Belkin, Yuriy deadlift RAW 418kg - New Russian All Time record!

Create: 06/05/2016 - 17:59
Yuriy deadlifted 921 pounds @ only 223 pounds! - New Russian All Time record!

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Submitted by Derek Worden on
Not to mention an all time RAW record in the 242 class regardless of federation. He beat Konstantine Pozdeev's 893 by a wide margin, Amazing lift! He was only 3 pounds too heavy body-weight to have it counted in 220 and beat Ed Coan's old record. This is also the heaviest 4x body-wieght dead-lift of all time, and to top it all off he did it belt-less, astounding!

Submitted by Altered Beast on
[quote=Derek Worden]Not to mention an all time RAW record in the 242 class regardless of federation. He beat Konstantine Pozdeev's 893 by a wide margin, Amazing lift! He was only 3 pounds too heavy body-weight to have it counted in 220 and beat Ed Coan's old record. This is also the heaviest 4x body-wieght dead-lift of all time, and to top it all off he did it belt-less, astounding![/quote] Ed Coan only competed full power, never a single lift meet; therefore, if it was a Deadlift Only lift, than it doesn't break Coan's record.

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Submitted by ifwade on
That is a simply astounding pull. I'd think this might be the heaviest beltless pull of all time? And I believe it may also be the heaviest raw sumo deadlift of all time, though I may recall someone else pulling 410 kgs sumo--the name escapes me at the moment. [quote=Altered Beast][quote=Derek Worden]Not to mention an all time RAW record in the 242 class regardless of federation. He beat Konstantine Pozdeev's 893 by a wide margin, Amazing lift! He was only 3 pounds too heavy body-weight to have it counted in 220 and beat Ed Coan's old record. This is also the heaviest 4x body-wieght dead-lift of all time, and to top it all off he did it belt-less, astounding![/quote] Ed Coan only competed full power, never a single lift meet; therefore, if it was a Deadlift Only lift, than it doesn't break Coan's record.[/quote] Well, regardless--it's clearly stated that he weighed 223 lbs, so there's no point quibbling over whether or not it was a full meet or not. :) That said, powerliftingwatch does not discriminate between full meet and deadlift only records, so if it were done in a full meet, it would break Ed Coan's record *on the powerliftingwatch.com records list.* That's a different thing from being the heaviest full meet deadlift at 220, or whatever thing you were referring to. If you actually literally meant Coan's record (the USPF record), then no--it wouldn't break that at all no matter his weight or whether it was full meet, since this lift is not done in the USPF.

Submitted by Altered Beast on
That is absolutely insane!!!! Sumo too! What are these Russian lifters made of? *Curious if it was Deadlift only or Full Power; however, either way that is insane.

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Submitted by Altered Beast on
[quote=Konstantin Zhekov]2 ifwade No, it was not the heaviest beltless deadlift. At least Konstantin Konstantinovs from Latvia lifted more: 426 @ 127.9 raw without the belt in 2009 ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wh-ikyBAQr8 ) [/quote] KK also Pulled that weight in a Full Power Meet =) FYI, KK is my favorite lifter and he's also 100% Russian. He currently works in Latvia and lives there and has for quite some time; however, he is Russian born and grew up in Russia.

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Submitted by ifwade on
[quote=Konstantin Zhekov]2 ifwade No, it was not the heaviest beltless deadlift. At least Konstantin Konstantinovs from Latvia lifted more: 426 @ 127.9 raw without the belt in 2009 ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wh-ikyBAQr8 ) [/quote] Of course you are right--I don't know how I forgot this, but obviously we all know KK's big deadlift! Hiding in plain sight. :)