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Results of World Junior & Sub-Junior Powerlifting Championships

Provided by Eddie Torres

 

We are pleased to inform you of the success of young PH power-lifters in the World Championships. Below are the details:

FINAL PH TEAM RESULTS at the 2015 World Junior & Sub-Junior Powerlifting Championships

5 silver medals, 5 bronze medals, 7 new Asian records
Reign Bautista – 3 silvers, 1 bronze, 3 new Asian Sub-Jr records
Joan Masangkay – 4 bronze medals, 4 new Asian Sub-Jr records
Jasmine Martin – 1 silver
Regie Ramirez – 1 silver
Joan posted a huge lead over Bovkun Mariya of Kazahkstan for the Total bronze in the 43kg class which was won by USA’s Mitchell Ashley who shattered the world record in the Total & Deadlift. Interestingly, the gold & silver medalists will be over-age for Sub-Juniors next year while Joan will still have another year in the Sub-Juniors
In the 47kg class, Reign bested lifters from Ukraine, Kazahkstan, Romania and Japan but had to give it to USA’s LaChapelle Taylor who smashed 2 world records. Reign has only been lifting a little more than a year so she has huge potential to get a lot stronger next year.
Jasmine beat lifters from Russia, Ukraine & Japan to get the Deadlift silver, just behind Hudson Allegra of the USA. The gold medalist in the Total was Primakova Irina of Russia
Regie had to overcome lifters from USA, Russia, Japan & Kyrgyzstan to get the deadlift silver but was beaten by another lifter from Kyrgyzstan, Alymbek uulu Azamat who is on his last year in the Juniors. Regie can still compete as a Junior next year.
Attached are pictures of the awarding ceremonies of Joan, Reign, Jasmine and deadlift action picture of Regie.

Breakdown of medals won:

JEREMY REIGN BAUTISTA, Women’s 47kg Sub-Junior
Squat / 135kg / silver (new Asian Sub-Jr record)
Bench Press / 60kg / bronze
Deadlift / 122.5 / silver (new Asian Sub-Jr record)
Total / 317.5kg / silver (new Asian Sub-Jr record)
JOAN MASANGKAY, Women’s 43kg Sub-Junior
Squat / 112.5kg / bronze (new Asian Sub-Jr record)
Bench Press 55kg / bronze (new Asian Sub-Jr record)
Deadlift  110kg / bronze (new Asian Sub-Jr record)
Total / 277.5kg / bronze (new Asian Sub-Jr record)
REGIE RAMIREZ, Men’s 59kg Junior
Deadlift  247.5kg / silver
JASMINE MARTIN, Women’s 47kg Junior
Deadlift  140kg / silver
EVENT: 2015 World Junior & Sub-Junior Powerlifting Championships
VENUE:  Prague, Czech Republic
DATE:  August 31 to September 5, 2015
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:  223 athletes
CATEGORIES: Sub-Junior (14-18 years) & Junior (19-23 years)
CHEF DE MISSION: Mr. Aspi Calagopi, Powerlifting Association of the Philippines (PAP) board member
HEAD COACH: Ms. Betina Bordeos
Jasmine Martin awarding Joan Masangkay awarding Regie Ramirez deadlift Reign Bautista awarding Team photo

 

Nestor Colonia makes Asian Games Bronze Mark

May 26, 2014

 

Nestor Colonia qualifies for the Asian Games by matching the bronze performance of last Asian Games.

Nestor Colonia qualifies for the Asian Games by matching the bronze performance of last Asian Games.

Weight lifter Nestor Landag Colonia made the Asian Games bronze standard, which was above the 5th place finish set by the PSC/POC Taskforce for selection criteria. Colonia shattered the Philippine National Record (264kg) with a combined total of 271kg in the 56kg weight division at the Philippine National Games in Manila. Colonia is coached by National Coach Alfonso Aldanete.

The 22 year old lifted 118kg on the snatch and 153kg on the Clean and Jerk.

Bronze at the last Asian Games was 271kg which Colonia has now tied, its well above the 5th place finisher in 2010 who got 261kg. 4 years ago Colonia landed 6th in 255kg in this event he was only 18 years old at the time. The 16kg improvement now puts him in medal contention.  Gold was won in 285kg and Silver 276kg in the Asian Games 2014.

Colonia would have won atleast a silver at the last SEA Games however he was a few pounds over weight during the weigh in for the 56kg category last year.

Results from the National Games

http://png.psc.gov.ph/RESULT2014/WEIGHTLIFTING.pdf

Results from 2010 Asian Games (c/o Wikipedia)

Rank Athlete Group Body weight Snatch (kg) Clean & Jerk (kg) Total
1 2 3 Result 1 2 3 Result
1  Wu Jingbiao (CHN) A 55.81 128 133 136 133 152 160 160 152 285
2  Cha Kum-chol (PRK) A 55.73 120 125 128 128 145 145 148 148 276
3  Jadi Setiadi (INA) A 55.01 120 123 123 120 146 146 151 151 271
4  Pyae Phyo (MYA) A 54.97 115 120 123 120 145 150 151 145 265
5  Trần Lê Quốc Toàn (VIE) A 55.94 110 112 116 116 142 145 151 145 261
6  Nestor Colonia (PHI) A 55.60 105 110 112 110 138 142 145 145 255
7  Masaharu Yamada (JPN) A 55.81 103 103 106 106 145 145 145 145 251
8  Srinivasa Rao Balluri (IND) B 55.94 100 105 110 110 135 142 142 135 245
9  Wanchai Mueannuek (THA) A 55.72 102 102 102 102 130 130 130 130 232
10  Sukhen Dey (IND) B 55.79 104 104 108 104 126 126 126 126 230
11  Mansour Al-Saleem (KSA) A 52.50 104 109 110 104 121 126 126 121 225
12  Abdullah Ghafoor (PAK) B 55.83 99 104 105 99 125 127 127 125 224
13  Sangeeth Wijesuriya (SRI) B 55.81 95 99 99 99 120 120 122 122 221
14  Omarguly Handurdiyev (TKM) B 55.93 99 99 100 100 120 127 127 120 220
15  Enkhjargalyn Mönkhdöl (MGL) B 55.93 100 103 105 100 120 120 125 120 220

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2014 Batang Pinoy Final Results Weightlifting

17 March, 2014

2013 Batang Pinoy Finals delayed till 2014 held at Bacolod, attached is a PDF of the official results.

2014 Batang Pinoy Weightlifting Results

December 2013 SEA Weightlifting Rankings

2013 Weightlifting SEA Rankings

Batang Pinoy 2013 Luzon Results

2013 BP Weightlifting Luzon Results

 

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