History of Olympic Weightlifting
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Norbert Schemansky is turning 91 on May 30th. It's short notice but I would love to have birthday greetings sent to him.
I guess you could email me & I'll print them out for him. Or I could send you my home address.
I'm very proud of this man.
Unfortunately I have no information about A. Kazaryan's first name. There's a film about 1987 USSR Championships (about tactics), I just watched it and found out G. Kazaryan's first name.
Other facts from the film say that there's a mistake here: http://www.chidlovski.net/liftup/l_tournamentResult.asp?tflag=su&wname=Super%20Heavyweight&wyear=1987
Leonid Taranenko won with 472.5 = 207.5 + 265.5, unofficial world record in the c&j, which he made official later that year in Ostrava.
Thanks, Denis! The name has been updated. Do you happen to know the first name of A. Kazaryan @
This athlete's name is Garnik
Yes, I saw this note about the last update, and it's definitely what I'm speaking about: the lists surely need new updates!
The ALL-TIME TOP LISTS (200-250-450) have been posted in 2004 and last updated in 2009. It is noted in the article. Thanks.
Again about the top lists (http://www.chidlovski.net/liftup/a_top_lists.asp).
Taranenko's, Krastev's, Gunyashev's results are displayed without rounding to 2.5 kg.
So Rezazadeh's result must be 473.5 (and his best was 210 + 263.5 at 2004 Olympics, not 2003 WWC)
I think this page may be updated with at least
Ruslan Albegov, 210 255 464
Behdad Salimikordasiabi, 214 ? 465?
and many other athletes