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Australian Weightlifting Federation > STATISTICS > COACH

    https://www.awf.com.au/statistics/coach/c/Pete%20Hardiman/r/1100
    State NSW Coach Qualification NCAS 1 Club Odd Socks Halterophilie

Pete's our best medal hope Daily Telegraph

    https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/petes-our-best-medal-hope/news-story/974f8c6bb1896e742794aa9fcd603600
    Hardiman, 24, is a heavyweight contender for a medal in the 105kg bodyweight division at the Australian weightlifting championships in Brisbane from August 10 to 12.

Odd Socks Halterophilie – Olympic Weightlifting Gym

    https://oddsocks.com.au/
    Pete loves to dream big and create new and exciting inventions, leading to Odd Socks being one of the most well-equipped weightlifting gyms in the world. During competition time, Pete is the chief loader, being one of the fastest and most efficient loaders in weightlifting. We had to fireproof the platform he was moving so fast.

ABOUT – Odd Socks Halterophilie

    https://oddsocks.com.au/about/
    In 2014, Pete Hardiman, Lilly Tikkanen and Steve Tikkanen opened the doors of Odd Socks Halterophilie. Their vision was to create a positive and encouraging atmosphere and to cater for athletes from all sports. Our athletes. Not only is weightlifting a great sport on its own, it is a fantastic way of improving in other sports.

Peter Hardiman - Wikipedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Hardiman
    Harold "Peter" Hardiman (20 February 1905 – 8 November 1971) was an Australian rules footballer who played with Geelong in the Victorian Football League (VFL). Although his name was Harold he was known during his football career as Peter so there would be no confusion between him and teammate Harold Craven. Hardiman played...Date of birth: 20 February 1905

Australian Weightlifting Federation > STATISTICS > LIFTER

    https://www.awf.com.au/statistics/lifter/id/346
    COMPETITION BWT SNATCHES CLEAN & JERKS SN CJ TOT DATE; Bruce Walsh Memorial and NSW Masters Championships : 102.13: 120: 155: 275: 21/04/2012: State Championships U15, U17 Junior and Senior

New South Wales Weightlifting Association > Statistics ...

    http://www.nswweightlifting.com.au/statistics/lifter/id/346
    COMPETITION BWT SNATCHES CLEAN & JERKS SN CJ TOT DATE; Bruce Walsh Memorial and NSW Masters Championships : 102.13: 120: 155: 275: 21/04/2012: State Championships U15, U17 Junior and Senior

Weightlifting Tasmania > Statistics > Results

    http://www.weightliftingtas.com/statistics/results/id/241
    Olympic Weightlifting in the State of Tasmania, Australia

Hungarian Weightlifter Janos Baranyai accident - Beijing ...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-k_yg62T2k
    Aug 19, 2008 · Beijing 2008 Frightening accident for a Hungarian athlete in weightlifting: his right arm couldn't support the weight, 148 kilograms on the bar overwhelmed Janos Baranyai during the snatch ...

1966 British Empire and Commonwealth Games - Wikipedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fencing_at_the_1966_British_Empire_and_Commonwealth_Games
    The 1966 British Empire and Commonwealth Games were held in Kingston, Jamaica, from 4 to 13 August 1966. This was the first time that the Games had been held outside the so-called White Dominions. They were followed by the 1966 Commonwealth Paraplegic Games for wheelchair athletes. Jamaica remains the only host nation of a Commonwealth Games that did not win at least one gold …Host city: Kingston, Jamaica

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