|Disqualified||2008 Beijing||+75 kg|
|2003 Vancouver||+75 kg|
|2006 Santo Domingo||+75 kg|
|2007 Chiang Mai||+75 kg|
|Disqualified||2011 Paris||+75 kg|
|2006 Władysławowo||+75 kg|
|2007 Strasbourg||+75 kg|
|2008 Lignano Sabbiadoro||+75 kg|
|2010 Minsk||+75 kg|
Olha Vasylivna Korobka (Ukrainian: Ольга Василівна Коробка; born December 7, 1985 Bobrovytsia, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union) is a female Ukrainian weightlifter who was the European record holder in the snatch with 133 kg, and in the clean and jerk with 164 kg.
On April 18, 2008, Korobka won her third straight European championship overall title in the women's over 75 kg category by lifting 277 kg in total (127 kg in the snatch, 150 kg in the clean and jerk).
At the 2008 Summer Olympics she initially won the silver medal in the +75 kg category, with a total of 277 kg. At a height of 1.81m (5' 11") and a weight of 167 kg (368 lbs), she was the heaviest female competitor at the Games.
Korobka won silver medal as superweight in the 2010 European Championship, at a bodyweight of 170 kg. (373 lb.). In February 2012, she was banned for four years for doping, being suspended until November 2015. She had failed a drugs test after the 2011 World Weightlifting Championships, where she won three bronze medals.
In 2016, she was stripped of her 2008 Olympic medal after a retest of her doping sample tested positive for steroids.
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