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Commonwealth Games 2018, Para-powerlifting: Men's Lightweight Final, Farman Basha fighting for gold, Live Updates

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Updated: 10 April 2018 07:40 IST - Published: 09 April 2018 23:44 IST
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So we've come to the end of the Men's Lightweight competition in the Para Powerlifting

Here are the final RESULTS
GOLD: Ezuruike, Nigeria - 224.3 points
SILVER: Kehinde, Nigeria - 219.9 points
BRONZE: Jawad, England - 182.7 points

4th. Gustin, Malaysia - 169.8 points
5th. Basha, India - 169.4 points
6th. Brown, England - 164.2 points
7th. Wanjiku, Kenya - 143.8 points
8th. Nguyen, Australia - 142.3 points
9th. Niyonzima, Rwanda - 141.2 points
10th. Stephens, Wales - 137.2 points

Ashok, India - no score, failed all 3 lifts
Kehinde of Nigeria is unsuccessful with his third attempt at 222.5 kg

He stays 2nd with 219.9 points
Gustin of Malaysia comes in and he is successful in his third attempt of 166 kg

He now gets into 4th place with 169.8 points of India's Basha
Ezuruike of Nigeria, the current leader, going for 202 kg in his third lift

But he cannot do it. That's his first failed lift today

So he stays at 224.3 points

It's three straight failed lifts for Ashok

He is unsuccessful in his third lift at 171 kg and he is yet to register any points
India's Ashok is coming in for his third lift at 171 kg

He really needs to get a score here
Brown of England is also unsuccessful in his third attempt of 165 kg

Stays in 6th with 164.2 points
Jawad of England is successful in this third lift of 161 kg

He increases his score to 182.7 points
Basha of India comes in for his third lift

This time he's unsuccessful as he cannot complete his 150 kg lift

So he misses an opportunity to increase his score and he stays in 4th
Stephens of Wales comes in for his third attempt and he lifts 140 kg 

He has a score of 137.2 points, stays in 10th place
Wanjiku of Kenya is successful in his third attempt at 140 kg

He has 143.8 points and is in 7th
Nguyen of Australia is also unsuccessful in his third lift of 137 kg

He stays on 142.3 points
Round 3 begins...

Niyonzima of Rwanda fails in his third lift of 135 kg
So that's the end of 2 rounds

Here are the Top 5
1. Ezuruike, Nigeria - 224.3 points
2. Kehinde, Nigeria - 219.9 points
3. Jawad, England - 180.5 points
4. Basha, India - 169.4 points
5. Gustin, Malaysia - 164.7 points

India's other contestant, Ashok has failed both his lifts so far
Kehinde of Nigeria is unsuccessful in his second lift with a lift of 221 kg

So that means he cannot overtake his countryman... He stays in 2nd with 219.9 points
Ezuruike of Nigeria continues to look extremely good

He completes 194 kg in his second attempt and has reclaimed 1st place with 224.3 points
Gustin of Malaysia is successful in his second lift at 161 kg... that gives him 164.7 points

Meanwhile, Brown of England is unsuccessful in his second lift, at 163 kg
Jawad of England comes in for his second lift and he does 159 kg

That takes his score to 180.5 points, to extend his lead for 3rd place
Basha comes in for his second lift

This time he gets it and the Indian is finally on the board

He does a lift of 140 kg in his second attempt... He gets 169.4 points for that lift

That puts him in 4th place for now
India's Ashok comes in for his second lift

But he's unsuccessful again, at 160 kg. So he's yet to register a score
Stephens of Wales fails in his second lift at 138 kg

Nguyen of Australia fails in his second lift of 137 kg, stays in 6th place
Niyonzima of Rwanda fails in his second attempt of 135 kg while Wanjiku of Kenya lifts 135 kg in his second attempt and registers a score.

Wanjiku now has 138.7 points
Kehinde is successful in his first lift at 211 kg and that gives him 219.9 points and puts him in the lead

So all the athletes have completed their first lifts, we are done with Round 1

Here's the top 5 after round 1

1. Kehinde, Nigeria - 219.9 points
2. Ezuruike, Nigeria - 217.3 points 
3. Jawad, England - 175.9 points
4. Brown, England - 164.2 points
5. Gustin, Malaysia - 158.6 points

India's Basha and Ashok both were unsuccessful in their first attempts
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