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Grand Prix II, Day 2 Recap – Women’s 45 kg Results

The second day of the Grand Prix II in Qatar excited us with remarkable results in both Women’s categories of 45 kg and 49 kg. Especially, we expected a real battle in the 49-kg Olympic weight category that promised to be tough enough.

Highlights of the Category Women’s 45 kg: Never Seen Before Battle with Two Winners in Default

This competition day was quite unusual in the 45-kg weight class: there were just two participants who needed to settle between themselves who would win gold and who would be a silver medalist.

So, the gold winner became Won Hyon Sim who got a gold medal in Snatch of 82 kg, Clean&Jerk of 99 kg, and 181 kg total.

The second place moved to a lifter from the Philippines, Ramos Amis Rose Jean who performed a total of 155 kg, 70 kg in Snatch, and 85 kg in Clean&Jerk. 


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Ramos Amis Rose Jean in 2021 at Asian Championships
Ramos Amis Rose Jean in 2021 at Asian Championships

By the way, Ramos Amis won silver at the Asian Champs in 2023 which was her first international senior medal. Earlier, she competed in the Junior Championships and showed great results by winning gold. Her total of 161 kg is a national record that she made at Asians in 2023. 

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Tanya Shaiko

Author: Tanya Shaiko
News Editor, Olympic Lifting Enthusiast

Oly Lifting Experience: 6 years
Best ResultsSnatch – 61 kg,
C&J – 78 kg

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