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Commonwealth Games 2018: Weightlifting Men's 77kg, India's Sathish Kumar Sivalingam fighting for a Gold medal, Live Updates

The Clean and Jerk event is set to get underway in a while.
Updated: 07 April 2018 07:36 IST - Published: 07 April 2018 03:21 IST
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With this, we come to the end of our coverage of this match, as India win its third gold medal in as many days. All of India's medals so far have come from weightlifting, which has proven to be a brilliant sport for the country so far.
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So the results are confirmed! Sathish wins gold, Oliver gets silver, while Etoundi takes bronze.

Gold - Sathish Kumar Sivalingam
Silver - Jack Oliver
Bronze - Francois Etoundi
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Tabaroua fails his final attempt of 176kgs, and that confirms the bronze for Etoundi. The Aussie lifter may be injured, but elation is written all over his face. Having confirmed his gold medal, Sathish will now not go in for his third attempt.
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With this, Etoundi's bronze medal is confirmed, as he looks on from the sidelines, with an ice-pack strapped to his shoulders.
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Vachon comes out for his third attempt, which could give him the bronze. However, he fails to lift properly in the jerk category!
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Now Sathinsh attempts 173kgs, which he lifts with ease, to confirm the top spot and the gold medal spot, with a total lift of 317kgs!
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He comes back out for his third attempt. If he misses this, Sathish will win gold! And he lifts 171kgs. 
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Oliver fails his second attempt of 171 kgs! This puts Sathish in great position to win gold!
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What drama here! Etoundi lifts 169 kgs, through pain, to take himself up to the third spot. He grimaces in pain, as he clutches his shoulders and falls to the ground. A great effort by the Australian.
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And Sathish finally comes out for his first attempt for 169kgs, and lifts it with ease! This takes him up to the first position on the charts.
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We are all eagerly awaiting Sathish's first attempt. If he makes the lift, he will go one point higher than Oliver.
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Vachon is back again with his second attempt of 168kgs, and managed to get the lift. This takes him up to the second position!
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Vidanage goes in for 168kgs on his second attempt, but fails to make the lift.
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Sathish will attempt 170kgs in his first attempt, and hence will take the lead, if he does manage to lift it.
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Vachon goes for 168kgs, but fails to lift it.

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Oliver goes in for a 167kg attempt. He seemed to struggle for a while, but eventually managed to keep himself staticc enough to get two decisions.
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Forde comes in for his third and final attempt of 166 kgs, as he gives a vicious war cry. However, he could barely lift it offf the ground.
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Vidanage lifts 166kgs to take his total tally to 298kgs. The Sri Lankan looks pretty content with this lift.
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Etoundi struggles, but manages to lift 162kgs, and gets the decision easily.
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Lukose lifts 160 kgs, but the judgesdon't seem to have liked his wobbly elbows, and he does not get a decision from any of them.
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McTaggart comes in for a 160kg lit, but he could not even get up from his haunches.
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Forde  attempts a 160kg lift, and he lifts it with ease
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Jack Anthony fails to lift 159kgs, but fails to make the lift!
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McTaggart of NZ is up next! 156kg is what he attempted, and he lifts it with ease!
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Jack Anthony goes for the 153kg lift, and completes it with some difficulty.
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