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Dragi bralci, preljube bralke,

menim, da je čas, da nekoliko ažuriramo to pod-rubriko-v-nastajanju, v kateri se želim izraziti svoje spoštovanje takšnim in drugačnim velikanom v zgodovini športa; in če smo se pred nekaj časa seznanili z Naimom Süleymanoğlujem (kako osvobajajoče je spoznanje, da obstajajo ljudje, katerih priimek je še težje izgovoriti od tvojega! :D), bolgarsko-turškim “žepnim Herkulesom”, visokim le 1,47 m, pa si danes oglejmo Anatolija Grigoreviča Pisarenka, 120 kilogramsko in 186 centimetrsko rusko-ukrajinskega hrusto-beštijo. Poleg osupljivih dvigovalskih rezultatov – in dejstva, da gre za Petrovega najljubšega dvigovalca uteži 🙂 – ga omenjam tudi zato, ker se je z njim nekoliko nevšečno poigrala Usoda in ga kljub izredni pripravljenosti pustila brez olimpijskih medalj, zaradi česar ni bil deležen takšne (medijske?) pozornosti, kot bi si jo morda zaslužil (in tako je David (Süleymanoğlu) formalno gledano spet ugnal Goljata (Pisarenko))…;)). Pa si poglejmo, kako je bilo s to rečjo (navajam nekoliko prirejeno različico članka o Pisarenku, objavljenega na nam že dobro znani strani 70’s big):

Anatoly Grigorevich Pisarenko (Ukrainian: Анатолій Григорович Писаренко, Russian: Анатолий Григорьевич Писаренко) was born on January 10, 1958 in Kiev, Ukraine. And if we can say anything about him, is that he was damn strong. He’s also got a mustache. These dominant qualities make him a co-captain of 70’s Big.

His career bests were a 206 kg snatch in 1983 (Moscow) and a 265 kg clean and jerk in 1984 (Varna) — this ties him for second overall for the highest clean and jerk (although world records say otherwise since old records were dropped with the restructuring of the weight classes). Pisarenko also had his personal best total in 1984 at Varna with a 465 kg total.

During his short career, Pisarenko broke 13 world records: 5 in the snatch, 4 in the clean and jerk, and 4 in the total of the snatch and clean and jerk (he lifted in the era after the clean and press was eliminated from competition). The Pizz won two USSR championships (1982 and ’84), four European championships (1981, ’82 (Ljubljana!), ’83, and ’84), and three world championships (1981, ’82 (Ljubljana!), and ’83).

Unfortunately Pisarenko lacks the fame of other successful weightlifters because he was unable to attend the 1980 and 1984 Olympics for different reasons. In 1980 he was not chosen to lift as a super heavyweight for the USSR because Sultan Rakhmanov  and Vasiliy Alexeev were heavier (150 and 185 kilograms respectively) and the favorites with a combined 79 world records. Pisarenko claims to have out-lifted both famous weightlifters in training whilst only weighing 114 kilograms, yet he was told he was not ready (he was only 21 years old in 1980). In 1984 the USSR held out of the Olympics. It must have been difficult for Pisarenko to see Dean Lukin of Australia win the gold with a total of 412.5 kilograms — a whopping 50 kilos less than what Pisarenko was capable of!

Bench pulling what appears to be 220 kilos

Pisarenko was disqualified for two years and decided to end his weighlifting career. It was time to make a living now that he was an adult and had a family. It’s sometimes hard to realize that Pisarenko was only between the ages of 22 and 27 during his lifting career — the mustache and build make him seem much older. He reported that he would have been ready for a 210 kg snatch and potentially 280 kg in the clean and jerk! In training, Pisarenko clean and jerked 270 kg for a single, 260 for a double, and cleaned 280 — impressive numbers for anyone, but especially since his bodyweight always hovered around 125 kilos.

Na spodaj priloženem videu posnetku si lahko ogledate nadobudnega brko-hrusta, kako leta 1982 izvaja poteg na svetovnem prvenstvu v Ljubljani:

Če se boste odločili trenirati pod taktirko Petra v Klubu dviganja uteži Olimpija boste trenirali na istih platformah, na katerih je daljnega leta 1982 potekalo imenovano svetovno prvenstvo (če je to dobro ali slabo, prepuščam v presojo vsakemu posamičnemu bralcu/bralki).

Tukaj pa vidimo brkatega Ukrajinca, kako pri 123 kg naloži in sune 265 kg (1984, Varna):

Za primerjavo: trenutni nosilec svetovnega rekorda za sunek je Hossein Rezazadeh; pri cca 160 kg (!) je naložil in sunil “le” 263,5 kg (2004, Atene) [pri olimpijskem dvigovanju uteži je zavoljo uporabe nedovoljenih substanc prišlo do dvakratnega “resetiranja” uradnih rezultatov, zato je trenutni svetovni rekord dejansko nižji od Pisarenkovega]

Ni kaj! Pisarenko je definitivno pravi ukrajinsko-ruski medved

Argh, ne ti pedi-medi, ampak dejanski ruski medved!

