Emil Kalenski was among the winners in Ostravar ©IFBB

Poland’s Emil Kalenski was named overall bodybuilding winner at the International Federation of Fitness and Bodybuilding (IFBB) Diamond Cup in the Czech Republic.

Kalenski was awarded victory at the Ostravar Arena, the result ensuring he claimed an elite pro card.

Lithuania’s Edgaras Gladas and Slovakia’s Matus Toth triumphed in the under-85 kilogram and under-90kg divisions.

Toth’s compatriot Peter Tatarka won the under-100kg division.

Poland’s Karol Kasprzyk, Slovakia’s Boris Palovic and the Czech Republic’s Lumir Stefanek celebrated classic bodybuilding success, as they won the short, middle and tall divisions respectively.

There was further success for Poland in men’s physique, with Piotr Majchrowicz and Piotr Zielinski winning the short and middle events.

The Czech Republic’s Blazej Kozar triumphed in the tall competition, with Slovakia’s Dominik  Antoš taking the super tall title.

Czech Republic’s Martin Jez won the muscular event in the men’s physique category.

Darya Sitdzikava won the bikini fitness event in Portugal ©IFBB
Darya Sitdzikava won the bikini fitness event in Portugal ©IFBB

Bodyfitness events saw Aisa Krivec of Slovenia win the short event, while the Czech Republic’s Lenka Hlaváčová was victorious in the tally competition.

Slovakia’s Beta Granakova, Radka Szombatova and Olivia Cambalova were winners of the short, middle and tall bikini event.

The Czech Republic’s Veronica Zemanová won the super tall classification.

A second Diamond Cup competition also took place in Portugal, with Espinho welcoming athletes from 25 nations.

Belarus’ Darya Sitdzikava won the bikini fitness competition, while local competitor Jose Ferreira secured the men’s physique title.