North Korea’s Park Myung-jin won silver in the 61kg weightlifting world junior record

Park Myung-jin ranked second after Li Fabin (30, China) in the men’s 61kg weightlifting A group competition at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games held at the Xiaoshan Sports Center in Zhejiang Province on the 1st, lifting 136kg in impressions, 171kg in clean water, and 307kg in total.

In total, he also set a new world junior record, far exceeding 299kg of Tirapong Silachai (Thailand) and 168kg set by Hampton Morris (USA) in Yongsang. 스포츠토토

Park Myung-jin, who made his international debut on the day, pressured Lipavin, the “strongest in the field,” until the end of the game. Lipavin’s total record on the day was 310kg (143kg in impression and 167kg in dragon).

Lipavin is the strongest player in the event, having won the Tokyo Olympics gold medal in the 61kg class and won the world championship three times. Lipavin also holds the world records for this weight class increase (145kg), Yongsang (175kg), and total (318kg).

Lipavin picked up 143kg in the impression, leading Park Myung-jin by 7kg.

However, after succeeding in 167kg in the first period of Yongsang, 171kg in the second and third periods failed in succession.

Park Myung-jin picked up 171kg in the second period of Yongsang, and applied for 175kg in the third period to reverse the total. If successful, it could exceed Lipavin by 1kg in total. However, Park missed Babel and finished second on aggregate.

North Korea’s Kim Choong-guk (24), who participated together, won the bronze medal by 1kg over John Senisa (25, Philippines), who had a total of 297kg (134kg, 163kg), with 121kg of snatch, 177kg of clean and 298kg of clean.

North Korea’s weightlifting team, which returned to the international stage four years after the 2019 World Championships, has won two gold medals, two silver medals and one bronze in three weight classes at the Hangzhou Asian Games.

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