Medals at National Weightlifting Championship
Determination and hardwork is the mantra for success,be focused your fruits will be in your bag. A series of achievements in Senior National Weightlifting Championship.
Rio Olympian S Mirabai Chanu (women’s 48kg) and Gururaja (men’s 56kg) on Monday bagged gold medals in their respective categories of the Senior s in Nagercoil on the opening day .
A total of 265 weightlifters are a part of the ongoing Championships and three weight categories concluded on Monday — two in women and one in men.
Mirabai of RSPB lifted 81kg in snatch and 105kg in clean & jerk for a total of 186kg to finish on top in women’s 48kg, while 2014 Commonwealth Games gold medallist K Sanjita Chanu, also representing RSPB, won the silver with an overall lift of 185kg (79+106) and Jhilli Dalabehera (ORS) settled for the bronze with an effort of 152kg (64+88).
In women’s 53kg category, M Santoshi (RSPB) appered victorious by picking up an overall weight of 186kg (83+103), while Harshdeep Kaur (Punjab) lifted 177kg (77+100) for a silver and Assam’s Manalisha Sonowal ended with a bronze after lifting 176kg (77+99).
In the men’s TBC Lalchhanhima (Mizoram) and Korada Ramana (RSPB) clinched the silver and bronze, respectively, with efforts of 238kg (103+135) and 237kg (105+132). SSCB’s Gururaja lifted a total of 246kg with 110kg in snatch and 136kg in clean & jerk.
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