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2009 European Weightlifting Championships

The 2009 European Weightlifting Championships were held in Bucharest, Romania from 3 April to 12 April 2009. It was the 88th edition of the event, which was first staged in 1896.

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Medal overviewEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
– 56 kg
details
Snatch   Tom Goegebuer 115 kg   Sedat Artuç 110 kg   Igor Grabucea 110 kg
Clean & Jerk   Vito Dellino 138 kg   Tom Goegebuer 137 kg   Igor Grabucea 136 kg
Total   Tom Goegebuer 252 kg   Vito Dellino 247 kg   Igor Grabucea 246 kg
– 62 kg
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Snatch   Erol Bilgin 133 kg   Dimitris Minasidis 127 kg   Zulfugar Suleymanov 125 kg
Clean & Jerk   Erol Bilgin 160 kg   Zulfugar Suleymanov 160 kg   Dimitris Minasidis 157 kg
Total   Erol Bilgin 293 kg   Zulfugar Suleymanov 285 kg   Dimitris Minasidis 284 kg
– 69 kg
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Snatch   Arakel Mirzoyan 151 kg   Ninel Miculescu 150 kg   Vencelas Dabaya 147 kg
Clean & Jerk   Vencelas Dabaya 186 kg   Arakel Mirzoyan 185 kg   Vladislav Lukanin 183 kg
Total   Arakel Mirzoyan 336 kg   Vencelas Dabaya 333 kg   Vladislav Lukanin 330 kg
– 77 kg
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Snatch   Dmitry Ivanenko 156 kg   Mikalai Cherniak 155 kg   Victor Guman 155 kg
Clean & Jerk   Erkand Qerimaj 190 kg   Mikalai Cherniak 189 kg   Piotr Chrusciewicz 189 kg
Total   Mikalai Cherniak 344 kg   Erkand Qerimaj 342 kg   Dmitry Ivanenko 341 kg
– 85 kg
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Snatch   Intigam Zairov 168 kg   Adrian Zielinski 167 kg   Mikalai Novikau 166 kg
Clean & Jerk   Alexey Yufkin 205 kg   Benjamin Hennequin 204 kg   Mikalai Novikau 201 kg
Total   Alexey Yufkin 369 kg   Intigam Zairov 368 kg   Mikalai Novikau 367 kg
– 94 kg
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Snatch   Artem Ivanov 182 kg   Jürgen Spieß 178 kg   Nikos Kourtidis 175 kg
Clean & Jerk   Jürgen Spieß 212 kg   Nikos Kourtidis 210 kg   Andrey Demanov 210 kg
Total   Jürgen Spieß 390 kg   Nikos Kourtidis 385 kg   Andrey Demanov 380 kg
– 105 kg
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Snatch   Vladimir Smorchkov 190 kg   Roman Konstantinov 183 kg   Ramūnas Vyšniauskas 182 kg
Clean & Jerk   Oleksiy Torokhtiy 224 kg   Ramūnas Vyšniauskas 223 kg   Vladimir Smorchkov 221 kg
Total   Vladimir Smorchkov 411 kg   Oleksiy Torokhtiy 405 kg   Ramūnas Vyšniauskas 405 kg
+ 105 kg
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Snatch   Ihor Shymechko 203 kg   Evgeny Pisarev 193 kg   Almir Velagic 190 kg
Clean & Jerk   Ihor Shymechko 230 kg   Grzegorz Kleszcz 229 kg   Almir Velagic 228 kg
Total   Ihor Shymechko 433 kg   Almir Velagic 418 kg   Evgeny Pisarev 418 kg

Women's eventsEdit

Event: Gold: Result Silver: Result Bronze: Result
48 kg
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Nurcan Taylan
  Turkey
196 (88+108) Cristina Iovu
  Moldova
171 (75+96) Marzena Karpińska
  Poland
170 (78+92)
53 kg
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Natalia Trotsenko
  Ukraine
192 (87+105) Aylin Daşdelen
  Turkey
187 (82+105) Emine Bilgin
  Turkey
186 (83+103)
58 kg
Report
Nastassia Novikava
  Belarus
216 (96+120) Yuliya Kalina
  Ukraine
212 (95+117) Romela Begaj
  Albania
207 (96+111)
63 kg
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Sibel Şimşek
  Turkey
236 (108+128) Ruth Kasirye
  Norway
231 (107+124) Svetlana Tsarukaeva
  Russia
231 (103+128)
69 kg
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Oxana Slivenko
  Russia
255 (115+140) Nazik Avdalyan
  Armenia
245 (110+135) Tatiana Matveeva
  Russia
239 (102+137)
75 kg
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Natalya Zabolotnaya
  Russia
265 (120+145) Hripsime Khurshudyan
  Armenia
253 (116+137) Lidia Valentín
  Spain
252 (120+132)
+75 kg
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Tatiana Kashirina
  Russia
280 (125+155) Natalia Gagarina
  Russia
253 (110+143) Yuliya Dovhal
  Ukraine
252 (111+141)

Medals tablesEdit

Ranking by "Big" (Total result) medals

Place Nation       Total
1   Russia 5 1 6 12
2   Turkey 3 1 1 5
3   Ukraine 2 2 1 4
4   Belarus 2 0 1 3
5   Armenia 1 2 0 3
6   Germany 1 1 0 2
7   Belgium 1 0 0 1
8   Azerbaijan 0 2 0 2
9   Albania 0 1 1 2
9   Moldova 0 1 1 2
11   France 0 1 0 1
11   Greece 0 1 0 1
11   Italy 0 1 0 1
11   Norway 0 1 0 1
15   Cyprus 0 0 1 1
15   Lithuania 0 0 1 1
15   Poland 0 0 1 1
15   Spain 0 0 1 1

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