Weightlifting at the 2032 Brisbane Olympics
The 2032 Brisbane Olympics will be the first time that weightlifting has been included in the Olympic Games since the 2024 Paris Olympics. Weightlifting is a sport that has been around for centuries and is one of the oldest competitive sports in the world. It is a sport that tests the strength and power of athletes and is a popular event at the Olympic Games.
The 2032 Brisbane Olympics will feature two weightlifting events: the men’s and women’s weightlifting competitions. The men’s competition will consist of eight weight classes, ranging from 56kg to 105kg. The women’s competition will consist of seven weight classes, ranging from 48kg to 87kg. Each weight class will have three lifts: the snatch, the clean and jerk, and the total. The athletes will be judged on their technique, form, and strength.
The rules for weightlifting at the 2032 Brisbane Olympics will be the same as those used in the 2024 Paris Olympics. The athletes will be required to wear protective clothing, such as a weightlifting belt and wrist wraps, and will be subject to drug testing. The athletes will also be required to adhere to the