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    نواب نصیرشلال


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    (Wikipedia) - Navab Nassirshalal Navab Nassirshalal Personal information Full name Nationality Born Education Alma mater Height Weight Sport Country Sport Event(s) Club Coached by Medal record
    Navab Nassirshalal at 2012 Summer Olympic
    Navab Nassirshalal
     Iran
    (1989-04-01) April 1, 1989 (age 25) Ahvaz, Iran
    Physical education
    Islamic Azad University Masjed Soleyman Branch
    1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
    104 kg (229 lb)
     Iran
    Weightlifting
    105 kg
    Melli Haffari Company Ahvaz Sports Club
    Kourosh Bagheri
    Competitor for  Iran Men’s weightlifting Olympic Games Asian Championships
    Silver 2012 London 105 kg
    Bronze 2009 Taldykorgan 94 kg
    Updated on 26 July 2012.

    Navab Nassirshalal (Persian: نواب نصیرشلال‎, pronounced ; born 1 April 1989) is an Iranian weightlifter who won a silver medal in the men''s 105 kg event at the 2012 Summer Olympics. He began weightlifting at the age of 15 and has also won a bronze medal in the 94 kg class snatch at the 2007 Asian Weightlifting Championships, silver in the 94 kg clean and jerk and bronze overall at the 2009 edition, and gold in the 105kg category in 2012.

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    Early life

    Nassirshalal was born on April 1, 1989 in Ahvaz and raised in Masjed Soleyman in the Khuzestan Province of Iran. He started weightlifting because of his father at the age of 15, out of the National Iranian Oil Company club in the oil-rich city of Masjed Soleyman. As of 2012 he is studying physical education at the Islamic Azad University Masjed Soleyman Branch and is coached by Kourosh Bagheri of the Iranian national team, a two-time Asian and 2001 World Champion in the 94 kg division. He is a member of Melli Haffari Company Ahvaz Sports Club.

    Career

    Nassirshalal made his international debut at the 2006 World Junior Weightlifting Championships in the 94 kg category, where he placed fifth. He earned two bronze medals at the 2007 edition, as well as silver at the 2007 Asian Junior Weightlifting Championships. He also competed at the Asian Championships senior level that year, winning bronze in the 94 kg class snatch. He won another bronze medal at the 2008 World Junior Championship before advancing permanently to the senior division in 2009, where he took silver in the 94 kg clean and jerk and bronze overall at the 2009 Asian Weightlifting Championships. After skipping the 2010 season and switching to the 105 kg division, he next appeared at the 2011 World Weightlifting Championships, placing sixth overall. He won his first international gold medal at the 2012 Asian Weightlifting Championships in the 105 kg snatch category. A technical error in the clean and jerk portion, however, left him out of contention for any more medals at this tournament. He was then selected to compete at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London where, despite competing with an aching knee, he won a silver medal in the 105 kg division, behind Oleksiy Torokhtiy of Ukraine.

    Major results Year Venue Weight Record (kg) / Rank Snatch Cl&Jerk Total Olympic Games World Championships Asian Championships World Junior Championships
    2012 London, Great Britain 105 kg 184 / 6 227 / 2 411 / 2 !
    2011 Paris, France 105 kg 180 / 7 223 / 5 403 / 6
    2007 Tai''an, China 94 kg 154 / 3 ! 191 / 6 345 / 4
    2009 Taldykorgan, Kazakhstan 94 kg 169 / 5 207 / 2 ! 376 / 3 !
    2012 Pyeongtaek, South Korea 105 kg 187 / 1 ! No mark No mark
    2006 Hangzhou, China 94 kg 156 / 7 194 / 5 350 / 5
    2007 Prague, Czech Republic 94 kg 161 / 3 ! 193 / 5 354 / 3 !
    2008 Cali, Colombia 94 kg 164 / 3 ! 199 / 3 ! 363 / 3 !

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