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Weightlifting - 94kg - Men's Group A | London 2012 Olympic Games

WL18 - Men - 94kg Group A - Weightlifting - 04 August 2012 - London 2012 Olympic Games

Full replay of the Men's 94kg Weightlifting competition from London 2012.

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What's So Great About Olympic Weightlifting?

Dane Miller has dedicated his life to training elite athletes. Over the years, he has used several training methods to improve the sports performance of his athletes. Time and time again, he has come to one conclusion.

Olympic Weightlifting improves sports performance better than any other form of lifting. Watch and learn why you should be applying Olympic Weightlifting to your training.

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OLYMPIC WEIGHTLIFTING #2

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Olympic Lifting: The Basics

This video covers the very basics of Olympic Lifting; from the two lifts themselves, to the weights, the bars, the platform, and the shoes
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M 96kg A - 2019 Weightlifting World Championships

2019 IWF World Championships - Men 96kg Group A - Tuesday, 24 September 2019 - Pattaya (THA)
Result Men 96kg
1. TIAN Tao - CHN - A - (180 - 230) 410
2. ELBAKH Fares Ibrahim E. H. - QAT - A - (178 - 224) 402
3. PLIESNOI Anton - GEO - A - (181 - 213) 394
4. RIVAS MOSQUERA Jhonatan - COL - A - (179 - 212) 391
5. MOUSAVIJARAHI Seyedayoob - IRI - A - (168 - 214) 382
6. SANTAVY Boady Robert - CAN - A - (170 - 210) 380
7. KHUGAEV Khetag - RUS - A - (170 - 206) 376
8. ARIAS MOSQUERA Jeyson Alonso - VEN - B - (164 - 205) 369
9. JANG Yeonhak - KOR - B - (164 - 203) 367
10. RASULBEKOV Bekdoolot - KGZ - A - (170 - 197) 367
11. LUNA MARIN Angel Jose - VEN - B - (161 - 203) 364
12. KOZEVNIKOVS Vadims - LAT - B - (158 - 206) 364
13. ILYIN Ilya - KAZ - A - (168 - 195) 363
14. KULIKOV Illia - UKR - B - (160 - 200) 360
15. SPIESS Jurgen Christian - GER - B - (160 - 200) 360
16. ARAT Ibrahim - TUR - A - (160 - 200) 360

‪Hidilyn Diaz reigns supreme in the Women’s 53kg Weightlifting event | 2018 Asian Games

‪Hidilyn Diaz has won the Philippines’ first gold medal of the #AsianGames2018.

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M 73kg A - 2019 Weightlifting World Championships

2019 IWF World Championships - Men 73kg Group A - Saturday, 21 September 2019 - Pattaya (THA)
Result Men 73kg
1. SHI Zhiyong - CHN - A - (166 - 197) 363
2. O Kang Chol - PRK - A - (154 - 193) 347
3. ANDREEV Bozhidar Dimitrov - BUL - A - (157 - 189) 346
4. LIKHARAD Vadzim - BLR - A - (154 - 184) 338
5. CALJA Briken - ALB - A - (156 - 181) 337
6. MAYORA PERNIA Julio Ruben - VEN - A - (152 - 185) 337
7. BAK Joohyo - KOR - A - (151 - 186) 337
8. WON Jeongsik - KOR - A - (153 - 183) 336
9. CUMMINGS JR Clarence - USA - A - (150 - 183) 333
10. YUAN Chengfei - CHN - A - (146 - 187) 333

Weightlifting - +105kg - Men's Group A | London 2012 Olympic Games

WL23 - Men - +105kg Group A - Weightlifting - 07 August 2012 - London 2012 Olympic Games

Full replay of the Men's +105kg Weightlifting competition from London 2012.

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Weightlifting Failure & Success - Moscow 1980 Olympics

A look back at some of the success and failure stories from the weightlifting events at the Moscow 1980 Olympic Games.

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Much of the focus leading up to the weightlifting tournament at the 1980 Olympic Games was on an injury to Russian legend Vassily Alekseyev.

The scene was set for the 353-pound giant from Ryazan to make it an unprecedented hat-trick of gold medals in the super heavyweight category after record-breaking triumphs in Munich and Montreal.

However an injury originally picked up just before the 1978 world championships in Pennsylvania restricted his chances and he was eliminated in the early stages.

Russian lifters dominated, however, with five of the 10 gold medals on offer taken by the home contingent.

Kanybek Osmanaliyev and Viktor Mazin took the honours in the now defunct flyweight and featherweight divisions, the former winning by the slenderest of margins on lower bodyweight.

