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    2021 Commonwealth Weightlifting Championships

    2021 Commonwealth Weightlifting Championships

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    Weightlifting Championships

    Host city Tashkent, Uzbekistan

    Dates 7-17 December 2021

    Main venue Uzbekistan Sport Complex and Gymnastics Sport Complex

    ← 2019

    The 2021 Commonwealth Weightlifting Championships were held at the Uzbekistan Sport Complex and Gymnastics Sport Complex in Tashkent, Uzbekistan from 7 to 17 December 2021.[1]

    In agreement with the IWF, the event - having been postponed twice before[2][3] (in Singapore and, from the previous year, Nauru) - was held within that year's World Championships. After the Omicron variant emerged, updated border restrictions rendered athletes from several Commonwealth countries unable to enter Uzbekistan, and Great Britain chose to send a small Worlds-only team not co-registered for Home Nations representation. Nonetheless, the championships went ahead and the winners in qualifying weight classes also secured their places at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.[4]

    Contents

    1 Medal table 2 Medal summary 2.1 Men 2.2 Women 3 References 4 External links

    Medal table[edit]

    Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total

    1  Canada 5 2 0 7 2  India 4 7 5 16 3  Nigeria 4 1 0 5 4  Malaysia 2 1 0 3

    5  Sri Lanka 1 1 5 7

    6  Australia 1 1 2 4

    7  Cameroon 1 1 0 2

    8  New Zealand 1 0 0 1

    9  Cyprus 0 1 0 1 Mauritius 0 1 0 1 Pakistan 0 1 0 1 Uganda 0 1 0 1 13  Malta 0 0 2 2 14  Ghana 0 0 1 1 Kenya 0 0 1 1

    Totals (15 nations) 19 18 16 53

    Medal summary[edit]

    Men[edit]

    Event Gold Silver Bronze

    55 kg[5] Aniq Kasdan

    Malaysia 249 kg Davis Niyoyita

    Uganda 220 kg Benjamin Ochoma

    Kenya 135 kg

    61 kg[6] Aznil Bidin

    Malaysia 273 kg Gururaja Poojary

    India 265 kg Thilanka Palangasinghe

    Sri Lanka 261 kg

    67 kg[7] Jeremy Lalrinnunga

    India 305 kg Joseph Edidiong

    Nigeria 295 kg Manoj Wijesinghe

    Sri Lanka 254 kg

    73 kg[7] Achinta Sheuli

    India 316 kg Erry Hidayat

    Malaysia 301 kg Indika Dissanayake

    Sri Lanka 286 kg 81 kg[8] Ajay Singh

    India 322 kg Kyle Bruce

    Australia 316 kg Chinthana Vidanage

    Sri Lanka 300 kg

    89 kg[9] Alex Bellemarre

    Canada 350 kg Braydon Kennedy

    Canada 335 kg Beau Garrett

    Australia 301 kg

    96 kg[10] Boady Santavy

    Canada 379 kg Antonis Martasidis

    Cyprus 343 kg Vikas Thakur

    India 339 kg

    102 kg[11] Rashed Quran

    Canada 330 kg Jack Madanamoothoo

    Mauritius 306 kg

    109 kg[12] Junior Ngadja

    Cameroon 360 kg Lovepreet Singh

    India 348 kg Jackson Roberts-Young

    Australia 337 kg

    +109 kg[13] David Liti

    New Zealand 407 kg Nooh Dastgir Butt

    Pakistan 390 kg Gurdeep Singh

    India 389 kg

    Women[edit]

    Event Gold Silver Bronze

    45 kg[14] Srimali Samarakoon

    Sri Lanka 136 kg

    49 kg[14] Stella Kingsley

    Nigeria 168 kg Jhilli Dalabehera

    India 167 kg Winnifred Ntumi

    Ghana 135 kg

    55 kg[6] Adijat Olarinoye

    Nigeria 203 kg Bindyarani Devi Sorokhaibam

    India 198 kg Tenishia Thornton

    Malta 162 kg

    59 kg[15] Rafiatu Lawal

    Nigeria 207 kg Popy Hazarika

    India 189 kg Nadeeshani Rajapaksha

    Sri Lanka 164 kg

    64 kg[8] Sarah Cochrane

    Australia 210 kg Rachel Siemens

    Canada 195 kg Yasmin Zammit Stevens

    Malta 187 kg

    71 kg[9] Joy Ogbonne Eze

    Nigeria 230 kg Harjinder Kaur

    India 211 kg Lalchhanhimi

    India 209 kg

    76 kg[10] Maya Laylor

    Canada 229 kg Punam Yadav

    India 220 kg Arockiya Alish

    India 214 kg 81 kg[11]

