Australia’s Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in 2018, India’s second gold medal came in. In the Commonwealth Games after Meerabai Chanu, Sanjeeeta Chanu of India has given India another proud moment to win the country’s second gold medal. Sanjita Chanu has won gold in weightlifting. In this way, three medals have arrived in India’s account. On the second day of the Commonwealth Games, Indian weightlifter Sanjeeeta Chanu won a gold medal in women’s 53 kg weight category. Sanjita achieved this achievement by lifting a total of 192 kg.
Chanu took 84 kilograms in the snatch, which was a game record, while in clean and jerk he picked up 108 kilograms and the gold medal with a total score of 192 was successful in making his name. The silver medal came from Papua New Guinea’s Lou Dica Tau, whose total score was 182. Canada’s Rachel Leblong had to satisfy the bronze with a total of 181.
Indian lady weightlifter Meerabai Chanu, who won India’s first gold award in the 21st Commonwealth Games, says she is on the mission of turning into the best in her diversion. Chanu on Thursday gave India the main gold in a 48 kg weightlifting challenge in the 21st Commonwealth Games.
Let me tell you that Chanu did this by raising more than 4 kg of his own and with this, he will also maintain many new records. It was the biggest win for India that he got gold and silver in the game already.
The competition went to Papa Papua New Guinea’s Lou Dica Tau, whose total score was 182. Canada’s Rachel Leblong had to satisfy the bronze with a total of 181. Earlier, on the first day of the Games Meerabai Chanu gave India the first gold in the 48 kgs of women.
The 23-year-old lifter of India, Chanu scored 86 in the snatch and scored 110 in the clean and jerk, with a total of 196, the gold was named after him. Chanu said, ‘I am my biggest competitor. I am always longing to break my own record so that I keep moving forward in my game. After the World Championship, I had physical and mental training in Melbourne. I am very happy with my achievement.
The best of each of the three endeavors are counted. That is, Sanjeeeta took an aggregate of 192 kg weight, together with 84 of the grab and 108 kilograms of quick lift. He vanquished Dika Loa Tuya, an accomplished gold winning player in the 2014 Commonwealth Games. This 33-year-old from Papua New Guinea took 102 kilograms of weight by including grab and quick lift.