Lifting Records

Olympic Lifting Comparison – Sinclair Coefficients

January 22, 2012

The Sinclair Coefficient is a way in Olympic lifting that you can compare lifters in different weight classes.  This gives ranking bodies the abilities to rank all lifters vs. just ranking lifters in the same weight class. It is a bit mathematically complex as the formula is:  10^A(log^10 (x/b))^b  if x<b But thankfully it’s a […]

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