You only add your numbers by 15% boost your ego. Way too many variables to say this. Here’s just one in my case, i am better than some guys i train with at the same height, same weight but i have slightly bigger quads and glutes whereas they have a slightly bigger upper body. Olsson can’t clean 150, looks at some vid on youtube on him hang cleaning 80, even on that weight his legs are starting to drift to the sides.
Let’s put it this way, WR clean and jerk is 197kg for 69BW by a chinese guy. This is likely worth a 175-80 power clean, then this guy was only 163cm tall making him much more efficient to lift than olsson at 190 something. The chinese guy lifts stupid amounts each week and olsson wouldnt/couldnt. And according to your theory if they were equal height Olsson would actually have a higher powerclean than the WR holder @ same weight. Then Theres the subject of all lifters being on all sorts of drugs. Maybe olsson did a clean pull then claimed on a good day he could catch it, i know idiots that do this.
I’m not saying that world records should be calibrated to height, just that height is a factor to consider when evaluating lifting stats, just like bodyweight is.
Who would you want on your sprint or jumps roster: someone with a PC of 140kg at 80kg and 180cm for a ratio of 1.75, or someone having a PC of 140kg at 85kg and 195cm for a ratio of 1.65? I’d rather have the guy who can lift the same weight but is 15cm taller.
If you add 10% to the 195cm athlete’s PC, his ratio becomes 1.81 (154/85). I think that is more indicative of the relative power between the two athletes. You wouldn’t agree?