Tibor Stark

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Tibor Stark
Personal information
Birth nameTibor Stark
Nickname(s)Gerecse Medvéje / Bear of Gerecse
Nationality Hungarian
Born (1972-02-14) 14 February 1972 (age 51)
Tata, Hungary
CountryFlag of Hungary.svg  Hungary
Sport Weightlifting
ClubTatabányai Bányász Sport Club

Tibor Stark (born 14 February 1972 in Tata, Komárom-Esztergom) is a retired male weightlifter from Hungary. He competed for his native country in three consecutive Summer Olympics, starting in 1992 (Barcelona, Spain). A European champion in 1997, he ended up in 8th place in 1996 and 2000 in the men's superheavyweight division (+ 105 kg).

Major results

YearVenueWeightSnatch (kg)Clean & Jerk (kg)TotalRank
Representing Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary
Olympic Games
2000 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Sydney, Australia +105 kg 180.0190.0195.0195.08220.0230.0230.09425.08
1996 Flag of the United States.svg Atlanta, United States +108 kg 180.0185.0187.5187.56220.0227.5230.0227.58415.08
1992 Flag of Spain.svg Barcelona, Spain 110 kg 160.0165.0167.5165.014190.0195.0190.018355.015
World Championships
2003 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Vancouver, Canada +105 kg 180.0185.0185.013210.0210.020395.016
2001 Flag of Turkey.svg Antalya, Turkey +105 kg 180.0187.5190.0190.04220.0220.0225.0225.07415.05
1999 Flag of Greece.svg Athens, Greece +105 kg 180.0185.0190.0190.012220.0227.5227.516417.512
1997 Flag of Thailand.svg Chiang Mai, Thailand +108 kg 180.0185.0190.0185.04215.0220.0225.0220.06405.04
1995 Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Guangzhou, China +108 kg180.0180.0185.0185.04217.5220.0220.0217.59402.511 [1]
European Championships
1999 Flag of Spain.svg La Coruña, Spain +105 kg185.0185.0187.5
1998 Flag of Germany.svg Riesa, Germany +105 kg180.0185.0187.5185.06215.0215.011400.07
1997 Flag of Croatia.svg Rijeka, Croatia +108 kg182.5187.5190.0187.5Silver medal icon.svg225.0230.0230.0225.0Bronze medal icon.svg412.5Gold medal icon.svg
1993 Flag of Bulgaria.svg Sofia, Bulgaria 108 kg170.09205.09375.09

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