Bodybuilding Competition and Powerlifting Meet Standings

by | Oct 23, 2021 | Announcements, IATBP-Newsletters

We are happy to announce the standings for the October 2, 2021 bodybuilding competition and powerlifting meet!


Both events were live streamed. You can watch the powerlifting competition here. The bodybuilding competition lives here. Unfortunately, the bodybuilding live stream is badly corrupted. I’m super disappointed the bodybuilding live stream didn’t work out as planned. Next year, we will definitely be implementing plan B. 


Here are the standings for the October 2, 2021 IATBP Powerlifting Meet:


All powerlifters competed in the Gender-Nonconforming I Division. 

First Place went to C. E. Brooks (They/Them), age 33. Brooks, from Alameda, CA, weighed in at 168.0 and lifted a total of 775 lbs. 

Second Place went to Squee Mueller (They/Them), age 38. Mueller, from Denver, CO, weighed in at 191.8 and lifted a total of 660 lbs. 

Third Place went to Tilda Thurium (They/Them), age 37. Thurium, from San Francisco, CA, weighed in at 119.0 and lifted a total of 430 lbs.


Here are the standings for the October 2, 2021 IATBP Bodybuilding Competition:


All bodybuilders except for Josey Davis competed in the Masc II Division.

First Place Lightweight and Overall Winner went to Kel Haines, (He/Him) age 37. Haines, from Columbus, OH, weighed in at 133.0.

Second Place Lightweight went to David DeLallo (He/Him), age 45. DeLallo, from Stanford, CT, weighed in at 135.6.

Third Place Lightweight went to Micah Hardesty, (He/Him), age 49. Hardesty, from Tampa, FL, weighed in at 126.2.

First Place Heavyweight went to Leo Havens, (He/Him), age 34. Havens, from Cottage Grove, OR, weighed in at 187.8.

Second Place Heavyweight went to Michael Maher, (He/Him), age 30. Maher, from Worcester, MA, weighed in at 200.2.

First Place Bikini went to Josey Davis, (She/Her), age 47. Davis, from Lenoir City, TN, weighed in at 191.0.

First Place Femme I Bodybuilding also went to Josey Davis.


I cannot tell you how exciting both events were. All the competitors trained hard for these events, and it really showed. Those of you who have competed in either sports know exactly what I’m talking about! 

I owe debts of gratitude to all the folks that made these events go so smoothly. My thank-you’s are recorded in a blog which you can find here. The blog has links to folks’ Instagram pages. Follow them so you can stay up to date as to what they are up to in their world. Some very exciting and inspiring stories are being told with every post.

I would especially like to thank our volunteers who came from near and far to help with the events. We couldn’t have done it without you! 

I’m looking forward to our next competition here in Atlanta, GA. on Saturday, October 1, 2022. Let your training begin!

In service and gratitude,



Bucky Motter | My pronouns are he/him/his

Executive Director

International Association of Trans Bodybuilders & Powerlifters