2023 European Weightlifting Championships Full Results – Fitnessnacks


In 2022, the European Weightlifting Championships (EWC) was not a qualifying event for weightlifters aiming at the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris. Things are different in 2023; this year’s EWC, which is taking place in Yerevan, Armenia from Apr. 15 to Apr. 23, will set the stage for the upcoming Games and is, unsurprisingly, chock-full of exciting weightlifting action.

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Below, you’ll find up-to-date results on every A-Group session at the 2023 EWC. Stay tuned to BarBend‘s coverage as the competition progresses to find out what went down in Yerevan, what world records were set (and broken), and which athletes stood out from the pack. 

2023 European Weightlifting Championships Results

2023 European Weightlifting Championships | Men’s Results

Below are the results for the Men’s divisions at the 2023 European Championships in Armenia. Note that these results are being updated as the competition progresses and may be incomplete until the event wraps up on Apr. 23.

Editor’s Note: These are the overall podium rankings based on the best Total, which is the sum of the competitor’s best snatch and clean & jerk.

55 Kilograms

  1. Angel Rusev (BUL) — 250 kilograms
  2. Ramini Shamilishvili (GEO) — 249 kilograms
  3. Valentin Iancu (ROU) — 245 kilograms

61 Kilograms

  1. Shota Mishvelidze (GEO) — 298 kilograms
  2. Sergio Massidda (ITA) — 292 kilograms
  3. Ivan Dimov (BUL) — 277 kilograms

67 Kilograms

  1. Gor Sahakyan (ARM) — 320 kilograms
  2. Acorán Hernández (ESP) — 305 kilograms
  3. Kaan Kahriman (TUR) — 301 kilograms

73 Kilograms

  1. Ritvars Suharevs (LAT) — 336 kilograms
  2. David Sánchez (ESP) — 335 kilograms
  3. Mirko Zanni (ITA) — 335 kilograms

81 Kilograms

  1. Oscar Reyes (ITA) — 343 kilograms
  2. Batuhan Yüksel (TUR) — 339 kilograms 
  3. Rafik Harutyunyan (ARM) — 337 kilograms

89 Kilograms

  1. Karlos Nasar (BUL) — 395 kilograms
  2. Andranik Karapetyan (ARM) — 374 kilograms
  3. Marin Robu (MDA) — 364 kilograms

96 Kilograms

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102 Kilograms

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109 Kilograms

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2023 European Weightlifting Championships | Women’s Results

Below are the results for the Women’s divisions at the 2023 European Championships in Armenia. Note that these results are being updated as the competition progresses and may be incomplete until the event wraps up on Apr. 23.

Editor’s Note: These are the overall podium rankings based on the best Total, which is the sum of the competitor’s best snatch and clean & jerk.

45 Kilograms

  1. Cansu Bektas (TUR) — 162 kilograms
  2. Adriana Pana (ROU) — 153 kilograms
  3. Marta García (ESP) — 153 kilograms

49 Kilograms

  1. Mihaela Cambei (ROU) — 198 kilograms
  2. Giulia Imperio (ITA) — 183 kilograms
  3. Anhelina Lomachynska (UKR) — 176 kilograms

55 Kilograms

  1. Andrea Cotruţa (ROU) — 201 kilograms
  2. Svitlana Samuliak (UKR) — 199 kilograms
  3. Izabella Yaylyan (ARM) — 196 kilograms

59 Kilograms

  1. Kamila Konotop (UKR) — 235 kilograms
  2. Nina Sterckx (BEL) — 209 kilograms
  3. Nadiia Shpilka (UKR) — 207 kilograms

64 Kilograms

  1. Nuray Güngör (TUR) — 219 kilograms
  2. Mariia Hanhur (UKR) — 214 kilograms
  3. Zoe Smith (GBR) — 214 kilograms

71 Kilograms

  1. Loredana Toma (ROU) — 240 kilograms
  2. Giulia Miserendino (ITA) — 230 kilograms
  3. Sarah Davies (GBR) — 226 kilograms

76 Kilograms

  1. Marie Fegue (FRA) — 253 kilograms
  2. Tatev Hakobyan (ARM) — 226 kilograms
  3. Daniela Ivanova (LAT) — 222 kilograms

81 Kilograms

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87 Kilograms

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How to Watch the 2023 European Weightlifting Championships

If you’re interested in catching all the action at the 2023 EWC in real-time, you have multiple different streaming options available. This year, Weightlifting House is providing all-access comprehensive live stream coverage through its website portal via pay-per-view. You can pick up a deluxe bundle that includes every session in real-time and some bonus media, or purchase single sessions separately.

Viewers in certain countries may also be able to watch Europeans live via the Olympics website. Below is the session schedule, in GMT, for every A-Group event at the 2023 EWC. 

2023 European Weightlifting Championships | Session Schedule

Women A-Groups

  • 45AApril 15, 13:30
  • 49A: April 15, 16:00
  • 55A: April 16, 13:30
  • 59A: April 17, 13:30
  • 64A: April 18, 13:30
  • 71A: April 19, 13:30
  • 76A: April 20, 16:00
  • 81A: April 21, 13:30
  • 87A: April 22, 16:00
  • +87A: April 23, 9:30

Men A-Groups

  • 55A: April 16, 11:00
  • 61A: April 16, 16:00
  • 67A: April 17, 16:00
  • 73A: April 18, 16:00
  • 81A: April 19, 16:00
  • 89A: April 20, 13:30
  • 96A: April 21, 16:00
  • 102A: April 22, 11:00
  • 109A: April 22, 13:30
  • +109A: April 23, 12:00

Additional information about session start times, including those of B- and C-Group athletes, can be found in the EWC 2023 start book.

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