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CCBC Catonsville – Center for the Arts Theatre

800 S. Rolling Rd    Catonsville, MD 21228



Saturday May 9th, 2020

Prejudge – 10:00am. This Event is Live Judged (event will run straight through with a 30 minute intermission after group comparisons and before individual presentations/awards)


Amateur Division Offerings

Pro Qualifying Divisions: Open, Age 40+ in each category!

Amateur Yorton Cup Qualifier

Men’s Bodybuilding: Debut, Novice, Age 40+, Age 50+, Open, Armed Forces / First Responder, Junior, Teen, Challenged, Mr./Ms. Natural Maryland

Men’s Classic Physique: Debut, Novice, Age 40+, Age 50+, Open, Armed Forces / First Responder, Junior, Teen, Challenged, Mr./Ms. Natural Maryland

Men’s Physique: Debut, Novice, Age 40+, Age 50+, Open, Armed Forces / First Responder, Junior, Teen, Challenged, Mr./Ms. Natural Maryland

Women’s Figure: Debut, Novice, Age 40+, Age 50+, Open, Armed Forces / First Responder, Junior, Teen, Challenged, Mr./Ms. Natural Maryland

Women’s Bikini: Debut, Novice, Age 40+, Age 50+, Open, Armed Forces / First Responder, Junior, Teen, Challenged, Mr./Ms. Natural Maryland

Women’s Physique: Debut, Novice, Age 40+, Age 50+, Open, Armed Forces / First Responder, Junior, Teen, Challenged, Mr./Ms. Natural Maryland

  • Debut: First competition ever. Competitors cannot have ever competed in any category with any organization.
  • Novice: Cannot have placed first in any class besides Teen, within any division, within any category, with any organization, with the exception of cases where first place was won in a class where the competitor was the only one in the class.
  • Open: Open to everyone regardless of age and level of experience.
  • Age: Age as of day of contest must fall within the stipulated age range (Ex: Age 50 & Over).
  • Junior: Age 22 and under.
  • Armed Forces / First Responder: Armed Forces, current active/reserve, veteran, spouse or retiree.  First Responder: Current or retired police, firefighter, EMT.
  • Teen: Age 19 and under.
  • Challenged
  • Mr./Ms. Natural Maryland:Maryland residents.  Overall winners in each category will earn the title of Mr./Ms. Natural Maryland.



A “crossover” is entering more than one division. For example, someone may enter the Figure Novice division, if eligible, and also elect to crossover into the Figure Open division and compete in it as well.

Crossovers between the Figure, Bikini and Women’s Physique categories are not permitted. Crossovers between Men’s Physique, Classic Physique and Bodybuilding are not permitted.




Entry $89, Crossover Entry $60 for each additional class.

Polygraph Screening $50 paid in cash only at check-ins on 5/8/20. OCB Membership: $75 (if not already a current member).

  • Please note a late fee of $50 will be added to each class entry after 4/18/2020


Entry Deadline

Saturday 5/2/20. Entries will not be accepted after this.


Banned Substances Screening Methods

All competitors are required to be polygraph tested prior to competing. In addition, all pro qualifying placement winners are required to provide a urine specimen immediately after the event for urinalysis.  


Check-in, polygraph and tanning will all take place Friday 5/8/20 at the host hotel.

Check-In/Polygraph Test

All athletes must check-in and take their polygraph examination on Friday 5/8 from 9am-7pm at the host hotel.

Note you must select 5/8/20 on the calendar for it to show times available and that there is a scroll bar on the right to pan down the list to see all appointment times available. Fee: $50 cash.  Please try to schedule your polygraph appointment so it’s before your spray tanning appointment if doing both the same day. Polygraph test results are valid for other amateur OCB shows that are held within 6 weeks.


