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Thread: Ready Steady Tokyo - Olympic Test Event. 06.Jul - 07.Jul

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    Ready Steady Tokyo - Olympic Test Event. 06.Jul - 07.Jul

    This is a test competition for the 2020 Olympics and also serves as a silver-level qualification event.

    Top lifters from China, Japan, and South Korea are participating along with a few other well-known athletes (Kashirina, Albegov, Ilyin, Kitts, etc.).

    Start book here (PDF warning):
    https://www.iwf.net/wp-content/uploa..._Tokyo2019.pdf

    Admission is fairly restrictive as the general public was not able to purchase tickets as far as I've heard.

    Anyone have a link to a live stream? I know the Japanese Weightlifting Assoc. had a ustream account a while back, but that seems to be deactivated. Can't find much on their Facebook page either.

    There is this page that indicates a webcast (Edit: Removed) but Googling fundracer.net yields some less-than-favorable reviews. I'm gonna pass on that one.
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    These stream links on YT, FB etc. are auto generated and all fake. I doubt this well get broadcast, the OG test event never was.

    +87 should be good. Li skipped Junior worlds and Kashirina nationals for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erpel View Post
    These stream links on YT, FB etc. are auto generated and all fake. I doubt this well get broadcast, the OG test event never was.
    Damn, that's too bad. Thanks for the info though.

    Looks like the IWF's live scoreboard is being updated, however, so at least there's something to follow:
    https://www.iwf.net/scoreboard/scoreboard3.php
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    IWF's Youtube page. Women's 49 & 55 was live streamed so far but not sure at the moment if other sessions will be as well:
    https://www.youtube.com/user/IWFmedia/featured

    W49 & W55 Snatch Session:



    Hou Zhihui exceeds her snatch WR with a 95kg 3rd attempt. I'm assuming she made weight as a 49. @ around 35:20

    Li Yajun withdraws after 2nd snatch. Looks like she was walking off the platform with a slight limp.

    W49 & W55 C&Js:
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    China continues to not get into #1 numbers at 61, probably no Tokyo for Qin or Li.

    155 snatch WR by Huang Minhao, can do more. Chen Lijun continues to lift at 62 level.

    Sweet 130 deep knee jerk recovery by Chen Guiming at 01:06:40 here:



    No WR attempt by Deng Wei. 120/150 by Zhang Wangli.

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    Men's 73/81



    Great lifting from Miyamoto. Strong jerks and solid overhead position. 190 c&j @ 01:38:45 in the vid.

    Li's 202 power jerk (01:49:00) looked almost casual.
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    Tian Tao makes his 3rd attempt clean & jerk of 231 (+1 over Moradi's WR 230).

    @ 52:40 in the vid.



    Goes 170, 175, 180X / 210, 220X, 231

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    Li Wenwen beats Kashirina with Junior WR of 141/185/326 to 140/182/322.


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    Li Wenwen will be the Lasha of the Women's division: Change my mind.

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