4th Day in the name of Indian Women

4th Day in the name of Indian Women

in photo: Pooja Kohi (India) The 4th day at the Asian Powerlifting Championship 2012 on May 5th witnessed four Asian records among the 13 new Championship records at Kohinoor Hall of the Hotel Inder Residency. The women participants created 13 new championship records by giving phenomenal performances. India bagged 1Gold, 4 Silver and 1 Bronze […]

 

4th Day in the name of Indian Womenin photo: Pooja Kohi (India)

The 4 th day at the Asian Powerlifting Championship 2012 on May 5 th witnessed four Asian records among the 13 new Championship records at Kohinoor Hall of the Hotel Inder Residency. The women participants created 13 new championship records by giving phenomenal performances. India bagged 1Gold, 4 Silver and 1 Bronze medal today. With utmost confidence, that can only befit her, Vijyanaar brought laurels to India when she secured Gold in the 84 kg Women’s Master category by lifting 207.5kg. Vinod Sahu, Joint Organizing Secretary informed that Shrirahiya from Indonesia won a Gold Medal dyby lifting a total of 567.5 kg and creating four Asian records. In the 84 kg Junior Section, she grabbed 232.5 kg, breaking the record lift of 230 kg in the Squat section. In the Bench Press section, she lifted 127.5 kg to beat the record of 125kg ,whereas in the Dead Lift, she beat the previous record of 205 kg by lifting 207.5 kg. In total, she lifted 567.5 kg beating the record of 520 kg. He added that in the same category, Pooja Kohli of India won the Silver medal by lifting 345 Kg and the Bronze was awarded to Almira of Uzbekistan, as she lifted 332.5 Kg. 4th Day in the name of Indian Women 84 Kg Women Senior Category In the senior category Valiria of Kazakhstan won the Gold medal when she lifted 538.5 kg overall weight. She also created a new record in Dead Lift as she lifted 216 kg; the past highest lift was 210kg by Chung Ja Wyhn of Taiwan. Hung Min Chu received a Silver medal for lifting 507.5 overall and the Bronze was awarded to Aparna Ghate for a lift of 450 kg. Plus 84 Kg Women Sub-Junior Hung Ting of Taiwan broke her past record lift of 240 kg in the Squat round; while overall she lifted 520 kg and won Gold for her country. Haiminta of India won the Silver by lifting 200 kg in this category.   84 Kg Women Junior Chin Ji Wyhn of Taiwan has created 4 new records in the category and was awarded with gold. She lifted 252.5 kg in the Squat round; the past record was 250 kg. In the Bench Press round she lifted 142.5 kg and broke the past record of 137.5 kg, while in Dead Lift round she lifted 177.5 kg to break the past record of 170 kg. Imova of Kazakhstan received silver in a lift of 472.5 kg and Neha of India got bronze by lifting 395 kg. More than 84 Women Senior Chung Ja Wyhn of Taiwan have made three new records in the category and won gold medal where she lifted 265 kg in Squat round to break the past record of 245 kg; in Dead Lift 230 kg to break the past record of 215 kg and over all she lifted 625 kg to challenge her own last record of 590 kg. Elina of Kazakhstan received Silver in which she lifted 552.5 kg and the Bronze was given to Rini Moussiri of Indonesia for a lift of 552.5 kg.   Men’s Section 83 Kg Sub-Junior section: Jang Yu Si of Taiwan won Gold by lifting 727.5 kg. Yusuf Omid from Afghanistan bagged Silver for lifting 655 kg. Ashwin of India won Bronze as he lifted 485 kg. 83 Kg Junior section: Plaetonov of Kazakhstan lifted 760 kg to win Gold. Gurbanov from Turkministan got Silver for lifting 672.5 kg. Al-Adani Salim of Oman was awarded with Bronze as he lifted 660 kg.   83 Kg Senior: Turkanov of Kazakhstan won Gold for lifting 862.5 kg. Almirdinova from Kazakhstan lifted 800 kg to bag Silver. Shobirdiv from Uzbekistan got Bronze for lifting 787.5 kg.   83 Kg Master – 2nd Section: India bagged a Gold medal and a Silver medal as Surendra Singh got First lifting 480 kg and Sudesh Baghmare lifted 455 Kg to fetch the second position. Chu Yu Valiyat from Hong Kong won Bronze for lifting 392.5 kg. 83 Kg Master – 3rd Section: Golokin Victor of Kazakhstan won Gold for lifting 570 kg. Pandoli Nasir of India won Silver for lifting 465 kg. “On May6, 2012, the 93 kg and 105 kg Men Category sessions would be conducted. Today’s awards were distributed by the Chief Guests, Lal Singh Jhala, Dinesh Mehta, Kishan Wadhwani and Devendra Meena”, said Vinod Sahu.  

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