Photoshoot Recap—2014 NPC Jr. Nationals

Pretty in Pink: Figure princess Olivia Moschetti leads things off but that’s only the beginning. There’s much more coming soon—including 6 new models—from this year’s Jr. Nationals.

Pretty in Pink: Figure princess Olivia Moschetti leads things off but that’s only the beginning. There’s much more coming soon—including 6 new models—from this year’s Jr. Nationals.

When more than four hundred women compete at a show, you know something special is bound to happen and we’ve got nine new shoots coming up from this year’s Jr. Nationals to prove it. This is always a great event for fresh faces making national debuts and six of the nine models rolling out in the coming weeks are brand new to the studio. Let’s take a look at the recap.

First, we caught up with three returning models including today’s photo update, Olivia Moschetti. Back with serrated abs and wildly improved biceps, the 23-year-old rising star from Colorado competed in figure and placed seventh out of a stacked group of 29 in class D. She’s in line to compete again at the USAs next month. Facing Olivia in the same height class was Jamie Byron, returning with her great physique, killer eyes and those sexy dance moves. Plus, we have more Brienne Eubanks, who had one of her best shows to date and finished third in the physique tall class.

Now for the new girls and we’ll start with the amazing Kimberly Baum, who made quite a splash in winning her physique class and a pro card in what was only her second show. The athletic local girl had already made her mark in strongwoman competitions—named the Strongest Middleweight in America—beating a pro football player in a series of challenges. Kimberly, also a physical education teacher at Oswego East High School just outside Chicago, should get a warm and rousing reception from her students when classes resume in the fall!

Also in physique, we have Ohio’s Jennifer Underwood Kallas, who placed fifth in class C matching her finish from last year; and Colorado’s Kimberly Rieck, who took fifth in the tall class, besting a ninth place finish at the Jr. USAs earlier this year.

New from the figure division, Fey Hackett finished sixth in class C. The ambitious youngster from Chicago is currently a trainer and student, working on a degree in nutrition and looks to be heading to the U.S. Marines as an officer. Also from the Windy City by way of Poland is the very intriguing Paulinka Mora, a beauty who took third (out of 36) in figure’s tallest class, one of the most competitive in the show.

Providing a sweet finish is Alabama’s Robin Castro, who came in 14th in bikini class C. And while that number doesn’t sound impressive, it’s well inside the top half considering the class had 37 women. Robin is a fine addition to our growing roster of striking bikini gals and one to keep an eye on for sure.

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~ by Dean Sucich on June 21, 2014.

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