Who is Jeremy Lalrinnunga? All about 19-year-old Who is Jeremy Lalrinnunga at CWG 2022

01 Aug, 2022
Who is Jeremy Lalrinnunga? All about 19-year-old Who is Jeremy Lalrinnunga at CWG 2022

Jeremy Lalrinnunga Biography: With his 140 kg lift, Indian weightlifter Jeremy Lalrinnunga set a new snatch record for the 67 kg men's division at the Commonwealth Games in 2022. He won a medal in Birmingham, becoming the fifth weightlifter from India to do so.

Who is Jeremy Lalrinnunga?

Lalrinnunga was born on October 26, 2002, in Aizawl, Mizoram. In the early 1990s, his father Lalneihtluanga Ralte was well-known on the Mizoram boxing circuit. Jeremy comes from a lowly background because his family circumstances prevented him for a very long time from pursuing his aspirations. He began working as a labourer on contract with the neighbourhood Power Works Department in an effort to provide for his family (PWD).

Jeremy Lalrinnunga Career

Lalrinnunga began boxing before beginning to lift weights, just like his father. Then he made history by becoming the first Indian to win a gold medal at the Youth Olympics in the men's 62kg division in 2018. Before competing in an international competition, Jeremy was a member of the Army's Boys Sports Company where he earned multiple medals (age group). In Kolkata in 2020, he also triumphed in the national championship.

Jeremy Lalrinnunga Early Life, Age and Background

Age: 19 Years

Born on: 26 October 2002

Birthplace: Aizawl, Mizoram

Profession: Weightlifter

Coach:  Vijay Sharma


Jeremy Lalrinnunga Achievements

  • 2016 Youth World Championship Silver medalist

  • 2016 Asian Youth Championship Silver medalist

  • 2017 Youth World Championship Silver medalist

  • 2017 Commonwealth Junior Championship Gold Medalist

  • 2017 Commonwealth Youth Championship Gold Medalist

  • 2018 Asian Junior Championship Bronze medalist

  • 2018 Asian Youth Championship Silver medalist

  • 2018 Youth Olympic Games Gold Medalist

  • 2019 EGAT cup International Weightlifting Championship Silver medalist

  • 2019 Asian Youth Championship Gold Medalist

  • 2019 Asian Junior Championship Silver medalist

  • 2019 6th Qatar International Cup Silver medalist

  • 2021 Commonwealth Senior Championship Gold Medalist

  • 2022 Commonwealth Games 2022 Gold Medalist

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