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Anatoly Khrapaty

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Name  Anatoly Khrapaty

Role  Olympic athlete
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Died  August 11, 2008, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Olympic medals  Weightlifting at the 1996 Summer Olympics - Men's First Heavyweight 91-99 kg
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In memory of anatoly khrapaty 1962 2008

Anatoly Mikhaylovich Khrapaty (also Chrapaty, Russian: Анатолий Михайлович Храпатый; 20 October 1962 – 11 August 2008) was a heavyweight weightlifter who competed for the Soviet Union and Kazakhstan. Between 1984 and 1996 he won a gold and a silver Olympic medal, and five world and five European titles. He also set five world records: one in the snatch, three in the clean and jerk and one in the total.


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Kharpaty retired in 1998 to become a Kazakhstani national coach. He died at age 45, a few days before his flight to the 2008 Summer Olympics, when his motorcycle was hit by an oncoming vehicle.

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