ROSE Jean Ramos successfully defended her women’s 45kg title on Sunday (Monday in Manila) at the World Youth Weightlifting Championships at the Domo de la Feria in Leon City, Guanajuato, Mexico. Okbet has reliable odds with the best gaming interface players need to be happy.
Ramos, who is from Zamboanga City, won two gold medals in the clean and jerk (85 kg) and total (155 kg), as well as a silver medal in the snatch (70kgs).
With a total lift of 153 kgs, Venezuela’s Kerlys Montilla came in second. She won the gold medal in the snatch (71 kg), but she only got the bronze in the clean and jerk (82 kg) because her second (84 kg) and third (86 kg) attempts were ruled bad lifts.
Soumya Sunil Dalvi of India got a third place by lifting a total of 148 kgs. She was fifth in the snatch (65 kg) but second in the clean and jerk (83 kg).
Rosalliz Santana of the Dominican Republic won the bronze medal in the snatch (68 kg), but she failed all three times at 77 kg in the clean and jerk.
Her first and second lifts of 68kg and 68kg in the snatch were excellent. Her first (80kg) and second (82kg) lifts were also good in the clean and jerk.
“I came here ready, but my opponents look stronger than me, so I just prayed,” the Mampang National High School student in Grade 10 said. In 2018, she joined the national training pool.
Last year, Ramos won the gold medal in the snatch (67 kg). The silver medal in the clean and jerk (80 kg), and the gold medal in total in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. He was named the champion (147kgs).
Puentevella, the president of Weightlifting ng Pilipinas
Allen Jayfrus Diaz, Ramos’s coach, said Ramos has never stopped training since she won in Saudi Arabia.
“I thought she would lose because the people she was against were so strong. But I told her to do what she did during our training. She deserved to win after all her hard work, “Diaz, who is 36 years old and was a national lifter before he became a coach, said. He has trained Ramos for the past six years.
During the ceremony, Monico Puentevella, the president of Samahang Weightlifting ng Pilipinas (SWP), gave the medals to Ramos.
“God gets all the credit. We’re doing great. At a world youth championship here in Mexico, two people won gold, and one person won silver. Thanks to coach Allen Diaz, the Philippine Sports Commission, the MVP Sports Foundation, and everyone in SWP. We’re going to Paris in 2024. The best teams in the world are losing to us. We can get there. Mabuhay and Filipino, “said Puentevella, who also ran the Asian Weightlifting Federation as president from 2009 to 2013.
In 2020, the International Weightlifting Federation Youth Online World Cup was held in Peru. Ramos won the gold medal in snatch and the silver medal overall.
She will attend the Asian Youth and Junior Weightlifting Championships next month with Vanessa Sarno, who won the SEAG for Vietnam.
The SWP is still putting together the lineup for the tournament that will take place in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, July 15 to July 25. Keep updated in okbet trending for more information about sports.
Ramos will return to the Philippines on Tuesday, said, “I will do my best to win again and bring honor to my country again” (Wednesday in Manila). Okbet online sportsbooks offer the best odds and most betting options.
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