2022 IWF Junior World Championships Results

The 2022 IWF Junior World Championships have come to a close. The contest opened on May 2 and closed on May 10 in Heraklion, Greece and saw multiple Junior world records fall.

Hampton Morris in the 61-kilogram class hit a Junior world record clean & jerk of 160 kilograms (352.7 pounds). Rizki Juniansyah scored a new Junior world record snatch at 73-kilograms by locking out 156 kilograms (751.8 pounds). In the heavier weight categories, Bohdan Hoza hit a 195-kilogram (429.9-pound) snatch Junior world record in the 109-kilogram class, and Alireza Yousefi clean & jerked a new Junior world record of 239 kilograms (526.9 pounds) in the + 109-kilogram division.

Below are the full results from the 2022 IWF Junior World Championships.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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2022 IWF Junior World Championships Results

Below are the results for the women’s weight categories.

45KG

  1. Sharad Garud Harshada (IND)— 153 kilograms
  2. Cansu Bektas (TUR) — 150 kilograms
  3. Teodora-Luminita Hincu (MDA) — 149 kilograms

49KG

  1. Windy Cantika Aisah (INA) — 185 kilograms
  2. Gyaneshawari Yadav (IND) — 156 kilograms
  3. V Rithika (IND) — 150 kilograms

55KG

  1. Nina Sterckx (BEL) — 204 kilograms
  2. Svitlana Samuliak (UKR) — 192 kilograms
  3. Jamila Panfilova (UZB) — 186 kilograms

59KG

  1. Daphne Guillen Vazquez (MEX) — 203 kilograms
  2. Katherine Estep (USA) — 200 kilograms
  3. Tatiana Mosquera Caceres Karen (COL) — 199 kilograms

64KG

  1. Julieth Alejandra Rodriguesz Quintero (COL) — 221 kilograms
  2. Queysi Julissa Rojas Gonzalez (MEX) — 215 kilograms
  3. Marie Mantaropoulos (FRA) — 204 kilograms

71KG

  1. Neama Said Fahmi Said (EGY) — 237 kilograms
  2. Olivia Lynn Reeves (USA) — 236 kilograms
  3. Mariana Garcia Gomez (MEX) — 222 kilograms

76KG

  1. Bella Nancy Paredes Arreaga (ECU) — 235 kilograms
  2. Daniela Ivanova (LAT) — 222 kilograms
  3. Duangkamon Khongthong (THA) — 221 kilograms

81KG

  1. Dilara Narin (TUR) — 230 kilograms
  2. Emmy Lizette Gonzalez Velazquez (MEX) — 227 kilograms
  3. Fatma Mohamed Sadek (EGY) — 221 kilograms

87KG

  1. Tursunoy Jabborova (UZB) — 238 kilograms
  2. Elizabeth Caridad Reyes Entenza (CUB) — 226 kilograms
  3. Avery Elizabeth Owens (USA) — 222 kilograms

+87KG

  1. Hyejeong Park (KOR) — 281 kilograms
  2. Hyoeon Kim (KOR) — 253 kilograms
  3. Aisamal Sansyzbayeva (KAZ) — 252 kilograms

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Below are the results for the men’s weight categories:

55KG

  1. Garnik Cholakyan (ARM) — 240 kilograms
  2. Jose Manuel Poox Peralta (MEX) — 234 kilograms
  3. Mustafa Erdogan (TUR) — 228 kilograms

61KG

  1. Hampton Miller Morris (USA) — 276 kilograms
  2. Kaan Kahriman (TUR) — 269 kilograms
  3. Solis Daniel Stephen Caicedo (COL) — 267 kilograms

67KG

  1. Weeraphon Wichuma (THA) — 311 kilograms
  2. Fehmi Yusuf Genc (TUR) — 307 kilograms
  3. Gor Sahakyan (ARM) — 302 kilograms

73KG

  1. Rizki Juniansyah (IND) — 341 kilograms
  2. Alexey Churkin (KAZ) — 329 kilograms
  3. Ryan Henry Grimsland (USA) — 327 kilograms

81KG

  1. Hakan Kurnaz (TUR) — 324 kilograms
  2. Mahmoud Hosny Elsayed (EGY) — 324 kilograms
  3. Saba Asanidze (GEO) — 324 kilograms

89KG

  1. Maksym Dombrovskyi (UKR) — 345 kilograms
  2. Suren Grigoryan (ARM) — 340 kilograms
  3. Mahmoud Gamal Mohamed Abdelaziz (EGY) — 339 kilograms

96KG

  1. Garik Karapetyan (ARM) — 370 kilograms
  2. Tudor Bratu (MDA) — 364 kilograms
  3. Yasser Usama Hemdan (EGY) — 359 kilograms

102KG

  1. Sharofiddin Amriddinov (UZB) — 372 kilograms
  2. Petros Petrosyan (ARM) — 363 kilograms
  3. Hamada Mohammed KH (PLE) — 361 kilograms

109KG

  1. Bohdan Hoza (UKR) — 410 kilograms
  2. Ammar Rubaiawi Ali (IRQ) — 359 kilograms
  3. Fernando Bonnila Granja Arley (COL) — 355 kilograms

+109KG

  1. Alireza Yousefi (IRI) — 416 kilograms
  2. Mirkhosil Mirzabaev (UZB) — 388 kilograms
  3. Bohdan Taranenko (UKR) — 374 kilograms

Medal Table

Below are the medals won by each country at the 2022 IWF Junior World Championships. Medals were awarded for each lift and total.

Gold

  1. Turkey — 7
  2. Indonesia — 6
  3. Armenia — 5
  4. Ukraine — 5
  5. Egypt — 4
  6. USA — 4
  7. Mexico — 3
  8. South Korea — 3
  9. Colombia — 3
  10. Uzbekistan — 3
  11. Ecuador — 3
  12. Belgium — 3
  13. Iran — 3
  14. Uzbekistan — 2
  15. Thailand — 2
  16. Palestine — 1
  17. Georgia — 1

Silver

  1. Armenia — 8
  2. Mexico — 7
  3. Turkey — 5
  4. Uzbekistan — 5
  5. Kazakhstan — 5
  6. USA — 4
  7. Indonesia — 4
  8. Colombia — 4
  9. Egypt — 3
  10. Ukraine — 3
  11. Thailand — 3
  12. Moldova — 3
  13. South Korea — 2
  14. Latvia — 2
  15. Cuba — 2
  16. Iraq — 2
  17. Spain — 1
  18. Iran — 1
  19. Italy — 1

Bronze

  1. Turkey — 7
  2. Egypt — 6
  3. Armenia — 5
  4. Ukraine — 5
  5. Colombia — 5
  6. Mexico — 5
  7. Moldova — 3
  8. USA — 3
  9. Uzbekistan — 2
  10. USA — 2
  11. India — 2
  12. France — 2
  13. Kazakhstan — 2
  14. South Korea — 2
  15. Indonesia — 1
  16. Ecuador — 1
  17. Thailand — 1
  18. Morocco — 1
  19. Germany — 1
  20. Palestine — 1
  21. Georgia — 1
  22. Turkmenistan — 1
  23. Albania — 1

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