LONDON - Chinese weightlifter Li Xueying set two new Olympic records on the way to claiming gold in the women's -58kg class on Monday. Asian Games champion Li, also the current world silver medallist, produced a stunning performance in an enthralling competition at a packed ExCeL arena. The 22-year-old recorded a combined total of 246kg after snatching 108kg and registering a best in the clean and jerk of 138kg. Both the snatch and total were Olympic records. Both the snatch and total were Olympic records. Thailand's Pimsiri Sirikaew took silver with a total of 236kg (100, 136), with Ukraine's Yuliya Kalina claiming bronze with 235kg (106, 129).