Park Joo-hyo Wins Silver Medal in Weightlifting

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Park Joo-hyo (26, Goyang City Hall) won a silver medal in the men's 73kg clean and jerk at the World Weightlifting Championships.

Park Joo-hyo Wins Silver Medal in Men's 73kg Clean and Jerk at World Weightlifting Championships

 

 

In total, he failed to win a medal by 4kg.

 

Park Joo-hyo (26, Goyang City Hall) won a silver medal in the men's 73kg clean and jerk at the World Weightlifting Championships. 바카라사이트

 

Park Joo-hyo lifted 143kg in snatch, 187kg in clean and jerk, and 330kg in total in the men's 73kg class at the 2023 World Weightlifting Championships held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on the 10th (Korean time).

 

Although he only ranked 17th in the snatch, he ranked 2nd in the clean and jerk.

 

In the all-important total, he finished 9th and failed to win a medal.

 

At the Olympics and Asian Games, medals are awarded only for totals, but at the World Championships, medals are awarded for snatch, clean and jerk, and total.

 

At last year's World Championships, Park Joo-hyo, who failed repeatedly in the first to third rounds of the snatch and withdrew from the clean and jerk, won her first individual World Championships medal in Riyadh this year.

 

This is the second medal for Korean weightlifters in this competition, following the bronze medal won by Lee Sang-yeon (28, Suwon City Hall) in the men's 67 kg clean and jerk.

 

Park Joo-hyo, who recently appeared on an entertainment program and attracted attention for her 'singing ability', won a medal for her 'skill' at the Riyadh World Championships.

 

There was some disappointment in the third period of the clean and jerk.

 

After lifting both 180kg and 187kg in the first and second rounds of the clean and jerk, Park Joo-hyo applied for 192kg in the third period.

 

It was a challenge with the total medal in mind.

 

However, unfortunately, I missed the barbell in the third period.

 

After completing the World Championships, Park Joo-hyo is now preparing for the Hangzhou Asian Games.

 

The record of Muhammed Furkan Özbek (Turkiye), who ranked 3rd in total, was 334 kg (147 kg in snatch, 187 kg in jerk and jerk), 4 kg different from Joo-hyo Park.

 

Wiraporn Wichama (19, Thailand) won the championship in this weight class.

 

Wichama was pushed back by Wei Yingting (25, China), who weighed 157kg, in the snatch at 154kg, but in the clean and jerk, he lifted 195kg and was significantly ahead of Wei Yinting, who only weighed 180kg.

 

Wichama totaled 349kg, beating Wei Yinting with 337kg.

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