The 2022 European Junior & U23 Championship, which took place from October 15 to 25 in Durres Ramazan Njala Sports Palace, has been successfully concluded.
The junior championships had 198 athletes from 31 nations, while the U23 championships included 144 participants from 30 countries.
The Championships were one of the most high-quality events, not only in terms of teams and weightlifters but also in terms of organization.
The first place in the women’s junior category was won by the team from Poland, the second was Ukraine, the third was Armenia, fourth Romania, fifth Turkey, and sixth Germany.
The first place in the men’s junior category was won by the team from Armenia, the second was Georgia, the third was Turkey, the fourth was Azerbaijan the fifth was Ukraine, and sixth Poland.
The first place in the women’s U23 category was won by the team from Poland, the second was Finland, the third was Ukraine, fourth was Romania, the fifth Turkey, and the sixth was Albania.
The first place in the men’s U23 category was won by the team from Georgia, the second was Poland, the third was Armenia, the fourth was Ukraine, fifth was Romania, and the sixth was the Czech Republic.
The best female junior weightlifter according to Robi points was :
The best female U23 weightlifter according to Robi points was :
Best male junior weightlifter according to Robi points was:
Best male U23 weightlifter according to Robi points was:
We saw numerous new records during 10 competition days in Durres.
World and European records:
“The EWF is grateful to everyone who contributed to making the 2022 European Junior & U23 Championships in Durres a success, including all athletes, coaches, ITOs, the health care department, IT and streaming operators, and all volunteers.” “Special gratitude to the kind spectators, the Municipality of Durres, and the Albanian Weightlifting Federation. After all, the young generation of weightlifters demonstrated that fair play and friendship always win,” EWF President Antonio Conflitti said.