Paralympic powerlifting

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Paralympic powerlifting, also known as para powerlifting and para-lifting, is an adaptation of the sport of powerlifting for athletes with disabilities. The only discipline in Paralympic powerlifting is the bench press. The sport is governed by the International Paralympic Committee (World Para Powerlifting) and is open to anyone with a minimum level of disability who can extend their arms within 20° of full extension during a lift. Powerlifting has been competed at the Summer Paralympics since 1984.[1]

Events

Events:[2][3][4][5][6]

Global

Regional

2013, 2015, 2018. (IPC Powerlifting Open ... Championships)

Edition Year Host Events Athletes
1 2013 Asian Kuala Lumpur,  Malaysia 20
2 2013 European Aleksin,  Russia 20
3 2015 Americas Mexico City,  Mexico 20
4 2015 Asian Almaty,  Kazakhstan 20
5 2015 European Eger,  Hungary 20
6 2015 African Brazzaville,  Republic of the Congo 20
7 2018 European Berck,  France 20
8 2018 African Algiers,  Algeria 20
9 2018 Asian Kitakyushu,  Japan 20
10 2018 Americas Bogota,  Colombia 20

World Cup

up to 2016 : IPC Powerlifting World Cup

  • 2011 Mexican Powerlifting Competition
  • 2011 Polish Cup Powerlifting-Bydgoszcz
  • 2011 International Powerlifting Competition in Amman
  • 2011 3rd Powerlifting Khorfakkan International Competition
  • 2011 8th China National Games for the Disable
  • 2011 International Powerlifting Competition in Hungary
  • IWAS World Games 2011, 2021
  • 2011 Malaysia Open Powerlifting Championships
  • 2013 Open Misr Cup Powerlifting Championships
  • Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games
Edition Year Host Events Athletes
- 2009 (1st FAZZA) Dubai,  United Arab Emirates 20
- 2010 (2nd FAZZA) Dubai,  United Arab Emirates 20
- 2011 (3rd FAZZA) Dubai,  United Arab Emirates 20
- 2012 (4th FAZZA) Dubai,  United Arab Emirates 20
- 2014 (5th FAZZA) Dubai,  United Arab Emirates 20
1 2015 (6th FAZZA) Dubai,  United Arab Emirates 20
2 2016 Rio,  Brazil 20
3 2016 (7th FAZZA) Dubai,  United Arab Emirates 20
4 2016 Kuala Lumpur,  Malaysia 20
5 2017 Eger,  Hungary 20
6 2017 (8th FAZZA) Dubai,  United Arab Emirates 20
7 2018 (9th FAZZA) Dubai,  United Arab Emirates 20
8 2019 (10th FAZZA) Dubai,  United Arab Emirates 20
9 2019 Eger,  Hungary 20
10 2019 Lima,  Peru 20
11 2019 Tokyo,  Japan 20
12 2020 Abuja,  Nigeria 20
13 2020 Manchester,  United Kingdom 20
14 2021 Bogota,  Colombia 20
15 2021 Manchester,  United Kingdom 20
16 2021 Bangkok,  Thailand 20
17 2021 Tbilisi,  Georgia 20
18 2021 (11th FAZZA) Dubai,  United Arab Emirates 20

World records senior

World records in Paralympic powerlifting are ratified by the International Paralympic Committee.

Men

Category Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref
–49 kg 183.5 kg Lê Văn Công  Vietnam 4 December 2017 World Championships Mexico Mexico City, Mexico [7]
–54 kg 205 kg Sherif Othman  Egypt 6 April 2014 World Championships United Arab Emirates Dubai, United Arab Emirates [8]
–59 kg 211 kg Sherif Othman  Egypt 9 September 2016 Paralympic Games Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [9]
–65 kg 221 kg Paul Kehinde  Nigeria 19 February 2018 World Cup United Arab Emirates Dubai, United Arab Emirates [10]
–72 kg 230 kg Bonnie Bunyau Gustin  Malaysia 22 June 2021 World Cup United Arab Emirates Dubai, United Arab Emirates [11]
–80 kg 241 kg Roohollah Rostami  Iran 7 May 2021 World Cup Thailand Bangkok, Thailand [12]
–88 kg 250 kg Abdelkareem Khattab  Jordan 4 December 2021 World Championships Georgia (country) Tbilisi, Georgia [13]
–97 kg 243 kg Mohamed Eldib  Egypt 18 February 2016 World Cup United Arab Emirates Dubai, United Arab Emirates [14]
–107 kg 253 kg Aliakbar Gharibshahi  Iran 18 June 2022 Asia Oceania Open Championships South Korea Pyeongtaek, South Korea [15]
+107 kg 310 kg Siamand Rahman  Iran 14 September 2016 Paralympic Games Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [16]

