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National Powerlifting: 55 points in junior category; Kerala is leading with 53 points in sub-junior category

Kasaragod: With the nationwide powerlifting competitions coming to an finish tomorrow, Kerala is main within the girls’s junior and sub-junior classes. Kerala is main with 53 factors in sub-junior class. Puducherry is second with 36 factors and Maharashtra is third with 35 factors.

Within the junior class, Kerala is on the first place with 55 factors, Puducherry is on the second place with 44 factors and Madhya Pradesh is on the third place with 33 factors. In males’s sub-junior class, Tamil Nadu leads with 57 factors. Kerala is second with 34 factors and Gujarat is third with 30 factors. Within the junior class, Maharashtra is first with 46 factors, Madhya Pradesh is second with 34 factors and Assam is third with 33 factors.

The matches will finish tomorrow at 2 pm. The closing ceremony and prize giving ceremony will likely be held afterwards. The Greatest Lifter of India trophies within the sub-junior and junior classes and the general title will likely be awarded within the ceremony. Rajmohan Unnithan MP would be the chief visitor.

Yesterday 13 Nationwide File 93 kg sub-junior class Muhammad Oisha Rice of Jammu set two new nationwide information within the squat with a private weight of 210 kg 222.5 kg and a complete weight of 575 kg 590 kg. Within the 93 kg junior class, Haryana’s Pardaman broke his personal file bench press of 162.5 kg, 163 kg, squat of 252.5 kg, 260 kg and a complete weight of 722.5 kg and 723 kg to develop into the holder of three new nationwide information. Jammu and Kashmir’s Saksam Chib set a brand new nationwide file within the bench press within the 105 kg junior class by lifting 145 kg and 147.5 kg held by Haryana’s Aman.

Within the 69 kg sub-junior class, Alka Raghav, a local of Kasaragod, Kerala, received gold by setting three nationwide information. The present file 127.5 within the squat was 130kg, and the deadlift 127.5kg was 145kg for a complete of 305kg to 332.5kg.

Venecia Carlo of Karnataka received the gold within the junior 69 kg class, breaking her present information. Bench press elevated from 80 kg to 81 kg. This achievement was achieved by rising the lifeless carry from 157.5 kg to 158 kg and the whole from 365 kg to 366.5 kg. Within the 63 kg junior class, Nandana KV, native of Kasaragod, Kerala, raised the present file of 360 kg to 360.5 kg and set a brand new file.

The winners

Sub-junior 93kg class Muhammad Owais Rice Jammu and Kashmir (one), Rexon Nerona Karnataka (two), Chandan Sakela Rajasthan (three), Sub-junior 105kg Saksam Chib Jammu and Kashmir (one), Dinesh Kumar P Tamil Nadu (two), Tasleem. B Kerala (three), Jr 93kg Parduman Haryana (one), Ritanshu Khanna Rajasthan (two), Kharananda Recon Assam (three), Junior

Yr 105kg Ganesh Tote Maharashtra (one), Ronit Verma Jammu and Kashmir (two), Priyabrata Bisoi Odisha (three), Sub Junior 69kg Alka Raghav Kerala (one), Archita Katyal Uttar Pradesh (two), Shivani Lankeh Jammu and Kashmir (three), Jr. 69kg Venezia A Carlo Karnataka (one), Kajal Haryana (two), Athi Vairagi Madhya Pradesh (three), Sub Junior 63kg Ankita Singh Uttar Pradesh (one), Muskan Sheikh Madhya Pradesh (two), Sumitra Saikia Assam (three), Junior 63 Kilo Nandana Okay.V. Kerala (one), Swetha Haryana (two) Anagha P.V. Kerala received (three) positions.

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