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The men's +105kg group is not messing around. A number of competitors have already completed +200kg lifts in the snatch. Behdad Salimi has joined the fun, starting with a 206kg snatch. But the lead continues to be thrown around.
Salimi takes the lead from the group with a 211kg snatch. That's just 1kg away from the Olympic record.
Lasha Talakhadze sets a world record with a 215kg snatch. . . then Salimi takes the world record from him with a 216kg snatch just a minute later. That gives him a 1kg lead heading into the clean and jerk.
Salimi is the world record holder in the snatch, but has been having a tough time in the clean and jerk. Two no lifts for Salimi, making things very interesting in his final attempt at the clean and jerk.
A world record a half hour ago, now Salimi has bombed out. The reigning gold medalist is out.
Peter Nagy of Hungary is in the lead in group B after his third snatch of 193kg.
Rustam Djangabaev of Uzbekistan takes the lead heading into the clean and jerk with a snatch of 195kg.
Aliaksei Mzhachyk is currently sitting in first place after a clean and jerk with a total of 411kg. Peter Nagy (the leader after the snatch) also has 411kg, with two lifts remaining.
First belonged to Nagy momentarily. His second clean and jerk of 227kg push his total to 420kg. Rustam Djangabaev stepped up next and took first away with a clean and jerk of 230kg for a new total of 425kg.
In his third attempt, Djangabaev raised his total to 432kg with a clean and jerk of 237kg. He leads at the conclusion of Group B.