    87 kg[12] Kristel Ngarlem

    Canada 224 kg Clementine Meukeugni

    Cameroon 212 kg Anuradha Pavunraj

    India 195 kg

    +87 kg[13] Purnima Pandey

    India 229 kg Trimalee Haputenne

    Sri Lanka 187 kg

    References[edit]

    ^ (PDF). IWF/CWF. Archived from the original (PDF) on 24 December 2021. Retrieved 24 December 2021.^ Mackay, Duncan (10 September 2021). "Commonwealth Weightlifting Championships in Singapore cancelled because of COVID-19". . Dunsar Media Company. Retrieved 24 December 2021.^ "Oceania Championships and Commonwealth Championships postponed". IWF. 14 March 2020. Retrieved 24 December 2021.^ Oliver, Brian (5 December 2021). "Weightlifting's Commonwealth Championships go ahead in Tashkent - and new events added". . Dunsar Media Company. Retrieved 24 December 2021.^ "Day 1 – 2021 IWF World Championships and Commonwealth Championships". IWF. 7 December 2021. Archived from the original on 8 December 2021. Retrieved 24 December 2021.

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    "Day 3 – 2021 IWF World Championships and Commonwealth Championships". IWF. 9 December 2021. Archived from the original on 10 December 2021. Retrieved 24 December 2021.

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    "Day 4 – 2021 IWF World Championships and Commonwealth Championships". IWF. 10 December 2021. Archived from the original on 11 December 2021. Retrieved 24 December 2021.

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    "Gold for Egypt and First World Records – Day 6 at the IWF World Championships and Commonwealth Championships". IWF. 12 December 2021. Archived from the original on 12 December 2021. Retrieved 24 December 2021.

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    Commonwealth championship 2021 : India won 16 medals Weightlifting Championship 2021

    Commonwealth championship 2021 : India concluded the Commonwealth Weightlifting Championships 2021 with 16 medals – 4 Gold, 7 Silver, and 5 Bronze, held at Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

    India won 16 medals in Commonwealth Weightlifting Championship 2021

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    Sumit Arora Published On December 21st, 2021

    India concluded the Commonwealth Weightlifting Championships 2021 with 16 medals – 4 Gold, 7 Silver, and 5 Bronze, held at Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Bindyarani Devi was India’s only medallist at the World Weightlifting Championships 2021, that was also held parallelly at Tashkent.Buy Prime Test Series for all Banking, SSC, Insurance & other exams

    South Korea’s Son Young-hee won the gold medal at the world championships with an overall lift of 282kg (122+159). New Zealand’s David Liti won the gold medal for a total of 407kg (176+231) followed by Pakistan’s Muhammad Nooh Dastgir Butt, who lifted 390kg (165+225).

    India’s Medal Winners:Gold medal

    Jeremy Lalrinnunga (67kg) (Men)

    Achinta Sheuli (73kg) (Men)

    Ajay Singh (81kg) (Men)

    Purnima Pandey (+87kg) (Women)

    Silver medal

    Guru Raja (61kg) (Men)

    Lovepreet Singh (109kg) (Men)

    Jhili Dalabehera (49kg) (Women)

    S Bindyarani Devi (55kg) (Women)

    Hazarika Popy (59kg) (Women)

    Harjinder Kaur (71kg) (Women)

    Punam Yadav (76kg) (Women)

    Bronze medal

    Vikas Thakur (96kg) (Men)

    Gurdeep Singh (+109kg) (Men)

    Lalchhanhimi (71kg) (Women)

    R Arockiya Alish (76kg) (Women)

    Anuradha Pavunraj (87kg) (Women)

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