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2010 European Weightlifting Championships

The 2010 European Weightlifting Championships was held in Minsk, Belarus from 2 April to 11 April 2010. It was the 89th edition of the event, which was first staged in 1896.

2010 European Weightlifting Championships on Stamped Postal Envelope of Belarus, 2010

Contents

Medal overviewEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
– 56 kg
Details[permanent dead link]
Snatch   Vitali Dzerbianiou (BLR) 118 kg   Tom Goegebuer (BEL) 116 kg   Iuri Dudoglo (MDA) 115 kg
Clean & Jerk   Smbat Margaryan (ARM) 146 kg EJR   Sedat Artuç (TUR) 139 kg   Tom Goegebuer (BEL) 138 kg
Total   Vitali Dzerbianiou (BLR) 256 kg   Smbat Margaryan (ARM) 255 kg   Tom Goegebuer (BEL) 254 kg
– 62 kg
Details[permanent dead link]
Snatch   Erol Bilgin (TUR) 139 kg   Bünyamin Sezer (TUR) 136 kg   Henadzi Makhveyenia (BLR) 136 kg
Clean & Jerk   Antoniu Buci (ROU) 165 kg   Erol Bilgin (TUR) 165 kg   Oleg Sirghi (MDA) 160 kg
Total   Erol Bilgin (TUR) 304 kg   Antoniu Buci (ROU) 300 kg   Henadzi Makhveyenia (BLR) 291 kg
– 69 kg
Details[permanent dead link]
Snatch   Ninel Miculescu (ROU) 153 kg   Mete Binay (TUR) 149 kg   Mikhail Gobeev (RUS) 148 kg
Clean & Jerk   Ninel Miculescu (ROU) 180 kg   Mikhail Gobeev (RUS) 171 kg   Alexandru Spac (MDA) 168 kg
Total   Ninel Miculescu (ROU) 333 kg   Mikhail Gobeev (RUS) 319 kg   Mete Binay (TUR) 314 kg
– 77 kg
Details[permanent dead link]
Snatch   Tigran Martirosyan (ARM) 165 kg   Krzysztof Szramiak (POL) 160 kg   Samet Keles (TUR) 158 kg
Clean & Jerk   Tigran Martirosyan (ARM) 195 kg   Krzysztof Szramiak (POL) 191 kg   Erkand Qerimaj (ALB) 190 kg
Total   Tigran Martirosyan (ARM) 360 kg   Krzysztof Szramiak (POL) 351 kg   Erkand Qerimaj (ALB) 344 kg
– 85 kg
Details[permanent dead link]
Snatch   Mikalai Novikau (BLR) 171 kg   İzzet İnce (TUR) 170 kg   Ara Khachatryan (ARM) 165 kg
Clean & Jerk   Gevorik Poghosyan (ARM) 204 kg   Ara Khachatryan (ARM) 203 kg   Yuriy Chykyda (UKR) 197 kg
Total   Gevorik Poghosyan (ARM) 369 kg   Ara Khachatryan (ARM) 368 kg   Mikalai Novikau (BLR) 367 kg
– 94 kg
Details[permanent dead link]
Snatch   Artem Ivanov (UKR) 180 kg   Arsen Kasabiev (POL) 176 kg   Evgheni Bratan (MDA) 170 kg
Clean & Jerk   Arsen Kasabiev (POL) 216 kg   Antolii Ciricu (MDA) 208 kg   Arkadiusz Michalski (POL) 205 kg
Total   Arsen Kasabiev (POL) 392 kg   Artem Ivanov (UKR) 383 kg   Antolii Ciricu (MDA) 376 kg
– 105 kg
Details[permanent dead link]
Snatch   Vladimir Smorchkov (RUS) 193 kg   Dmitry Klokov (RUS) 185 kg   Mykola Hordiychuk (UKR) 180 kg
Clean & Jerk   Dmitry Klokov (RUS) 224 kg   Oleksiy Torokhtiy (UKR) 221 kg   Artur Babayan (ARM) 216 kg
Total   Dmitry Klokov (RUS) 409 kg   Vladimir Smorchkov (RUS) 408 kg   Oleksiy Torokhtiy (UKR) 396 kg
+105 kg
Details
Snatch   Evgeny Chigishev (RUS) 205 kg   Ruben Aleksanyan (ARM) 195 kg   Almir Velagic (GER) 190 kg
Clean & Jerk   Ruben Aleksanyan (ARM) 237 kg   Matthias Steiner (GER) 236 kg   Evgeny Chigishev (RUS) 235 kg
Total   Evgeny Chigishev (RUS) 440 kg   Ruben Aleksanyan (ARM) 432 kg   Matthias Steiner (GER) 426 kg

