List of European records in Olympic weightlifting

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The following are the European records in Olympic weightlifting. Records are maintained in each weight class for the snatch lift, clean and jerk lift, and the total for both lifts by the European Weightlifting Federation (EWF).

Current records[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Record Athlete Nation Date Meet Place Ref
56 kg
Snatch 138 kg Halil Mutlu  Turkey 4 November 2001 World Championships Turkey Antalya, Turkey
Clean & Jerk 168 kg Halil Mutlu  Turkey 24 April 2001 European Championships Slovakia Trenčín, Slovakia
Total 305 kg Halil Mutlu  Turkey 16 September 2000 Olympic Games Australia Sydney, Australia
62 kg
Snatch 150 kg Nikolaj Pešalov  Croatia 17 September 2000 Olympic Games Australia Sydney, Australia
Clean & Jerk 181 kg Gennady Oleshchuk  Belarus 5 November 2001 World Championships Turkey Antalya, Turkey
Total 325 kg Nikolaj Pešalov  Croatia 26 April 2000 European Championships Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
69 kg
Snatch 165 kg Georgi Markov  Bulgaria 20 September 2000 Olympic Games Australia Sydney, Australia [1]
Clean & Jerk 196 kg Galabin Boevski  Bulgaria 20 September 2000 Olympic Games Australia Sydney, Australia
Total 357 kg Galabin Boevski  Bulgaria 24 November 1999 World Championships Greece Athens, Greece
77 kg
Snatch 174 kg Andranik Karapetyan  Armenia 10 August 2016 Olympic Games Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [1]
Clean & Jerk 210 kg Oleg Perepetchenov  Russia 27 April 2001 European Championships Slovakia Trenčín, Slovakia [2]
Total 377 kg Plamen Zhelyazkov  Bulgaria 27 March 2002 Qatar Doha, Qatar
85 kg
Snatch 187 kg Andrei Rybakou  Belarus 22 September 2007 World Championships Thailand Chiang Mai, Thailand [3]
Clean & Jerk 217 kg Zlatan Vanev  Bulgaria 23 November 2002 World Championships Poland Warsaw, Poland
Total 394 kg Andrei Rybakou  Belarus 15 August 2008 Olympic Games China Beijing, China [4]
94 kg
Snatch 188 kg Akakios Kakiasvilis  Greece 27 November 1999 World Championships Greece Athens, Greece
Clean & Jerk 232 kg Szymon Kołecki  Poland 29 April 2000 European Championships Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria [5]
Total 412 kg Akakios Kakiasvilis  Greece 27 November 1999 World Championships Greece Athens, Greece
105 kg
Snatch 200 kg Andrei Aramnau  Belarus 18 August 2008 Olympic Games China Beijing, China [6]
Clean & Jerk 242 kg David Bedzhanyan  Russia 1 August 2015 Russian Championships Russia Stary Oskol, Russia [2]
Total 436 kg Andrei Aramnau  Belarus 18 August 2008 Olympic Games China Beijing, China [7]
+105 kg
Snatch 217 kg Lasha Talakhadze  Georgia 8 April 2017 European Championships Croatia Split, Croatia [3]
Clean & Jerk 260 kg Ronny Weller  Germany 3 May 1998 European Championships Germany Riesa, Germany
Total 473 kg Lasha Talakhadze  Georgia 16 August 2016 Olympic Games Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [4]

Women[edit]

