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SA’s Biggest Development show

South Africa’s Biggest Bodybuilding and Fitness Development show will take place this coming weekend, on 2nd and 3rd of March 2018, at the Durbanville High School auditorium in Cape Town.

According to Physical Culture Association (PCA) South Africa President Kevin Schwartz the show is aimed at first timers who have never competed and who have not placed in the top 3 at any show.

The show will cater for the following divisions:

Men’s Beach Model

Men’s Physique

Men’s Muscle Model

Ladies Toned Bikini (Beach Bikini)

Ladies Masters Toned Bikini

Ladies Trained Bikini (Fitness Bikini)

Ladies Masters Trained Bikini

Ladies Toned Figure (Body Fitness)

Ladies Athletic Figure (New)

Ladies Trained Figure (Ladies Physique)

Juniors Under 16 Years (Please bring ID)

Juniors Under 18 Years (Please bring ID)

Juniors Under 23 Years (Please bring ID)

Men’s Classic Body Building

Men’s Best Routine

Senior Men Under 60kg

Senior Men Under 70kg

Senior Men Under 80kg

Senior Men Under 90kg

Senior Men Under 100kg

Senior Men Over 100kg

What makes this event different to other competitions in South Africa is the fact that it was designed for first timers and novices. All the debutants will also experience a free tan, a free division entry (only one) as well as free professional photographs.

Other PCA-affiliated shows such as the Conrad Nagel Xtreme Classic (24 March), Battle of the Titans VI (23 June) and the Ms Diva Extravaganza (28 July) will also be held at the Durbanville High School auditorium.

Contact Damian Schechter on 076 849 2529 or wp@pcasouthafrica.co.za for more information on South Africa’s Biggest Bodybuilding and Fitness Development show. For additional PCA competition dates and details, visit the organisation’s website at www.pcasouthafrica.co.za

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