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4/5/2021 James Hilary Evans, Llanilar, Ceredigion, United Kingdom  olympedia.org

Just to mention that my colleague Paul Tchir has a website dedicated to the oldest living Olympic competitors (including lifters) at www.acsweb.ucsd.edu/~ptchir/


2/20/2021 arthur chidlovski, Ponte Vedra, FL, US  

>> Anatoly Pisarenko is out right
>> oldest champion still alive.

Joe Dube (USA) is older than Anatoly Pisarenko. Joe just turned 78. He is the oldest living super heavyweight world champion. He is also a world records author.


2/18/2021 G.H. MASSIHA, Youngsville, - Please make a selection -, US  

Now that Great Yury Vlasov passed away:

LAHDENRANTA is the oldest living super heavy weight lifter setting WR and winning medal at world championship. May God keep him alive and healthy for a long time for his family.

Anatoly Pisarenko is out right oldest champion still alive.


6/16/2020 Deb, MiAMI, FL, USA  

Is it possible to edit a post I made many years ago? Can I contact you by phone?

Thank you.


3/22/2020 MALCOLM IRWIN, Upper Kedron, QLD, AU  

Lift- Up is great for reviewing the history of Weightlifting during lock-down. Trusting all lifters wash their hands with soap between lifts and stay well. This is a sport where social distancing is easy to achieve.


10/23/2019 ROBERT KABBAS, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia  

MIKE PEARMAN: Hi Mike, glad to hear you're still going strong! World Championships 1966 East Berlin: Lightheavyweight (82.5kg) category 10th place - 417.5kg (132.5+122.5+162.5). Regards, Robert.


8/19/2019 MIKE PEARMAN , London , Middlesex , U k  

Hi can anyone tell me what was my results and place in the light heavy weight class at the world championships 1966 still coaching at Brunel weightlifting club London England 1962 was my first world championships 1975 my last wonderful memories. Mike Pearman


8/29/2018 ARTHUR CHIDLOVSKI, Boston, MA, US  

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6/27/2018 VILMOS ZOLLER, Budapest, Hungary  

Hi Arthur,
thank you very much for publishing my 'Anderson Club' .

I have a better, actualized version. If you need it, give me an address, where I can send it.

Best regards,
Vilmos


5/24/2018 VICTOR ROSENBERG, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, USA  

Arthur--I learned a couple of things about you when I looked up what the previous poster wrote. I wish you good health. The other thing is your hockey expertise, which leads me to a question. In the end credits of the documentary 'Red Army' I saw that among those given special thanks are Isaac Berger and Lauren Berger. Is this the great weightlifter and a relative or a different Isaac Berger? If it's the weightlifter, what was his connection to Soviet hockey?


 

 

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