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Commonwealth Games 2018: Weightlifting, Men's 105 kg, Pardeep Singh fighting for medal, Live Updates

Pardeep Singh is all set to get his event underway at 5am IST
Updated: 09 April 2018 07:31 IST - Published: 09 April 2018 01:41 IST
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It's a wrap here! Stay tuned to Sportskeeda for more updates on the Commonwealth Games 2018!
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Here are the Total results:

Sanele (SAM): 360kg (GOLD)
Pardeep Singh (IND): 352kg (SILVER)
Owen Boxall (ENG): 351kg (BRONZE
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Richmond (GHA): 350kg
David (KIR): 340kg
Ryan (CAN): 331kg
Jordan (WAL): 320kg
Ridge (AUS): 313kg
Saman (SRI): 290kg
Sateki (TGA): 256kg
Dereck (SEY): 255kg
Ivorn (BAR): Failed in all 3 lifts in Clean & Jerk so no score
Stanislav (NZL): DNF
Zachary (SCO): DNF
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Here are the results of Clean & Jerk:

Sanele (SAM): 206kg
Pardeep Singh (IND): 200kg
Owen Boxall (ENG): 199kg

Richmond (GHA): 198kg
David (KIR): 200kg
Ryan (CAN): 186kg
Jordan (WAL): 180kg
Ridge (AUS): 175kg
Saman (SRI): 160kg
Sateki (TGA): 141kg
Dereck (SEY): 145kg
Ivorn (BAR): Failed in all 3 lifts
Stanislav (NZL): DNF
Zachary (SCO): DNF
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An amazing feat by the young 23-year-old Indian Pardeep Yadav to win the Silver medal.
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Weightlifting continues to be the stronghold for India. This is India's 8th medal in Weightlifting. 
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Pardeep Singh fails in his 3rd attempt but he has surely won many hearts as he wins a SILVER
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Pardeep Singh tries to go for Gold, he attempts 211kg in his 3rd attempt. 
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Sanele Mao failing in his 3rd attempt of 211kg
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Pardeep Singh of India attempting 209kg in his 2nd attempt. The jury gives it to him 2 to 1 initially but the decision is over-ruled.
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Sanele Mao lifts 206kg to be in the first position.
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Former champion, David of Kiribati lifts 200kg successfully in his final attempt.
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Sanele Mao of Samoa follows suit and lifts 200kg in his first attempt.
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India's Pardeep Singh looking very strong. He lifts 200kg easily in the first attempt.
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Owen attempts 199kg in his 3rd attempt and he is successful. He has retained the pole position but has hurt himself in the process. A very gutsy attempt by him
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Ghana's Richmond successfully lifts 198kg in his 3rd attempt.
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Owen is in gold medal position with a total score of 349kg combined.
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Owen gets it 2 to 1 from the jury for his lift.
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Owen Boxall of England will be attempting 197kg in his 2nd attempt.
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Richmond of comes out to attempt 196kg in his 2nd attempt but he fails.
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David pumped up by the crowd and he lifts 193kg in his 2nd attempt.
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The defending champion does not look at his best. David lifted 200kg in the previous edition in Clean & Jerk to clinch the gold medal.
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Defending Gold medalist David Katoatau from Kiribati doesn't look good as he fails to lift 193kg in his first attempt.
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Ryan Meidl of Canada failing to lift 191kg in his 3rd attempt.
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Owen Boxall of England successfully lifts 191kg in his 1st attempt.
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Richmond Osafro looks very strong as he easily lifts 190kg in his first attempt. He does lift 205kg in training and will certainly raise the bar in his 2nd attempt.
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Ryan Meidl of Canada lifting 186kg successfully in his 2nd attempt.
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Jordan Sakkas of Wales failing in his 3rd attempt of 183kg but still impressing the crowd with a phenomenal display in his first two lifts.
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He is miffed with himself as he is not able to post anything on the board in Clean & Jerk
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Ivorn fails in his 2nd & 3rd attempt as well. 
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Good to see the crowd cheer for Ivorn as he steps out for his 2nd attempt. 
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The weightlifter from Barbados, Ivorn passes out in his first attempt as he puts the bar on his neck being unable to breathe properly.
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Ivorn Mcknee of Barbados fails in his first attempt of 182kg
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The Wales player pushing himself to the limits.
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Impressive display by Jordan Sakkas as he lifts 180kg successfully in his 2nd attempt. A very strong overhead by him.
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Ryan Meidl of Canada up next for his first attempt of 180kg. He is successful.
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Jordan Sakkas from Wales successfully lifts 176kg in his first attempt. He starts off with a new personal best, the earlier one being 175kg. This is what the competition is all about, pushing your own boundaries.
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Ridge is 3rd time lucky and he successfully lifted 175kg in his 3rd and final attempt.
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Ridge is welcomed by huge cheers by his home crowd in his 3rd and final attempt. He is pumped up by the crowd.
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The bars are being cleaned and there is a short break.
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His clean is good but the Jerk is again poor.
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Ridge is welcomed by huge cheers by his home crowd in his 2nd attempt.
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Ridge's body position did not look good.
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Australian Ridge going for 175kg in his first attempt but failing. 
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The Sri Lankan Saman going for 170kg in his 3rd attempt as well but failing as he wastes too much energy in Clean and could not do well in Jerk
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The Sri Lankan Saman going for 170kg in his 2nd attempt. He is successful in Clean but fails the Jerk as he commits a foul & two referees give the decision against him due to movement in elbows.
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The Sri Lankan Saman lifts 160kg in his first attempt.
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Scotland's Zachary Courtney has to sadly exit the competition due to injury and he would not be competing anymore.
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The Sri Lankan Saman up on stage now
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Dereck Come will have to settle for 145kg which he lifted in his 2nd attempt.
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Dereck Come of Seychelles failing to lift 150kg in his 3rd attempt. He looked a little dizzy in his final attempt.
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