1983 European Weightlifting Championships

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The 1983 European Weightlifting Championships were held at the Izmailovo Sports Palace in Moscow, Soviet Union from October 22 to October 31, 1983. This was the 62th edition of the event. There were 123 men in action from 21 nations, this tournament was a part of 1983 World Weightlifting Championships.

Medal summary[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
52 kg
Snatch Neno Terziyski
 Bulgaria
115.0 kg Jacek Gutowski
 Poland
112.5 kg Hidemi Miyashita
 Japan
107.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Neno Terziyski
 Bulgaria
145.0 kg Stefan Leletko
 Poland
140.0 kg Jacek Gutowski
 Poland
137.5 kg
Total Neno Terziyski
 Bulgaria
260.0 kg
WR
Jacek Gutowski
 Poland
250.0 kg Stefan Leletko
 Poland
247.5 kg
56 kg
Snatch Naim Suleymanov
 Bulgaria
130.0 kg
WR
Oksen Mirzoyan
 Soviet Union
127.5 kg Wu Shude
 China
125.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Oksen Mirzoyan
 Soviet Union
165.0 kg
WR
Andreas Letz
 East Germany
160.0 kg Naim Suleymanov
 Bulgaria
160.0 kg
Total Oksen Mirzoyan
 Soviet Union
292.5 kg
WR
Naim Suleymanov
 Bulgaria
290.0 kg Andreas Letz
 East Germany
280.0 kg
60 kg
Snatch Yurik Sarkisyan
 Soviet Union
137.5 kg Marek Seweryn
 Poland
135.0 kg Stefan Topurov
 Bulgaria
132.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Stefan Topurov
 Bulgaria
180.0 kg
WR
Yurik Sarkisyan
 Soviet Union
175.0 kg Gelu Radu
 Romania
162.5 kg
Total Yurik Sarkisyan
 Soviet Union
312.5 kg
WR
Stefan Topurov
 Bulgaria
312.5 kg Gelu Radu
 Romania
292.5 kg
67.5 kg
Snatch Yanko Rusev
 Bulgaria
145.0 kg Andreas Behm
 East Germany
145.0 kg Joachim Kunz
 East Germany
145.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Joachim Kunz
 East Germany
195.0 kg Yanko Rusev
 Bulgaria
192.5 kg Andreas Behm
 East Germany
192.5 kg
Total Joachim Kunz
 East Germany
340.0 kg Yanko Rusev
 Bulgaria
337.5 kg Andreas Behm
 East Germany
337.5 kg
75 kg
Snatch Vladimir Kuznetsov
 Soviet Union
167.5 kg
WR
Aleksandar Varbanov
 Bulgaria
160.0 kg Dragomir Cioroslan
 Romania
157.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Aleksandar Varbanov
 Bulgaria
210.0 kg
WR
Zdravko Stoichkov
 Bulgaria
207.5 kg Vladimir Kuznetsov
 Soviet Union
202.5 kg
Total Aleksandar Varbanov
 Bulgaria
370.0 kg Vladimir Kuznetsov
 Soviet Union
370.0 kg
WR
Zdravko Stoichkov
 Bulgaria
362.5 kg
82.5 kg
Snatch Asen Zlatev
 Bulgaria
180.0 kg Yurik Vardanyan
 Soviet Union
180.0 kg László Barsi
 Hungary
165.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Yurik Vardanyan
 Soviet Union
212.5 kg Asen Zlatev
 Bulgaria
210.0 kg Lubomír Vymazal
 Czechoslovakia
210.0 kg
Total Yurik Vardanyan
 Soviet Union
392.5 kg Asen Zlatev
 Bulgaria
390.0 kg László Barsi
 Hungary
370.0 kg
90 kg
Snatch Blagoy Blagoev
 Bulgaria
190.0 kg Viktor Solodov
 Soviet Union
185.0 kg Andrzej Piotrowski
 Poland
170.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Blagoy Blagoev
 Bulgaria
227.5 kg Viktor Solodov
 Soviet Union
225.0 kg Andrzej Piotrowski
 Poland
212.5 kg
Total Blagoy Blagoev
 Bulgaria
417.5 kg Viktor Solodov
 Soviet Union
410.0 kg Andrzej Piotrowski
 Poland
382.5 kg
100 kg
Snatch Aleksandr Popov
 Soviet Union
187.5 kg Pavel Kuznetsov
 Soviet Union
182.5 kg Vasile Groapă
 Romania
180.0 kg
Clean & Jerk Pavel Kuznetsov
 Soviet Union
240.0 kg Aleksandr Popov
 Soviet Union
235.0 kg Andrzej Komar
 Poland
227.5 kg
Total Pavel Kuznetsov
 Soviet Union
422.5 kg Aleksandr Popov
 Soviet Union
422.5 kg Andrzej Komar
 Poland
407.5 kg
110 kg
Snatch Vyacheslav Klokov
 Soviet Union
192.5 kg József Jacsó
 Hungary
185.0 kg Ștefan Tașnadi
 Romania
182.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Vyacheslav Klokov
 Soviet Union
247.5 kg
WR
József Jacsó
 Hungary
225.0 kg Anton Baraniak
 Czechoslovakia
220.0 kg
Total Vyacheslav Klokov
 Soviet Union
440.0 kg
WR
József Jacsó
 Hungary
410.0 kg Anton Baraniak
 Czechoslovakia
400.0 kg
+110 kg
Snatch Anatoly Pisarenko
 Soviet Union
205.0 kg Aleksandr Kurlovich
 Soviet Union
205.0 kg Pavel Khek
 Czechoslovakia
197.5 kg
Clean & Jerk Anatoly Pisarenko
 Soviet Union
245.0 kg Aleksandr Kurlovich
 Soviet Union
245.0 kg Antonio Krastev
 Bulgaria
237.5 kg
Total Anatoly Pisarenko
 Soviet Union
450.0 kg Aleksandr Kurlovich
 Soviet Union
450.0 kg Antonio Krastev
 Bulgaria
427.5 kg

Medal table[edit]

Ranking by Big (Total result) medals

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Soviet Union 6 4 0 10
2  Bulgaria 3 4 2 9
3  East Germany 1 0 2 3
4  Poland 0 1 3 4
5  Hungary 0 1 1 2
6  Czechoslovakia 0 0 1 1
 Romania 0 0 1 1
Total 10 10 10 30

References[edit]

  • Results (Chidlovski.net)
  • Панорама спортивного года 1983 / Сост. А. Н. Корольков — М.: Физкультура и спорт, 1984. (in Russian)