olympia 5
2016 EVL’S Prague Pro 1
2016 Olympia Europe 3
2015 Nordic Pro 1
2015 Olympia 8
2015 San Marino Pro 2
2015 Dayana Cadeau Pro 1
2015 EVL’s Prague Pro 5
2015 Arnold Classic Europe 6
2014 EVL’s Prague Pro 8
2014 Tampa Pro 2
2014 Australia Pro Grand Prix 2
2014 Arnold Classic South America 7
2014 Arnold Classic Europe 6
2014 San Marino Pro 11
2014 Olympia 15
2014 Golden State Pro 1
2013 EVL’s Prague Pro 5
2011 Arnold Amateur Men’s Bodybuilding Heavy 3

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