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Weightlifting

Discussion in 'LONDON 2012 non-badminton events / discussion' started by Avenger, Jul 29, 2012.

  1. Avenger

    Avenger Regular Member

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    I am not a big fan for Weight lifting, but I just saw a 19 years old girl (she became 19 years old 4 days ago) break the world record

    Amazing feat from Zulfia Chinshanlo (Kazakhstan)
    category under 53 kgs
    she did 131 Kgs (world record) while the other did at max is 120 kgs

    the rumour is that she can lift 137 kgs. she tried 135 as her last attempt but she failed
    no problem, she broke the world record already with 131 kgs

    congratz Zulfia :)
     
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    MelvIndonesia Regular Member

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    Citra from Indonesia was in the 4th place :(
     
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    Good effort but no medal yet. I was following Jadi Setiadi and I thought that he was good, he was leading with just 1 lift but then the North Korean broke the record.
     
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    Avenger Regular Member

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    yup, good effort but she is 11 kgs off to get the bronze
     
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    62Kgs men final

    INA on the second spot right now with 313 kgs :)
     
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    Good Lord. This Kim Un-guk is one Hercules fella. :p
     
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    ohhh, breath taking moment!

    The INA player almost out of medal!
    the INA got 317 kgs and Jamaica got 317 kgs

    Eko is heavier than the Jamaican player, so he got the bronze

    the CHN player wants to break olympic record at 178 kgs (at total 318kgs to be in Silver)
    if CHN player got it (he has 2 attempts) he will be in silver and Eko will be outside the medal area
    the CHN player was the last lifter. I'm sure Eko cannot stop looking at the screen hoping for the CHN player to fail
    and yes, the CHN player failed! Eko got the bronze medal!

    Congrats to Eko
    I think this is the first medal for INA!

    Edit: YES, this is the first medal for INA in this Olympics!
     
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    As I'm writing this, he just broke World Record for snatch, clean & jerk, and that means... total lift! :eek:
     
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    Tomorrow's gonna be 69 kg final. I hope Triyatno and Deni will make us proud.

    INA weightlifters are actually very good. Consistently delivering medal since Sydney 2000. With more training and hard work, I believe gold medal won't be something in near future.
     
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    Yeah, INA bagged first medal in day-3 of London OG through Eko Yuli Wirawan who also delivered bronze four years ago in Beijing :)
     
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    INA grab silver medal through Triyatno in men 69 kg
     
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    wow, very brave move from Triyatno

    he got 331 kgs for bronze
    he wants more!
    the ranking 2 player is only for 332 kgs

    he went fro 186 to 188kgs (in total 333kgs for silver medal)

    bravely challenging the second rank, and he almost crumble
    but he did it! with total 333kgs, he is in second position and win the silver medal!

    Congrats Triyatno

    P.S: if you know the meme "are you not entertained?" Triyatno did the pose lol!
     
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    Triyatno so shaky at 188 kg, good thing it still good lift and silver in hand
     

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