2022 IWF Junior World Weightlifting Championships Results

The 2022 IWF Junior World Championships have come to a close. The contest opened on May 2 and closed on May 10 in Heraklion, Greece and saw multiple Junior world records fall.

Hampton Morris in the 61-kilogram class hit a Junior world record clean & jerk of 160 kilograms (352.7 pounds). Rizki Juniansyah scored a new Junior world record snatch at 73-kilograms by locking out 156 kilograms (344 pounds). In the heavier weight categories, Bohdan Hoza hit a 195-kilogram (430-pound) snatch Junior world record in the 109-kilogram class, and Alireza Yousefi clean & jerked a new Junior world record of 239 kilograms (527 pounds) in the +109-kilogram division.

Below are the full results from the 2022 IWF Junior World Championships.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Índice
  1. 2022 IWF Junior World Championships Results
    1. 45KG
    2. 49KG
    3. 55KG
    4. 59KG
    5. 64KG
    6. 71KG
    7. 76KG
    8. 81KG
    9. 87KG
    10. +87KG
    11. 55KG
    12. 61KG
    13. 67KG
    14. 73KG
    15. 81KG
    16. 89KG
    17. 96KG
    18. 102KG
    19. 109KG
    20. +109KG
  2. Medal Table
    1. Gold
    2. Silver
    3. Bronze

2022 IWF Junior World Championships Results

Below are the results for the women’s weight categories. Note that these values reflect the athlete’s Total, which combines their best snatch with their best clean & jerk to ultimately determine podium placement. 

45KG

  1. Sharad Garud Harshada (IND) — 153 kilograms
  2. Cansu Bektas (TUR) — 150 kilograms
  3. Teodora-Luminita Hincu (MDA) — 149 kilograms

49KG

  1. Windy Cantika Aisah (INA) — 185 kilograms
  2. Gyaneshawari Yadav (IND) — 156 kilograms
  3. V Rithika (IND) — 150 kilograms

55KG

  1. Nina Sterckx (BEL) — 204 kilograms
  2. Svitlana Samuliak (UKR) — 192 kilograms
  3. Jamila Panfilova (UZB) — 186 kilograms

59KG

  1. Daphne Guillen Vazquez (MEX) — 203 kilograms
  2. Katherine Estep (USA) — 200 kilograms
  3. Tatiana Mosquera Caceres Karen (COL) — 199 kilograms

64KG

  1. Julieth Alejandra Rodriguesz Quintero (COL) — 221 kilograms
  2. Queysi Julissa Rojas Gonzalez (MEX) — 215 kilograms 
  3. Marie Mantaropoulos (FRA) — 204 kilograms

71KG

  1. Neama Said Fahmi Said (EGY) — 237 kilograms
  2. Olivia Lynn Reeves (USA) — 236 kilograms
  3. Mariana Garcia Gomez (MEX) — 222 kilograms

76KG

  1. Bella Nancy Paredes Arreaga (ECU) — 235 kilograms
  2. Daniela Ivanova (LAT) — 222 kilograms
  3. Duangkamon Khongthong (THA) — 221 kilograms

81KG

  1. Dilara Narin (TUR) — 230 kilograms
  2. Emmy Lizette Gonzalez Velazquez (MEX) — 227 kilograms
  3. Fatma Mohamed Sadek (EGY) — 221 kilograms

87KG

  1. Tursunoy Jabborova (UZB) — 238 kilograms
  2. Elizabeth Caridad Reyes Entenza (CUB) — 226 kilograms 
  3. Avery Elizabeth Owens (USA) — 222 kilograms

+87KG

  1. Hyejeong Park (KOR) — 281 kilograms
  2. Hyoeon Kim (KOR) — 253 kilograms
  3. Aisamal Sansyzbayeva (KAZ) — 252 kilograms

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Below are the results for the men’s weight categories:

55KG

  1. Garnik Cholakyan (ARM) — 240 kilograms
  2. Jose Manuel Poox Peralta (MEX) — 234 kilograms
  3. Mustafa Erdogan (TUR) — 228 kilograms

