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Bodybuilding, Physique, Figure, Bikini & Teen Championships

Sanctioned by the National Physique Committee #15052

April 17, 2020 at the Sheraton Waikiki Ballroom
2255 Kalakaua Ave.
Honolulu, HI 96815

THE 14TH ANNUAL
STINGREY CLASSIC

Divisions & Classes

All OPEN divisions are national qualifiers

  • Boys’ Teen Bodybuilding (16-19)

  • Boys’ Teen Physique (16-19)

  • Girls’ Teen Bikini (16-19)

  • Men’s Bodybuilding: Novice, Open, & Masters (35+)

  • Men’s Physique: True Novice, Novice, Open, & Masters (35+)

  • Men’s Classic Physique: Novice, Open, & Masters (35+)

  • Women’s Figure: True Novice, Novice, Open, & Masters (35+)

  • Women’s Bikini: True Novice, Novice, Open, & Masters (35+)

  • Women’s Physique: Novice, Open, & Masters (35+)

  • Women’s Wellness: True Novice, Novice, Open, & Masters (35+)

Click Here for Rules & Requirements of Each Division

Mark Your Calendars

  1. Applications Due: April 3, 2020
    (after the due date, a late fee of $100 will be required)

  2. Competitor Check-in: April 16, 2020 from 5-7pm

  3. Mandatory Competitor’s Meeting: Friday, April 17, 2020 at 7am (before pre-judging)

  4. Pre-Judging: April 17, 2020, begins at 8am

  5. Night Show: Doors open at 5pm on April 17, 2020
    night show begins at 6pm

Hotel Information
To make reservations: Call the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel at 808.921.4611 to book a special group rate for competitors and guests. Limited rooms available so “first come, first serve”.

The Stingrey Classic is hosted year after year by power-couple Rey and Sharlene "Pebblz" Ronquilio. With 25+ years of experience in the industry and an overwhelming passion for fitness in Hawaii; these two provide an unmatched experience for all competitors and spectators alike. Whether you're takin the stage or sitting in the audience, you can be sure that this is an event you won't want to miss!

MEET REY & PEBBLZ!
THE MUSCLE BEHIND THE
STINGREY CLASSIC

Rey Ronquilio

In 1995, Rey won his class at the prestigious“Hawaiian Islands” then won the overall title at the “Big Island Classic” that same year. For the next 10 years, Rey competed at a national level, placing in the top 5 in all those years. He won the Master’s Nationals in 2002 and the Mr. USA in 2003. After winning the Mr. USA title, Rey was featured in a muscle magazine and the writer called him the “Hawaiian Stingray”. A neck injury ended Rey’s bodybuilding career in 2005. During his years on the national circuit, there were not that many quality competitors coming out of the state of Hawaii. Rey wanted to change that, so he started the Stingrey Classic on March 23, 2007 @ the Pacific Beach Hotel with the help of Pebblz (Rey & Pebblz got married on 7.7.07) to give the Hawaii competitors a quality show to showcase their talents and get nationally qualified to compete at the next level.On September 9, 2016 Rey and Pebblz started their second NPC show in Hawaii called the AlohaMuscle. Rey is also a member of Presidential Who’s Who, Cambridge Who’s Who, ContinentalWho’s Who, Stanford Who’s Who and Remington Registry as one of the top fitness professionals in the nation. Rey currently owns his own Personal Training business called VitalFitness by Rey Ronquilio.

Pebblz Ronquilio

Sharlene “Pebblz” Ronquilio is a former bodybuilding/figure, played competitive Roller Derby, Figure champion, Ms China Hawaii, Mrs Hawaii United, Mrs Hawaii Globe and 2006 Mrs Hawaii America. She's the owner and promoter for the Stingrey Classic, Jr Stingrey Classic and Aloha Muscle. Recognized as Pacific Business News 40 Under 40 and Women of the Year-National Association of Professional Women.  In her spare time, she loves spending time with her family, her fur babies (3) and her two grandsons’.  Sharlene is expecting a granddaughter July 2020.  Family is everything to me. She's a Sr Human Resource Manager for a reputable Airline Catering Company.   

September 11, 2019 changed her life forever! After a year of medical evaluations and testing she was diagnosed with ALS.  ALS is short for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. You might also have heard it called Lou Gehrig's disease

ALS is a progressive disease, which means it gets worse over time. It affects nerves in your brain and spinal cord that control your muscles. As your muscles get weaker, it gets harder for you to walk, talk, eat, and breathe.

She realized she doesn’t know anything about ALS, other than the ice bucket challenge.  Her goal is not to only bring awareness to ALS but to be the voice and advocate for other ALS patients who struggle with this awful disease.  ALS is not an incurable disease, it’s an underfunded one. ALS is killing thousands of people and still we have no cure!

I am honored and humbled to represent Ms. US Ambassador FoRe ALS. 

"We cannot move mountains by whispering at them" -Pink

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