Yet it was two Bulgarians who set the competition alight at the Izmailovo Sports Palace.

First Yanko Rusev took the lightweight gold with a new Olympic and world record, his overall total of 342.5kgs including a world record jerk of 195kgs putting him streets ahead of the field.

Team-mate Assen Zlatev then followed suit in the middleweight category to take gold with 360kgs and then achieved a jerk world record of 205.5kgs after the competition had been completed.

Home fans had something to cheer about once more when Yurik Vardanian crushed the opposition in the light heavyweight field, winning by an unprecedented 27.5kgs with a winning total of 400kgs, a score which would have won him gold in the first and middle heavyweight classes.

Belarus-born Leonid Taranenko took the heavyweight gold for Russia, and 12 years later was to gain a silver for the unified team at the Barcelona Games at super-heavyweight level.

With Alekseyev bowing out in the early stages, Sultan Rakhmanov proved a worthy successor by jerking an eye-watering 245kgs to lift gold by a healthy margin in the super heavyweight.

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Anatomy Of a Weightlifter: What are their Biggest Strengths?

Ukraine's star Olympian Dmytro Chuma reveals his explosive power and immensely balanced leg, arm, and grip strength in weightlifting.

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Lasha TALAKHADZE - WORLD RECORDS - 2018 IWF World Championships

Snatch 212 / 217 kg - C&J 252 / 257 kg - Total 462 / 469 / 474 kg WORLD RECORDS
2018 IWF World Championships - Saturday, 10 November 2018 - Ashgabat (TKM)


Snatch 218 kg - Clean & Jerk 260 kg - Total 478 kg WORLD RECORDS
2019 EWF European Weightlifting Championships Batumi, Georgia, 2019.04.13

Weightlifting - 77kg - Men's Group A | London 2012 Olympic Games

WL13 - Men - 77kg Group A - Weightlifting - 01 August 2012 - London 2012 Olympic Games

Full replay of the Men's 77kg Weightlifting competition from London 2012.

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Chinese Taipei Shu-Ching wins gold in Women's 53kg Weightlifting

Chinese Taipei Hsu Shu-Ching outlifts the competition to win gold in the Women's 53kg Weighlifting competition.

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China's Shi lifts to Men's 69kg gold

Zhiyong Shi wins gold for China in the Men's 69kg Weightlifting final by lifting 7kg more than his competitors in the clean and jerk round.

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Gold for retiring 62kg Colombian weightlifter

Colombian Oscar Albiero Figueroa Mosquera wins gold in his final competition.

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Most Decorated Olympic Weightlifter - Pyrros Dimas | Olympic Records

Look back on the spectacular career of Greece's Pyrros Dimas, the Olympic Games most decorated weightlifter with an amazing 1 bronze and 3 gold medals.

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Thai weightlifter sets Olympic Record in Women's 58kg Weightlifting

Thailand's Sukanya Srisurat sets a new Olympic Record and wins gold in her first Olympic Games by lifting 110kg.

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Hidilyn Diaz wins the silver! | Women's 53kg Weightlifting | Olympic Games Rio 2016 | TV5

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Rio Replay: Men's +105kg Weightlifting Final

Lasha Talakhadze wins gold for Georgia in the men's weightlifting +150kg final in Rio 2016.

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Pound for Pound - Strongest Weightlifters in Olympic history | Top Moments

Enjoy watching the Top 10 strongest weightlifters in Olympic history! Weightlifting is a very traditional Olympic sport. Its two competition lifts in order are the Snatch and the Clean and Jerk. The Snatch is a wide-grip, one-move lift. The Clean and Jerk is a close-grip, two-move lift. Each weightlifter receives three attempts in each, and the combined total of the highest two successful lifts determines the overall result within a bodyweight category. These athletes have competed in different Bodyweight categories. All of them were the strongest of their category and were able to lift multiple times their Bodyweight. Which one is the strongest Weightlifter for you? Let us know in the comments.

10) Jang Mi-Ran (KOR): Bejing 2008 ????
9) Hossein Rezazadeh (IRI): Sydney 2000 ????
8) Lydia Valentin (SPA): London 2012 ????
7) Rim Jong-Sim (PRK): London 2012 ????
6) Chen Yanqing (CHN): Bejing 2008 ????
5) Akakios Kakiasvili (GRE): Barcelona 1992 ????
4) Pyrros Dimas (GRE): Atlanta 1996 ????
3) Oscar Figueroa (COL): Rio 2016 ????
2) Long Qingquan (CHN): Rio 2016 ????
1) Naim Süleymanoglu (TUR): Seoul 1988 ????

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