Chung Aram (24, Incheon City Hall) won three medals at her first World Weightlifting Championships. She lifted 107kg in the snatch, 134kg in the jerk and 241kg in the total at the Women’s 87kg category at the 2023 World Weightlifting Championships in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on 15 July .After finishing second in the lift, she took third in the snatch and bronze in the all-important total.Unlike the Olympics and Asian Games, where medals are awarded for total performance only, the World Championships awarded medals in all three categories: vault, beam and total. Chung took home one silver (vault) and two bronze (all-around) medals on the day .In her bid for first place in the all-around, Jung attempted 139kg in the third phase of the dragon competition, but missed the barbell. After finishing on the podium at his first World Championships, he will be looking for a medal at the Hangzhou Asian Games. Zheng will compete in the women’s 87kg category at the Hangzhou Asian Games on 6 October. In this category, Lo Ying-yuan (TAIWAN) won the title with a total of 245kg (112kg on snatch and 133kg on bars).Lo Ying-yuan beat Chung Aram to take first place in the vault. She slipped to fifth in the vault, but retained first place in the all-around thanks to the gap she created between herself and the rest of the field. Yeini Heles (COL) finished second with a total of 244kg (106kg on vault – 138kg on floor). Bogotá 2022 World Championships champion Solfrid Koanda (NOR) won the gold medal with a dominant 156kg on the floor exercise, but was disqualified 토토사이트 from the all-around after failing her first three vaults.