1980 World Weightlifting Championships

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The 1980 Men's World Weightlifting Championships were held in Moscow, Soviet Union from July 20 to July 30, 1980. There were 173 men in action from 40 nations.

This tournament was a part of 1980 Summer Olympics but counted as World Weightlifting Championships too. Only total medals counted for Olympic Games while Snatch and Clean & Jerk medals counts for World Weightlifting Championships.

Medal summary[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
52 kg
Snatch Ho Bong-chol
 North Korea
110.0 kg Han Gyong-si
 North Korea
110.0 kg Béla Oláh
 Hungary
110.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Kanybek Osmonaliyev
 Soviet Union
137.5 kg Stefan Leletko
 Poland
135.0 kg Ho Bong-chol
 North Korea
135.0 kg
Total Kanybek Osmonaliyev
 Soviet Union
245.0 kg Ho Bong-chol
 North Korea
245.0 kg Han Gyong-si
 North Korea
245.0 kg
56 kg
Snatch Daniel Núñez
 Cuba
125.0 kg
WR
Tadeusz Dembończyk
 Poland
120.0 kg Imre Stefanovics
 Hungary
115.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Yurik Sarkisyan
 Soviet Union
157.5 kg
WR
Andreas Letz
 East Germany
150.0 kg Daniel Núñez
 Cuba
150.0 kg
Total Daniel Núñez
 Cuba
275.0 kg
WR
Yurik Sarkisyan
 Soviet Union
270.0 kg Tadeusz Dembończyk
 Poland
265.0 kg
60 kg
Snatch Viktor Mazin
 Soviet Union
130.0 kg Stefan Dimitrov
 Bulgaria
127.5 kg Marek Seweryn
 Poland
127.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Stefan Dimitrov
 Bulgaria
160.0 kg Viktor Mazin
 Soviet Union
160.0 kg Marek Seweryn
 Poland
155.0 kg
Total Viktor Mazin
 Soviet Union
290.0 kg Stefan Dimitrov
 Bulgaria
287.5 kg Marek Seweryn
 Poland
282.5 kg
67.5 kg
Snatch Yanko Rusev
 Bulgaria
147.5 kg Daniel Senet
 France
147.5 kg Joachim Kunz
 East Germany
145.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Yanko Rusev
 Bulgaria
195.0 kg
WR
Joachim Kunz
 East Germany
190.0 kg Mincho Pashov
 Bulgaria
182.5 kg
Total Yanko Rusev
 Bulgaria
342.5 kg
WR
Joachim Kunz
 East Germany
335.0 kg Mincho Pashov
 Bulgaria
325.0 kg
75 kg
Snatch Asen Zlatev
 Bulgaria
160.0 kg Nedelcho Kolev
 Bulgaria
157.5 kg Aleksandr Pervy
 Soviet Union
157.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Aleksandr Pervy
 Soviet Union
200.0 kg Asen Zlatev
 Bulgaria
200.0 kg Nedelcho Kolev
 Bulgaria
187.5 kg
Total Asen Zlatev
 Bulgaria
360.0 kg
WR
Aleksandr Pervy
 Soviet Union
357.5 kg Nedelcho Kolev
 Bulgaria
345.0 kg
82.5 kg
Snatch Yurik Vardanyan
 Soviet Union
177.5 kg
WR
Blagoy Blagoev
 Bulgaria
175.0 kg Dušan Poliačik
 Czechoslovakia
160.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Yurik Vardanyan
 Soviet Union
222.5 kg
WR
Dušan Poliačik
 Czechoslovakia
207.5 kg Jan Lisowski
 Poland
205.0 kg
Total Yurik Vardanyan
 Soviet Union
400.0 kg
WR
Blagoy Blagoev
 Bulgaria
372.5 kg Dušan Poliačik
 Czechoslovakia
367.5 kg
90 kg
Snatch Péter Baczakó
 Hungary
170.0 kg Rumen Aleksandrov
 Bulgaria
170.0 kg Frank Mantek
 East Germany
165.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Péter Baczakó
 Hungary
207.5 kg Frank Mantek
 East Germany
205.0 kg Rumen Aleksandrov
 Bulgaria
205.0 kg
Total Péter Baczakó
 Hungary
377.5 kg Rumen Aleksandrov
 Bulgaria
375.0 kg Frank Mantek
 East Germany
370.0 kg
100 kg
Snatch Ota Zaremba
 Czechoslovakia
180.0 kg Igor Nikitin
 Soviet Union
177.5 kg János Sólyomvári
 Hungary
175.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Michael Hennig
 East Germany
217.5 kg Ota Zaremba
 Czechoslovakia
215.0 kg Igor Nikitin
 Soviet Union
215.0 kg
Total Ota Zaremba
 Czechoslovakia
395.0 kg Igor Nikitin
 Soviet Union
392.5 kg Alberto Blanco
 Cuba
385.0 kg
110 kg
Snatch Valentin Hristov
 Bulgaria
185.0 kg Leonid Taranenko
 Soviet Union
182.5 kg György Szalai
 Hungary
172.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Leonid Taranenko
 Soviet Union
240.0 kg
WR
Valentin Hristov
 Bulgaria
220.0 kg György Szalai
 Hungary
217.5 kg
Total Leonid Taranenko
 Soviet Union
422.5 kg
WR
Valentin Hristov
 Bulgaria
405.0 kg György Szalai
 Hungary
390.0 kg
+110 kg
Snatch Sultan Rakhmanov
 Soviet Union
195.0 kg Rudolf Strejček
 Czechoslovakia
182.5 kg Jürgen Heuser
 East Germany
182.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Sultan Rakhmanov
 Soviet Union
245.0 kg Tadeusz Rutkowski
 Poland
227.5 kg Jürgen Heuser
 East Germany
227.5 kg
Total Sultan Rakhmanov
 Soviet Union
440.0 kg Jürgen Heuser
 East Germany
410.0 kg Tadeusz Rutkowski
 Poland
407.5 kg

Medal table[edit]

Ranking by Big (Total result) medals

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Soviet Union 5 3 0 8
2  Bulgaria 2 4 2 8
3  Cuba 1 0 1 2
 Czechoslovakia 1 0 1 2
 Hungary 1 0 1 2
6  East Germany 0 2 1 3
7  North Korea 0 1 1 2
8  Poland 0 0 3 3
Total 10 10 10 30

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

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Soviet Union 14 6 2 22
2  Bulgaria 7 10 5 22
3  Hungary 3 0 6 9
4  Czechoslovakia 2 3 2 7
5  Cuba 2 0 2 4
6  East Germany 1 5 5 11
7  North Korea 1 2 2 5
8  Poland 0 3 6 9
9  France 0 1 0 1
Total 30 30 30 90

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