SEOUL (Yonhap) — Kim Hyo-en, 20, of Korea Gymnastics, won three gold medals in the women’s heaviest weight class (87 kg and above) at the 2023 Asian Junior Weightlifting Championships .Kim finished first in the women’s 87kg and over category at the tournament in Delhi, India, on Thursday (Nov. 4) with a lift of 109kg, a snatch of 141kg and a total of 250kg.At the Olympic and Asian Games, medals are awarded for the total, but at the Asian Junior Weightlifting Championships, medals are awarded for the lifts, snatch, and total .Kim fought hard against Wang Ling-Jen (Chinese Taipei).In the impression, Kim lifted 109 kilograms to defeat Wang Ling-jeon, who 스포츠토토링크 lifted 108 kilograms, and in the keirin, Kim edged Wang Ling-jeon, who lifted 140 kilograms, by one kilogram. In the total, Kim won with 250 kilograms, beating Wang Lingzhen’s 248 kilograms by two kilograms. Last year in this weight class, Park Hye-jung (Goyang City Hall) took first place in all three categories with 115 kg in the vault, 155 kg in the beam and 270 kg in the total. In 2018 and 2019, Lee Sun-mi (Ulsan Metropolitan City Hall) took the top spot in the heaviest weight class. In 2020 and 2021, the competition was not held due to the effects of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).South Korea has been crowned the Asian Junior Weightlifting Championships women’s heavyweight champion four times in a row.