We’re 5 days into the 2018 IWF Junior World Championships, that are going down in Tashkent, Uzbekistan from July sixth – 14th. The finest junior weightlifters internationally have gathered to go head-to-head and Team USA continues to place robust performances on the platform and rake within the medals.
Yesterday, we wrote about 69kg weightlifter CJ Cummings sweeping gold and intently lacking the Senior American Snatch Record. Check out Cummings’ efficiency recap here!
On Sunday, Power and Grace athlete Jordan Delacruz (53kg) placed on a robust efficiency sweeping silver, together with breaking a 53kg Junior American Snatch and Total Records along with her second 86kg snatch (she intently missed an 88kg third), and 193kg whole.
To conclude her efficiency, Delacruz walked away with a profitable 86kg snatch, a 107kg clear & jerk (a carry that ties her present 53kg Junior American Record), and a 193kg whole, which was sufficient to increase her present Junior American Record whole by 2kg.
Earlier right this moment, Team Hercules athlete Kate Vibert (69kg) kicked off the morning for USA Weightlifting by setting the tone with a silver sweeping efficiency.
With her lifting kicking off at a really early stream time of 5:30 AM MST, drained eyes tuned into watch Vibert proceed her spectacular case as being considered one of USA’s high 69kg weightlifters. To conclude her efficiency, Vibert completed with a 100kg snatch, a 125kg clear & jerk, and a robust 225kg whole.
While none of her lifts broke any American Junior Records, every carry was not more than 3kg off the numbers the present information. We wrote about Vibert’s 135kg jerk from the blocks two weeks in the past, and this constant efficiency is one other instance of how she’s progressing at a robust charge as considered one of USA’s up and coming younger powerhouses. Also, this was Vibert’s first ever worldwide competitors.
Today, the one two different American athletes which are set to take the platform are 85kg A Harrison Maurus (10 AM) and 94kg C Matthew Mongomery (11 PM). These instances are the stream instances, that are set to MST, so convert your time accordingly!
Feature photographs from @usa_weightlifting Instagram web page.