Event Record Athlete Nation Date Meet Place Ref
48 kg
Snatch 97 kg Nurcan Taylan  Turkey 14 August 2004 Olympic Games Greece Athens, Greece
Clean & Jerk 121 kg Nurcan Taylan  Turkey 17 September 2010 World Championships Turkey Antalya, Turkey
Total 214 kg Nurcan Taylan  Turkey 17 September 2010 World Championships Turkey Antalya, Turkey
53 kg
Snatch 99 kg Cristina Iovu  Moldova 29 July 2012 Olympic Games United Kingdom London, Great Britain
Clean & Jerk 126 kg Aylin Daşdelen  Turkey 6 November 2011 World Championships France Paris, France
Total 219 kg Aylin Daşdelen  Turkey 6 November 2011 World Championships France Paris, France
58 kg
Snatch 112 kg Boyanka Kostova  Azerbaijan 23 November 2015 World Championships United States Houston, United States [5]
Clean & Jerk 140 kg Boyanka Kostova  Azerbaijan 23 November 2015 World Championships United States Houston, United States [6]
Total 252 kg Boyanka Kostova  Azerbaijan 23 November 2015 World Championships United States Houston, United States [7]
63 kg
Snatch 117 kg Svetlana Tsarukayeva  Russia 8 November 2011 World Championships France Paris, France
Clean & Jerk 141 kg Svetlana Shimkova  Russia 3 May 2006 European Championships Poland Władysławowo, Poland
Total 255 kg Svetlana Tsarukayeva  Russia 8 November 2011 World Championships France Paris, France
69 kg
Snatch 123 kg Oksana Slivenko  Russia 4 October 2006 World Championships Dominican Republic Santo Dom., Dominican
Clean & Jerk 157 kg Zarema Kasayeva  Russia 13 November 2005 World Championships Qatar Doha, Qatar
Total 276 kg Oksana Slivenko  Russia 24 September 2007 World Championships Thailand Chiang Mai, Thailand
75 kg
Snatch 135 kg Natalia Zabolotnaya  Russia 17 December 2011 President's Cup Russia Belgorod, Russia
Clean & Jerk 163 kg Nadezhda Yevstyukhina  Russia 10 November 2011 World Championships France Paris, France
Total 296 kg Natalia Zabolotnaya  Russia 17 December 2011 President's Cup Russia Belgorod, Russia
90 kg
Snatch 110 kg Valentyna Kisil  Ukraine 7 April 2017 European Championships Croatia Split, Croatia [8]
Clean and jerk 132 kg Diana Mstieva  Russia 7 April 2017 European Championships Croatia Split, Croatia [9]
Total 241 kg Diana Mstieva  Russia 7 April 2017 European Championships Croatia Split, Croatia [10]
+90 kg
Snatch 155 kg Tatiana Kashirina  Russia 16 November 2014 World Championships Kazakhstan Almaty, Kazakhstan [11]
Clean & Jerk 193 kg Tatiana Kashirina  Russia 16 November 2014 World Championships Kazakhstan Almaty, Kazakhstan [12]
Total 348 kg Tatiana Kashirina  Russia 16 November 2014 World Championships Kazakhstan Almaty, Kazakhstan [13]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Men's 77kg Results" (PDF). Rio 2016 official website. 10 August 2016. Retrieved 27 August 2016. 
  2. ^ "Russian Championships 2015 – Men's -105 kg Results" (PDF). FTAR. 1 August 2015. Retrieved 2 August 2015. 
  3. ^ "Men's +105kg Results" (PDF). EWF. 8 April 2017. Retrieved 8 April 2017. 
  4. ^ "Men's +105kg Results" (PDF). Rio 2016 official website. 16 August 2016. Retrieved 17 August 2016. 
  5. ^ "Two more world records as Kostova and 'the new Shi' take the honours". IWF. 24 November 2015. Retrieved 26 November 2015. 
  6. ^ "Two more world records as Kostova and 'the new Shi' take the honours". IWF. 24 November 2015. Retrieved 26 November 2015. 
  7. ^ "Two more world records as Kostova and 'the new Shi' take the honours". IWF. 24 November 2015. Retrieved 26 November 2015. 
  8. ^ "Women's 90kg Results" (PDF). EWF. 7 April 2017. Retrieved 8 April 2017. 
  9. ^ "Women's 90kg Results" (PDF). EWF. 7 April 2017. Retrieved 8 April 2017. 
  10. ^ "Women's 90kg Results" (PDF). EWF. 7 April 2017. Retrieved 8 April 2017. 
  11. ^ "2014 World Weightlifting Championships Results". IWF. 16 November 2014. Retrieved 16 November 2014. 
  12. ^ "2014 World Weightlifting Championships Results". IWF. 16 November 2014. Retrieved 16 November 2014. 
  13. ^ "2014 World Weightlifting Championships Results". IWF. 16 November 2014. Retrieved 16 November 2014. 

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