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14th Asian Games
30.09-14.10 Busan, Korea



56kg
1 Wu Meijin CHN 80 55.35 130.0 162.5 292.5
2 Wang Shin-Yuan TPE 76 55.35 127.5 155.0 282.5
3 Yang Chin-Yi TPE 81 55.35 125.0 150.0 275.0
4 Setiadi Jadi INA 85 54.75 120.0 150.0 270.0
5 Kim Sae-Hurk KOR 79 55.90 117.5 147.5 265.0
6 Pak Un Chol PRK 83 55.75 115.0 147.5 262.5
7 Ibrahim Amirul Hamizan MAS 81 55.95 117.5 142.5 260.0
8 Yamada Masaharu JPN 80 55.70 102.5 140.0 242.5
9 Muthu Thandava IND 75 55.90 107.5 130.0 237.5
10 Ranjeet Rakesh NEP 78 55.40 95.0 120.0 215.0
11 Abdallah Zaki LIB 78 55.95 95.0 120.0 215.0
12 Al Shameri Khazai KUW 75 55.35 90.0 100.0 190.0
13 Martinho Araujo TMP 73 55.20 67.5 90.0 157.5
  Kikuzuma Yasuji JPN 78 55.65 110.0 --- ---
  Wu Wenxiong CHN 81 55.55 --- --- ---

56 kg: Junior and University world champion Wu Meijin proved again that he might once become a worthy challenger for Mutlu. He is bound to reach the "300-kg Club" membership before the next Olympic Games. The other Chinese in the category, Wu Wenxiong suffered a surprising elimination in the snatch on 125 kg.

 

62kg
1 Le Maosheng CHN 78 61.45 140.0 182.5 322.5
2 Im Yong Su PRK 80 61.90 135.0 165.0 300.0
3 Cho Hyo-Won KOR 82 61.85 130.0 160.0 290.0
4 Bazarbaev Umurbek TKM 81 61.95 125.0 157.5 282.5
5 Ali Muneer Abdullatif QAT 78 61.80 125.0 155.0 280.0
6 Hato Tatsuo JPN 76 61.95 122.5 152.5 275.0
7 Islam Md Hamidul BAN 73 61.85 110.0 145.0 255.0
8 Nakarmi Roshan Ram NEP 78 61.75 110.0 137.5 247.5
9 Tanveer Ahmed PAK 78 61.30 100.0 130.0 230.0
10 Mohammed Hani Ali YEM 72 60.85 95.0 125.0 220.0
  Singnoi Chom THA 79 61.45 132.5 --- ---
  Tominaga Kenji JPN 75 61.95 120.0 --- ---
  Batzaya Tsevegdorj MGL 74 61.75 --- --- ---
  Shi Zhiyong CHN 80 61.85 --- --- ---

62 kg: Being double senior, triple junior and also triple University world champion, Le Maosheng had no match. Especially after his compatriot Shi Zhiyong had fallen out at his opening 150-kg snatch. Le Maosheng improved the clean and jerk world record to 182.5 kg.

 

 

69kg
1 Zhang Guozheng CHN 74 68.85 155.0 190.0 345.0
2 Abdullah Erwin INA 74 68.15 142.5 190.0 332.5
3 Panzvan Langroudi IRI 81 68.00 150.0 175.0 325.0
4 Sarouf Fadel Nasser QAT 76 68.60 155.0 170.0 325.0
5 Okhremenko Alexandr KAZ 71 68.50 142.5 175.0 317.5
6 Raupov Suhrob Urunovich UZB 81 69.00 145.0 170.0 315.0
7 Alibaev Manas KGZ 83 68.25 137.5 165.0 302.5
8 Tagaev Makhmudjon UZB 83 68.25 125.0 150.0 275.0
9 Ganbaatar Nyamikhagva MGL 78 68.85 117.5 135.0 252.5
10 Omar Furas Wegdan YEM 85 67.30 100.0 130.0 230.0
11 Alnahham Jasim Ahmed BRN 76 68.45 100.0 125.0 225.0
  Lee Bae-Young KOR 79 68.80 150.0 --- ---
  Kuo Cheng-Wei TPE 82 68.45 132.5 --- ---

69 kg: Six-times University world champion Zhang Guozheng was impossible to corner. He scored a hands-down victory with an impressive 345 kg total.

