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'My coach said don't lift but...', Silver-medallist Sanket Sargar reveals reason behind risky lift at CWG 2022 | Other Sports News

‘My coach stated do not raise however…’, Silver-medallist Sanket Sargar reveals motive behind dangerous raise at CWG 2022 | Different Sports activities Information

India gained it is first medal on the Commonwealth Video games 2022 in Birmingham on Satuday (July 30), courtesy younger weightlifter named Sanket Sargar Mahadev. The 21-year-old who was inches near clinch a gold, settled for a proud silver medal ending at 248 kgs with 113 in Snatch and 132 in Clear and Jerk. The younger boy who gained the silver was not glad along with his efficiency as he was making ready for a gold for the 4 years.

In dialog with journaist Kiran he stated,”I wish to dedicate this medal to the liberty fighters of our nation. I used to be in tears after profitable the silver that I could not win a gold for my nation as a result of I labored 5 years for that.”

A boy who helped his father along with his paan store and meals stall desires that sooner or later he can reduction his father from working for family wants and desires to alter his life ceaselessly. (‘Sanket Sargar Mahadev, we’re pleased with you’: India welcomes first medallist at CWG 2022 with excessive reward, test reactions)

“After I use to see my father, ideas at all times got here up in my thoughts about altering his life ceaselessly. I’m disillusioned that I could not win gold. After I injured my elbow, my coach stated ‘chor do mat karo raise’, however I wished to go and win that gold for my household and my nation.”

Sanket Sargar refused to surrender even after hurting his proper elbow on the second clear and jerk raise 

Terrific dedication from the 21-year-old @birminghamcg22medallist #EkIndiaTeamIndia | #B2022 | #TeamIndia
— Group India (@WeAreTeamIndia) July 30, 2022

Bib Aniq of Malaysia completed with a report of 249 kg (107 in Snatch and 142 in Clear & Jerk) to grab the gold medal from Sanket. The 21-year-old Indian lifter ended up injuring himself lifting 143kgs. He completed at 248 kgs with (113 in Snatch and 135 in Clear and Jerk. Sri Lanka’s Dilanka Yodage clinced the bronze medal ending with 225 kg. (Who’s Sanket Sargar Mahadev, India’s silver medal winner weightlifter at CWG 2022, Know all about him HERE)

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