Commonwealth Games 2022: 24-year-old Purnima Pandey completed sixth after one authorized elevate every in snatch and clear and jerk within the girls’s 87+kg last on Wednesday, August 3.
CWG 2022: India’s Purnima misses podium end in girls’s 87+kg last (Reuters Photo)
- Purnima Pandey completed sixth with a complete elevate of 228kg
- England’s Emily received Gold with a Games file of 288kg
- India have received 9 medals in weightlifting in BIrmingham to date
India missed a chance so as to add to its envious weightlifting tally on the Commonwealth Games 2022 as 24-year-old Purnima Pandey completed sixth within the girls’s 87+kg last in Birmingham on Wednesday, August 3.
It was a disappointing end for Purnima, who had received Gold within the Commonwealth Championships in December final yr. Purnima had lifted a complete of 229kg after setting nationwide information within the mentioned occasion however Punam may handle an general of 228kg within the Games last on Wednesday.
Purnima Pandey managed solely 2 authorized lifts throughout 6 makes an attempt, 3 every in snatch and clear and jerk within the massive last.
Purnima lifted 103kg in snatch and went for 106kg however failed to finish the elevate. In the clear and jerk spherical, Purnima started with 125 however couldn’t elevate 133kg which may have put her in rivalry.
Purnima appeared to have a again niggle as she didn’t elevate 133kg in her last two clear and jerk makes an attempt.
EMILY WINS GOLD FOR ENGLAND
CWG 2022: India’s Purnima misses podium end in girls’s 87+kg last (Screengrab from Birmingham 2022)
The 87+kg last was dominated by England’s Emily Campbell who set a brand new Commonwealth Games file of 286kg (124kg in snatch, 162kg in clear and jerk). The English lifter was cheered on by the native crowd as she placed on a spectacular present.
Emily was effectively above the chasing pack as she accomplished all 6 lifts and received the gold for the host nation.
Samoa’s Feagaiga Stowers took silver with a complete of 268kg (121kg in snatch, 147kg in clear and jerk) whereas Australia’s Charisma Amoe Tarrant received bronze with 239kg (100 in snatch and 139kg in clear and jerk).
Earlier on Wednesday, Lovepreet Singh added the ninth medal to India’s weightlifting tally by successful a bronze within the males’s 109kg last.
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