Lasha Talakhadze : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Career
Lasha Talakhadze is a Georgian weightlifter know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Career
|Birthdate ( Age)||2 October 1993|
|Place of Birth||Sachkhere, Georgia|
|Parents||Name not known|
|Net Worth||$ 5 Million|
|Last Update||August 2021|
Lasha Talakhadze is a Georgian weightlifter, two-time Olympic Champion, four-time World Champion, and five-time European Champion competing in the super-heavyweight category.He is a three-time winner of the IWF Male Lifter of the Year and the current world-record holder in the snatch (223 kg), the clean and jerk (265 kg) and the total (488 kg).
Lasha Talakhadze with Wife
Because of his consistent tournament success and breaking of numerous world records, he is considered by many to be the greatest super-heavyweight weightlifter of all time.
Early Life and Family
Lasha Talakhadze born on 2 October 1993 in Sachkhere, Georgia.He Coached by Giorgi Asanidze.Talakhadze represented Georgia at the 2015 World Weightlifting Championships, and originally finished second with a total of 454 kg.In December 2015, Aleksey Lovchev (the original gold medalist and world record holder in the clean & jerk and total) failed a drug test,for Ipamorelin.The IWF stripped his gold medal and rescinded his world records, and as a result Talakhadze became world champion.
Lasha Talakhadze Wife
Lasha Talakhadze is married with Ani Demuria.Ani Demuria and Lasha Talakhadze met for the first time two years ago in Batumi. Their love story was kept a secret for a long time-in fact up until the couple became engaged.
Lasha Talakhadze Net Worth
Lasha Talakhadze is a Georgian weightlifter, two-time Olympic Champion, four-time World Champion, and five-time European Champion competing in the super-heavyweight category who has an estimated Net Worth of $5 million in 2021.
At the 2016 Olympics he completed a snatch of 215 kg to break the world record of 214 kg set by Behdad Salimi (who took the record back with 216 kg, equaling the all-time highest set by Antonio Krastev of Bulgaria in 1987). In the clean & jerk portion of the competition, Behdad Salimi initially completed a 245 kg lift on his second attempt, but it was overruled by the 5 member jury,and was unable to complete his third attempt of 245 kg. Lasha then completed his next lift of 247 kg, giving him the lead after Salimi did not make a lift. He then completed a clean & jerk of 258 kg to set a new world record total of 473 kg and won the gold medal by a 22 kg margin over silver medallist Gor Minasyan.
At the 2017 World Weightlifting Championships, Talakhadze broke his own snatch record with 220 kg,giving him a 9 kg lead over former world record holder Behdad Salimi. In the clean & jerk portion of the competition he lifted 257 kg which set a new world record for the total with 477 kg, also breaking the all-time highest total of Leonid Taranenko from 1988.In the competition he won all three gold medals, set 2 world records and had a 23 kg lead over the silver medalist Saeid Alihosseini.
Fresh off of his victory at the 2019 European Weightlifting Championships, he again looked like the heavy favorite to win his fourth World Championships. During the snatch portion of the 2019 World Weightlifting Championships he completed a 215 kg lift which secured him a gold medal, his third lift of 220 kg tied his performance at the 2017 World Weightlifting Championships, where he lifted 220 kg in the old 105 kg category, as the heaviest snatch of all time.
During the clean & jerk portion he secured gold medals in the total and clean & jerk with his second lift of 255 kg.His third lift of 264 kg in the clean & jerk set a new world record in the clean & jerk and total, his total of 484 kg is the highest total recorded in international competition in history.
His 217 kg snatch at the 2017 European Weightlifting Championships and 2018 World Weightlifting Championships is the fifth highest weight ever lifted in the snatch, surpassed only by four of his own, 218 kg at the 2019 European Weightlifting Championships and 220 kg at the 2017 World Weightlifting Championships and 2019 World Weightlifting Championships which is the joint second highest snatch of all time. His 222 kg snatch at the 2021 European Weightlifting Championships is the highest of all time.
Talakhadze set the new record in the super-heavyweight, over-109-kilogram category with apparent ease even though he had to lift three times in a row because his entry weight was higher than anything attempted by his rivals.Talakhadze has a commanding lead of 23 kilograms at the halfway point of the competition with Ali Davoudi of Iran in second before the clean and jerk.