Distribution of 579 medals among the lifters during past 16 Asian Games

2014-09-10

Less than 10 days later the weightlifting competitions of the 17th Asian Games will be held in Incheon, South Korea. It is to be mentioned that 14 medals will be presented to the winners of different Asian countries.
It is worth pointing out that since 1988 the classification and allocation of the Men & Women categories established and formed the same as current ones. For your information, the weightlifting was included in the program of the Asian Games as of 1951 during the New DELH Asian Games and in this regard, weightlifting is being considered as one of the most oldest competitions of the different Asian Games from the past up to present time.

From among the countries participating in the weightlifting competitions of the Asian Games, it is China whose athletes have succeeded to achieve greatest number and more precious medals. The Chinese athletes were able to obtain 74 gold, 30 silver and 10 bronze medals during the past 16 Asian Games.
Following Chinese lifters, the athletes of Republic of Korea managed to stand on the second place by winning 31 gold, 25 silver and 28 bronze medals and finally the Iranian weightlifters stood on the 3rd place by attaining 30 gold, 28 silver and 19 bronze medals.
In fact, the medals of the weightlifting competitions at the 17th Asian Games can make change to the medal distribution table of the 2nd and 3rd winning teams of the past 16 Asian Games.
It is to be said that during the previous Asian Games, the athletes of 24 Asian countries became victorious in obtaining the available medals and overall 193 gold, 193 silver and 193 bronze medals (in total:579 medal) have been awarded to the top three winning lifters until today.

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