What is the World Record of Weightlifting?

The world record of weightlifting is currently held by Aleksey Lovchev, from Russia. His personal best is an incredible 255 kg (562 lb) clean and jerk, which he set at the 2015 World Championships. This beats the previous world record by a massive 15 kg (33 lb).

Lovchev is a true giant of a man, standing at 2.06 m (6 ft 9 in) tall and weighing in at 140 kg (310 lb). He first started competing internationally in 2009, and has since won multiple medals at both the European and World Championships. In addition to his world record clean and jerk, he also holds the European records for both the snatch (232 kg / 511 lb) and the total (485 kg / 1,070 lb).

With such impressive credentials, it’s no wonder that Aleksey Lovchev is considered one of the greatest weightlifters of all time.

Who Won Weightlifting in Olympics 2022?

As of right now, the 2022 Olympics have not yet happened. Therefore, we do not know who the weightlifting champion will be. However, we can take a look at some of the athletes who are likely to compete in the event and make an educated guess as to who might come out on top.

Some of the athletes to watch include Lasha Talakhadze from Georgia, Tian Tao from China, and Ilya Ilyin from Kazakhstan. All three of these athletes have been incredibly successful in previous competitions and are sure to be contenders for the gold medal in 2022. Weighing all of the factors involved, it is difficult to say definitively who will win weightlifting at the Olympics in 2022.

However, if we had to make a prediction, our money would be on Lasha Talakhadze from Georgia. He is a strong athlete with a proven track record of success in international competitions. Whatever happens, it is sure to be an exciting event with many talented athletes vying for the gold medal.

Who Broke the World Record for Weightlifting?

Who broke the world record for weightlifting? The world record for weightlifting is held by Americanweightlifter, C.T. Fletcher. He lifted a total of 1,102 pounds (500 kg) in the super heavyweight division at the 2011 World Championships in Poland.

What’S the Olympic Record for Weightlifting?

The Olympic record for weightlifting was set in 2011 by Behdad Salimi of Iran. He lifted a total of 486 kg (1,072 lb) in the snatch and clean and jerk, for a world record total of 973 kg (2,147 lb).

Weightlifting World Record Male

The world record for the heaviest weightlift by a male is 4,994 lb (2,268 kg) set by Blaine Sumner of the United States on May 2, 2015. The world record was previously held by Iran’s Hossein Rezazadeh with a lift of 4,861 lb (2,205 kg) achieved on November 28, 2004.

World Record Clean And Jerk Super Heavyweight

The Clean and Jerk is a weightlifting move that requires split-second timing and explosive power. It’s no wonder, then, that the world record for the Clean and Jerk in the Super Heavyweight category is an impressive 465kg (1,025lbs). This record was set by Iranian weightlifter Behdad Salimi at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

Salimi is a giant of a man, standing 2.03m (6’8″) tall and weighing in at 160kg (350lbs). Despite his size, he’s incredibly agile and quick on his feet – key attributes for a successful Clean and Jerk. In order to lift such a massive weight overhead, Salimi first had to get it into position.

He did this by performing a ‘clean’, where he lifted the barbell from the ground to his chest in one smooth motion. Once the bar was in position, he explosively jerked it upwards, using his legs and arms to propel it over his head. The entire move must be completed in one continuous motion – if any part of Salami’s body touched the ground or he paused for even a second, it would have been classed as a ‘miss‘.

But thankfully for him (and spectators watching around the world!), he executed the move perfectly to take home gold and etch his name into history.