Weightlifter Sanjita Chanu won the second gold award for India at the 2018 Commonwealth Games by securing the gold in the 53kg classification. The Manipuri competitor lifted a sum of 192 kg which incorporated a Commonwealth Games record of 84 kg in the grab and 108 kg in quick lift.
Loa Dika Toua of Papua New Guinea was removed second with 182 kg while New Zealand’s Rachel Leblanc-Bazinet took bronze with 181 kg.
Sanjita was by a long shot the most prevailing rival in both grab and clean twitch.
She led the pack in the grab with an opening endeavor of 81 kilograms.
New Zealand’s Rachel, who had overseen 78 kg in her first endeavor, joined Sanjita at the shaft position by lifting 81 kg in her second endeavor.
Be that as it may, Sanjita demonstrated her class by equalling the CWG record of 83 kg in her second endeavor to recover the lead.
The Kiwi, whose best lift in preparing has been 82 kg, influenced an overcome and pointless endeavor to match to the CWG record.
The Indian at that point exited to set another CWG record at 84 kg and lead the pack. The past CWG record of 83 kg was set by countryman Swarti Singh at the Glasgow Games in 2014.
Things were much less demanding for Sanjita in the quick lift as none of her opponents figured out how to deliver even a similarity of a test.
Sanjita led the pack with an effective opening atempt of 104 kg. She reinforced her lead with 108 kg in her second endeavor.