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Top bodybuilders Wiehann Mentz, Hennie Kotze and Cobus van der Merwe have joined the Physical Culture Association (PCA) South Africa.

New direction for Pro athletes

 

The Physical Culture Association (PCA) South Africa has welcomed WFF Pro Wiehann Mentz and IFBB Pro Cobus van der Merwe to their ranks.

This follows the recent announcement by former IFBB Pro bodybuilder, coach and show promoter Hennie Kotze that he will be joining the PCA.

At the recent 14th World Super Series PCA Golden Times Bodybuilding Grand Prix hosted in China Cobus van der Merwe came 8th in the Over 212 division while Wiehann Mentz walked away with the honours in the Under 212 category. They will now compete as PCA Pro bodybuilders.

The PCA was formed in England in 2015 with the objective to reward athletes for their hard work and commitment in developing their physiques to peak condition. Since then, the organisation has expanded globally with the aim of becoming the new standard for all bodybuilding, physique and fitness events.

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