OMG! India gets the first ever GOLD medallist in Youth Olympics


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 15-year old Jeremy Lalrinnunga becomes the first ever Gold Medallist for Team India at the youth Olympics Games Buenos Aires 2018 as he successfully lifts a combined weight of 274kgs in his Weight-lifting Men’s 62kg Group A event.

The Mizoram sensation, who will turn 16 on October 26, is being touted as the next big name in Indian weightlifting. Weightlifter Jeremy Lalrinnunga notched up India’s maiden gold medal at the Youth Olympics, claiming the top honours in the men’s 62 kg category here.
 
The 15-year-old from Aizwal, who is also a world youth silver-medallist, lifted a total of 274 kg (124 kg +150 kg) to finish on top in the Argentine capital on Monday night.
 
The silver medal went to Turkey’s Toptas Caner, who lifted 263 kg (122 kg + 141 kg), while Colombia’s Villar Estiven Jose took the bronze with an effort of 260 kg (115 kg + 143 kg).
 
The Mizoram sensation, who will turn 16 on October 26, is being touted as the next big name in Indian weightlifting.
 
Earlier this year, Lalrinnunga claimed a silver (youth) and a bronze (junior) in the Asian Championships, smashing two national records in the process.

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