After snatching 211 kg, Russia's Aleksey Lovchev went 242 kg and 248 kg, before calling for and nailing this whopping 264 kg--breaking the superheavyweight world record in the total, along with the world record in the clean and jerk at the 2015 IWF World Championships, Houston, Texas.
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