Eko Yuli Irawan
Eko Yuli Irawan (born 24 July 1989) is an Indonesian weightlifter, Olympian, and World Champion competing in the 62 kg category until 2018 and 61 kg starting in 2018 after the International Weightlifting Federation reorganized the categories.
Eko Yuli Irawan after the 2016 Olympics
|Born||24 July 1989|
Metro, Lampung, Indonesia
|Height||1.60 m (5 ft 3 in)|
|Weight||60.95 kg (134 lb)|
|Coached by||Aveenash Pandoo|
In his career he has won three medals at the Summer Olympics, five medals at world championships, and three medals at the Asian Games, including a gold in 2018.
Irawan's father worked as a paddle rickshaw driver, while his mother was selling vegetables. Irawan took up weightlifting in 2000. At the 2006 Junior World Championships he won the silver medal in the 56 kg category, lifting 269 kg in total. At the 2007 Junior World Championships he won the gold medal in the 56 kg category, lifting 273 kg in total.
Irawan won the bronze medal in the 56 kg category at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, lifting 288 kg in total. He won the silver medal in the 62 kg category at the 2009 World Weightlifting Championships, with 315 kg in total. At the 2011 World Championships he won the bronze medal in the 62 kg category, lifting 310 kg in total.
Irawan won his second consecutive Olympic bronze medal in 2012, lifting 317 kg in total. He improved to a silver medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics. He also become world champion in newly created 61 kg category in world weightlifting championsip 2018 in Ashgbat, Turkmenistan, also world record holder in clean & jerk at 174 kg and world record holder in total lift at 317 kg in that category.
|Year||Venue||Weight||Snatch (kg)||Clean & Jerk (kg)||Total||Rank|
|2008||Beijing, China||56 kg||125||130||2||152||158||3||288|
|2012||London, Great Britain||62 kg||138||142||145||2||168||172||3||317|
|2016||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||62 kg||142||2||170||3||312|
|2006||Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic||56 kg||116||9||143||150||7||266||6|
|2007||Chiang Mai, Thailand||56 kg||124||5||154||278|
|2009||Goyang, South Korea||62 kg||135||140||166||171||174||315|
|2010||Antalya, Turkey||62 kg||135||140||5||166||171||172||312||4|
|2011||Paris, France||62 kg||135||139||4||165||171||310|
|2014||Almaty, Kazakhstan||62 kg||136||141||4||165||175||316|
|2015||Houston, United States||62 kg||138||4||166||5||304||4|
|2018||Ashgabat, Turkmenistan||61 kg||137||141||143||165||170||174||317|
|2010||Guangzhou, China||62 kg||137||141||3||170||3||311|
|2014||Incheon, South Korea||62 kg||138||142||4||166||3||308|
|2018||Jakarta, Indonesia||62 kg||137||141||1||165||170||1||311|
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- Eko Yuli Irawan. asiangames2018.id
- PDF listing of 2018 Group A world championship entrants in 61 kg
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- "IRAWAN Eko Yuli". International Weightlifting Federation. Archived from the original on 27 May 2011. Retrieved 16 January 2010.
- "RI titans dominant at Games". The Jakarta Post. 7 August 2008. Retrieved 21 January 2009.