Zabolotnaya in 2012
|Full name||Natalia Aleksandrovna Zabolotnaya|
15 August 1985 |
Salsk, Rostov Oblast, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
|Height||1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)|
|Weight||75 kg (165 lb)|
|Achievements and titles|
|Updated on 22 November 2016.|
Zabolotnaya competed in the women's 75 kg weight class at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens and won the silver medal, lifting 272.5 kg in total. The result qualified as a world record, but it was also achieved by Pawina Thongsuk, who won the competition. Zabolotnaya won a gold medal in the 75 kg weightclass at the 2010 European Championship.
She originally was awarded the silver medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics in the women's 75 kg category with a total of 291 kg. This result was an Olympic record, which was also achieved by Svetlana Podobedova who was awarded a medal the competition by virtue of lighter bodyweight, though Podobedova's medal was also subsequently stripped of her medal due to doping. Zabolotnaya's 131 kg snatch was a (later nullified due to doping-related cheating) Olympic record.
In November 2016, Zabolotnaya was stripped of her 2012 Olympic medal after her drug sample tested positive.
|Year||Venue||Weight||Snatch (kg)||Clean & Jerk (kg)||Total||Rank|
|2004||Athens, Greece||75 kg||120||125||1||142.5||147.5||2||272.5|
|2012||London, United Kingdom||75 kg||125||128||131||1||147||160||2||DSQ (2nd)|
|2005||Doha, Qatar||75 kg||123||127||130||148||155||285|
|2007||Chiang Mai, Thailand||75 kg||124||127||131||150||281|
|2010||Antalya, Turkey||75 kg||128||133||153||160||293|
|2003||Loutraki, Greece||75 kg||102.5||107.5||127.5||132.5||240|
|2006||Wladyslawowo, Poland||75 kg||122||127||145||151||278|
|2008||Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy||75 kg||118||123||135||141||264|
|2009||Bucharest, Romania||75 kg||112||118||120||140||145||--||265|
|2010||Minsk, Belarus||75 kg||122||127||129||150||156||--||285|
|2011||Kazan, Russia||75 kg||128||133||--||153||286|
|World Junior Championships|
|2002||Havirov, Czech Republic||69 kg||95||100||5||110||115||5||215||5|
|IWF GRAND PRIX|
|2011||Belgorod, Russia||75 kg||125||135||1||150||161||1||296|
- "London 2012: Yuliya Zaripova among 12 disqualified after retests". bbc.com. 21 November 2016. Retrieved 22 November 2016.
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- IWF Profile
- IWRP Profile
- Evans, Hilary; Gjerde, Arild; Heijmans, Jeroen; Mallon, Bill. "Natalia Zabolotnaya". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC.
- Profile on 2012 London Olympics Website
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