Gurdeep Singh capped off Indian weightlifting’s memorable Commonwealth Video games marketing campaign by means of profitable bronze in the males’s 109+kg ultimate in Birmingham on Wednesday.
Gurdeep completed with a complete carry of 390kg (167kg grasp and 223kg blank and jerk) to say bronze. Pakistan’s Muhammed Butt claimed gold with a complete carry of 405kg (173kg grasp and 232kg c&j) whilst New Zealand’s David Liti received silver with a complete carry of 394kg (170kg grasp and 224kg c&j)
Gurdeep had completed fourth in Gold Coast 4 years in the past and were given off to a rocky get started on Wednesday desiring two makes an attempt to sign in his first grasp carry and he completed with a third-best carry of 167kg.
Butt set a Video games file by means of snatching 173kg forward of protecting champion Liti.
In blank and jerk, Gurdeep lifted 207kg along with his first strive however failed along with his 2nd strive of 215kg. With Australia’s Suamili Nanai failing with a 215kg strive, Gurdeep used to be confident of a bronze.
The Indian then went chasing silver, lifting 223kg sensationally just for Liti to boost 224kg to consign Gurdeep to bronze.
With 3 gold, 3 silver and 4 bronze medals, India top the medal tally for a 2nd successive version profitable one medal greater than they did in Gold Coast 4 years in the past. 5 of the 9 medals in Gold Coast have been gold with two silver and two bronze medals.