2008 European Weightlifting Championships

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The 2008 European Weightlifting Championships were held in Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy from 11 April to 20 April 2008. It was the 87th edition of the event, which was first staged in 1896.

Men's events[edit]

Event: Gold: Result Silver: Result Bronze: Result
56 kg
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Halil Mutlu
 Turkey
269 (120+149) Tom Goegebuer
 Belgium
244 (111+133) Vladimır Urumov
 Bulgaria
239 (106+133)
62 kg
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Sergey Petrosyan
 Russia
302 (135+167) Erol Bilgin
 Turkey
295 (135+160) Stefan Georgiev
 Bulgaria
278 (123+155)
69 kg
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Tigran G. Martirosyan
 Armenia
346 (158+188) Venceslas Dabaya
 France
333 (145+188) Mehmed Fikretov
 Bulgaria
315 (140+175)
77 kg
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Oleg Perepetchenov
 Russia
362 (164+198) Ara Khachatryan
 Armenia
361 (165+196) Aleksey Yufkin
 Russia
355 (155+200)
85 kg
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Tigran V. Martirosyan
 Armenia
377 (172+205) Vasily Polovnikov
 Russia
373 (168+205) Georgi Markov
 Bulgaria
362 (167+195)
94 kg
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Szymon Kołecki
 Poland
397 (177+220) Andrey Demanov
 Russia
385 (172+213) Mukhamat Sozaev
 Russia
384 (174+210)
105 kg
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Dmitry Berestov
 Russia
410 (190+220) Ramūnas Vyšniauskas
 Lithuania
405 (185+220) Robert Dolega
 Poland
395 (177+218)
+105 kg
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Viktors Ščerbatihs
 Latvia
447 (195+252) Matthias Steiner
 Germany
446 (200+246) Evgeny Chigishev
 Russia
442 (195+247)

Women's events[edit]

Event: Gold: Result Silver: Result Bronze: Result
48 kg
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Nurcan Taylan
 Turkey
196 (87+109) Sibel Özkan
 Turkey
196 (86+110) Genny Pagliaro
 Italy
194 (88+106)
53 kg
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Nataliya Trotsenko
 Ukraine
197 (88+109) Maria de la Puente
 Spain
190 (86+104) Julia Rohde
 Germany
188 (83+105)
58 kg
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Aleksandra Klejnowska
 Poland
212 (91+121) Romela Begaj
 Albania
212 (101+111) Roxana Cocos
 Romania
209 (89+120)
63 kg
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Meline Daluzyan
 Armenia
235 (107+128) Sibel Şimşek
 Turkey
226 (105+121) Milka Maneva
 Bulgaria
223 (100+123)
69 kg
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Nazik Avdalyan
 Armenia
242 (106+136) Tatiana Matveeva
 Russia
239 (103+136) Slaveyka Ruzhinska
 Bulgaria
219 (95+124)
75 kg
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Natalya Zabolotnaya
 Russia
264 (123+141) Lidia Valentín
 Spain
245 (115+130) Yvonne Kranz
 Germany
220 (97+123)
+75 kg
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Olha Korobka
 Ukraine
277 (127+150) Yuliya Dovhal
 Ukraine
258 (118+140) Magdalena Ufnal
 Poland
237 (110+127)

Medals tables[edit]

Ranking by all medals: "Big" (Total result) and "Small" (Snatch and Clean&Jerk)

Rank Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Armenia 13 3 1 17
2  Russia 8 13 8 29
3  Ukraine 6 5 2 13
4  Turkey 5 9 3 17
5  Poland 5 1 4 10
6  Latvia 2 2
7  Germany 1 2 4 7
8  Lithuania 1 2 3
9  Albania 1 1 1 3
9  France 1 1 1 3
11  Italy 1 3 4
12  Spain 4 2 6
13  Bulgaria 2 8 10
14  Belgium 2 1 3
15  Romania 1 2 3
16  Azerbaijan 2 2
17  Norway 1 1
17  Slovakia 1 1

Ranking by "Big" (Total result) medals

Rank Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 4 3 3 10
2  Armenia 4 1 5
3  Turkey 2 3 5
4  Ukraine 2 1 3
5  Poland 2 2 4
6  Latvia 1 1
7  Spain 2 2
8  Germany 1 2 3
9  Albania 1 1
9  Belgium 1 1
9  France 1 1
9  Lithuania 1 1
13  Bulgaria 6 6
14  Italy 1 1
14  Romania 1 1
Total 15 15 15 45

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