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Jeremy Lalrinnunga Age, Height, Family, Girlfriend, Biography, Affairs & More


Jeremy Lalrinnunga

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Bio/Wiki
Real NameJeremy Lalrinnunga
ProfessionWeightlifter
Famous ForWinning Gold Medal in the 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 170 cm
in meters- 1.70 m
in feet inches- 5’ 7”
Weight (approx.)in kilograms- 61 kg
in pounds- 135 lbs
Body Measurements (approx.)- Chest: 36 inches
- Waist: 32 inches
- Biceps: 14 inches
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
Weightlifting
International Debut2016
Coach/MentorVijay Sharma
Weight Class56 Kg, 62 Kg
Awards, Honours, Achievements • 2018: Gold (Youth Olympics Buenos Aires)
• 2017: Gold (Commonwealth Youth Championships Gold Coast)
• 2017: Gold (Commonwealth Junior Championship Gold Coast)
• 2016: Silver (IWF Youth World Championships Penang)
Personal Life
Date of Birth26 October 2002
Age (as in 2018)16 Years
BirthplaceAizwal, Mizoram
Zodiac sign/Sun signScorpio
NationalityIndian
HometownAizwal, Mizoram
SchoolNot Known
Educational QualificationNot Known
ReligionNot Known
Food HabbitNon Vegetarian
HobbiesPlaying Football, Boxing
Family
ParentsFather- Lalmaithuava (PWD Worker)
Mother- Name Not Known
SiblingsNot Known
Favourite Things
Favourite FoodChicken
Favourite SportsBoxing, Football, Weightlifting
Favourite FootballerCristiano Ronaldo
Favourite Football TeamReal Madrid

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Some Lesser Known Facts About Jeremy Lalrinnunga

  • His father was himself a sportsman. His father was a National level boxer.
  • He used to accompany his father during his training. In an interview he said

    “My father Lalmaithuava was a national level boxer. When he used to train at the gym, I used to accompany him. I have learned the principles of sports from him. One day I heard that an ex-player was training kids in weightlifting near my house. I thought I would try my hand at this strength sport instead of boxing.”

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  • At the age of 6, he started training as a boxer under the guidance of his father.
  • He started weightlifting at the age of 10.
  • The Indian Army saw the potential in him. He then started training at the Army Sports Institute in Pune.
  • In 2016, he started competing in National and International Competitions.
  • In 2018, he broke two National Records claiming a Bronze (Junior) and Silver (Youth) in Asian Championships.
  • In 2018, he bagged India’s first ever Gold Medal in the Youth Olympic Games with a combined score of 274 Kg.

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