 

77 kg
1 Filimonov Sergey KAZ 75 76.50 173.0 202.5 375.0
2 Barkhah Mohammad IRI 77 76.85 160.0 202.5 362.5
3 Falahati Nejad IRI 76 76.25 150.0 200.0 350.0
4 Moldodosov Ulanbek KGZ 76 76.20 152.5 190.0 342.5
5 Lee Kang-Suk KOR 76 76.95 152.5 185.0 337.5
6 Babaev Annaberdy TKM 77 76.45 150.0 180.0 330.0
7 Iskandarani Abdullah SYR 76 76.80 145.0 172.5 317.5
8 Djouraev Soulhrob TJK 78 76.55 140.0 160.0 300.0
9 Tarha Maarouf LIB 75 76.70 125.0 155.0 280.0
10 Yahya Abdul Redha BRN 81 75.35 110.0 130.0 240.0
  Abbas Nader Sufyan QAT 75 76.75 --- --- ---
  Li Hongli CHN 80 76.65 172.5 --- ---
  Awais Akbar PAK 74 71.60 --- --- ---

77 kg: The victory of Sergey Filimonov of Kazakhstan was a true surprise. Actually he and his strongest rival Li Hongli set up the same (?) world record in snatch, 173 kg, but the Chinese dropped out in clean and jerk and the way was smooth for Filimonov to the gold medal.

 

85 kg
1 Song Jong-Shik KOR 76 84.55 167.5 205.0 372.5
2 Panzvan Langrudi IRI 75 84.30 167.5 200.0 367.5
3 Nurullaev B. UZB 75 84.85 165.0 200.0 365.0
4 Yuan Aijun CHN 77 84.50 160.0 200.0 360.0
5 Samoilov Pavel KAZ 71 84.85 160.0 190.0 350.0
6 Galkin Konstantin KAZ 78 83.80 150.0 190.0 340.0
7 Nguyen Quoc Thanh VIE 74 83.60 142.5 170.0 312.5
  Sharipov Mital KGZ 72 84.35 --- --- ---
  Nassirinia Shahin IRI 76 84.70 --- --- ---

85 kg: Song Jong-Shik's triumph was an unexpected but to Koreans all the more welcome occurrence. Who would expect Sharipov, let alone Nassirinia to get eliminated in the snatch? This is what happened and thus Nassirinia continued a strangely unlucky series. After having defeated Dimas in Athens in 1999, he performed only one snatch attempt in Sydney due to injury; zeroed in jerk in Antalya and now dropped out in snatch at 170 kg in Busan again. Since 1999 he has no valid results!

 

94 kg
1 Akhmetov Bakhytbek KAZ 79 93.25 185.0 215.0 400.0
2 Bagheri Kouroush IRI 77 93.05 175.0 210.0 385.0
3 Lee Eung-Jo KOR 80 93.50 170.0 200.0 370.0
4 Makarov Andrey KAZ 72 93.15 177.5 190.0 367.5
5 Urazimbetov Fazilbek UZB 76 93.20 150.0 190.0 340.0
6 Hassan Aslam PAK 76 91.05 140.0 170.0 310.0

94 kg: Kazakhstan's weightlifters are coming up: another proof is Bakhytbek Akhmetov who defeated ailing Kouroush Bagheri, the defender of the world title, by 15 kg.

 

105 kg
1 Assad Saeed Saif QAT 79 104.25 192.5 225.0 417.5
2 Cui Wenhua CHN 74 103.25 195.0 220.0 415.0
3 Tavakoli Hossein IRI 78 104.95 180.0 220.0 400.0
4 Choi Jong-Keun KOR 76 104.35 180.0 212.5 392.5
5 Urinov Aleksandr UZB 73 100.70 180.0 210.0 390.0
6 Frolov Dmitriy KAZ 72 104.10 170.0 215.0 385.0
7 Lee Woo-Sung KOR 77 104.95 170.0 215.0 385.0
8 Yoshimoto Hisaya JPN 73 104.75 170.0 200.0 370.0
9 Park Tok Kui PRK 82 104.25 130.0 170.0 300.0

105 kg: Iranian hopes were again dampened in this category when Olympic champion Hossein Tavakoli finished in a disappointing third place. In what was one of the most exciting fights of the Asian Games, Assad Saeed Saif (formerly Bulgarian junior world champion) of Qatar eventually triumphed before snatch-specialist Chinese Cui Wenhua.

 

+105 kg
1 Rezazadeh Hossein IRI 78 156.00 200.0 240.0 440.0
2 Halilov Igor UZB 72 134.50 185.0 220.0 405.0
3 Morita Munehiro JPN 76 112.05 175.0 200.0 375.0
4 Inagaki Eiji JPN 72 107.45 150.0 190.0 340.0
5 Yahya Ali Abdulla BRN 74 105.30 130.0 160.0 290.0
  Al Aboodi Awad JOR 74 140.40 177.5 --- ---

+105 kg: In the absence of the big aces - Jaber, Kim Tae-Hyun - Olympic champion Hossein Rezazadeh had a leisurely walk to victory. He therefore focused his attention on his ambition to improve the clean and jerk world record to 263 kg - something that failed him only on a narrow margin.

Hossein Rezazadeh

Olympic champion Hossein Rezazadeh of Iran snatched 200kg and made an attempt at clean and jerk world record 263 kg


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