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Lift Up Blog Articles in 2023

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

Sultan Rakhmanov Returns to the Izmailovo Weightlifting Hall, Kaarlo Kangasniemi (Leningrad, 1968), Farewell to Olympic Press: Last USSR Heavyweight Champions (1972), Nikolay Zakharov Sets a New World Record in Snatch, Vladimir Anikin (Latvia) in Donetsk (1973), Vladimir Anikin at the 1971 Baltic Cup, Kanybek Osmonaliev is 70, Kulta-Kalle, Jaan Talts: Lifting in the Late Period of His Career, Boris Pavlov Goes for a World Record in Minsk, Sultan Rakhmanov: Training with Team CCCP, Golden Age of American Weightlifting: At the Muscle Beach, USA (1956), David Rigert: Illuminating 215lbs of Personal Charisma, World Record by Victor Korzh (1956), Rudolf Plukfelder Sets 2 National Records (1964), Fiction and Nonfiction: Ivan Danko and Alexander Bozhko, Weightlifting Classics: Waldemar Baszanowski (Poland), Rafael Chimishkyan at Chalkathon by LiftUp, Now and Then: Anatoly Pisarenko and Zygmunt Smalcerz, Gennady Ivanchenko at Chalkathon by LiftUp, Trofim Lomakin at Chalkathon by LiftUp, Michel Broillet at Weightlifting Chalkathon by LiftUp, Weightlifting Chalkathon at LiftUp: Valery Shary (1975), The Strongest Basketball Player in the 1970s, Alexander Pervy: Milestone World Record at the Olympics in 1980, Roman Holiday (1960), Coaches and Athletes: Paul Anderson and Yakov Kutsenko, Adam Gnatov, Ukraine/USSR: 1944-2023, Saga of Tommy Kono (USA): Stockholm 3.00 (1963), Saga of Tommy Kono (USA): Stockholm 2.00 (1958), Saga of Tommy Kono (USA): Stockholm 1.01 (1953), Saga of Tommy Kono (USA): Stockholm 1.00 (1953), Tommy Kono: Weightlifting Saga in Stockholm, Jaakko Kailajarvi: Lubeck (1971), Ben Helfgott, Holocaust survivor and Olympic weightlifter, dies at 93, Sergey Arakelov: 1979 USSR Spartakiade in Leningrad, Arkady Vorobyev Wins the National Title in the 90kg Class, Yurik Vardanyan: A Starry Night in Dnepr (1982), Coaches and Athletes: Arkhangorodsky and Kurynov, Coaches and Athletes: Mekhanik and Ivanov, Russ Knipp at the 1972 Olympics in Munich, Happy Day For Estonia, Bulgaria and Germany, David Rigert Says Goodbye To Olympic Weightlifting, Alexander Varbanov: World Record and Gold Medal in Sofia, Mihaly Huszka Sets a National Record in Snatch, Zygmunt Smalcerz in Budapest (1978), Beach Season for Heavyweights in 1973, Yanko Rusev Wins His 1st European Title, Rudolf Plukfelder in Warsaw (1959), John Davis in Paris (1950), Featherweights Berger and Minaev in 1958, The 1st World Record by Yevgeny Minaev, Coaches and Athletes: Plukfelder and Rigert, Norb Schemansky (USA) Lifts the Apollon Wheels, Yurik Vardanyan: A Starry Night in Dnepropetrovsk (1982), Happy Birthday to Robert Kabbas of Australia!, Grand Finale in Paris (1946), Ivan Abadzhiev: Competing For Bulgaria in Stockholm, U.S.A. vs Germany: A Friendly Match in Europe, David Rigert: Signature Appearance Preparing For a Big Lift, Mladen Kuchev (Bulgaria) and His Eternal World Record in Press, Lee James (1953-2023), Candidates to 1982 Team CCCP in Podolsk, Ireneusz Palinski (Poland) Wins the Middle Heavyweight Class in Paris, Club 500: Vladimir Golovanov (USSR), John Terry (USA): The First Black American Weightlifter to Represent the U.S. at the Summer Olympics, Olympics, Weightlifting and Stamps: Tribute from the Maldives, Remembering Petr Pavlasek (1947-2023), and more at LiftUp @ Chidlovski Blog Chidlovski

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