Meera Bai Chanu adopts new weight class to win India this time
Meera Bai Chanu adopts new weight class to win India this time

Weightlifter Mirabai Chanu is set to give up 49 kg in the weight class of the Tokyo Olympics to put another gold medal in the country's bag at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games. Mirabai is gearing up to win gold in the new weight class 55 kg at the Commonwealth Games in August this year.  Meera will be seen playing in the qualifying event of the Commonwealth Games in Singapore from February 25 to 27 to get a ticket to Birmingham in 55 kg.

Meera's weight changed to three golds instead of one: The team management feels that if Meera plays in 55 kg, she is going to win gold easily there too. Meera has also suffered a loss of one ball by unloading 49 kg. Keeping this in mind, the last qualifying event of the Commonwealth Games is going to be taken down at Singapore International in 49 kg and Mira in 55 kg.

Here both of them must qualify for Birmingham by performing well in these weight classes. According to Sahdev Kaje, changing Meera's load can lead to talk on three gold medals instead of one. Bindiya Rani, who recently won snatch bronze at the World Championships in 55 kg, is also set to play.  He can now be sent to Singapore for qualifying for the Commonwealth Games in 59 kg. If this experiment is successful, the country is going to benefit greatly in the Commonwealth Games. Mira is set to have a different asian games strategy. Seven male and nine female lifters are also scheduled to be sent for Singapore International.

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