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Oleksandr Pielieshenko




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Oleksandr Pielieshenko

Oleksandr Yuriyovych Pielieshenko was a distinguished Ukrainian weightlifter born on January 7, 1994. Oleksandr demonstrated exceptional prowess in the sport, claiming the title of European Champion in 2016 and 2017. He showcased his talents on the global stage at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, finishing fourth in the 85 kg category.
Oleksandr's career faced challenges when he was provisionally suspended in 2018 after testing positive for a banned substance, leading to a ban from competition. Despite these setbacks, his contributions to weightlifting remained significant, highlighted by his performances at major championships.
Tragically, Oleksandr's life took a heroic turn when he joined the Ukrainian Armed Forces at the onset of the Russian invasion in February 2022. He was killed in action on May 5, 2024, marking a profound loss not only to the sports world but also to his nation. Oleksandr was the first Olympian to be killed in the Russo-Ukrainian War, remembered for his dedication to both his sport and his country.
Throughout his career, Oleksandr left an indelible mark on the world of Olympic weightlifting, with his performances still resonating in the memory of sports enthusiasts around the globe.

About Oleksandr Pielieshenko

Competitions

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Olympic Games

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Earliest competition

2017-04-01

Oldest competition

2010-05-18

Medals in the total

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Medals in the snatch

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Medals in the Clean & Jerk

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Most recent international best place finishes of Oleksandr Pielieshenko

Snatch and clean & jerk evolution

Number of competitions per weight cat.

Snatch and clean & jerk ratios evolution

All time best of Oleksandr Pielieshenko

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Snatch ratio

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Total ratio

Weight cat. Average snatch success Average snatch failure Average CJ success Average CJ failure Competitions
69 66.67 33.33 100.00 0.00 1
77 83.34 16.67 83.34 16.67 2
85 72.22 27.78 44.45 55.56 6

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


74.08%

Oleksandr

63.87%

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CJ attempts


59.26%

Oleksandr

62.22%

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All attempts


66.67%

Oleksandr

62.01%

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Snatch | Success rates

1st attempts (S)


77.78%

Oleksandr

78.38%

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2nd attempts (S)


66.67%

Oleksandr

64.82%

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3rd attempts (S)


77.78%

3rd attempt

48.22%

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Clean and jerk | Success rates

1st attempts (CJ)


66.67%

Oleksandr

81.97%

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2nd attempts (CJ)


55.56%

Oleksandr

64.21%

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3rd attempts (CJ)


55.56%

Oleksandr

39.41%

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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.

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