Chanu: I will compete with myself at CWG, strive to better my world record.

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Patiala: I will compete with myself at CWG, and strive to better my world record. After winning a gold medal in the Commonwealth Games on July 30, it would not be a surprise if Dhimi Mirabai Chano stood on the podium and continued to shine her bright smile.

Eventually, she will enter Birmingham as a title favorite.

Chanu’s personal best is 207kg (88kg + 119kg) which is far better than the best effort of Nigeria’s Stella Kingsley, who will be her closest rival and has managed to handle only 168kg (72kg + 96kg) till date.

Chanu’s legend has grown since the last edition of CWG. She has added an Olympic silver, an Asian Championship bronze, and a world record to her kitty.

Not surprisingly, she announced that she would be competing in Birmingham herself, not her rivals.
“The CWG will be easy for me. I will fight on my own,” says Chanu, who already has a silver (2014) and a gold (2018) medal in the CWG.

“There is not much competition in the CWG, but that does not mean there is no competition. I have to do my best with future tournaments in mind,” he told the Nitaji Sabha National Institute of Sports. NIS) said during a clear conversation.

“The CWG will be easy for me. I will fight on my own,” says Chanu, who already has a silver (2014) and a gold (2018) medal in the CWG.

“2-3 days before leaving, my back got tight. The journey to Nigrota was also five hours. We went from Patiala to Chandigarh a day before the tournament, then took a flight from Chandigarh, which was also late. So The back tightened. “

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