It is safe to say Dévre Gibson has been working on herself in 2022.
The Dawson Creek fitness competitor took the first place titles in both overall and bikini divisions at the Canadian Physique Alliance’s 2022 Vancouver Fall Classic Championships held Saturday.
There were a pair of shows Saturday, Gibson noting you don’t now your place after the first show until the end of the night.
“I had a good feeling I was going to win my class,” she said. Specific fine tuning, including strides being less crossed and more straight ahead were part of slight refinements for the weekend.
The year has brought three competitions Gibson’s way in 2022 – with second place finishes at nationals in Toronto as well as a previous regional competition in Vancouver.
“This weekend was a huge confidence boost and sets me up very well for 2023, and it extends my time to qualify next year a bit.”
Her intention is to with a pro qualifier level show – and then competing for a Ms. Olympia title.
She kicked off summer being named the inaugural Ryeley Palfi Scholarship winner by Gridiron Fitness in Dawson Creek.