Tibor Karczag

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Tibor Karczag
Personal information
Birth nameTibor Karczag
Nationality Hungarian
Born (1967-09-09) 9 September 1967 (age 52)
Győr, Hungary
Sport
CountryFlag of Hungary.svg  Hungary
Sport Weightlifting
Event(s)54kg
ClubTatabányai Bányász Sport Club

Tibor Karczag (born 9 September 1967 in Győr) is a Hungarian weightlifter. He competed in the Olympic Games in 1992 and 1996. In Barcelona (1992) finished 6th place in 56 kg category. Four years later, in Atlanta he missed all of his 107.5 kg snatch attempt and did not finished the competition in the 54 kg category.

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Major results

YearVenueWeightSnatch (kg)Clean & Jerk (kg)TotalRank
123ResultRank123ResultRank
Representing Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary
Olympic Games
1996 Flag of the United States.svg Atlanta, United States 54 kg 107.5107.5107.5
1992 Flag of Spain.svg Barcelona, Spain 56 kg 112.5115.0117.5115.05140.0140.06255.06
World Championships
1995 Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Guangzhou, China 54 kgN/AN/AN/A102.516N/AN/AN/A132.514235.014 [1]
1993 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Melbourne, Australia 59 kgN/AN/AN/A115.016N/AN/AN/A145.012260.016 [2]
European Championships
1996 Flag of Norway.svg Stavanger, Norway 54 kg105.0107.5110.0107.57130.0132.5137.5132.59240.08
1993 Flag of Bulgaria.svg Sofia, Bulgaria 59 kgN/AN/AN/A117.58N/AN/AN/A145.011262.510
1992 Flag of Hungary.svg Szekszárd, Hungary 56 kgN/AN/AN/A110.08N/AN/AN/A135.07245.06
1991 Flag of Poland.svg Władysławowo, Poland 56 kgN/AN/AN/A107.58N/AN/AN/A132.59240.08

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