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Lasha Talakhadze Hits the Heaviest Total of All-Time (220/264/484)

The final lift of the 2019 World Championships in Pattaya Thailand once again made history, once again by Lasha Talakhadze of Georgia.

After snatching a 2 kg world record at 220 kg on his 3rd attempt, equalling the heaviest snatch of all-time held by himself, he went on to clean and jerk 264 kg, adding 4 kilos to his own world record clean and jerk and 6 kg to his all-time world record total, totaling 484 kg.

Lasha Talakhadze has now single-handedly moved the all-time World Record total from the mythical 475 kg, held by the great Leonid Taranenko, to 484 kg. Below is a list of the greatest ever totals.

1) 484 kgTalakhadze⁣
2) 478 kgTalakhadze⁣
3) 477 kgTalakhadze⁣
4) 475 kg – Taranenko⁣
5) 474 kgTalakhadze⁣
6) 473.5 kg – Rezazadeh
7) 473 kgTalakhadze
8) 472.5 kg – Kurlovich
9) 472.5 kg Rezazadeh
10) 472.5 kg Rezazadeh

Photo by Jen Marchese of One Kilo | @one_kilo_

Seb Ostrowicz
I am the owner of Weightlifting House. When I'm not working on the site/podcasting/interviewing I spend my time training, coaching, and competing in the sport of Weightlifting.


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