|Competitor for Latvia|
|Silver||2004 Athens||+ 105 kg|
|Bronze||2008 Beijing||+ 105 kg|
|World Weightlifting Championships
|Bronze||1997 Chiang Mai||+ 108 kg|
|Bronze||1998 Lahti||+ 105 kg|
|Bronze||2003 Vancouver||+ 105 kg|
|Gold||2007 Chiang Mai||+ 105 kg|
|European Weightlifting Championships
|Bronze||1997 Rijeka||- 108 kg|
|Bronze||1999 La Coruna||+ 105 kg|
|Bronze||2000 Sofia||+ 105 kg|
|Gold||2001 Trencin||+ 105 kg|
|Silver||2004 Kiev||+ 105 kg|
|Gold||2005 Sofia||+ 105 kg|
|Gold||2006 Wladislawowo||+ 105 kg|
|Gold||2007 Strasbourg||+ 105 kg|
|Gold||2008 Lignano Sabbiadoro||+ 105 kg|
In the 2004 Summer Olympics, he won the silver medal in the over 105 kg weight category, with the total result of 455 kg (205 kg in snatch and 250 kg in clean and jerk). He has also won three bronze medals in the World Championships (in 1997, 1998 and 2003), gold in 2007 and several medals in the European Championships (bronze in 1997, 1999 and 2000, gold in 2001, silver in 2004, and four consecutive gold medals in 2005 - 2008).
- Snatch: 206.0 kg 2008 Summer Olympics.
- Clean and jerk: 260.0 kg
- Total: 465.0 kg (205.0+260.0) 2003 Intl. Tournament.
Notes and references
- Viktors Ščerbatihs at Database Weightlifting (Retrieved on December 19, 2009).
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