Last Updated on January 17, 2023 by Andrew Pirie
Philippines Powerlifting 2018
Kitakyushu 2018: Siamand Rahman delivers
Iranian comfortably wins the continental title and targets an attack on the world record.
Siamand Rahman may not have broken a record this time.
Still, his sole presence put him in the spotlight as he comfortably won the men’s over 107kg. On the final day (September 12) of competition at the Asia-Oceania Open Championships in Kitakyushu, Japan.
The world’s strongest Paralympian lifted 280 kg in his second round.
He then surprisingly failed his attempt at 285 kg. But the Iranian Ppowerlifter is not worried. His goal was to win the title and achieve qualification for Tokyo 2020, and he did.
“I will put my gold medal together with my others in my room,” Rahman said.
Rahman may not have broken a record this time. But his sole presence put him in the spotlight as he comfortably won the gold medal.
The world’s strongest Paralympian won the Gold thanks to a 280 kg lift in the men’s over 107kg.
According to the competition’s official website. The world and Paralympic record holder lifted 270kg in his first move to secure the gold medal in the first step.
The 30-year-old Iranian hoisted 280kg in the second attempt. And then lost 285kg in the last move since he didn’t need to put more pressure on himself.
“I will put my gold medal together with my others in my room,” Rahman told Paralympic.org.
Powerlifting Philippines – 11 YRS OLD JOSE DAYAO 111 ‘SUPERBOY’ OF PHILIPPINE SPORTS Powerlifting and Chess
‘Super Boy of Philippine Sports, Jose Masangkay Dayao 111, will play his two favorite sports, the Powerlifting event & the Chess Tournament.
The 11 yr old student of Legarda Elementary School (LES) & Team Cyber Muscle Gym has two divisions of Philippine Powerlifting records.
In the 33kg Boy’s developmental divisions, he holds the record for (Philippines Bench press-38kg, Deadlift-75.5kg, and Total-165.5kg).
He also holds the new Philippine record in the 38kg Boy’s developmental category (Squat-70kg, Philippines Bench press-38kg, Total-188kg).
Dayao is one the best youngest Powerlifter today and World Sub-junior silver medalist Veronica Ompod-43kg, 17 yrs of age of Leyte sports academy (LSA).
Asian Silver medalist Aeron Casamayor 18 yrs old-53kg men’s junior division of Teresa Bodyworx & Daisy Grace Lipasana 52kg women’s junior division of University of Santo Tomas (UST).
Father coach Cirilo Dayao said he trains his son five times a week with a Powerlifting program, his youngest son Jose 111, is one of our future world champions & prospective world record holders.
Coach Dayao is humble thanks to Ramon Debuque & Eddie Torres PAP, President (Powerlifting Association of the Philippines), who also gave the powerlifting m of Powerliuper Boy’ Jose Dayao 111 practice weightlifting and chess with his longtime Father, coach Cirilo.
He is going to play in the 3rd MCCA Non-master 2000 invitational Chess challenge on July 14, 2018, at Caloocan city, PCA 120th Edition Non-master 1950 & Kiddies U14 1900 Chess Tournament on July 21, 2018, at SM Bicutan, and Chess Circle Rapid Tournament on August 5, 2018, at Meralco multi-purpose hall.
He also plans to go to her Super champion & Olympic Silver medalist ate Hidilyn Diaz, to teach him a better weightlifter.
Powerlifting Philippines –JOSE “SUNDAY” MASANGKAY DAYAO 111 ‘SUPERBOY’ OF PHILIPPINE SPORTS
Men’s division of Zest Power gym
- Mark Abad-74kg Open division,
- Vlademeer Sorezo-83kg master 1 division
- Edgardo Munar-74kg master 2 division
- Rolando Maye- master 2 division
- Romeo Tayawa-59kg master 1 division,
Women’s division gold medalist champion
- Achelle Guion-47kg open & master 1 division
- Chelsea Cacho-47kg novice division of Gayanes Gorillas gym
- Grace Del Barrio-63kg High school division (SEATTI)
- Danielle Maxine Fugen-72kg college division (University of Asia Pacific), Joyce Gail Reboton-72kg open division.
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