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  1. Years in Weightlifting: 1964 in Weightlifting, 1968 in Weightlifting, 1972 in Weightlifting, 1976 in Weightlifting, 1980 in Weightlifting
  2. Weightlifting by Country: Indian Weightlifters, Japanese Weightlifters, Olympic Weightlifters of India, Olympic Weightlifters of Japan
  3. Doping Cases in Weightlifting: Leonidas Sabanis, Kunjarani Devi, Caroline Pileggi, Velichko Cholakov, Ashot Danielyan, Galabin Boevski
  4. 2007 World Weightlifting Championships: Weightlifting Events at the 2007 World Weightlifting Championships
  5. Weightlifting: Webster's Timeline History, 1869 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2010-06-13
  6. The Illustrated Weightlifting Attic by Mohamed F. El-Hewie, Sjaak Smorenburg, 2010-07-15
  7. Weightlifting in Japan: Japanese Weightlifters, Olympic Weightlifters of Japan, Yoshinobu Miyake, Hiromi Miyake, Kazumasa Hirai
  8. Weight Lifting and Weight Training: A Comprehensive Guide to Increasing Your Health Through Scientifically Founded Weightlifting!
  9. The Secrets of Modern Bodybuilding : The Weightlifting & BodybuildingGuide to Creatinga Better YOU by Harvey Hartman, 2010-07-22
  10. 1998 in Weightlifting: 1998 World Weightlifting Championships, Weightlifting at the 1998 Asian Games, 1998 European Weightlifting Championships
  11. WEIGHTLIFTING 1965 - 1966 AAU OFFICIAL RULES - World, Olympic and American Records - 1964 Olympic Results - Championship Summaries by AMERICAN ATHLETIC UNION OF THE UNITED STATES, 1965-01-01
  12. Ubaldina Valoyes: Chocó, Powerlifting, 2007 Pan American Games, Summer Olympics, Olympic Weightlifting
  13. Bodybuilding. Athleticism. Weight-lifting / Bodibilding. Atletizm. Girevoy sport by Kochetkov M.A., 2010
  14. European Weightlifting Championships: 2009 European Weightlifting Championships

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102. Sauropods, Elephants, Weightlifters: Structural Issues
Discussion of structural issues for sauropod skeletons at Talk.Origins.
Sauropods, Elephants, Weightlifters
Structural Issues
by Wayne Throop [Text Last Updated: June 27, 1995] [Links Updated: March 27, 2003] Ted has advanced arguments on two areas of sauropod structure:
Ted has traditionally dismissed that any difference in limb structure between human and sauropod could be a significant factor. We can at least partly quantify that amount of leverage. It would be the ratios of the Holden Numbers of the two cases. Thus, We can see that the maximum projected mass in 1g goes up as the cube of this leverage factor. Further note that the sauropod limbs don't need to be as heavily muscled as Kazmaier's, because the sauropod has four limbs and Kazmaier is employing only two. Thus the above is assuming limbs far less muscular than Kazmaier's. In fact, given that leverage factor, each limb would need only half the muscle cross section compared to Kazmaier's leg. And finally, note that Ted's estimate of 360,000 lbs mass for ultrasaur is distinctly larger than any currently accepted figure. It was done via linear projection of a few vertebrae, not even a remotely complete skeleton, and in [tD] and [KoC],

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