Women

Category Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref
–41 kg 111 kg Guo Lingling  China 18 June 2022 Asia Oceania Open Championships South Korea Pyeongtaek, South Korea [15]
–45 kg 118 kg Guo Lingling  China 13 July 2019 World Championships Kazakhstan Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan [17]
–50 kg 131 kg Esther Oyema  Nigeria 10 April 2018 Commonwealth Games Australia Gold Coast, Australia [18]
–55 kg 133.5 kg Mariana Shevchuk  Ukraine 30 November 2021 World Championships Georgia (country) Tbilisi, Georgia [13]
–61 kg 142 kg Lucy Ejike  Nigeria 11 September 2016 Paralympic Games Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [19]
–67 kg 140.5 kg Tan Yujiao  China 9 October 2018 Asian Para Games Indonesia Jakarta, Indonesia [20]
–73 kg 150 kg Souhad Ghazouani  France 25 May 2013 European Open Championships Russia Aleksin, Russia [21]
–79 kg 144 kg Bose Omolayo  Nigeria 2 December 2021 World Championships Georgia (country) Tbilisi, Georgia [13]
–86 kg 155 kg Folashade Oluwafemiayo  Nigeria 4 August 2022 Commonwealth Games United Kingdom Birmingham, Great Britain [22]
+86 kg 160 kg Josephine Orji  Nigeria 14 September 2016 Paralympic Games Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [23]

World records junior

Men

Category Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref
–49 kg 154 kg Muslim Al-Sudani  Iraq 27 November 2021 World Junior Championships Georgia (country) Tbilisi, Georgia [24]
–54 kg 148 kg Paschalis Kouloumoglou  Greece 6 April 2014 World Championships United Arab Emirates Dubai, United Arab Emirates [8]
–59 kg 188 kg Qi Yongkai  China 9 September 2018 Asia-Oceania Open Championships Japan Kitakyushu, Japan [25]
–65 kg 204 kg Bonnie Bunyau Gustin  Malaysia 9 October 2018 Asian Para Games Indonesia Jakarta, Indonesia [26]
–72 kg 179 kg Donato Telesca  Italy 26 April 2019 World Cup Hungary Eger, Hungary [27]
–80 kg 161 kg Julien Avom Mbume  France 26 November 2015 European Open Championships Hungary Eger, Hungary
–88 kg 163 kg Andrey Samovik  Russia 26 November 2015 European Open Championships Hungary Eger, Hungary
–97 kg 193 kg Matheus de Assis Silva  Brazil 7 December 2017 World Championships Mexico Mexico City, Mexico [28]
–107 kg 180 kg Faruk Öztürk  Turkey 2 December 2017 World Junior Championships Mexico Mexico City, Mexico [29]
+107 kg 184 kg JaQue Billingsley  United States 6 August 2014 IWAS World Junior Games United Kingdom Aylesbury, United Kingdom

Women

Category Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref
–41 kg 110 kg Esther Nworgu  Nigeria 5 February 2020 World Cup Nigeria Abuja, Nigeria [30]
–45 kg 100 kg Loveth Abokin  Nigeria 5 February 2020 World Cup Nigeria Abuja, Nigeria [30]
–50 kg 108 kg Olivia Broome  Great Britain 27 November 2021 World Junior Championships Georgia (country) Tbilisi, Georgia [24]
–55 kg 127 kg Onyinyechi Mark  Nigeria 5 February 2020 World Cup Nigeria Abuja, Nigeria [30]
–61 kg 116 kg Fatma Korany  Egypt 5 February 2020 World Cup Nigeria Abuja, Nigeria [30]
–67 kg 116 kg Mariana D'Andrea  Brazil 7 December 2018 Americas Open Championships Colombia Bogotá, Colombia [31]
–73 kg 100 kg Britney Arendse  Ireland 27 April 2019 World Cup Hungary Eger, Hungary [27]
–79 kg 108 kg Marion Serrano  Chile 17 July 2019 World Championships Kazakhstan Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan [32]
–86 kg 102 kg Alina Kumeyko  Ukraine 2 December 2017 World Championships Mexico Mexico City, Mexico
+86 kg 95 kg Anuoluwapo Akoleaje  Nigeria 7 February 2020 World Cup Nigeria Abuja, Nigeria [30]

See also

References

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