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Thread: Does anybody have an entry-list for the Qatar International Cup in Doha?

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    Does anybody have an entry-list for the Qatar International Cup in Doha?

    Does anybody have a preliminary or final entry-list for the Qatar International Cup in Doha?

    It starts tomorrow but I've been unable to find anything on the web.

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    It is tough to keep up with all these small Olympic qualifiers. I actually love it because there are tonnes of opportunities to rub shoulders with top lifters.

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    Check the Qatar Weightlifting facebook page.

    Posted here.

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    Cheers. That’s hugely appreciated.

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    Rostami lifted 178/225 (403) which is a new PB in the cl&j (by 5kg) and total (by 7kg).

    Meso also got a new PB in the cl&j with 228kg. Very exciting growth by him.

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    Results book (somebody linked it on Reddit).

    https://pdfhost.io/v/vqR5jZp5_180607...9594481pdf.pdf

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    Laurel Hubbard (NZ) games the system and wins gold. Can piss right off.

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    Unless Hubbard does some crazy numbers in period3, Stowers Feagaiga will likely edge out Hubbard on ROBI pts for the Oceania continent because Hubbard has no score for period 1. Stowers is just shy of 1700 pts without a total for period 3 and she only totals less than 10kg than Hubbard. 290@Oceanic championships would be 839 robi pts

    Hubbard has 1358 robi pts plus the 634 robi pts from the Qatar cup so that is 1992. 285@Oceanic Championships would garner 748pts again so with 128 more pts that would be 2020. 290@Oceanic championships would be 839 robi pts.


    Which means Stowers only needs 321 pts. Let's just 350-400 to clinch it. 255, her lowest score at the Arafura games would receive 517 robi pts at Oceanic Championships, 494 at a Silver event and 470 at a bronze event.

    230 at a bronze event is a 333 Olympic Robi. 243 at a bronze event would be 400.

    So likely the only way Hubbard will make it to Tokyo is through a Tripartite Commission spot unless some 800-900 robi scores happen.
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    That's the thing, Hubbard isn't quite good enough to really rock the boat so people don't really address it, she won't get 900 in a next comp.

    Nice to see Rostami put up a good total.

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    Hubbard is a 6’2” l, 305lb man and him competing in women’s class is a disrespectful slap in the face to all the hard working women he knocks off the podium and cheats out of medals and points.

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