Performance profile

Maude Charron




Performance profile of Maude Charron




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Maude Charron

Maude Charron, olympic weightlifter, performance profile on Ironwise.
Discover Maude Charron (born April 4, 1993) performance profile, a Canadian weightlifter from Rimouski, Quebec. She transitioned from CrossFit to weightlifting in 2014 and swiftly rose through the ranks, winning the Canadian national championship in the 63 kg category in 2016. In 2018, she won gold at the Commonwealth Games. Her crowning achievement came in 2021 when she won gold at the Tokyo Olympic Games in the 64 kg category, marking a significant moment for Canadian weightlifting. Charron is also known for advocating for more support for female athletes.
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Oldest competition : 2015-05-15
Earliest competition : 2023-12-04

All time best

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Average BW efficiency

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Snatch ratio

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Total ratio

Success rates

Snatch attempts


75.56%

Maude

68.16%

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CJ attempts


77.78%

Maude

67.80%

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All attempts


76.67%

Maude

67.98%

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Snatch | Success rates

1st attempts (S)


73.33%

Maude

82.39%

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2nd attempts (S)


80%

Maude

69.50%

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3rd attempts (S)


73.33%

3rd attempt

52.58%

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Clean and jerk | Success rates

1st attempts (CJ)


86.67%

Maude

87.29%

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2nd attempts (CJ)


76.67%

Maude

69.29%

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3rd attempts (CJ)


70%

Maude

46.82%

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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.