61KG

  1. Hampton Miller Morris (USA) — 276 kilograms
  2. Kaan Kahriman (TUR) — 269 kilograms
  3. Solis Daniel Stiven Caicedo (COL) — 267 kilograms

67KG

  1. Weeraphon Wichuma (THA) — 311 kilograms
  2. Fehmi Yusuf Genc (TUR) — 307 kilograms
  3. Gor Sahakyan (ARM) — 302 kilograms

73KG

  1. Rizki Juniansyah (IND) — 341 kilograms
  2. Alexey Churkin (KAZ) — 329 kilograms
  3. Ryan Henry Grimsland (USA) — 327 kilograms

81KG

  1. Hakan Kurnaz (TUR) — 324 kilograms
  2. Mahmoud Hosny Elsayed (EGY) — 324 kilograms
  3. Saba Asanidze (GEO) — 324 kilograms

89KG

  1. Maksym Dombrovskyi (UKR) — 345 kilograms
  2. Suren Grigoryan (ARM) — 340 kilograms
  3. Mahmoud Gamal Mohamed Abdelaziz (EGY) — 339 kilograms

96KG

  1. Garik Karapetyan (ARM) — 370 kilograms
  2. Tudor Bratu (MDA) — 364 kilograms
  3. Yasser Usama Hemdan (EGY) — 359 kilograms

102KG

  1. Sharofiddin Amriddinov (UZB) — 372 kilograms
  2. Petros Petrosyan (ARM) — 363 kilograms
  3. Hamada Mohammed K.H. (PLE) — 361 kilograms

109KG

  1. Bohdan Hoza (UKR) — 410 kilograms
  2. Ammar Rubaiawi Ali (IRQ) — 359 kilograms
  3. Fernando Bonnila Granja Arley (COL) — 355 kilograms

+109KG

  1. Alireza Yousefi (IRI) — 416 kilograms
  2. Mirkhosil Mirzabaev (UZB) — 388 kilograms
  3. Bohdan Taranenko (UKR) — 374 kilograms

Medal Table

Below are the medals won by each country at the 2022 IWF Junior World Championships. Medals were awarded for each lift as well as the Total.

Gold

  1. Turkey — 7
  2. Indonesia — 6
  3. Armenia — 5
  4. Ukraine — 5
  5. Egypt — 4
  6. USA — 4
  7. Mexico — 3
  8. South Korea — 3
  9. Colombia — 3
  10. Uzbekistan — 3
  11. Ecuador — 3
  12. Belgium — 3
  13. Iran — 3
  14. Uzbekistan — 2
  15. Thailand — 2
  16. Palestine — 1
  17. Georgia — 1

Silver

  1. Armenia — 8
  2. Mexico — 7
  3. Turkey — 5
  4. Uzbekistan — 5
  5. Kazahkstan — 5
  6. USA — 4
  7. Indonesia — 4
  8. Colombia — 4
  9. Egypt — 3
  10. Ukraine — 3
  11. Thailand — 3
  12. Moldova — 3
  13. South Korea — 2
  14. Latvia — 2
  15. Cuba — 2
  16. Iraq — 2
  17. Spain — 1
  18. Iran — 1
  19. Italy — 1

Bronze

  1. Turkey — 7
  2. Egypt — 6
  3. Armenia — 5
  4. Ukraine — 5
  5. Colombia — 5
  6. Mexico — 5
  7. Moldova — 3
  8. USA — 3
  9. Uzbekistan — 2
  10. USA — 2
  11. India — 2
  12. France — 2
  13. Kazahkstan — 2
  14. South Korea — 2
  15. Indonesia — 1
  16. Ecuador — 1
  17. Thailand — 1
  18. Morocco — 1
  19. Germany — 1
  20. Palestine — 1
  21. Georgia — 1
  22. Turkmenistan — 1
  23. Albania — 1

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