Chris Bumstead is the reigning Mr. Olympia Classic Physique Winner in 2019 and 2020. Learn more about this Canadian bodybuilder’s early life, career, physical appearance, net worth, and achievements.
Full Name: Chris Jonathan Bumstead
Date of Birth: 2 February 1995
Place of Birth: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Parents: Jeff Bumstead (Father); Mary Bumstead (Mother)
Siblings: Melissa Valliere (elder sister)
Marital Status: Dating (Courtney King since 2019)
Education: Dalhousie University
Height: 6ft 1 in
Off-season Weight: 118 kg
Competition Weight: 104 kg
Chris Bumstead’s Early life
Bumstead was an active kid since childhood and was involved in all kinds of sports such as football, baseball, and hockey. He started spending more of his time. At the meagre age of 18, he started lifting and trained his legs. But it was until he met Iain Valliere, his sister’s boyfriend, and professional bodybuilder. As a result, things started to change for Chris after he started training under Iain. He mentored him and he completed his first debut at the age of 19.
After getting hooked up with the gym, Chris Bumstead turned all his attention towards bodybuilding. After claiming the IFBB North American Bodybuilding Championship, he earned his IFBB Pro card at the age of 21 in 2016. In 2017, he was the IFBB Pittsburgh Pro and Toronto Pro Championship. Bumstead started competing for Mr. Olympia and secured the second position in the 2017 and 2018 Classic Physique. However, it was in 2019 and 2020 that he won Mr. Olympia consecutively for 2 years.
Also Read: Jeremy Buendia – the 3 times Mr. Olympia
Currently, Chris is dating Courtney King since 2019. Courtney is also an IFBB professional. She rose to fame after winning a couple of IFBB shows including the 2016 Bikini
Both of them are happily into a relationship and post quite often on social media.
As of 2021, Chris Bumstead is reported to have a net worth of $7 million from bodybuilding. According to Forbes and other sites, his main sources of income are bodybuilding and social media marketing
Also Read: Osteoarthritis- 5 exercises to help it with