Jeremy Lalrinnunga honoured India in weightlifting after Mirabai, won gold medal

India won the second gold and overall 5th medal in the Commonwealth Games. Weightlifter Jeremy Lalrinnunga did not give up despite getting injured in the middle of the match and made a golden success in the men's 67 kg category. He lifted 140 kg in snatch and 160 kg in clean and jerk. In this way, he lifted a total of 300 KG and won the gold medal. Samoa's Waivapa Aione (293 KG) won the silver.

Jeremy lifted a weight of 136 kg in his first attempt in the snatch and has come to the gold medal position. In the second attempt, he strengthened her position by lifting 140 kg weight and making a Games record. Jeremy made the third attempt at 143 kg weight but he could not succeed in it.

The Indian weightlifter has also lifted 154 kg in his first attempt of clean and jerk and 160 kg in his second attempt. In the third attempt, he tried a weight of 164 KG but could not succeed now. However, despite this, he has also won gold in his name. Jeremy was injured during his first clean and jerk attempt. Despite this, he went to lift twice more.

Jeremy Lalrinnunga is the gold medalist of the 2018 Youth Olympics. Along with this, he has also won gold in the 2021 Commonwealth Championship. On the other hand, in the final of Artistic Gymnastics All Round, Indian gymnast Yogeshwar Singh secured 25.550 points after 2 rounds. He scored 12.350 in the first round and 13.200 in the second round. He is currently in 12th place.

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