Jeremy Lalrinnunga Weightlifting Final HIGHLIGHTS, Commonwealth Games 2022: Jeremy wins gold on CWG debut, India gets fifth medal

Jeremy Lalrinnunga Weightlifting Final, Commonwealth Games 2022: Catch all the live updates from the 67kg weightlifting final at the Birmingham CWG 2022 Games.

Updated : Jul 31, 2022 16:02 IST

Jeremy Lalrinninunga in action during the 67kg weightlifting final.
Jeremy Lalrinninunga in action during the 67kg weightlifting final.

Jeremy Lalrinninunga in action during the 67kg weightlifting final.


Take a bow, Jeremy Lalrinnunga! CWG champion in his maiden attempt!

Men’s 67 Clean & Jerk updates

  • Ioane is going for the gold with a 174kg attempt.
  • Ioane powers to a 166kg lift in his second attempt. He needs to raise the bar to 174kg to win the gold medal.
  • Jeremy Lalrinnunga goes down during his 165kg attempt and has hurt his elbow as he trips over. A 300kg total should hold him for the gold with the Samoan Ioane requiring a 174kg clean and jerk to snatch the lead.
  • Samoa’s Ioane clears 163kg in his first clean and jerk attempt.
  • Nigeria’s Umoafia lifts 160kg in his final attempt and totals 290kg to remain second.
  • Jeremy Lalrinnunga attempts 160kg and he powers through it with a sensational effort! A 300kg total!
  • Nigeria’s Umoafia gets two reds in his 160kg attempt. Lalrinnunga still in the lead.
  • Jeremy Lalrinnunga is here. He soars ahead with a 154kg, but hold on . Seems like he has pulled a muscle after his successful attempt, but leads by a 14kg ahead of the Nigerian.
  • England’s Shegill attempts 150kg in his last attempt but fails to finish. He totals 260kg, second and 20kg behind Umoafia.
  • Nigeria’s Umoafia attempts 150kg and clears it in his first attempt!
  • England’s Shergill powers himself to a 146kg lift!
  • Kiribati’s Ruben Katoatau squeezes through a 144kg lift to stand second.
  • Sri Lanka’s Jayasooriya powers to the lead with a successful 140kg lift. He fails to clear his 144kg attempt and totals 259kg.
  • Marc Coret fails to lift 140kg in his second attempt. Fails once again on the third attempt as well.
  • Kiribati’s Ruben Katoatau breezes through a 140kg lift.
  • Nauru’s Ditto Ika clears his 140kg attempt.
  • Sri Lanka’s Jayasooriya is going for 140kg and fails to complete his lift.
  • England’s Jaswant Shergill attempts 140kg and clears it in his first attempt.
  • Mauritiu’s Coret gets three green lights for his first attempt at 136kg.
  • Kiribati’s Ruben Katoatou has another clinical start with a 136kg lift.
  • Kester fails to lift 135kg in his last attempt and finishes with a total of 237.
  • Nauru’s Ditto Ika lifts 135kg in his first attempt.
  • Singapore’s Kester Loy clears his first attempt at 128kg. He fails to lift his tally to 134kg with a flawed second attempt.

Men’s 67kg Snatch updates

Results after the snatch.
Results after the snatch.

Results after the snatch.

  • Jeremy is attempting 143kg in his final attempt, the lead could well prove to be the gold-clincher. Jeremy fails to lift 143kg which would have been his PB.
  • Jeremy is going for 140kg this time! Another clinical lift and Jeremy extends his lead by 10 on his second attempt!
  • Jeremy attempts 136kg in his first snatch. He LIFTS 136KG to take the lead with ease in the final!

Jeremy Lalrinnunga is up next.

  • Nigeria’s Umoafia fails to lift 130kg in his first attempt. He fails to clear it the second time and Jeremy Lalrinninunga will have a huge lead if he is successful in his first snatch listed at 136kg! Umoafia snatches 130kg in his final attempt.
  • Samoa’s Nevo Ioane starts with a cracking 124kg lift! He will be back for a 127kg lift. Ioane lifts his lead to 127kg in the second snatch. Ioane fails to clear his final attempt of 129kg.
  • Sri Lanka’s Jayasooriya finishes the snatch with a brilliant 119kg lift!
  • Jaswant Shergill fails to snatch 117kg, finishes with a best of 114kg.
  • Sri Lanka’s Jayasooriya snatches 116kg in his second attempt!
  • Ruben Katoatou finishes with a successful 114kg snatch!
  • Jaswant Shergill returns. Gets a split decision clearance for his 114kg snatch!
  • Sri Lanka’s Chathuranga Jayasooriya gets a 112kg lift in his first snatch.
  • Kiribati’s Ruben Katoatou snatches 110kg in his second lift.
  • England’s Jaswant Shergill snatches 110kg in his first attempt.
  • Singapore’s Loy clears 109kg on his third attempt.
  • Ditto Ika returns for a 108kg lift but fails to maintain composure during the snatch. He finishes with a best of 105kg.
  • Mauritius’s Coret fails to lift 107kg in his final attempt. Finishes with a best of 105kg snatch.
  • Singapore’ Kester Loy snatches 106kg in his second attempt.
  • Kiribati’s Ruben Katoatau is successful in his 106kg lift on the first attempt.
  • Ditto Ika lifts 105kg on his second attempt.
  • Coret attempts to lift 105kg and gets through easily.
  • Nauru’s Ditto Ika fails to lift 105kg in his first attempt.
  • Singapore’s Kester Loy attempts 105kg in his first snatch. Fails to clear the turnover.
  • Mauritius’ Coret begins with a clean 100kg snatch.

2:03PM IST: The 67kg weightlifting is about to begin with the snatch segment.

Here is the field for the men’s 67kg weightlifting final.


Missing out on the Tokyo Olympics last year made him realise that the transition from junior to senior level is not easy, said Youth Olympic champion weightlifter Jeremy Lalrinnunga as he aims to clinch the coveted gold at the upcoming Commonwealth Games.

After a torrid year that saw him suffer two injuries and contract the dreaded COVID-19 virus, Jeremy is all rejuvenated and prepared to do what it takes to succeed at the senior level, starting with the multi-sport event at Birmingham.

READ: Jeremy eyes new national record at CWG 2022

Jeremy had burst into the scene in 2018 when he became the first Indian to win a gold medal at the Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires.

The Mizoram lifter was touted as one for the future in the sport but while he managed to shatter youth world records, Jeremy’s performance a the senior level has left a lot to be desired. - PTI

When and where to Jeremy Lalrinnunga’s 67kg weightlifting final
The men’s 67kg weightlifting final will commence at 2 pm on Sunday, July 31. The 2022 Commonwealth Games will be live telecast on Sony Sports Network and streamed on Sony Liv.
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