China News Service, Beijing, July 31st. Beijing time. On the 31st of Beijing time, in the men's weightlifting 81 kg final of the Tokyo Olympics, Chinese athlete Lu Xiaojun won the championship with 170 kg snatch, 204 kg clean and jerk, and a total score of 374 kg. , The total score broke the Olympic record.

This is the 21st gold medal of the Chinese delegation in this Olympic Games.

  Lu Xiaojun is the holder of two world records for clean and jerk and total score. Born in 1984, he is already a veteran, but he has maintained a good competitive state in recent years.

  At the 2012 London Olympics, Lu Xiaojun, who made his debut at the Olympics, showed his general demeanor. He broke his world record with 175 kg in snatch and 204 kg in clean and jerk. The total score of 379 kg broke the world record and the Olympic record. The gold medal is in the bag.

  After entering the Tokyo cycle, despite getting older and getting more injuries, Lv Xiaojun did not experience a sharp decline in his state.

In 2018, the International Lifting Federation made adjustments to the heavyweight class, and Lv Xiaojun was upgraded to the 81 kg class.

Lu Xiaojun is in the game.

  In the weightlifting world championships held in 2018, he ranked first with a total score of 374 kg, and also set a world record for the total score of 81 kg.

In the 2019 Gymnastics World Championships, he even won three championships in snatch (171 kg), clean and jerk (207 kg), and total score (378 kg), setting two world records for clean and jerk and total score.

  For the Tokyo Olympics, Lu Xiaojun added another Olympic gold medal to his honor book. Congratulations to Lu Xiaojun!

Tribute to the veteran!