- The four-time British hero wins another Games record of 325kg.
- After his grip and quick lifting, he heaves up and lets out a thunder of sensations.
- Following the securing of the gold decoration.
Chris Murray led halfway after completing a 144kg hold, with Australian Kyle Bruce his closest challenger.
Fall flat twice to lift 147 kg.
In the fast lift, Murray bit by bit through without a bunch of red lights, lifting 174kg, 178kg and 181kg on the main efforts before the strain fell on the shoulders of Bruce and Nicolas Vachon.
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The Aussie actually completed a 180kg fast lift and initially received three endorsements for his 183kg effort, which would have put him in the gold medal position.
Either way, the jury overturned the result after a slight twist of Bruce’s left elbow, leaving Vachon as the main challenger for the top position, and the Canadian risked it all with 187kg.
Vachon was milliseconds away from completing the lift anyway lost his grip to settle for the bronze medal with a sum of 320kg, while Bruce took silver with 323kg.
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