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
– 48 kg
Details[permanent dead link]
Snatch   Nurcan Taylan (TUR) 90 kg   Marzena Karpińska (POL) 83 kg   Genny Pagliaro (ITA) 79 kg
Clean & Jerk   Nurcan Taylan (TUR) 118 kg ER   Marzena Karpińska (POL) 96 kg   Şaziye Okur (TUR) 95 kg
Total   Nurcan Taylan (TUR) 208 kg   Marzena Karpińska (POL) 179 kg   Şaziye Okur (TUR) 173 kg
– 53 kg
Details[permanent dead link]
Snatch   Aylin Daşdelen (TUR) 88 kg   Valiantsi Liakhavets (BLR) 87 kg   Boyanka Kostova (BUL) 87 kg
Clean & Jerk   Aylin Daşdelen (TUR) 120 kg ER   Boyanka Kostova (BUL) 112 kg   Valiantsi Liakhavets (BLR) 111 kg
Total   Aylin Daşdelen (TUR) 208 kg   Boyanka Kostova (BUL) 199 kg   Valiantsi Liakhavets (BLR) 198 kg
– 58 kg
Details
Snatch   Nastassia Novikava (BLR) 105 kg   Romela Begaj (ALB) 96 kg   Marieta Gotfryd (POL) 96 kg
Clean & Jerk   Nastassia Novikava (BLR) 133 kg   Romela Begaj (ALB) 111 kg   Marieta Gotfryd (POL) 110 kg
Total   Nastassia Novikava (BLR) 238 kg   Romela Begaj (ALB) 207 kg   Marieta Gotfryd (POL) 206 kg
– 63 kg
Details[permanent dead link]
Snatch   Svetlana Tsarukaeva (RUS) 114 kg   Sibel Şimşek (TUR) 110 kg   Marina Shainova (RUS) 100 kg
Clean & Jerk   Sibel Şimşek (TUR) 134 kg   Svetlana Tsarukaeva (RUS) 130 kg   Roxana Cocoș (ROU) 130 kg
Total   Sibel Şimşek (TUR) 244 kg   Svetlana Tsarukaeva (RUS) 244 kg   Roxana Cocoș (ROU) 229 kg
– 69 kg
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Snatch   Oxana Slivenko (RUS) 117 kg   Meline Daluzyan (ARM) 115 kg   Yuliya Artemova (UKR) 111 kg
Clean & Jerk   Oxana Slivenko (RUS) 145 kg   Meline Daluzyan (ARM) 145 kg   Yuliya Artemova (UKR) 131 kg
Total   Oxana Slivenko (RUS) 262 kg   Meline Daluzyan (ARM) 260 kg   Yuliya Artemova (UKR) 242 kg
– 75 kg
Details[permanent dead link]
Snatch   Natalya Zabolotnaya (RUS) 129 kg   Nadezhda Evstyukhina (RUS) 127 kg   Hripsime Khurshudyan (ARM) 122 kg
Clean & Jerk   Natalya Zabolotnaya (RUS) 156 kg   Nadezhda Evstyukhina (RUS) 155 kg   Hripsime Khurshudyan (ARM) 151 kg
Total   Natalya Zabolotnaya (RUS) 285 kg   Nadezhda Evstyukhina (RUS) 282 kg   Hripsime Khurshudyan (ARM) 273 kg
+75 kg
Details
Snatch   Tatiana Kashirina (RUS) 135 kg   Olha Korobka (UKR) 123 kg   Ümmühan Gürçay (TUR) 117 kg
Clean & Jerk   Tatiana Kashirina (RUS) 162 kg   Olha Korobka (UKR) 150 kg   Volha Kniazhyshcha (BLR) 141 kg
Total   Tatiana Kashirina (RUS) 297 kg   Olha Korobka (UKR) 273 kg   Volha Kniazhyshcha (BLR) 257 kg

Doping casesEdit

[1]

  • Mikalai Cherniak from Belarus who won silver medal in snatch and bronze medal in total at the men's 77 kg category, tested positive after the competition.[2]
  • Rovshan Fatullayev from Azerbaijan who won 2 silver medals in the men's 94 kg (c&j and total) and a bronze medal in snatch, tested positive after the competition.[1]
  • Andrei Aramnau from Belarus who won 3 gold medal in all discipline at the men's 105 kg category, tested positive after the competition.[2]
  • Boyan Poleyanov from Bulgaria who originally finished 8th in snatch, 7th in c&j and 7th in total at the men's +105 kg category, tested positive after the competition.[2]

WomenEdit

  • Marina Ohman from Israel who originally finished 7th in snatch, 10th in c&j and 10th in total at the women's 63 kg category, tested positive after the competition.[2]
  • Shemshat Tuliayeva from Belarus who won 2 bronze medals at the women's 69 kg (snatch and total), tested positive after the competition.[2]

Medals tablesEdit

Ranking by all medals: "Big" (Total result) and "Small" (Snatch and Clean&Jerk)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia (RUS)159327
2  Turkey (TUR)106521
3  Armenia (ARM)78520
4  Belarus (BLR)61714
5  Romania (ROU)4127
6  Poland (POL)27413
7  Ukraine (UKR)15612
8  Albania (ALB)0325
9  Bulgaria (BUL)0213
10  Moldova (MDA)0156
11  Belgium (BEL)0123
  Germany (GER)0123
13  Italy (ITA)0011
Totals (13 nations)454545135

Ranking by "Big" (Total result) medals

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia (RUS)5409
2  Turkey (TUR)4026
3  Armenia (ARM)2417
4  Belarus (BLR)2046
5  Poland (POL)1214
6  Romania (ROU)1113
7  Ukraine (UKR)0224
8  Albania (ALB)0112
9  Bulgaria (BUL)0101
10  Belgium (BEL)0011
  Germany (GER)0011
  Moldova (MDA)0011
Totals (12 nations)15151545

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Azerbaijani weightlifters disqualified for 4 years". news.am. 19 November 2010. Retrieved 30 January 2018.
  2. ^ a b c d e "STATUS REPORT 2010 by COUNTRY" (PDF). polska-sztanga.pl. 10 November 2010. Retrieved 31 January 2018.

Official Results of Minsk 2010 - European Weightlifting Federation

External linksEdit