The JP Grand Prix is a collaboration between Jordan Peters (TrainedByJP) and Strength Asylum Gym to bring to you one of the biggest amateur bodybuilding competitions in the UK. This years competition will be held on the 8th of October, at the Victoria Hall, Hanley, Stoke.
The competition is being run under the PCA federation and will be in line with PCA rules. To enter the competition, you must be a PCA member, and have registered to compete prior to the event, both of which can be done here on the Official PCA website.
The JP Grand Prix Prize Fund.
The JP Grand Prix Bodybuilding competition offers a massive £20,000 prize fund, the highest prize fund of any amateur competition, for any federation in the UK other than the PCA finals. The prize money will be split equally across all classes, with an additional prize for the male and female overall winners.
There will also be a men’s professional class with prize money for the top 3.
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The prize money will be broken down as seen below.
First Place – £450
Second Place – £250
Third Place – £150
The top 3 in every class will each receive a bespoke JP Grand Prix trophy.
First Place – £2000
Second Place – £1250
Third Place – £750
The competition will be a qualifying event for the 2018 British finals, and a selection event for super series international competitions in 2018, this will allow athletes to compete in the pro classes, at the super series events. Click the following link for the JP Grand Prix competition categories
If you have any queries as to which class you would best suit, please Contact Jordan Peters, at email@example.com
Sponsors for the JP Grand Prix include:
Our aim, is to ensure the athletes are catered for in every manner and are rewarded for Their efforts and hard work.