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Lift Up Blog Articles in 2021

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

Viktor Kurentsov Turns 80!, World Record at the European Championships in Moscow, 1965 Prize of Moscow International: Team USSR at the Opening Parade, Paul Anderson (USA) at the Green Theater in Moscow (1955), Alexander Kurlovich (Belarus, USSR): The Last Champion of the USSR (1991), Grigory Novak Wins a World Title in Paris (1946), Gyozo Veres (Hungary) Wins the World Title and Sets 2 World Records in Stockholm, 1967 USSR Spartakiade: Top 6 in the 82.5kg Class, Club 500: Alexey Medvedev (USSR, Russia), Yury Vlasov (USSR), Isaac Berger (USA), Eino Makkinen (Finland) at the Scala Theater in London, 1961, Club 500: Joe Dube (USA) Sets a New World Record in York, PA (1968), Coaches and Athletes: Yury Vlasov and Suren Bogdasarov, Yury Vlasov (1935-2021): Farewell to a Legend, Yury Vlasov (1935-2021): Farewell to a Legend, Meet the Press: Feodosia, circ. 1978, Ota Zaremba (Czechoslovakia): Leningrad, 1979, Club 500: George Dyachenko (Ukraine, USSR), Club 500: Alexander Dzhedzhelava (Georgia, USSR), Olympic Champion Kaarlo Kangasniemi Turns 80!, 17-year Old Antonio Krastev (Bulgaria) Sets a New Junior World Record in Debrecen, Vyacheslav Klokov (Russia, USSR) Wins the Snatch Competition (Moscow, 1983), 1950 WC Medal Ceremony in the 82.5kg Class in Paris, Valery Yakubovski (USSR): WR Attempt in Olympic Press (206.5kg) in 1971, Aslambek Ediev (Russia): 1991 USSR Championships in Donetsk, Leonid Zhabotinsky Sets World Records at the 1964 Prize of Moscow, Naim Suleymanov: Two World Records in Moscow (1983), All-Time Best Champions in the History of U.S. Olympic Weightlifting, Olympic Champion Yury Zaytsev Turns 70, Club 500: Nikolay Khoroshaev (Russia, USSR), Club 500: Yury Yablonovsky (Ukraine, USSR) Gogi Gurgenyan at the Izmaylovo Weightlifting Hall (Moscow, 1983), Julio Echenique (Cuba): 4 World Records in Santiago (1979) John Davis (USA, 1921-1984): 100th Birth Anniversary of a Legend, Anatoly Pisarenko: National Championships in Dnepropetrovsk (1982), Norbert Schemansky Goes For a World Record In Snatch (Tokyo, 1964), Arvid Andersson (Sweden): 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, Kanybek Osmonaliev: 1979 USSR Spartakiade in Leningrad, Alexander Varbanov (Bulgaria): Debut in Moscow, David Rigert Gets Ready For a Big Lift (1975), Lift Up: In Memoriam (2020) and more at LiftUp @ Chidlovski Blog Chidlovski

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