Pakistan’s Rabia Shahzad gets her second medal over the weekend as the youngster finished with a gold medal at the Hampshire Weightlifting Championship based on Sinclair Total.
She got the gold out of nine competitors in her group with 144.8 points. Sinclair total in based on Sinclair Coefficient that is the actual total multiplied by Sinclair Coefficient giving the Sinclair Total.
The method is defined by the International Weightlifting Federation as, “What would be the total of an athlete weighing x kg if he/she were an athlete in the heaviest class of the same level of ability? It is given by the formula: ACTUAL TOTAL x SINCLAIR COEFFICIENT = SINCLAIR TOTAL.”
Rabia had earlier gotten a silver medal at the Welsh Open in the 49kg event. She has dropped her weight from 55kg category to 49kg now.
At Hampshire Championships she lifted 40kg in snatch and 52kg in clean and jerk.