Highlights

  • Lovepreet Singh lifted 163 kg in the Snatch series
  • In total, he lifted 355 kg, including 192 in Clean & Jerk

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Indian weightlifter Lovepreet Singh won the bronze medal in the Men’s 109 kg category.

The man from Punjab didn’t have a single unsuccessful attempt during the final. He finished with a total of 355 kg - 163 kg in Snatch & 192 in Clean & Jerk.

His bronze meant India have now won a total of 9 medals in weightlifting - 3 Gold, 3 Silver and 3 Bronze.

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