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Lift Up Blog Articles in 2020

This section of the site presents selected articles, interviews, presentations and research studies related to various aspects Olympic Weightlifting.

2020
Mladen Kuchev (Bulgaria): Ulm International in 1972, Naim Suleymanov: The 1st Time at the World Championships in 1983, Russ Knipp (USA): At the Ulm International in 1972, Jaakko Kailajarvi (Finland): At the 1971 Baltic Cup in Lubeck, Grigory Novak: Split Style Snatching in Helsinki (1952) Flyweight Winners in Ulm, Germany in 1972, Frank Rothwell Wins the Yorkshire Title in 1971, Pavel Pervushin: Two World Records in Tashkent (1973), 1952 Olympic Weightlifting Grand Finale at the Messuhalli Kaarlo Kangasniemi: Plus 20KG After the First 2 Lifts in Mexico City, Boris Pavlov: 1972 National Title and World Record in Tallinn, Yury Vlasov Sets a World Record in Moscow (1964), Nikolay Saxonov: 1952 Summer Olympics (Helsinki), Asen Zlatev (Bulgaria) Turns 60!, York, Pennsylvania: 1946 World Championships Team USA, Top 6 Super Heavyweights in 1967, 1980 USSR Championships: Super Heavyweight Medalists, Stepan Ulyanov: 1962 USSR Team Championships, Coaches and Athletes: Kemel and Pisarenko The Last of the Mohicans: 1991 USSR Championships Medalists in the 82.5kg Class Family Matters: Vladimir Lee at the 1967 USSR Spartakiade 60 Years Ago: Soviet Champions and the Capitoline Wolf in Rome (1960), Norbert Schemansky: At the Breaking Point in Helsinki (1952) Heroes of the Chrome Weights Epoch: Jaan Talts Valery Shary: Preparing for the Next Lift in Luzhniki, Tommy Kono: Strong in Moscow in 1961, 1922 World Champions in Tallinn, Estonia, 1970 Homecoming of the Champions: Back in the USSR 50 Years Ago, Alexander Popov: 1988 Friendship Cup in Tallinn, Gottfried Schödl (Austria), 1924-2020, Team France: Munich (1972), Petr Pavlasek: 1975 World Championships in Moscow, Alexander Bukharov: 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, Rumen Rusev: World Record in Budapest (1972), Joe Di Pietro: Lifting Heavy in Paris (1949), David Rigert: Training in New Zealand (1975), Eino Makinen in Tallinn (1957), Norb Schemansky: 1952 Olympic Tryouts, Marian Zielinski: 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, Vasily Alexeev: Big in London (1974), Rigoulot (1924), Nosseir (1928), Gennady Ivanchenko (USSR): Pressing Strong in 1971, Nikolay Laputin (USSR): 1947 European Championships in Helsinki, Schemansky vs. Zhabotinsky (Moscow, 1963), 1975 World Championships: Bantamweight Medalists, Lennart Dahlgren: This one is for you, Mother Sweden!, Lifting Happy in NYC: Dave Sheppard vs. Arkady Vorobyev in 1958, Athletes and Coaches: Viktor Perepelkin and Boris Severov (Estonia, USSR), 50 Years Ago: Vasily Alexeev Reaches the 600kg Milestone!, Mohammad Ami Tehrani (Iran), 1935-2020, Valentin Khristov (Bulgaria): Montreal, 1976, Boris Pavlov: USSR Spartakiade in 1971, Grigory Novak (USSR): Born to Press Heavy, Robert Kabbas (Australia) Turns 65, Yury Zaytsev: Montreal (1976), Arkady Vorobyev: Gold Medal in Kaunas, Lithuania, Isaac Berger (USA): 1959 World Championships in Warsaw, Vladimir Golovanov: Training for the Olympics in Tokyo, Anatoly Kozlov Turns 65, Anatoly Kozlov Turns 65, Ivan Veselinov: The Lionheart of Bulgarian Weightlifting, Karl Pumpurins (USSR, Latvia): Before the Lift, Louis Martin (Great Britain): Winning the 1st World Title in Warsaw (1959), Leonid Zhabotinsky: Training Session in Mexico City (1967), Yury Kozin (USSR, Russia): 1971 USSR Spartakiade, Peter George (USA): What to Do in Munich During the Octoberfest 1955?, Masashi Ohuchi (Japan): World Record in Warsaw, 1969, Super Heavyweight Champions in Lima, 1971, Dzhamal Panakhov (1954-2020), Vasily Kolotov: Hunting For a World Record In Ulm, Unsung Heroes: Yury Rascheskin (USSR, Uzbekistan), Vyacheslav Klokov (USSR): The Night of Four World Records, Stan Stanczyk (USA) Wins His 3rd World Title In Scheveningen, Evgeny Minaev: 1967 USSR Spartakiade, Weightlifting Americana: Ike Berger at the Venice Beach, Valery Yakubovsky: 1971 USSR Spartakiade, Anatoly Kozlov: Preparing for the Lift in 1975, 1972 Summer Olympics: And the Heavyweight Winners Are..., Unsung Heroes: Valentin Kuzmin (USSR, Russia), Happy Birthday to Brian Strange of Great Britain!, Once Upon a Time in Los Angeles, Fedor Bogdanovsky (USSR): Split-Style Snatching in Stockholm, 1958, Group Hug of the Heavyweights (1961), 1972 Summer Olympics: And the Middleweight Winners Are..., Viktor Kurentsov (USSR): Preparing For the Press Lift, Fasten Your Seatbelts, We Are About to Fly To Russia (1955), Rafael Chimishkyan: Vienna, 1954, Olympic Medalists in the 90kg Class Salute to Montreal (1976), Karel Saitl (Czechia), 1924-2020, Anatoly Pisarenko: 1978 National Championships in Kiev, Remembering Vasily Alexeev (1942-2011), Valerios Leonidis (Greece, Russia), Close-Up: Norbert Schemansky (USA), Abdul Wahid Aziz (Iraq), Lift Up: In Memoriam (2019), and more at LiftUp @ Chidlovski Blog Chidlovski

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