1992 European Weightlifting Championships

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The 1992 European Weightlifting Championships were held in Szekszárd, Hungary from April 21 to April 26, 1992. It was the 71st edition of the event. There were a total number of 149 athletes competing, from 30 nations. The women competition were held in Loures, Portugal. It was the 5th event for the women.

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
52 kg
Snatch Traian Cihărean
 Romania
117.5 kg Sevdalin Minchev
 Bulgaria
115.0 kg Halil Mutlu
 Turkey
110.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Sevdalin Minchev
 Bulgaria
140.0 kg Halil Mutlu
 Turkey
137.5 kg Traian Cihărean
 Romania
137.5 kg
Total Sevdalin Minchev
 Bulgaria
255 kg Traian Cihărean
 Romania
255.0 kg Halil Mutlu
 Turkey
247.5 kg
56 kg
Snatch Jacek Gutowski
 Poland
117.5 kg Ivan Ivanov
 Bulgaria
117.5 kg Albert Nassibullin
 Unified Team (UKR)
117.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Ivan Ivanov
 Bulgaria
155.0 kg Albert Nassibullin
 Unified Team (UKR)
155.0 kg Aurel Sîrbu
 Romania
150.0 kg
Total Ivan Ivanov
 Bulgaria
272.5 kg Albert Nassibullin
 Unified Team (UKR)
272.5 kg Aurel Sîrbu
 Romania
265.0 kg
60 kg
Snatch Naim Süleymanoğlu
 Turkey
142.5 kg Sergey Lavrenov
 Unified Team (BLR)
140.0 kg Nikolay Peshalov
 Bulgaria
137.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Nikolay Peshalov
 Bulgaria
175.0 kg Naim Süleymanoğlu
 Turkey
170.0 kg Marco Spanehl
 Germany
160.0 kg
Total Nikolay Peshalov
 Bulgaria
312.5 kg Naim Süleymanoğlu
 Turkey
312.5 kg Sergey Lavrenov
 Unified Team (BLR)
300.0 kg
67.5 kg
Snatch Israel Militosyan
 Unified Team (ARM)
155.0 kg Yoto Yotov
 Bulgaria
152.5 kg Umar Edelkhanov
 Unified Team (RUS)
147.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Yoto Yotov
 Bulgaria
185.0 kg Attila Feri
 Romania
182.5 kg Israel Militosyan
 Unified Team (ARM)
180.0 kg
Total Yoto Yotov
 Bulgaria
337.5 kg Israel Militosyan
 Unified Team (ARM)
335.0 kg Umar Edelkhanov
 Unified Team (RUS)
325.0 kg
75 kg
Snatch Vladimir Kuznetsov
 Unified Team (RUS)
165.0 kg Andrei Socaci
 Romania
160.0 kg Aleksander Zherebkov
 Latvia
157.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Andrei Socaci
 Romania
190.0 kg Vladimir Kuznetsov
 Unified Team (RUS)
190.0 kg Oleg Sadikhov
 Israel
187.5 kg
Total Vladimir Kuznetsov
 Unified Team (RUS)
355.0 kg Andrei Socaci
 Romania
350.0 kg Oleg Sadikhov
 Israel
342.5 kg
82.5 kg
Snatch Ibragim Samadov
 Unified Team (RUS)
165.0 kg Krzysztof Siemion
 Poland
165.0 kg Pyrros Dimas
 Greece
165.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Ibragim Samadov
 Unified Team (RUS)
205.0 kg Krzysztof Siemion
 Poland
202.5 kg Pyrros Dimas
 Greece
202.5 kg
Total Ibragim Samadov
 Unified Team (RUS)
370.0 kg Krzysztof Siemion
 Poland
367.5 kg Pyrros Dimas
 Greece
367.5 kg
90 kg
Snatch Slawomir Zawada
 Poland
180.0 kg Ivan Chakarov
 Bulgaria
175.0 kg Kakhi Kakhiashvili
 Unified Team (GEO)
175.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Kakhi Kakhiashvili
 Unified Team (GEO)
225.0 kg Slawomir Zawada
 Poland
212.5 kg Ivan Chakarov
 Bulgaria
210.0 kg
Total Kakhi Kakhiashvili
 Unified Team (GEO)
400.0 kg Slawomir Zawada
 Poland
392.5 kg Ivan Chakarov
 Bulgaria
385.0 kg
100 kg
Snatch Timur Taymazov
 Unified Team (UKR)
190.0 kg Waldemar Malak
 Poland
182.5 kg Andrei Denisov
 Israel
180.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Timur Taymazov
 Unified Team (UKR)
225.0 kg Andor Szanyi
 Hungary
217.5 kg Francis Tournefier
 France
217.5 kg
Total Timur Taymazov
 Unified Team (UKR)
415.0 kg Waldemar Malak
 Poland
395.0 kg Andor Szanyi
 Hungary
392.5 kg
110 kg
Snatch Igor Kachurin
 Unified Team (RUS)
197.5 kg Yuri Dandik
 Israel
190.0 kg Piotr Banaszak
 Poland
180.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Yuri Dandik
 Israel
217.5 kg Igor Kachurin
 Unified Team (RUS)
217.5 kg Pavlos Saltsidis
 Greece
212.5 kg
Total Igor Kachurin
 Unified Team (RUS)
415.0 kg Yuri Dandik
 Israel
407.5 kg Piotr Banaszak
 Poland
390.0 kg
+110 kg
Snatch Kolio Kolev
 Bulgaria
185.0 kg Erdinç Arslan
 Turkey
175.0 kg Rickard Nilsson
 Sweden
170.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Kolio Kolev
 Bulgaria
225.0 kg Erdinç Arslan
 Turkey
220.0 kg Jiri Zubricky
 Czechoslovakia
212.5 kg
Total Kolio Kolev
 Bulgaria
410.0 kg Erdinç Arslan
 Turkey
395.0 kg Jiri Zubricky
 Czechoslovakia
377.5 kg

Medals tables[edit]

Ranking by Big (Total result) medals

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Unified Team (EUN)5229
2 Bulgaria (BUL)5016
3 Poland (POL)0314
4 Romania (ROU)0213
 Turkey (TUR)0213
6 Israel (ISR)0112
7 Czechoslovakia (TCH)0011
 Greece (GRE)0011
 Hungary (HUN)0011
Totals (9 nations)10101030

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