Tbilisi 2021 Para Powerlifting World Cup Results

Kazakhstan lead the medal count with with host country Georgia right behind them.

The 2021 Para Powerlifting World Cup took place from May 20-23, 2021, in Tbilisi, Georgia. The host country was able to post seven medals with nine competitors to finish only behind Kazahkstan, which posted eight medals with 14 competitors. Twenty-five countries were represented in the competition, with 17 of them taking home at least one medal. Here is the final medal count:

2021 Tbilisi Para Powerlifting World Cup Medal Table

  • Kazakhstan (8)
    • Gold — Three
    • Silver — Two
    • Bronze — Three
  • Ukraine (4)
    • Gold — Two
    • Silver — Two
  • Great Britain (4)
    • Gold — Two
    • Silver — Two
  • Azerbaijan (5)
    • Gold — Two
    • Silver — One
    • Bronze — Two
  • Chile (4)
    • Gold — Two
    • Silver — One
    • Bronze — One
  • Uzbekistan (3)
    • Gold — Two
    • Silver — One
  • Georgia (7)
    • Gold — One
    • Silver — Two
    • Bronze — Four
  • Brazil (5)
    • Gold — One
    • Silver — Two
    • Bronze — Two
  • Turkey (2)
    • Gold — One
    • Silver — One
  • Colombia (2)
    • Gold — One 
    • Silver — One
  • Italy (2)
    • Gold — One
    • Silver — One
  • Hungary (1)
    • Gold — One
  • Israel (1)
    • Gold — One
  • Greece (2)
    • Silver — One
    • Bronze — One
  • Moldova (2)
    • Silver — One
    • Bronze — One
  • Cyprus (1)
    • Silver — One
  • Kyrgyzstan (1)
    • Bronze — One
  • Belarus (1)
    • Bronze — One
  • Saudi Arabia (1)
    • Bronze — One

Five countries earned medals only in female divisions: Ukraine, Turkey, Israel, Cyprus, and Belarus. Six countries earned medals only in male divisions: Colombia, Italy, Hungary, Greece, Kyrgyzstan, and Saudi Arabia.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Men’s Results

Here were the results for all of the Men’s categories. The lifts listed below are that specific lifter’s best successful attempt.

49KG

  1. Nandor Tunkel, Hungary — 155 kilograms (341.7 pounds)
  2. Parvin Mammadov, Azerbaijan — 148 kilograms (326.3 pounds)
  3. Maysar Olaymi, Saudi Arabia — 100 kilograms (220.5 pounds)

54KG

  1. David Degtyarev, Kazahkstan — 185 kilograms (407.9 pounds)
  2. Bruno Carra, Brazil — 160 kilograms (352.7 pounds)
  3. Azizbek Zamirbek Uluu, Kyrgyzstan — 115 kilograms (253.5 pounds)

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59KG

  1. Juan Carlos Garrido, Chile — 180 kilograms (396.8 pounds)
  2. Ali Jawad, Great Britain — 170 kilograms (374.8 pounds)
  3. Paschalis Kouloumoglou, Greece — 163 kilograms (359.4 pounds)

65KG

  1. Jorge Carinao, Chile — 177 kilograms (390.2 pounds)
  2. Giuseppe Colantuoni, Italy — 136 kilograms (299.8 pounds)
  3. Temuri Dadiani, Georgia — 85 kilograms (187.4 pounds)

72KG

  1. Donato Telesca, Italy — 175 kilograms (385.9 pounds)
  2. Shota Omarashvili, Georgia — 145 kilograms (319.7 pounds)
  3. Medet Zhunusov, Kazahkstan — 140 kilograms (308.7 pounds)

80KG

  1. Ahmad Razm Azar, Georgia — 194 kilograms (427.7 pounds)
  2. Gkremislav Moysiadis, Greece — 193 kilograms (425.5 pounds)
  3. Ailton Bento De Souza, Brazil — 182 kilograms (401.2 pounds)

