Arnold Classic on Outdoor Life Network in August 2006
Arnold Sports Festival Newsletter tells us (update: OLN has resheduled the broadcast of the Arnold Classic. It is not being presented as announced. We will let you know the new dates when they are announced.):
Saturday, August 5 at 3:30 p.m.Monday, August 7 3:00 p.m., Outdoor Life Network (OLN), the home of the world’s greatest sporting events broadcast to more than 69 million homes nationwide – will televise the Arnold Classic Semi-Finals and the Arnold Classic Finals from Columbus, Ohio’s legendary Veterans Memorial stage.
The Arnold Classic – the Mecca for professional bodybuilders – showcases the greatest physiques in men’s bodybuilding. Some of the sport’s biggest names including Lee Haney and Tom Platz have said that their decision to compete as bodybuilders was inspired from first sitting in the back row at the Arnold Classic. Each went on to become champions in the sport and of the Classic.
The Arnold Classic – the elite event in men’s bodybuilding – features top competitors who have endured years of grueling training to be honored with an invitation to this annual competition and the chance to win the richest purse in men’s bodybuilding.”
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