Its North Korean Weightlifters Rim Eun-sim and Ri-suk

North Korean weightlifters Rim Eun-sim and Ri-suk take 1st and 2nd place in the IWF World Cup women’s 64kg class

North Korean weightlifters Rim Eun-sim (27) and Ri Suk (21) took first and second place in the women’s 64kg class at the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) World Cup.

Rim Eun-sim won the women’s 64kg competition held in Phuket, Thailand on the 5th (local time) by lifting 114kg in snatch, 144kg in clean and jerk, and 258kg in total.

Second place was Ri suk, who lifted a total of 248kg (108kg in snatch and 140kg in jerk and jerk).

The total record of 3rd place Svitlana Samuriak (20, Ukraine) was 221 kg (101 kg in snatch, 120 kg in jerk and jerk), which was 27 kg lower than Risuk’s record. 카지노

That’s how overwhelming Rim Eun-sim and Lee Suk’s skills were.

Rim Eun-sim is the younger brother of North Korean weightlifting hero Rim Jeong-sim (31).

She is Lim Jeong-sim.

She won the women’s weightlifting 69kg class at the 2012 London Olympics and topped the 75kg class at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics.

At the 2019 World Championships in Pattaya, she won gold in the 76 kg weight class.

2018 Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games, her older sister Lim Jeong-sim ranked first in the women’s 75 kg class, and Rim Eun-sim won a gold medal in the 69 kg class.

At that time, sisters Lim Jeong-sim and Eun-sim participated in an adult international competition together for the first time and won their first Asian Games gold medal.

Lim Jeong-sim retired, and Rim Eun-sim reached the top of the 64kg class at last year’s Hangzhou Asian Games.

Now, rookie Lee Sook threatens veteran Rim Eun-sim.

Lee Sook won the second round of the IWF Grand Prix in December last year with a total weight of 260 kg, defeating Rim Eun-sim, who weighed 254 kg.

Rim Eun-sim exacted revenge by having a rematch with Lee Suk after four months at the IWF World Cup.