BREAKING WEIGHTLIFTING NEWS – CJ Cummings wins 2017 Junior World Championship!

Check out the videos of his impressive lifts.

CJ Cummings wins his fourth world title overall (2-time Youth, 2-time Junior)! 

He was in fourth place at the end of the Snatch, lifting 138kg. This put him 9kg behind Japan’s Masanori Miyamoto who managed 147kg on his third attempt. Cummings clean & jerked 173kg and then 183kg to win the title by 1kg over Miyamoto.

CJ Cummings was also the youngest competitor in the session.

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