Appointments for Friday May 8th:


Format for Individual Presentations

Due to the size of this event, in order to allow all contestants to have an opportunity to participate in the individual presentations segment (as opposed to only a particular number of top placement winners, for example), competitors will be introduced by name and number only, and to house music, will walk to the center of the back of the stage (there will be an “X” marking the spot), strike one pose of their choice, walk to front center stage (there will be an “X” marking the spot), strike 3 poses of their choice, then exit.



No music will be provided for the individual presentation.  House music will be used. 


OCB Membership

All competitors are required to be current members of OCB to participate in this event. Membership information can be found on and purchased at


Contestant meeting  

None. Complete details will be provided in an e-mail to all athletes.


Backstage policy  

One assistant max per competitor allowed, assistant MUST buy a trainer/assistant ticket, which is good for general admission and back stage access.


Pump-Up Area

Light weights, bands and mirrors will be back stage for use in pumping up before going on stage. Competitors are welcome to bring their own equipment and mirrors as well.


Video Policy

Competitors and friends/family are welcome to bring recording devices.


Professional Services Available for Purchase

Stage photography:

Matt Shepley

Photo Form Here!


Spray Tanning:

Frank’s Fitness

Book your appointment here!



Louisa Meekins




Louisa Meekins




Adult General Admission $40, Minor General Admission $15, Assistant Ticket/Back Stage Pass: $60 (only applicable to those helping a competitor prepare back stage. One assistant max per competitor is permitted. Assistant tickets are good for general admission seating and back stage access).  

Tickets will be available for purchase at the door the day of the show.  Cash or Credit.


Host Hotel

Doubletree – BWI

Hotel Address: 890 Elkridge Landing Road
  Linthicum, Maryland
Phone Number: 410-859-8400


Book a room here!


Exhibitors and Sponsors

Vendor Signup Here



Contact person for this event is Frank Meekins,


Additional Details

Competitors must be fully covered whenever in the theatre seating area. Exposed body area that can allow tanning agent to stain seating cloth is to be avoided.

Please show respect for the venue and promoters by taking care to keep on paper/plastic protected areas for tanning, oiling, and pumping up. Do not stray beyond protected areas.

Alcohol is not permitted on the premises.

Competitors will have two number buttons – one to be worn front left, other rear center, to help judges keep track of individuals during scoring.

If the head judge calls your number asking you to switch places on stage with another competitor during group comparisons, raise your hands so each person knows where they need to go.

Be sure to review the guidelines on for your category prior to the event and view the poses that will be called during group comparisons.

Competitors must show their competitor number buttons to event staff in order to gain access to the back stage and auditorium areas.

There will be expediters back stage who will be advising competitors when they should be getting ready and when they should be getting lined up to go out on stage.

For group comparisons, competitors will line up near the front of the stage where a line of tape will be.

The facility will be accessible any time after 9:00 AM the day of the show.  It is recommended competitors arrive no later than 30 minutes before the show’s start time to allow enough time to get familiarized with the building layout and be ready before the start time.

Polygraph testing and check-in tasks will both be done at the appointment time you scheduled the day before the show. The check-in tasks will consist of distributing competitor number buttons, any admission tickets purchased in advance, verifying current OCB memberships, and turning in photo order forms (if applicable).

For awards presentations there will be numbers 1 through 5 taped to the stage floor. They represent placements. When a competitor is announced as winning “X” place, they should move to where that number is on the floor to receive their trophy. Trophies should be placed on the floor in front of competitors so they are not being held when a photo opportunity group pose is requested after all placements have been awarded for the class. For divisions that have more than one class, class winners should stay close after receiving their award because they will be called out with the other class winners for judging to determine division overall winners.

Winners of OCB Pro qualifying placements and the top 3 pros should stay close after going off stage for urine specimen collections.

If anyone is found backstage who isn’t a competitor, and who does not have a Trainer/Assistant’s ticket, they will be escorted out of the building, will not be allowed to re-enter, and the competitor they were assisting will be disqualified from the contest.