Tako – to pa je že bolje! 🙂

Lep, umirjen preostanek nedelje vam želim!

Vaš S.

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Dragi bralci, preljube bralke,

v prejšnjem prispevku smo si na hitro ogledali bolgarsko metodo olimpijskega dvigovanja uteži, ki jo je uvedel Ivan Abadjiev. V dotičnem prispevku sem tudi omenil, da je bil eden najuspešnejših dvigovalcev, ki se je uril pod budnim Abadjievim očesom, Naim Süleymanoğlu, in ker gre za res prvovrstnega dvigovalca, mislim, da je prav, da mu namenimo (vsaj) krajšo objavo:

Abadjiev’s most famous athlete was featherweight Naim Suleymanoglu who actually defected from Bulgaria to Turkey in December 1986. Over the next 10 years Naim proved to be the greatest lifter in the history of the sport. He was a senior world record holder at 15 (!), at 16 (!) became only the second man to jerk three times body weight and still holds the highest ever Sinclair total. Despite missing the Los Angeles games, where he would have been an overwhelming favourite, he went on to win three Olympic gold medals plus 7 World and 6 European Championships. In Seoul he broke 4 World and 6 Olympic records and won gold by 30kg. His total would have been enough to win the lightweight division against lifters 7.5kg heavier!

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Še kratka biografija:

Born in Bulgaria of Turkish descent, he was nicknamed “The Pocket Hercules” due to his small stature of 1.47 m (4.8 ft) [meter č’vap, a?]. He is the second of only seven lifters to clean and jerk three times their bodyweight. Suleimanov set his first world record at the age 16 but missed his first chance at Olympic success in 1984 when Bulgaria joined the Soviet boycott of the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics.

Soon afterwards the Communist regime in Bulgaria forced its Turkish minority to adopt Bulgarian names and he became known internationally as Naum Shalamanov (Наум Шаламанов). While on a trip to the World Cup Final in Melbourne in 1986, Suleimanov defected. He resurfaced in Turkey and applied for citizenship. He also changed his name from the Bulgarian Suleimanov/Shalamanov to the Turkish Süleymanoğlu. After the fall of Communism in Bulgaria, his family was able to join him in Turkey.

A battle over which country he would represent in the 1988 Seoul Olympics arose. The Bulgarian government demanded and received $1,000,000 from Turkey to allow him to compete for Turkey. Süleymanoğlu did not disappoint, winning the featherweight gold medal. He retired at the age of 22, after winning the world championship in 1989. However, the allure of competition was too strong and he returned in 1991 before winning a second Olympic gold medal at Barcelona in 1992. Between the Olympiads, Süleymanoğlu continued to win world titles and set records.

The 1996 Olympic Games were to be his swansong and he retired after winning a third consecutive Olympic gold medal in Atlanta at the 1996 Olympic Games.

Süleymanoğlu made another comeback in a late attempt to earn a fourth gold medal at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney but failed to lift 145 kg, which would have been a World record, and was eliminated from the competition. He was awarded the Olympic Order in 2001. In 2000 and 2004 he was elected member of the International Weightlifting Federation Hall of Fame.e

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Na priloženem videu bomo videli njegov nastop na olimpijskih igrah v Seulu leta 1988, kjer je – tukaj že za turško reprezentanco – naložil in sunil 190 kg v kategoriji do 60 kg!

Poglejte ta fokus in eksplozivnost! Sapo jemajoče!

Dragi bralci, preljube bralke,

ker smo današnji dan začeli s kratkim skokom v preteklost, kjer smo si ogledali izvore (olimpijskega) dvigovanja uteži, predlagam, da nadaljujemo v tem historično-didaktičnem duhu in si – zopet v poduk in zabavo 🙂 – ogledamo še nekoliko daljši črno-beli (!trOO!) dokumentarec o vadbenih metodah in tehnikah, ki so se jih v svojih pripravah na tekmovanja posluževali poljski reprezentanti v dviganju uteži v 70. letih minulega stoletja. Zgrabite kak zdrav prigrizek, se zleknite v najljubši naslanjač (oziroma – če ste res trOO – se spustite v “paleo počep”) in uživajte! 🙂

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Kratek šaljivo-zabavljivi filmček o izvoru (olimpijskega) dvigovanja uteži: zvedavemu bralstvu v poduk inu zabavo. 😉

Strength competitions have probably been around for as long as humans have walked the Earth. History has stories from all over the world about lifting some sort of object as either a training tool or a test of prowess. If there was something heavy lying around, then there was probably some sort of contest to lift it, carry it or throw it.

Vse dobro,

vaš Sebahudin