The Sinclair coefficients are used to compare the results of weightlifters of various bodyweights. In the late 1970s, Roy Sinclair used the data of the world record totals in the different bodyweight categories as of the previous several years to derive the coefficients. Afterwards, these coefficients are adjusted each Olympic year. There are 2 Sinclair coefficient tables, one for men and one for women.
The Sinclair point can be calculated by multiplying the lifter's total by the corresponding Sinclair coefficient relative to the bodyweight.
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98th Men's and 32nd Women's European Weightlifting Championships (2019.04.03 - 04.13) GEO
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