Participants

Marie-Eve BEAUCHEMIN-NADEAU

Marie-Eve BEAUCHEMIN-NADEAU
    Weightlifting
Birth Date:  13 Oct 1988
Place of Birth:  MONTREAL
Country of birth:  CAN
Age:  29
Gender:   Female
Height (cm):  166
Weight (Kg):  75

Events and Medals


Sport Event Rank
WLF Weightlifting Women's 75kg 2 Silver

Marie-Eve BEAUCHEMIN-NADEAU - Records

Record Event Mark Date Location
GR Weightlifting 140kg. 29 July, 2014 Glasgow (SCO)
CR Weightlifting 250kg. 29 July, 2014 Glasgow (SCO)
GR Weightlifting 250kg. 29 July, 2014 Glasgow (SCO)

Marie-Eve BEAUCHEMIN-NADEAU - Schedule


Schedule
Time Event Status
Sun, 8 Apr 18:30
Gold Medal Event Women's 75kg Final
Finished

Legend

CR: Commonwealth Record
GR: Commonwealth Games Record

Biographical Information


Highlights
Commonwealth Games
Year Location Event Rank Snatch Clean & Jerk Result
2014 Glasgow, SCO Women's 75kg 1 110 140 250
2010 Delhi, IND Women's 75kg 2 99 126 225

Olympic Games
Year Location Event Rank Snatch Clean & Jerk Result
2016 Rio de Janeiro, BRA Women's 69kg 9 98 130 228
2012 London, GBR Women's 69kg 6 104 135 239

World Championships
Year Location Event Rank Snatch Clean & Jerk Result
2017 Anaheim, USA Women's 75kg 7 99 128 227
2015 Houston, USA Women's 63kg 20 97 124 221
2014 Almaty, KAZ Women's 75kg 9 102 133 235
2013 Wroclaw, POL Women's 75kg 5 106 135 241
2011 Paris, FRA Women's 69kg 15 100 128 228
2010 Antalya, TUR Women's 75kg 13 98 125 223
2009 Goyang, KOR Women's 69kg 12 97 121 218
2007 Chiang Mai, THA Women's 69kg 23 87 105 192
2006 Santo Domingo, DOM Women's 69kg 18 88 110 198

Hobbies: Watching movies, reading, cooking (olympic.ca, Aug 2016)
Occupation: Physician (lapresse.ca, 10 Aug 2016)
Education: Medicine (Doctorate)/family medicine (Diploma) at Universite de Sherbrooke, QC; College des medecins du Quebec, Canada
Languages spoken: English, French
Coach: PERSONAL: Guy MARINEAU (CAN) (halterophiliecanada.ca, Jan 2017)
Injuries: Had elbow surgery in June 2015 and returned to training the following month. Shoulder and knee surgery in 2015. (lereflet.qc.ca, 03 Apr 2016; brossardeclair.ca, 10 Jul 2015)
Reason: "In high school I was doing track and field, 60m, 100m and 200m dash. My coach told me to go do weightlifting to enhance my power for the starts, so I went to the newly opened weightlifting club. I was 15 and didn’t even know what weightlifting was. I continued to do weightlifting and sprinting at the same time for one year, then stopped sprinting to concentrate on weightlifting." (firstpull.net, 5 Aug 2014)
Hero: "My first ever role model as a weightlifter was Danielle GAGNON (CAN) from my club. I said to myself that if I was ever going to be as strong as her, I would be very strong. She was actually a provincial level lifter. It seemed to me that comparing myself or looking up to an Olympian was an unattainable objective." (firstpull.net, 5 Aug 2014)
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Legend

Gold: Gold
Silver: Silver
Bronze: Bronze
Gold Medal Event: Gold Medal Event
Bronze Medal Event: Bronze Medal Event

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