1995 European Weightlifting Championships

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The 1995 European Weightlifting Championships were held at the Torwar Hall in Warsaw, Poland from May 2 to May 7, 1995. It was the 74th edition of the men's event. There were a total number of 180 athletes competing, from 32 nations.

Medal overview[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
– 54 kg
Snatch Turkey Halil Mutlu 130 kg Bulgaria Ivan Ivanov 120 kg Bulgaria Stefan Georgiev 110 kg
Clean & Jerk Bulgaria Ivan Ivanov 157.5 kg Turkey Halil Mutlu 155 kg Bulgaria Stefan Georgiev 145 kg
Total Turkey Halil Mutlu 285 kg Bulgaria Ivan Ivanov 277.5 kg Bulgaria Stefan Georgiev 260 kg
– 59 kg
Snatch Bulgaria Sevdalin Minchev 137.5 kg Bulgaria Nikolay Peshalov 135 kg Turkey Hafiz Suleymanoglu 135 kg
Clean & Jerk Bulgaria Nikolay Peshalov 170 kg Bulgaria Sevdalin Minchev 165 kg Turkey Hafiz Suleymanoglu 162.5 kg
Total Bulgaria Nikolay Peshalov 305 kg Bulgaria Sevdalin Minchev 302.5 kg Turkey Hafiz Suleymanoglu 297.5 kg
– 64 kg
Snatch Bulgaria Petar Petrov 145 kg Turkey Naim Suleymanoglu 142.5 kg Greece Valerios Leonidis 140 kg
Clean & Jerk Turkey Naim Suleymanoglu 182.5 kg Greece Valerios Leonidis 182.5 kg Greece Giorgios Tzelilis 170 kg
Total Turkey Naim Suleymanoglu 325 kg Greece Valerios Leonidis 322.5 kg Bulgaria Petar Petrov 310 kg
– 70 kg
Snatch Turkey Fedail Guler 157.5 kg Poland Waldemar Kosinski 157.5 kg Bulgaria Radostin Dimitrov 155 kg
Clean & Jerk Turkey Fedail Guler 192.5 kg Hungary Attila Feri 190 kg Poland Waldemar Kosinski 187.5 kg
Total Turkey Fedail Guler 350 kg Poland Waldemar Kosinski 345 kg Hungary Attila Feri 340 kg
– 76 kg
Snatch Belarus Leonid Lobachev 162.5 kg Poland Andrzej Kozlowski 160 kg Armenia Khachatur Kyapanaktsyan 160 kg
Clean & Jerk Poland Andrzej Kozlowski 200 kg Armenia Khachatur Kyapanaktsyan 192.5 kg Poland Miroslaw Chlebosz 190 kg
Total Poland Andrzej Kozlowski 360 kg Armenia Khachatur Kyapanaktsyan 352.5 kg Armenia Hovhannes Barseghyan 350 kg
– 83 kg
Snatch Greece Pyrros Dimas 177.5 kg Poland Andrzej Cofalik 167.5 kg Ukraine Oleksandr Blyshchyk 167.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Greece Pyrros Dimas 210 kg Poland Andrzej Cofalik 205 kg Georgia (country) Bidzina Mikiashvili 205 kg
Total Greece Pyrros Dimas 387.5 kg Poland Andrzej Cofalik 372.5 kg Turkey Dursun Sevinc 365 kg
– 91 kg
Snatch Greece Akakios Kakiasvilis 180 kg Bulgaria Plamen Bratoychev 177.5 kg Armenia Aleksander Karapetyan 172.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Greece Akakios Kakiasvilis 227.5 kg Greece Leonidas Kokas 212.5 kg Turkey Sunay Bulut 212.5 kg
Total Greece Akakios Kakiasvilis 407.5 kg Bulgaria Plamen Bratoychev 387.5 kg Armenia Aleksander Karapetyan 382.5 kg
– 99 kg
Snatch Ukraine Denys Hotfrid 180 kg Belarus Vladimir Yemelyanov 177.5 kg Armenia Aghvan Grigoryan 175 kg
Clean & Jerk Russia Dimitri Smirnov 220 kg Belarus Oleg Chiritso 220 kg Poland Krzysztof Zawadki 220 kg
Total Belarus Oleg Chiritso 395 kg Ukraine Denys Hotfrid 395 kg Poland Krzysztof Zawadki 392.5 kg
– 108 kg
Snatch Russia Sergey Syrtsov 185 kg Georgia (country) Mukhran Gogia 180 kg Armenia Ara Vardanyan 180 kg
Clean & Jerk Poland Daruisz Osuch 227.5 kg Russia Sergey Syrtsov 225 kg Russia Sergey Flerko 222.5 kg
Total Russia Sergey Syrtsov 410 kg Poland Daruisz Osuch 400 kg Russia Sergey Flerko 400 kg
+ 108 kg
Snatch Russia Andrei Chemerkin 190 kg Turkey Erdinç Arslan 185 kg Greece Pavlos Saltsidis 182.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Russia Andrei Chemerkin 252.5 kg Germany Manfred Nerlinger 235 kg Belarus Alexei Krusevich 232.5 kg
Total Russia Andrei Chemerkin 442.5 kg Germany Manfred Nerlinger 417.5 kg Greece Pavlos Saltsidis 412.5 kg

Medals tables[edit]

Ranking by "Big" (Total result) medals

  Host nation

Place Nation 1st, gold medalist(s) 2nd, silver medalist(s) 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Total
1  Turkey 3 0 2 5
2  Greece 2 1 1 4
3  Russia 2 0 1 3
4  Bulgaria 1 3 2 6
5  Poland 1 3 1 5
6  Belarus 1 0 0 1
7  Armenia 0 1 2 3
8  Germany 0 1 0 1
8  Ukraine 0 1 0 1
10  Hungary 0 0 1 1
Total 10 10 10 30

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