Sarah Robles of the United States starts off with a snatch of 118kg.
Robles completes her second snatch at 122kg.
Robles is PUMPED UP after a 126kg snatch. That puts her in good shape for now.
Meng Suping of China takes over first with a snatch of 130kg.
North Korea's Kim Kuk Hyang in the lead with 131kg heading into the clean and jerk.
Robles completes a 151kg lift in her first attempt at the clean and jerk to set her total at 277kg.
Robles lifts 155kg in her second clean and jerk to get her total to 281kg. She's in first, but Kim Kuk Hyang and Meng Suping are still to come.
Robles completes a 160kg clean and jerk. Her total is now at 286kg. She remains in first place and may have clinched a medal.
Yaniuska Isabel Espinosa of Venezuela has the lead heading into the clean and jerk with a snatch of 121kg. Her teammate Naryury Alexandra Perez Reveron is in second with 117kg.
Despite failing to lift 141kg, Yosra Dhieb currently sits in first place with a total of 249kg (her second clean and jerk attempt was 138kg).
So much for that lead. Yaniuska Isabel Espinosa was successful with a first clean and jerk attempt at 145kg. That brings her total up to 266kg.
Espinosa is holding on to the group B lead with a total of 270kg after a 149kg clean and jerk.
Espinosa is NOT messing around. She cements her group B lead with a clean and jerk of 152kg and a total of 273kg.