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1/11/2018 RONALD JOHNS, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada  

I haven't heard anything about the new Olympic weightlifting classes?

11/18/2017 ALFONSO A RODRIGUEZ BORRERO, Palm Bay, Florida, United States  

Bad news, I just just read that Naim Suleymanolu died this morning in Turkey at age 50. He had undergone a liver transplant back in October 6 and seemed to be recovering but he took a turn for the worse and never left the hospital. He has been suffering from cirrhosis of the liver for years. We loose another great one at a rather young age (just 50). A great lose to Turkey, his family, friends, fans and the sport's world. Requiestat Im Pacem.

8/23/2017 ALFONSO A. RODRIGUEZ, Palm Bay, Florida, USA  

Velichko Cholakov is the second member of the Bulgarian 2004 team to die at age 35. Milen Dobrev was the other one in 2015.

By the way, great job with the color photos and captions.

7/15/2017 G.H. MASSIHA, Lafayette, LA, USA  

Please make change

2010 World Championship
Location: Antalya, TUR
Weight Class: Lightweight [69 kg]

More Info On 2010 World Championship
1 BINAY Mete 19.01.1985 TUR 68.75 A 160 175 335
2 KAZARYAN Armen 19.06.1982 RUS 68.64 A 148 181 329
3 TRIYATNO 20.12.1987 INA 68.85 B 146 178 324

6/4/2017 TAREK NOSSIR, cairo, egypt  

please need email to send to you some photo for mr.said nossir my ancel

4/5/2017 KEVIN ST. JOHN, Rochester, New York, USA  

Thank you so much for the colorized photos of so many Soviet lifters. Many of these were before I got interested in lifting but many were also lifters who never got to compete outside of the SU due to the incredible depth of the nations talent pool. They set world records but never made international teams. The old saying was, 'It's harder for a Soviet to make it to the world championships than it is to win them.' I love what you do here.

2/14/2017 JOAO SOUSA, costa da caparica, setúbal, Portugal  

Great, wonderfull site!
Many thanks for your fantastic work!

12/30/2016 G.H. MASSIHA, Lafayette, LA, USA  

Thank you so much for 1967 Special Tournament in Mexico City results. I loved the fact you provided extended data for many athletes. Some of these guys did not medal again in Olympics and World championship. It is probably too late but IWF should recognize these guys as 1967 champions.

8/18/2016 Arthur Chidlovski, Boston, MA, USA  

Thanks, Victor! I talked to them @ NYT a few days ago but haven't seen the article yet! Googled for it and it is a good research and infographics. Love to be mentioned with Lift Up too, of course :-)

8/16/2016 VICTOR ROSENBERG, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, USA  

Congratulations to Arthur and his website for being acknowledged in yesterday's New York Times for providing pictures of several weightlifters.

If I may add a question: What exactly were all of those leg wraps and/or straps that Lely Burgos was wearing in the Olympics?