Top European Heavyweights in Helsinki


History in Color:

October 3, 1947, Helsinki, Finland – The heavyweight contestants of the 82.5+kg tournament are lined up for the introduction at the 1947 European Championships in Helsinki (left to right):

M. Karsch (Finland, 85.85kg), Gosta Magnusson (Sweden, 85.4kg), Niels Peterson (Denmark, 94.40kg), Abraham Charite (Netherlands, 90.45kg), Vaclav Becvar (Czechoslovakia, 106.7kg), Nikolay Laputin (USSR, 103.1kg), Yakov Kitsenko (USSR, 108kg), H. Osten (Denmark, 94.3kg)

It was the first European Championships after the WWII and the first Europeans with the Soviet athletes competing.

1947  European Championship
Location: Helsinki ,  FIN
Weight Class: Super Heavyweight  [82.5+ kg]More Info On the 1947 European Championship

Rank Athlete Results (kg)
1 Yakov KUTSENKO,  Soviet Union 135 + 127.5 + 170 = 432.5
2 Niels PETERSEN,  Denmark 115 + 112.5 + 150 = 377.5
3 Nikolay LAPUTYIN,  Soviet Union 117.5 + 115 + 145 = 377.5

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