2009 European Weightlifting Championships

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The 2009 European Weightlifting Championships were held in Bucharest, Romania from 3 April to 12 April 2009. It was the 88th edition of the event, which was first staged in 1896.

Medal overview[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
– 56 kg
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Snatch Belgium Tom Goegebuer 115 kg Turkey Sedat Artuç 110 kg Moldova Igor Grabucea 110 kg
Clean & Jerk Italy Vito Dellino 138 kg Belgium Tom Goegebuer 137 kg Moldova Igor Grabucea 136 kg
Total Belgium Tom Goegebuer 252 kg Italy Vito Dellino 247 kg Moldova Igor Grabucea 246 kg
– 62 kg
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Snatch Turkey Erol Bilgin 133 kg Cyprus Dimitris Minasidis 127 kg Azerbaijan Zulfugar Suleymanov 125 kg
Clean & Jerk Turkey Erol Bilgin 160 kg Azerbaijan Zulfugar Suleymanov 160 kg Cyprus Dimitris Minasidis 157 kg
Total Turkey Erol Bilgin 293 kg Azerbaijan Zulfugar Suleymanov 285 kg Cyprus Dimitris Minasidis 284 kg
– 69 kg
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Snatch Armenia Arakel Mirzoyan 151 kg Romania Ninel Miculescu 150 kg France Vencelas Dabaya 147 kg
Clean & Jerk France Vencelas Dabaya 186 kg Armenia Arakel Mirzoyan 185 kg Russia Vladislav Lukanin 183 kg
Total Armenia Arakel Mirzoyan 336 kg France Vencelas Dabaya 333 kg Russia Vladislav Lukanin 330 kg
– 77 kg
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Snatch Russia Dmitry Ivanenko 156 kg Belarus Mikalai Cherniak 155 kg Slovakia Victor Guman 155 kg
Clean & Jerk Albania Erkand Qerimaj 190 kg Belarus Mikalai Cherniak 189 kg Poland Piotr Chrusciewicz 189 kg
Total Belarus Mikalai Cherniak 344 kg Albania Erkand Qerimaj 342 kg Russia Dmitry Ivanenko 341 kg
– 85 kg
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Snatch Azerbaijan Intigam Zairov 168 kg Poland Adrian Zielinski 167 kg Belarus Mikalai Novikau 166 kg
Clean & Jerk Russia Alexey Yufkin 205 kg France Benjamin Hennequin 204 kg Belarus Mikalai Novikau 201 kg
Total Russia Alexey Yufkin 369 kg Azerbaijan Intigam Zairov 368 kg Belarus Mikalai Novikau 367 kg
– 94 kg
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Snatch Ukraine Artem Ivanov 182 kg Germany Jürgen Spieß 178 kg Greece Nikos Kourtidis 175 kg
Clean & Jerk Germany Jürgen Spieß 212 kg Greece Nikos Kourtidis 210 kg Russia Andrey Demanov 210 kg
Total Germany Jürgen Spieß 390 kg Greece Nikos Kourtidis 385 kg Russia Andrey Demanov 380 kg
– 105 kg
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Snatch Russia Vladimir Smorchkov 190 kg Russia Roman Konstantinov 183 kg Lithuania Ramūnas Vyšniauskas 182 kg
Clean & Jerk Ukraine Oleksiy Torokhtiy 224 kg Lithuania Ramūnas Vyšniauskas 223 kg Russia Vladimir Smorchkov 221 kg
Total Russia Vladimir Smorchkov 411 kg Ukraine Oleksiy Torokhtiy 405 kg Lithuania Ramūnas Vyšniauskas 405 kg
+ 105 kg
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Snatch Ukraine Ihor Shymechko 203 kg Russia Evgeny Pisarev 193 kg Germany Almir Velagic 190 kg
Clean & Jerk Ukraine Ihor Shymechko 230 kg Poland Grzegorz Kleszcz 229 kg Germany Almir Velagic 228 kg
Total Ukraine Ihor Shymechko 433 kg Germany Almir Velagic 418 kg Russia Evgeny Pisarev 418 kg

Women's events[edit]

Event: Gold: Result Silver: Result Bronze: Result
48 kg
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Nurcan Taylan
 Turkey
196 (88+108) Cristina Iovu
 Moldova
171 (75+96) Marzena Karpińska
 Poland
170 (78+92)
53 kg
Report
Natalia Trotsenko
 Ukraine
192 (87+105) Aylin Daşdelen
 Turkey
187 (82+105) Emine Bilgin
 Turkey
186 (83+103)
58 kg
Report
Nastassia Novikava
 Belarus
216 (96+120) Yuliya Kalina
 Ukraine
212 (95+117) Romela Begaj
 Albania
207 (96+111)
63 kg
Report
Sibel Şimşek
 Turkey
236 (108+128) Ruth Kasirye
 Norway
231 (107+124) Svetlana Tsarukaeva
 Russia
231 (103+128)
69 kg
Report
Oxana Slivenko
 Russia
255 (115+140) Nazik Avdalyan
 Armenia
245 (110+135) Tatiana Matveeva
 Russia
239 (102+137)
75 kg
Report
Natalya Zabolotnaya
 Russia
265 (120+145) Hripsime Khurshudyan
 Armenia
253 (116+137) Lidia Valentín
 Spain
252 (120+132)
+75 kg
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Tatiana Kashirina
 Russia
280 (125+155) Natalia Gagarina
 Russia
253 (110+143) Yuliya Dovhal
 Ukraine
252 (111+141)

Medals tables[edit]

Ranking by "Big" (Total result) medals

Place Nation 1st, gold medalist(s) 2nd, silver medalist(s) 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Total
1  Russia 5 1 6 12
2  Turkey 3 1 1 5
3  Ukraine 2 2 1 4
4  Belarus 2 0 1 3
5  Armenia 1 2 0 3
6  Germany 1 1 0 2
7  Belgium 1 0 0 1
8  Azerbaijan 0 2 0 2
9  Albania 0 1 1 2
9  Moldova 0 1 1 2
11  France 0 1 0 1
11  Greece 0 1 0 1
11  Italy 0 1 0 1
11  Norway 0 1 0 1
15  Cyprus 0 0 1 1
15  Lithuania 0 0 1 1
15  Poland 0 0 1 1
15  Spain 0 0 1 1

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