Birmingham [UK]- Indian weightlifter Jeremy Lalrinnunga, that won the country its fifth medal at Republic Games 2022 in Birmingham after he captured a Gold in males’s 67 kg last, shared a fascinating tale behind the tattoo he wears on his left arm.
On his left arm features a tattoo portraying a person lifting weights, with date 11 November 2011 written above it in Roman numerals. This tattoo represents him and also the day he started raising weights. Simply below this, includes a representation of a man standing directly, wearing boxing gloves. This indicates his daddy Lalneihtluanga, who utilized to be a boxer.
” This tale behind this tattoo is that my papa utilized to be a boxer as well as I am a weightlifter. This tattoo reveals just that,” stated Jeremy after his suit.
Indian weightlifter Jeremy Lalrinnunga created background by catching a gold medal with a record-breaking mixed lift of 300 kg in the men’s 67 kg final at the ongoing Republic Gamings 2022 in Birmingham on Sunday.
With this, he won the country its 5th medal at CWG 2022 as well as its second gold medal at the event.
He had achieved a record-breaking 140 kg lift in the snag group and also 160 kg in the Clean and also Jerk category, which incorporated to provide him a lift of 300 kg, a record at the Republic Gamings.
Jeremy Lalrinnunga successfully raised 136 kg in his initial Snatch attempt to relocate to the top of the leaderboard. Edidiong Joseph Umoafia was at second with 130 kg as well as Samoa’s Vaipava Ioane at 3rd with 127 kg at the time of his initial effort.
Lalrinnunga established a brand-new Commonwealth Gamings document by lifting 140 kg in his second Snatch attempt.
He attempted to better this record by going for 143 kg in his final effort but stopped working to do so. He completed the Snatch group with 140 kg, on top of the table. Edidiong Joseph Umoafia was at 2nd with 130 kg and also Samoa’s Vaipava Ioane at 3rd with 127 kg at the end of the Snatch occasion.