Mohammad Nassiri

Mohammad Nassiri
Medal record
Center
1966 Asian Games
Competitor for  Iran
Men's weightlifting
Olympic Games
Gold 1968 Mexico City 56 kg
Silver 1972 Munich 56 kg
Bronze 1976 Montreal 52 kg
World Championships
Gold 1968 Mexico City 56 kg
Gold 1969 Warsaw 56 kg
Gold 1970 Columbus 56 kg
Gold 1973 Havana 52 kg
Gold 1974 Manila 52 kg
Silver 1972 Munich 56 kg
Bronze 1966 Berlin 56 kg
Bronze 1971 Lima 56 kg
Bronze 1976 Montreal 52 kg
Asian Games
Gold 1966 Bangkok 56 kg
Gold 1970 Bangkok 56 kg
Gold 1974 Tehran 52 kg
Gold 1974 Tehran 52 kg C&J
Silver 1974 Tehran 52 kg S.
Asian Championships
Gold 1971 Manila 56 kg
Gold 1977 Baghdad 56 kg

Mohammad Nassiri Seresht (Persian: محمد نصیری سرشت , born 31 July 1945 in Tehran) is a retired Iranian weightlifter and an Olympic Gold Medalist for Iran.

In 1995 he was elected member of the International Weightlifting Federation Hall of Fame.[1]

Contents

Weightlifting achievements

  • Olympic Champion (1968).
  • Silver Medalist in Olympic Games (1972).
  • Bronze Medalist in Olympic Games (1976).
  • Senior World Champion (1968–1970, 1973, and 1974).
  • Silver Medalist in Senior World Championships (1972).
  • Bronze Medalist in World Championships (1966, 1971, and 1976).
  • 4 Gold and 1 Silver in Asian Games (1966, 1970, 1974).
  • Set eighteen world records during career.

World Championships

Year Place Weight Medal
Press Snatch Cl&Jerk Total
1966 East Berlin, East Germany 56 kg 3
1968 Mexico City, Mexico 56 kg 1
1969 Warsaw, Poland 56 kg 2 1 1
1970 Columbus, United States 56 kg 3 1 1
1971 Lima, Peru 56 kg 1 2 3
1972 Munich, West Germany 56 kg 2 2 2
1973 Havana, Cuba 52 kg 1 1
1974 Manila, Philippines 52 kg 3 1 1
1976 Montreal, Canada 52 kg 2 3
1977 Stuttgart, West Germany 52 kg 2

Total: 10 1, 7 2 , 5 3

  • Olympic Games 1968, 1972 and 1976 counted as World Championships too.
  • No medals for individual lifts before 1969.
  • Press was removed from Olympic weightlifting after 1972.

Notes and references

  1. ^ "Weightlifting Hall of Fame". International Weightlifting Federation. http://www.iwf.net/iwf/organization/members.php. Retrieved 2008-08-07. 

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