[Asian Powerlifting] 3 Silver, 1 Bronze for India
On the second day of Asian Powerlifting Championship on 3rd May held at Kohinoor Hall, Hotel Inder Residency, Udaipur, various events were organized in all the categories.
On the second day of Asian Powerlifting Championship on 3rd May held at Kohinoor Hall, Hotel Inder Residency, Udaipur, various events were organized in all the categories.The results of the day are as follows:
In Women Category:
52 Kg Senior section:
Cho Yi Ju of Taiwan won Gold after lifting 440 kg weight. She demolished her own record of 185 kg by lifting 190 kg in dead-lift and set the new record.
Koyka Anita of Philippines lifted a total of 410 kg weight and succeeded in getting Bronze (Silver). Anita broke her own master-2 record of 377.5 kg and set a new one.
Gulmujhaviya from Turkmenistan lifted 307.5 kg to win the Bronze.
52 Kg Junior section:
Hung Hee Chun of Taiwan lifted 335 kg to win Gold.
Amita, India won Silver by lifting 292.5 kg.
52 Kg Sub-Junior section:
Almira from Uzbekistan won Gold. She lifted 325 kg.
Alyona, Uzbekistan won Bronze, as she lifted 290 kg.
57 kg Senior section:
Khan Aksenia, lifted a total of 427.5 kg to win a Gold.
Sugandhi from India won Silver by lifting a total of 347.5 kg weight.
57 Kg Junior section:
Beetina of Philippines won Gold as she lifted a total weight of 385 kg.
Uma Patel from India bagged Silver by lifting 377.5 kg.
Sirochi Deenova of Uzbekistan grabbed Bronze as she lifted 375 kg in weight.
57 Kg Sub-Junior section:
Chibotriva Yuliya won Gold. She lifted a total weight of 220 kg.
inphoto: Samir Khan of India in action
66 Kg Senior section:
Strong Man of Asia and seven time World Champion, Hashi Tsung Ting of Taiwan bagged Gold by making a new world record of lifting a total of 785 kg weight. He broke his own previous record of lifting 780 kg.
Philines Siyura from Indonesia won Silver.He lifted 640 kg.
Sameer Khan, India lifted 602.5 kg and won Bronze.
66 Kg Junior section:
Ronald Vergis from India grabbed Gold by lifting 592.5 kg.
Al-Jhakwani Omar of Oman won Silver by lifting a total of 577.5 kg.
Ogay Vyachiselv, Turkiministan won Bronze by lifting a sum weight of 570 kg.Vinod Sahu, Joint Organizing Secretary said, “63 Kg and 72 Kg in women and 74 Kg in Men will be held tomorrow. Bhupendra Vyas, an International player will represent India tomorrow in 74 Kg section.” Photos by Sayeed Ahmed