The fans of the Commonwealth Games 2022 Weightlifting have already enjoyed gold medal matches and more to come. India, Nigeria, and Malaysia have got the glory and gold in different weightlifting categories. Three medal events in weightlifting will take place on Monday, 1st August at The NEC Hall 1.
Here you can follow the weightlifting results in the Commonwealth Games 2022, schedules, ticket info, and how to watch the events.
Weightlifting Preview and Results:
India have already clinched 6 medals in weightlifting including 3 gold medals. Chanu Saikhom Mirabai brought the first gold medal for India in weightlifting women’s 49kg category. Achinta Sheuli of India won the gold medal in the men’s 73kg category.
India’s third gold medal came with the hand of Jeremy Lalrinnuga in the men’s 67kg category. The 19-year-old set a Commonwealth record of 300kg, 140kg in the snatch and 160kg in the clean and jerk.
England has won silver and bronze medals so far in the women’s 59kg and 55kg. Jessica Gordon Brown won the silver and Fraer Morrow clinched bronze.
Commonwealth Games 2022 Weightlifting: Schedules
There are three gold medal events in Weightlifting in the Commonwealth Games 2022 on Monday, 1st August. All three will take place at The NEC Hall 1.
The Men’s 81kg Medal Event will go underway on Monday, 1st August, at 9:30 am BST. It will take place at The NEC Hall 1 where 12 competitors will show their strength for the Gold.
Weightlifting Men’s 81kg Players:
- Kyle Bruce – Australia
- C. G. Vidanage – Sri Lanka
- Omarie Mears – Jamaica
- Chris Murray – England
- Guy Michel Ngongang Tchuissi – Cameroon
- Jason Epton – Scotland
- Nasir Bin Roslan Mohamad – Malaysia
- Cameron David McTaggart – New Zealand
- Haider Ali – Pakistan
- Kang Yin Lim – Singapore
- Nicolas Vachon – Canada
- Ajay Singh – India
The women’s 64kg Medal Event will go underway on Monday, 1st August, at 2:00 pm BST. It will take place at The NEC Hall 1 where 12 competitors will show their strength for the Gold.
Weightlifting Women’s 64kg Players:
- Sarah Maureen Cochrane – Australia
- Yasmin Zammit Stevens – Malta
- Christie Marie Williams – Wales
- Maude G Charron – Canada
- Islamiyat Adebukola Yusuf – Nigeria
- Mabia Aktar – Bangladesh
- Caroline Doyle – Northern Ireland
- Emma McIntyre – New Zealand
- Nicole Lin Li Heng – Singapore
- Zoe Smith – England
- Rachel Achieng Enock – Kenya
- Bernice Detudamo – Nauru
The women’s 71kg Medal Event will go underway on Monday, 1st August, at 6:30 pm BST. It will take place at The NEC Hall 1 where 12 competitors will show their strength for the Gold.
Weightlifting Women’s 71kg Players:
- Sarah Davies – England
- Ketty Lent – Mauritius
- Holly O’Shea – Gibraltar
- Nancy Genzel Abouke – Nauru
- Alice Glenna Aitchison – Scotland
- Megan Ann Signal – New Zealand
- Joy Ogbonne Eze – Nigeria
- Faye Samantha Michelle Pittman – Wales
- Harjinder Kaur – India
- Roberta Tabone – Malta
- Kiana Rose Elliott – Australia
- Alexis Ashworth – Canada
Here’s a list of top-performing countries so far.
How to Buy Tickets?
The tickets for the Commonwealth Games 2022 are available on the official site. Tickets are being sold on a first-come, first-served basis. The tickets start from £8 for the under 16s and £15 for adults.
How to watch Commonwealth Games 2022 Weightlifting?
Here’s how to watch the event in the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, and India.
BBC has the official right to broadcast the Commonwealth Games 2022 Weightlifting on TV in the UK. So, fans can watch the coverage on the BBC Network. To watch the live stream, you can tune in on BBC iPlayer.
The event will also be available in the United States despite no athletes taking part. NBC Network will provide coverage of the event. Check out the Olympic Channel of the NBC Network to catch the Commonwealth Games 2022 coverage.
Fans in Canada can enjoy the event on CBC. They will broadcast selected events and highlights.
Channel 7+ is the official broadcasting partner in Australia to provide the coverage of the event. You can tune in on 7+ to enjoy selected events.
Sony Networks will provide live coverage of various events in India. They will also provide the highlights. Fans in India can check out the Sony LIV app for live streaming.