India's 14th medal in CWG, Punjab's son did wonder

India has got another bronze medal in the Commonwealth Games 2022. On Wednesday, weightlifter Lovepreet Singh did wonders in the 109 KG category and won a bronze medal for the country. So far this is India's 14th medal, while it is the fourth bronze medal. Lovepreet Singh lifted weight a total of 355 kg (163+192) in this game, which is a national record. Lovepreet Singh has broken his own record.

The same Lovepreet Singh showed a great game in the snatch round and proved successful in all three attempts. He lifted 157 Kg, 161 Kg and 163 Kg in the snatch round respectively. After this, Lovepreet also succeeded in all her three attempts in the clean and jerk round and lifted the weights of 185 Kg, 189 Kg, and 192 Kg respectively. Thus Lovepreet has lifted the total weight of 355 kg (163 + 192).

The same Lovepreet Singh was on top when he completed the final round of clean and jerk, but later other players overtook him. At the end of the game, Lovepreet, who was at the top at one point, came at number three and got a bronze medal. In this match, Cameroon's player won the gold medal, he lifted the weight of 361 KG. Whereas Samua's player won the bronze medal by lifting 358 KG.

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