1985 European Weightlifting Championships

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The 1985 European Weightlifting Championships were held in Katowice, Poland from May 21 to May 26, 1985. This was the 64th edition of the event. There were 120 men in action from 22 nations.

Medal summary[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
52 kg
Snatch Sevdalin Marinov
 Bulgaria
110.0 kg Teodor Jakob
 Romania
105.0 kg Istvan Barbaczi
 Hungary
100.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Sevdalin Marinov
 Bulgaria
140.0 kg Bernard Piekorz
 Poland
130.0 kg Istvan Barbaczi
 Hungary
127.5 kg
Total Sevdalin Marinov
 Bulgaria
250.0 kg Istvan Barbaczi
 Hungary
227.5 kg Teodor Jakob
 Romania
225.0 kg
56 kg
Snatch Frank Mavius
 East Germany
122.5 kg Neno Terziyski
 Bulgaria
120.0 kg Oksen Mirzoyan
 Soviet Union
117.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Neno Terziyski
 Bulgaria
160.0 kg Oksen Mirzoyan
 Soviet Union
152.5 kg Frank Mavius
 East Germany
147.5 kg
Total Neno Terziyski
 Bulgaria
280.0 kg Oksen Mirzoyan
 Soviet Union
270.0 kg Frank Mavius
 East Germany
270.0 kg
60 kg
Snatch Naum Shalamanov
 Bulgaria
140.0 kg Yurik Sarkisyan
 Soviet Union
130.0 kg Constantin Chiru
 Romania
120.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Naum Shalamanov
 Bulgaria
172.5 kg Yurik Sarkisyan
 Soviet Union
167.5 kg Andreas Letz
 East Germany
167.5 kg
Total Naum Shalamanov
 Bulgaria
312.5 kg Yurik Sarkisyan
 Soviet Union
297.5 kg Andreas Letz
 East Germany
287.5 kg
67.5 kg
Snatch Marek Seweryn
 Poland
150.0 kg Andreas Behm
 East Germany
150.0 kg Veselin Galabarov
 Bulgaria
147.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Mikhail Petrov
 Bulgaria
195.0 kg Andreas Behm
 East Germany
195.0 kg Hermann Kubenka
 East Germany
182.5 kg
Total Andreas Behm
 East Germany
345.0 kg Mikhail Petrov
 Bulgaria
342.5 kg Marek Seweryn
 Poland
330.0 kg
75 kg
Snatch Aleksandar Varbanov
 Bulgaria
157.5 kg Joachim Kunz
 East Germany
155.0 kg Sergey Li
 Soviet Union
155.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Aleksandar Varbanov
 Bulgaria
202.5 kg Joachim Kunz
 East Germany
195.0 kg Sergey Li
 Soviet Union
190.0 kg
Total Aleksandar Varbanov
 Bulgaria
360.0 kg Joachim Kunz
 East Germany
350.0 kg Sergey Li
 Soviet Union
345.0 kg
82.5 kg
Snatch Asen Zlatev
 Bulgaria
177.5 kg Anatoly Khrapaty
 Soviet Union
170.0 kg Laszlo Kiraly
 Hungary
170.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Asen Zlatev
 Bulgaria
215.0 kg Zdravko Stoichkov
 Bulgaria
215.0 kg Anatoly Khrapaty
 Soviet Union
210.0 kg
Total Asen Zlatev
 Bulgaria
392.5 kg Zdravko Stoichkov
 Bulgaria
382.5 kg Anatoly Khrapaty
 Soviet Union
380.0 kg
90 kg
Snatch Viktor Solodov
 Soviet Union
180.0 kg Rumen Teodosiev
 Bulgaria
177.5 kg Andrzej Piotrowski
 Poland
175.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Rumen Teodosiev
 Bulgaria
222.5 kg Viktor Solodov
 Soviet Union
222.5 kg Piotr Krukowski
 Poland
215.0 kg
Total Viktor Solodov
 Soviet Union
402.5 kg Rumen Teodosiev
 Bulgaria
400.0 kg Piotr Krukowski
 Poland
390.0 kg
100 kg
Snatch Nicu Vlad
 Romania
185.0 kg Viktor Shevchik
 Soviet Union
185.0 kg Andor Szanyi
 Hungary
172.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Andor Szanyi
 Hungary
217.5 kg Nicu Vlad
 Romania
215.0 kg René Wyßuwa
 East Germany
215.0 kg
Total Nicu Vlad
 Romania
400.0 kg Viktor Shevchik
 Soviet Union
392.5 kg Andor Szanyi
 Hungary
390.0 kg
110 kg
Snatch Yury Zakharevich
 Soviet Union
185.0 kg Anton Baraniak
 Czechoslovakia
180.0 kg Milos Ciernik
 Czechoslovakia
177.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Yury Zakharevich
 Soviet Union
222.5 kg Anton Baraniak
 Czechoslovakia
222.5 kg Milos Ciernik
 Czechoslovakia
217.5 kg
Total Yury Zakharevich
 Soviet Union
407.5 kg Anton Baraniak
 Czechoslovakia
402.5 kg Milos Ciernik
 Czechoslovakia
395.0 kg
+110 kg
Snatch Aleksandr Gunyashev
 Soviet Union
192.5 kg Robert Skolimowski
 Poland
190.0 kg Senno Salzwedel
 East Germany
187.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Leonid Taranenko
 Soviet Union
230.0 kg Senno Salzwedel
 East Germany
227.5 kg Aleksandr Gunyashev
 Soviet Union
225.0 kg
Total Aleksandr Gunyashev
 Soviet Union
417.5 kg Leonid Taranenko
 Soviet Union
415.0 kg Senno Salzwedel
 East Germany
415.0 kg

Medal table[edit]

Ranking by Big (Total result) medals

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Bulgaria (BUL)5308
2 Soviet Union (URS)3429
3 East Germany (GDR)1135
4 Romania (ROU)1012
5 Czechoslovakia (TCH)0112
 Hungary (HUN)0112
7 Poland (POL)0022
Totals (7 nations)10101030


References[edit]

  • Results (Chidlovski.net)
  • Панорама спортивного года 1985 / Сост. В. Л. Штейнбах — М.: Физкультура и спорт, 1986. ‹See Tfd›(in Russian)