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Weightlifting world championships: Muslim Medallists

31st Dec 2021
Weightlifting world championships: Muslim Medallists

(Credit: Quince Creative)

World Championships 

Tashkent, Uzbekistan (December 7–17)

KEY: Clean & Jerk (CJ) | Snatch (S) | Total (T) | Gold (1), Silver (2), Bronze (3)

Event: men
WEIGHT MEDAL, MEDALLISTS (NOC) LIFTED

55 kg S: 1 – Mansour Al-Saleem (KSA) 118 kg
55 kg S: 2 – Arli Chontey (KAZ) 118 kg
55 kg S: 3 – Muammer Şahin (TUR) 116 kg
55 kg CJ: 2 – Mohamad Kasdan (MAS) 142 kg
55 kg CJ: 3 – Arli Chontey (KAZ) 142 kg
55 kg T: 1 – Arli Chontey (KAZ) 260 kg

61 kg S: 3 – Seýitjan Mirzaýew (TKM) 128 kg

62 kg CJ: 3 – Seraj Al-Saleem (KSA) 155 kg

63 kg T: 3 – Seraj Al-Saleem (KSA) 282 kg

67 kg S: 1 – Zulfat Garaev (RUS) 146 kg
67 kg S: 2 – Doston Yokubov (UZB) 144 kg
67 kg S: 3 – Talha Talib (PAK) 143 kg
67 kg CJ: 1 – Doston Yokubov (UZB) 180 kg
67 kg CJ: 3 – Adkhamjon Ergashev (UZB) 174 kg
67 kg T: 1 – Doston Yokubov (UZB) 324 kg
67 kg T: 3 – Zulfat Garaev (RUS) 315 kg

73 kg S: 1 – Briken Calja (ALB) 186 kg
73 kg CJ: 1 – Rahmat Abdullah (IND) 192 kg
73 kg CJ: 2 – Briken Calja (ALB) 186 kg
73 kg T: 1 – Rahmat Abdullah (IND) 343 kg
73 kg T: 2 – Briken Calja (ALB) 342 kg

81 kg S: 3 – Mirmostafa Javadi (IRI) 163 kg
81 kg CJ: 2 – Mirmostafa Javadi (IRI) 204 kg
81 kg T: 2 – Mirmostafa Javadi (IRI) 367 kg

89 kg CJ: 1 – Artem Okulov (RUS) 205 kg
89 kg CJ: 2 – Sarvarbek Zafarjonov (UZB) 205 kg
89 kg T: 2 – Sarvarbek Zafarjonov (UZB) 371 kg

96 kg CJ: 1 – Fares El-Bakh (QAT) 222 kg
96 kg CJ: 2 – Artyom Antropov (KAZ) 221 kg
96 kg T: 2 – Fares El-Bakh (QAT) 394 kg

102 kg S: 2 – Rasoul Motamedi (IRI) 177 kg
102 kg CJ: 1 – Rasoul Motamedi (IRI) 220 kg
102 kg CJ: 2 – Bekdoolot Rasulbekov (KYZ) 217 kg
102 kg CJ: 3 – Amir Hoghoughi (IRI) 216 kg
102 kg T: 1 – Rasoul Motamedi (IRI) 397 kg
102 kg T: 3 – Amir Hoghoughi (IRI) 388 kg

109 kg S: 1 – Akbar Djuraev (UZB) 195 kg
109 kg S: 3 – Ruslan Nurudinov (UZB) 185 kg
109 kg CJ: 1 – Akbar Djuraev (UZB) 238 kg
109 kg CJ: 2 – Ruslan Nurudinov (UZB) 236 kg
109 kg T: 1 – Akbar Djuraev (UZB) 433 kg
109 kg T: 2 – Ruslan Nurudinov (UZB) 421 kg

 

Event: Women

45 kg S: 2 – Şaziye Erdoğan (TUR) 76 kg
45 kg CJ: 3 – Şaziye Erdoğan (TUR) 93 kg

46 kg T: 3 – Şaziye Erdoğan (TUR) 169 kg
49 kg S: 3 – Ýulduz Jumabaýewa (TKM) 76 kg

55 kg S: 1 – Ghofrane Belkhir (TUN) 92 kg
55 kg T: 1 – Ghofrane Belkhir (TUN) 203 kg

64 kg S: 1 – Neama Said (EGY) 106 kg
64 kg CJ: 2 – Neama Said (EGY) 127 kg
64 kg T: 1 – Neama Said (EGY) 233 kg

87 kg S: 1 – Tursunoy Jabborova (UZB) 113 kg
87 kg T: 2 – Tursunoy Jabborova (UZB) 244 kg

 

World Para Championships
Tbilisi, Georgia (November 27–December 5)

Event: men

49 kg: 1 – Omar Qarada (JOR)

54 kg: 3 – Taha Abdelmajid (EGY)

59 kg: 1 – Sherif Othman (EGY)

65 kg: 1 – Ocine Bettir (ALG)
65 kg: 1 – ocine Bettir (ALG)
65 kg: 2 – Amir Jafari (IRI)

72 kg: 3 – Shaaban Ibrahim (EGY)

80 kg: 2 – Roohallah Rostami (IRI)
80 kg: 3 – Mohamed Elelfat (EGY)

88 kg: 1 – Abdelkareem Khattab (JOR)
88 kg: 2 – Magomed Dzhamalov (RUS)

97 kg: 1 – Hamed Solhipour (IRI)
97 kg: 2 – Hany Abdelhady (EGY)
97 kg: 3 – Mutaz juneidi (JOR)

107 kg: 1 – Aliakbar Gharibshi (IRI)
107 kg: 3 – Saman Razi (IRI)

107+ kg: 1 – Ahmad Aminzadeh (IRI)
107+ kg: 2 – Mahdi Sayadi (IRI)

 

Event: women

50 kg: 1 – Rehab Ahmed (EGY)

55 kg: 2 – Besra Duman (TUR)

67 kg: 3 – Fatma Omar (EGY)

73 kg: 3 – Kafila Almaruf (NGR)

 

Event: Junior Men

49 kg: 1 – Muslim Al-Sudani (IRQ)
49 kg: 2 – Mohammad Alshnaiti (JOR)

54 kg: 2 – Azizbek Uluu (KYZ)

59 kg: 1 – Aymen Khodja (ALG)
59 kg: 2 – Zakhar Buimov (KAZ)

65 kg: 2 – Ahmed Al-Karkhi (IRQ)
65 kg: 3 – Yerlan Issakov (KAZ)

72 kg: 1 – Islam Abdulkadirov (RUS)
72 kg: 2 – Islam Mohamed (EGY)

80 kg: 1 – Saeid Eskandarzadeh (IRI)

88 kg: 1 – Hassan Elattar (EGY)

Event: Junior Women

50 kg: 3 – Zahra Dadashova (AZE)

Compiled by Elham Asaad Buaras

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