88KG

  1. Farhod Umirzakov, Uzbekistan — 205 kilograms (452 pounds)
  2. Evanio Da Silva, Brazil — 200 kilograms (440.9 kilograms)
  3. Rakhmetzhan Khamayev, Kazahkstan — 198 kilograms (436.5 pounds)

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97KG

  1. Fabio Torres, Colombia — 218 kilograms (480 pounds)
  2. Stefan Rosca, Moldova — 193 kilograms (425.5 pounds)
  3. Nurlan Babjanov, Azerbaijan — 190 kilograms (418.9 pounds)

107KG

  1. Elshan Huseynov, Azerbaijan — 227 kilograms (500.5 pounds)
  2. Nuriddin Davlatov, Uzbekistan — 215 kilograms (474 pounds)
  3. Akaki Jintcharadze, Georgia — 214 kilograms (471.8 pounds)

+107KG

  1. Shamo Aslanov, Azerbaijan — 222 kilograms (489.4 pounds)
  2. Jhon F. Castaneda Velasquez, Colombia — 205 kilograms (452 pounds)
  3. Giorgi Latsabidze, Georgia — 203 kilograms (447.5 pounds)

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Women’s Results

Here were the results for all of the Women’s categories. The lifts listed below are that specific lifter’s best successful attempt.

41KG

  1. Zoe Newsom, Great Britain — 95 kilograms (209.4 pounds)
  2. Maryna Kopiika, Ukraine — 93 kilograms (205 pounds)
  3. Lara Aparecida De Lima, Brazil — 90 kilograms (198.4 pounds)

45KG

  1. Alina Solodukhina, Kazahkstan — 80 kilograms (176.4 pounds)
  2. Roza Dyussebayeva, Kazahkstan — 54 kilograms (119.1 pounds)
  3. Hanna Krychko, Belarus — 40 kilograms (88.2 pounds)

50KG

  1. Nazmiye Muratli, Turkey — 108 kilograms (238.1 pounds)
  2. Olivia Broome, Great Britain — 106 kilograms (233.7 pounds)
  3. Kabira Askarova, Kazahkstan — 75 kilograms (165.4 pounds)

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55KG

  1. Mariana Shevchuk, Ukraine — 133 kilograms (293.2 pounds)
  2. Besra Duman, Turkey — 121 kilograms (266.8 pounds)
  3. Camila Campos, Chile — 112 kilograms (246.9 pounds)

61KG

  1. Ruza Kuzieva, Uzbekistan — 110 kilograms (242.5 pounds)
  2. Valeriya Smirnova, Kazahkstan — 35 kilograms (77.2 pounds)

67KG

  1. Raushan Koishibayeva, Kazahkstan — 101 kilograms (222.7 pounds)
  2. Maria Markou, Cyprus — 93 kilograms (205 pounds)
  3. Natela Gamidova, Georgia — 52 kilograms (114.6 pounds)

73KG

  1. Mariana D Andrea, Brazil — 135 kilograms (297.6 pounds)
  2. Nino Sabashvili, Georgia — 40 kilograms (88.2 pounds)

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79KG

  1. Nataliia Oliinyk, Ukraine — 123 kilograms (271.2 pounds)
  2. Maria Antonieta Ortiz, Chile — 121 kilograms (266.8 pounds)
  3. Larisa Marinenkova, Moldova — 80 kilograms (176.4 pounds)

86KG

  1. Louise Sugden, Great Britain — 125 kilograms (275.6 pounds)
  2. Alina Kumeyko, Ukraine — 103 kilograms (227.1 pounds)
  3. Leyla Karimova, Azerbaijan — 53 kilograms (116.9 pounds)

+86KG

  1. Polina Katsman, Israel — 121 kilograms (266.8 pounds)
  2. Tayana Medeiros, Brazil — 119 kilograms (262.4 pounds)

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2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games

The 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games are currently scheduled for Aug. 24 through Sep. 5, 2021. Will we see if the highest medal-earning countries from this World Cup — Kazahkstan, Georgia, Azerbaijan, and Brazil — can maintain their momentum from this World Cup and translate it to Paralympic success. 

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