Head of SWO,extends condolence at Rahman passes away

Deputy Minister and head of SWO has extended his is deepest condolences to the Iranian nation and sports community at the passing of two-time Paralympic champion Power-lifter Siamand Rahman.

“He with overcoming on cold and heavy iron weights, at the Paralympic, World, Para Asian and other international competitions and standing on the championship platform as well as raising the holy flag of the Islamic Republic in different international arenas, merely in the best way despite physical limitations, It meant wanting to be able’. I extended my deepest condolences to his family sports community of disabled people and esteemed colleagues of SWO at the passing of two-time Paralympic champion power-lifter Siamand Rahman. Siamand Rahman, known as the world’s strongest Paralympian, passed away at the age of 31 after a heart attack on Sunday, 1 March, in his hometown Oshnavieh. Siamand had won gold medals at the 2012 Summer Paralympics in London and 2016 Summer Paralympics in Rio. He also won the 2010 Asian Para Games in Guangzhou. He was the current Powerlifting World Record holder in the +107 kilogram category with a 310-kilogram bench press record, and held the junior world record with 290 kilograms, and the Paralympic Championship Record with 310 kilograms. Rahman was the first Paralympic lifter who has benched 270 kilograms.

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