Weight Class Category Rank Name Team Body Wt SQ BP DL Total Formula Point Best Best Best Women's Open 47kg class (competition by Total) 47 Open Gold Letecia Mangcao Zest Power Gym 46.01 100 52.5 125 277.5 378.98175 47 Open Silver Stephanie Wong CrossFit Mnl 45.88 80 40 117.5 237.5 325.35125 47 Open Bronze Victorina Calma Gayanes Gorillas 46.97 70 52.5 115 237.5 319.9125 47 Open 4th May Estrera Gold's Gym 41.7 70 42.5 95 207.5 302.4105 52kg class (competition by Total) 52 Open Gold Leslie Evangelista University of the Philippines 49.47 97.5 55 150 302.5 392.161 52 Open Silver Rose Guese Individual 51.85 92.5 40 115 247.5 309.474 52 Open Bronze Joanna Lao CrossFit...
Jul 27 @ 10:30 am – Jul 29 @ 6:00 pm
In weightlifting, an athlete challenges his/her limits by lifting the heaviest weight overhead for a single repetition. It’s just an amazing thing to do the impossible! Olympic weightlifting is not a popular sport in the Philippines. It just received a recent fame boost due to the recent conclusion of the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics where Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won a silver medal. We believe that we can utilize this hype as a possible slingshot to improve the status of weightlifting in the country. Aside from the popularity the sport gained, which eventually gave it an identity the general masses know, the name Hidilyn Diaz has become a common name you hear nowadays. The 2018 Hidilyn Diaz Open is an Olympic weightlifting competition aimed to attract the best of the best weightlifters all over the country. It is open to anyone, even international lifters. This will feature all 16 bodyweight categories of the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF), the IWF being the sole governing body of Olympic weightlifting in the world.