1988 European Weightlifting Championships

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The 1988 European Weightlifting Championships were held in Cardiff, United Kingdom from April 26 to May 3, 1988. This was the 67th edition of the event. There were 175 men in action from 25 nations. The women competition were held in City of San Marino, San Marino. It was the 1st event for the women.

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
52 kg
Snatch Sevdalin Marinov
 Bulgaria
115.0 kg Traian Cihărean
 Romania
110.0 kg Bela Olah
 Hungary
105.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Sevdalin Marinov
 Bulgaria
145.0 kg Traian Cihărean
 Romania
140.0 kg Bela Olah
 Hungary
127.5 kg
Total Sevdalin Marinov
 Bulgaria
260.0 kg Traian Cihărean
 Romania
250.0 kg Bela Olah
 Hungary
232.5 kg
56 kg
Snatch Mitko Grablev
 Bulgaria
120.0 kg Neno Terziyski
 Bulgaria
120.0 kg Dimitru Negreanu
 Romania
115.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Mitko Grablev
 Bulgaria
167.5 kg Neno Terziyski
 Bulgaria
167.5 kg Andreas Letz
 East Germany
145.0 kg
Total Mitko Grablev
 Bulgaria
287.5 kg Neno Terziyski
 Bulgaria
287.5 kg Dimitru Negreanu
 Romania
257.5 kg
60 kg
Snatch Naim Süleymanoğlu
 Turkey
150.0 kg
WR
Stefan Topurov
 Bulgaria
145.0 kg Attila Czanka
 Romania
140.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Naim Süleymanoğlu
 Turkey
180.0 kg Stefan Topurov
 Bulgaria
177.5 kg Attila Czanka
 Romania
175.0 kg
Total Naim Süleymanoğlu
 Turkey
330.0 kg Stefan Topurov
 Bulgaria
322.5 kg Attila Czanka
 Romania
315.0 kg
67.5 kg
Snatch Valery Yurov
 Soviet Union
147.5 kg Joachim Kunz
 East Germany
142.5 kg Bogdan Bakula
 Poland
137.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Valery Yurov
 Soviet Union
180.0 kg Joachim Kunz
 East Germany
177.5 kg Reijo Kiiskilä
 Finland
165.0 kg
Total Valery Yurov
 Soviet Union
327.5 kg Joachim Kunz
 East Germany
320.0 kg Bogdan Bakula
 Poland
302.5 kg
75 kg
Snatch Angel Genchev
 Bulgaria
162.5 kg Andrei Socaci
 Romania
160.0 kg Waldemar Kosiński
 Poland
157.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Angel Genchev
 Bulgaria
210.0 kg Andrei Socaci
 Romania
190.0 kg Waldemar Kosiński
 Poland
185.0 kg
Total Angel Genchev
 Bulgaria
372.5 kg Andrei Socaci
 Romania
350.0 kg Waldemar Kosiński
 Poland
342.5 kg
82.5 kg
Snatch Sergey Li
 Soviet Union
175.0 kg Constantin Urdas
 Romania
172.5 kg Alexander Gusakov
 Soviet Union
170.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Constantin Urdas
 Romania
215.0 kg Sergey Li
 Soviet Union
210.0 kg Alexander Gusakov
 Soviet Union
205.0 kg
Total Constantin Urdas
 Romania
387.5 kg Sergey Li
 Soviet Union
385.0 kg Alexander Gusakov
 Soviet Union
375.0 kg
90 kg
Snatch Ivan Chakarov
 Bulgaria
187.5 kg Anatoly Khrapaty
 Soviet Union
185.0 kg Rumen Teodosiev
 Bulgaria
180.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Anatoly Khrapaty
 Soviet Union
235.0 kg
WR
Ivan Chakarov
 Bulgaria
230.0 kg Rumen Teodosiev
 Bulgaria
220.0 kg
Total Anatoly Khrapaty
 Soviet Union
420.0 kg Ivan Chakarov
 Bulgaria
417.5 kg Rumen Teodosiev
 Bulgaria
400.0 kg
100 kg
Snatch Andor Szanyi
 Hungary
185.0 kg Aleksandr Popov
 Soviet Union
185.0 kg Detelin Petrov
 Bulgaria
185.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Detelin Petrov
 Bulgaria
240.0 kg Aleksandr Popov
 Soviet Union
237.5 kg Andor Szanyi
 Hungary
235.0 kg
Total Detelin Petrov
 Bulgaria
425.0 kg Aleksandr Popov
 Soviet Union
422.5 kg Andor Szanyi
 Hungary
420.0 kg
110 kg
Snatch Yury Zakharevich
 Soviet Union
203.5 kg
WR
Norberto Oberburger
 Italy
195.0 kg Ronny Weller
 East Germany
192.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Yury Zakharevich
 Soviet Union
250.5 kg
WR
Stefan Botev
 Bulgaria
247.5 kg Ronny Weller
 East Germany
242.5 kg
Total Yury Zakharevich
 Soviet Union
452.5 kg
WR
Stefan Botev
 Bulgaria
437.5 kg Ronny Weller
 East Germany
435.0 kg
+110 kg
Snatch Aleksander Levandovski
 Soviet Union
210.0 kg Leonid Taranenko
 Soviet Union
207.5 kg Antonio Krastev
 Bulgaria
202.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Manfred Nerlinger
 West Germany
257.5 kg Leonid Taranenko
 Soviet Union
255.0 kg Antonio Krastev
 Bulgaria
245.0 kg
Total Leonid Taranenko
 Soviet Union
462.5 kg Antonio Krastev
 Bulgaria
447.5 kg Manfred Nerlinger
 West Germany
442.5 kg

Medal table[edit]

Ranking by Big (Total result) medals

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Bulgaria (BUL)45110
2 Soviet Union (URS)4217
3 Romania (ROU)1225
4 Turkey (TUR)1001
5 East Germany (GDR)0112
6 Hungary (HUN)0022
 Poland (POL)0022
8 West Germany (FRG)0011
Totals (8 nations)10101030


References[edit]

  • Results (Chidlovski.net)
  • Панорама спортивного года 1988 / Сост. Ю. С. Лукашин — М.: Физкультура и спорт, 1989. ‹See Tfd›(in Russian)