“The exceptional @mirabai_chanu makes India proud once again! Every Indian is delighted that she’s won a Gold and set a new Commonwealth record at the Birmingham Games. Her success inspires several Indians, especially budding athletes,” Modi tweeted.
The exceptional @mirabai_chanu makes India proud once again! Every Indian is delighted that she’s won a Gold and se… https://t.co/E7TbgNEBS6
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) 1659201161000
In a remarkable performance, Chanu smashed the Commonwealth and CWG record in snatch.
The Olympic silver medallist obliterated the Games record in clean and jerk as well as total lift.
The former world champion ended with a total lift of 201kg (88kg+113kg), which is far from her personal best.
She equalled her national record lift of 88kg in the snatch section.
With this Chanu added a third CWG medal to her kitty, having won silver and gold in the Glasgow and Gold Coast editions respectively.
Here’re other congratulatory messages for golden girl Chanu:
There’s no better feeling than seeing our Tiranga 🇮🇳 fly high on the world stage. So proud of you @mirabai_chanu… https://t.co/5cAJ3j1BFa
— N.Biren Singh (@NBirenSingh) 1659202168000
Gold medal🥇.Indian weightlifters keeping the Indian flag flying high.Well done @mirabai_chanu. You’ve shown rem… https://t.co/ChlrJYZGLK
— Amit Shah (@AmitShah) 1659201295000
Much awaited Gold by @mirabai_chanu creating a new Games Record in Women’s 49kg Snatch, Clean and Jerk and total li… https://t.co/t5GjRkwVde
— Anurag Thakur (@ianuragthakur) 1659201452000