The 2022 International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) Junior World Championships that started on May 2nd just wrapped up on May 10th. This prestigious competition took place in Heraklion, Greece, and brought the world’s best young weightlifters together to see who’s the strongest in their respective categories.

Let’s look at the final results of the 2022 IWF Junior World Championships!

2022 IWF Junior World Championships Results

The week-long competition produced several new world records in multiple weight classes. A few of the highlights during the event included:

Found below are the results from each weight class with the athlete’s total lift (best snatch & best clean/jerk) in kg.

IWF Junior World Championships Men’s Results

55kg Class

  1. Garnik Cholakyan (Armenia): 240 kg
  2. Jose Manuel Poox Peralta (Mexico): 234 kg
  3. Mustafa Erdogan (Turkey): 228 kg

61 kg Class

  1. Hampton Miller Morris (USA): 276 kg
  2. Kaan Kahriman (Turkey): 269 kg
  3. Solis Daniel Stiven Caicedo (Colombia): 267 kg

67 kg Class

  1. Weeraphon Wichuma (Thailand): 311 kg
  2. Fehmi Yusuf Genc (Turkey): 307 kg
  3. Gor Sahakyan (Armenia): 302 kg

73kg Class

  1. Rizki Juniansyah (India): 341 kg
  2. Alexey Churkin (Kazakhstan): 329 kg
  3. Ryan Henry Grimsland (USA): 327 kg

81kg Class

  1. Hakan Kurnaz (Turkey): 324 kilograms
  2. Mahmoud Hosny Elsayed (Egypt): 324 kg
  3. Saba Asanidze (Georgia): 324 kg

89 kg class

  1. Maksym Dombrovskyi (Ukraine): 345 kg
  2. Suren Grigoryan (Armenia): 340 kg
  3. Mahmoud Gamal Mohamed Abdelaziz (Egypt): 339 kg

96 kg Class

  1. Garik Karapetyan (Armenia): 370 kg
  2. Tudor Bratu (Moldova): 364 kg
  3. Yasser Usamahemdan (Egypt): 359 kg

102kg Class

  1. Sharofiddin Amriddinov (Uzbekistan): 372 kg
  2. Petros Petrosyan (Armenia): 363 kg
  3. Hamada Mohammed KH (Palestine): 361 kg

109 kg Class

  1. Bohdan Hoza (Ukraine): 410 kg
  2. Ammar Rubaiawi Ali (Iraq): 359 kg
  3. Fernando Bonnila Granja Arley (Colombia): 355 kg

+109kg Class

  1. Alireza Yousefi (Iran): 416 kg
  2. Mirkhosil Mirzabaev (Uzbekistan): 388 kg
  3. Bohdan Taranenko (Ukraine): 374 kg

IWF Junior World Championships Women’s Results

45kg Class

  1. Sharad Garud Harshada (Indonesia): 153 kg
  2. Cansu Bektas (Turkey): 150 kg
  3. Teodora Luminita Hincu (Moldova): 149 kg

49 kg Class

  1. Windy Cantika Aisah (Indonesia): 185 kg
  2. Gyaneshawari Yadav (India): 156 kg
  3. V Rithika (India): 150 kg

55kg Class

  1. Nina Sterckx (Belgium): 204 kg
  2. Svitlana Samuliak (Ukraine): 192 kg
  3. Jamila Panfilova (Uzbekistan): 186 kg

59 kg Class

  1. Daphne Guillen Vazquez (Mexico): 203 kg
  2. Katherine Estep (USA): 200kg
  3. Tatiana Mosquera Caceres Karen (Colombia): 199 kg

64kg Class

  1. Julieth Alejandra Rodriguesz Quintero (Colombia): 221 kg
  2. Queysi Julissa Rojas Gonzalez (Mexico): 215 kg
  3. Marie Mantaropoulos (France): 204 kg

71kg Class

  1. Neama Said Fahmi Said (Egypt): 237 kg
  2. Olivia Lynn Reeves (USA): 236 kg
  3. Mariana Garcia Gomez (Mexico): 222 kg

76kg Class

  1. Bella Nancy Paredes Arreaga (Ecuador): 235 kg
  2. Daniela Ivanova (Latvia): 222 kg
  3. Duangkamon Khongthong (Thailand): 221 kg

81kg Class

  1. Dilara Narin (Turkey): 230 kg
  2. Emmy Lizette Gonzalez Velazquez (Mexico): 227 kg
  3. Fatma Mohamed Sadek (Egypt): 221 kg

87 kg Class

  1. Tursunoy Jabborova (Uzbekistan): 238 kg
  2. Elizabeth Caridad Reyes Entenza (Cuba): 226 kg
  3. Avery Elizabeth Owens (USA): 222 kg

+87kg Class

  1. Hyejeong Park (S. Korea): 281 kg
  2. Hyoeon Kim (S.Korea): 253 kg
  3. Aisamal Sansyzbayeva (Kazakhstan): 252 kg

CLOSING THOUGHTS

SET FOR SET congratulates all the athletes that competed at the 2022 IWF Junior World Championships. Multiple records fell, and new champions were crowned. There’s so much promise for these athletes, and we can’t wait to see what some will do at the 2024 Paris Games.

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