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Jiwon Lee




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Jiwon Lee

Jiwon Lee, olympic weightlifter from Canada, performance profile on Ironwise.
Discover Jiwon Lee performance profile, a Canadian weightlifter born on June 11, 1994 in Ontario. He is a member of the Burlington barbell Club. In 2023, he became Ontario champion in the -73 kg category. Jiwon is an athlete with a lot of potential, balancing his personnal/professionnal life with his passion for olympic weightlifting.

Evolution of snatch and clean & jerk

# COMPETITIONS : 0
OLDEST COMPETITION : 2017-04-08
EARLIEST COMPETITION : 2024-03-31

Number of competitions per weight cat.

Evolution of snatch and clean & jerk ratios

All time best

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Average BW efficiency

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Snatch ratio

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CJ ratio

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Total ratio

Weight cat. Average snatch success Average snatch failure Average CJ success Average CJ failure Competitions
67 77.78 22.22 88.89 11.11 3
69 100.00 0.00 66.67 33.33 1
73 69.70 30.30 48.48 51.52 11
77 66.67 33.33 50.00 50.00 4
81 61.91 38.09 71.43 28.57 7

Snatch | Valid and failed attempts per weight cat.

CJ | Valid and failed attempts per weight cat.

Sinclair vs QPoints accross competitions

Success rates

Snatch attempts


69.23%

Jiwon

67.57%

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CJ attempts


60.26%

Jiwon

66.85%

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All attempts


64.10%

Jiwon

67.21%

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Snatch | Success rates

1st attempts (S)


84.62%

Jiwon

83.3%

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2nd attempts (S)


73.08%

Jiwon

70.42%

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3rd attempts (S)


50.00%

3rd attempt

48.99%

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Clean and jerk | Success rates

1st attempts (CJ)


88.46%

Jiwon

86.47%

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2nd attempts (CJ)


53.85%

Jiwon

69.20%

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3rd attempts (CJ)


36.00%

Jiwon

44.87%

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Percentiles | Weight lifted for the snatch

Athlete is in the top % among all athletes that competed in the same categories as him during his career.

Clean and jerk variability is — better than global clean and jerk variability.

Attempts variability is — better than global attempts variability.