Kamila Porczyk



Kamila Porczyk began to practice sports acrobatics at the age of 9. Her interest turned to fitness when she was 19, and she started her training under the tutorage of her coach, Rafał Witkowski.

A graduate from The Jerzy Kukuczka Academy of Physical Education in Katowice, she is an athlete in the Krakow sports club REAN. In 2000-2001, she participated in the International Federation of BodyBuilders (IFBB) competitions, in which she twice won the title of World Champion (2000 and 2001), once the European Champion (2001) and the European Vice-Champion (2000). Since 2002, she has been taking part in the International Fitness Federation competitions, which brought her the World Champion title in 2003.

In the same year, she was also the Runner-up Miss Fitness World, while in 2005 she entered the Miss Universe Fitness 2006 competition. In 2006, she won two gold medals in the 23rd National Amateur Body Builders’ Association (NABBA) World Championships, while four years later she received the Miss Universe Fitness title of the WWF organisation.

In 2008, she took part in the first edition of the Gwiezdny Cyrk [Star Circus] television show, which she won beating Anna Powierza and Marek Siudym. Her pictures were placed on the covers of such magazines as Gentleman, Fitness or Flex. She is also an athlete in the „McFit” fitness club in Hanau.


Greatest achievements


MMA Winner TKO – Jana Wagenhuber (Germany)


Miss Universe Fitness 2010 in Greece (Katerini)


NABBA WORLD 2006 Champion in Ireland (Dublin)
Miss Universe Fitness WFF 2006 in Austria (Dornbirn)


International Fitness Federation World Champion 2003 in Poland (Warsaw)


Miss Fitness of Poland 2002 in Warsaw


2nd Runner-up Miss Fitness World 2001 in the USA (Las Vegas)
International Federation of BodyBuilders World Champion 2001 (IFBB 2001) in Brazil (Rio de Janeiro)


International Federation of BodyBuilders World Champion 2000 (IFBB 2000) in Poland (Warsaw)


Miss Fitness of Poland 1999 in Warsaw
2nd Runner-up Miss Fitness of Europe 1999 in Hungary (Budapest)