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IWF Asian Championship 2024: Rosegie A. Ramos won Bronze in Total Results (Silver Medal in Snatch)

The start of the Asian Championship this year has been just what we expected and more. With more than 230 athletes from 34 countries competing, it promises to deliver one of the best competitions this year, prior to the Olympic Games, especially considering China’s absence and the chance for many underdogs to take the podium. 

One of the first great results of the Asian Championship came from Rosegie A. Ramos, who performed incredibly well in the 49 kg division and managed to win a bronze medal with a silver one for the snatch event as well.

Rosegie A. Ramos on Asia 2024, photo by

On the snatch event, Ramos showed confidence and lifted 88 kg on her third attempt – enough to give her the second spot for the movement. Things weren’t as smooth during the clean & jerk, where she managed to lift 102 kg, which left her in sixth place for that event. Regardless of the slightly worse performance during the C&J, Ramos got a total of 190 kg  – enough to give her a spot on the podium as she finished in third place. 

Prior to this year, Rosegie Ramos has made a name for herself as one of the best Filipino female weightlifters. However, after her fantastic career as a junior (becoming the Asian Junior Champion twice), she has struggled to have the same impact as an adult. Last year, she finished 7th in the World Championship in Riyad and 9th in the Asian Championship, so this third place is more than just a standard improvement – it’s a true underdog story. 


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Our coverage of the Asian Championship in Tashkent will continue until the 10th of February, so make sure to continue tracking all of the results live on our blog and social media channels to get all the latest news. And if you’re a fan of video content – our YouTube channel is there for you as well.

Read the full report about each day of the 2024 Asian Weightlifting Championships prepared by our media team. Don’t miss the opportunity to stay updated and follow this great event in the Olympic weightlifting world with us from the very beginning till the end!

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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

I’m Tanya, and I just can’t do without fitness. About six years ago, I got into Olympic weightlifting and instantly fell in love with it. Weightlifting is like no other sport – it’s just you versus the bar. Driven by my unwavering passion for an active lifestyle, I’ve been eager to share my personal journey and sports enthusiasm with others. As a journalist and photographer, my interests come full circle, adding an extra dimension to the news column that I curate. This way, I keep my readers updated with the latest happenings in the sports world.

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