Questions tagged [weightlifting]
For questions about the sport of weightlifting.
What is failed attempts in weightlifting?
In this photo (source), Hidilyn Diaz and Chinshanlo Zulfiya had failed attempts. And Liao had a score of 97 (successful attempt) in her 3rd snatch, and Diaz had 99 score but failed attempt. I guess my ...
Why do we not see strong-man athletes competing in olympic weightlifting?
Strong-man is of course filled with quite unique events, but many of its athletes hold world-records in traditional weight-lifting events such as deadlift. Many of the sport's biggest names are in ...
Is there a reason for "one set full out" strategy during deadlift for reps event in strongman competitions?
I have seen a few records of "deadlift for reps" event in various strongman competitions and it seems that they do an all-out first set quite often, no matter how much time left till time ...
Why didn't Lu Xiaojun get to lift 177kg at the 2012 London Olympic Games? [closed]
See video here. Why didn't the jury overturn the decision for Lu Xiaojun's attempt at 177kg at the 2012 London Olympic Games when he missed the minute countdown due to a "tactical hiccup"? "......
What were the results of the 2012 European Junior Weightlifting Championships 85kg A Class?
I'm looking for the list of names and scores for the competitors in the 2012 European Junior Weightlifting Championships 85kg A Class https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmAEMcSGiPo I managed to reverse ...
Why, specifically, is George Asanidze's record not 181kg?
Do the official olympic weightlifting rules really not count 1kg increments? Why? Seems like unit and fractional weights should count. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnR2JoCDfXs&t=6m6s
Where do the terms "dead lift" and "dead row" come from? [closed]
Dead lifts and dead rows are basic moves we do with weights. I understand "lift" and "row", but why is the word "dead" used as an adjective?
Greatest weight ever lifted (with good evidence)
It is widely reported that Paul Anderson lifted 6270lbs in a "backlift", but I have never seen a photo of this event and it seems that perhaps the story is exaggerated. So my question is, ...