At the World Weightlifting Championships, Bindyarani places 25th

Based on her entry weight, Bindyarani competed in Group D. Group A is made up of lifters who have the highest entry weight, followed by group B, and so on.

S Bindyarani Devi, a weightlifter who won a medal at the Commonwealth Games, placed 25th at the World Championships here in the women’s 59-kilogram category.
On Thursday, the Manipuri, who had previously placed second at the Birmingham CWG in the 55 kg competition, lifted 200 kg (86 kg + 114 kg).

Based on her entry weight, Bindyarani competed in Group D. Group A is made up of lifters who have the highest entry weight, followed by group B, and so on.

The 23-year-old began her snatch with a lift of 83 kg that went well. She then lifted 86 kg, but she failed on her final lift of 88 kg. She likewise bombed her most memorable quick lift endeavor of 112kg as she couldn’t create a “spotless” lift, that is lift the free weight to her shoulders. Bindyarani was able to perform a “clean” lift on her second attempt at the same weight, but she fell on her back before she could “jerk” it overhead to arm’s length.

The 2019 Commonwealth Championship gold medalist, on the other hand, was soon up and walking while she was being examined by doctors. After that, Bindyarani tried her third 114-kilogram clean and jerk lift with a lot of grit and succeeded. Indian lifter Mirabai Chanu won a silver medal in the 49 kg competition on Tuesday.

The first qualifying event for the 2024 Paris Olympics is the 2022 World Championship, where weightlifting events will be reduced from 14 at the Tokyo Games to 10. However, it is not a required but rather an additional event.

A lifter must compel participation in the 2023 World Championships and the 2024 World Cup in order to qualify for the 2024 Olympic Games. In addition to the preceding, the lifter must compete in three of the following competitions: the 2022 World Championships, the 2023 Continental Championships, the 2023 Grand Prix I, and the 2023 Grand Prix II.

At the conclusion of the qualification period, the Olympic Qualification Rating (OQR) for each weight category will be made public by the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF). The weightlifter’s three best performances at the qualifying events will be considered for the final evaluation.

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