Kwon Dae-hee, weightlifting men's 89kg total and total Korean student record
Kwon Dae-hee (18, Daegu Physical High School), a Korean weightlifting prospect, set a new Korean student record in the men's 89kg class total and jerk.
Kwon Dae-hee won the National City Student Weightlifting Competition held at Yongha Gymnasium in Yanggu-gun,
Gangwon-do on the 1st 카지노사이트 by lifting 147kg of snatch, 190kg of jerk, and 337kg in total in the male high school 89kg class.
Myung Jin-woo (Chungnam Physical Education High School), who weighed 285kg (120kg for snatch and 165kg for jerk), ranked second in total.
Kwon Dae-hee fought for records, not rankings.
Kwon Dae-hee achieved a new record in her jerk, exceeding the Korean student record of 186 kg set by Son Hyun-wook in 2019 by 4 kg.
At the same time, he exceeded the total of 335kg in the male 89kg class, which remained as the Korean student standard record, by 2kg.
The International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) created a new weight class system and announced world standard records from the World Weightlifting Championships held in November 2018.
The Korea Weightlifting Federation also prepared a Korean standard record table, and set the Korean student standard record in the 89kg class for Korean men to be 335kg.
Kwon Dae-hee surpassed the standard record that no one had reached for about 5 years.
Kwon Dae-hee set a new Korean student record (185kg) in the men's 81kg class in June of this year, and also set a Korean student record (330kg) in this weight class.
In this competition, where he participated in a higher weight class, he changed the Korean student record in the total 89kg class with Yongsang.