Over 150 IFBB Professional Athletes from 20 different countries will compete at the 4th annual Ferrigno Legacy in California on Saturday, 18 November.
Now among the largest of all the IFBB Professional competitions in the world the Ferrigno Legacy will this year see top athletes including Arnold Classic champion Cedric McMillan and the first ever Men’s Physique Mr. Olympia, Mark ‘Flex’ Anthony, competing for the legendary custom made ‘Incredible Hulk’ trophies. “I’m so excited to be able to give back to the fitness community and now provide one of the largest fitness events,” said former Mr. Universe and Mr. America, Lou Ferrigno. New this year is the addition of the Ferrigno Legacy Expo at the Palm Springs Convention Center showcasing leading companies, seminars, celebrities, fitness sports and fitness fashion shows.
Top Olympia athletes such as Jose Raymond, Brandon Curry and George Brown will also be in attendance. IFBB Pro divisions include Men’s Open Bodybuilding, Bikini, Classic Physique, Men’s Physique and Women’s Physique. NPC divisions compete on Sunday, 19 November and will feature Bikini, Figure, Physique and Men’s Bodybuilding in multiple classes and levels.