Excelsior Sports Correspondent
JAMMU, July 15: Two days J&K State Power Lifting Championship Sub Junior, Junior, Senior and Master Men and Women Unequipped and Equipped Power Lifting Championship concluded at Any Time Fitness Gym, Transport Nagar, here.
The Championship was organized by All J&K State Power Lifting Association affiliated to Power Lifting India and was held under the observer of J&K State Sports Council Weightlifting and Powerlifting coach.
MLC Vikram Randhawa was the chief guest on the occasion while Aditi Sharma was the guest of honour who distributed prizes among the winners and runner-up players.
Vickramjeet Singh and Sakshi Koul emerged best lifters in Senior Equipped Power Lifting Championship while Roshan Sharma and Surbhi Bali emerged best lifters in Senior Unequipped Power Lifting Championship while Sunil Chib emerged best lifter in Junior Unequipped Power Lifting Championship and Vishal Sudan was top performer in Sub Junior Power Lifting Championship.
Vickramjeet Singh broke all the previous records and set new record in squat by lifting 420 kg and 235 kg in bench press with total of 935 kg while Jagbir Singh also set new record in unequipped bench press by lifting 200 kg.
Around 200 players participated from various districts of J&K including Jammu, Samba, Kathua, Reasi, Doda, Kishtwar, Rajouri, Leh and Srinagar.
The organisers included Ajay Sharma (General Secretary), Rahul Sawhney (Senior Vice President), Gulzar Singh & Vikram Singh (Vice Presidents), Sanjeev Singh & Adil Ashraf Khan (Joint Secretaries), Ravinder Sharma (Treasurer) and the Executive Members namely Suresh Paul, Deepak Jyoti, Sumit Gupta, Anshuman Sharma, Sajad, Joginder, Gourav Gupta, Shabee Ahmed, Sandeep Banmotra and Karnail Choudhary.
The championship was sponsored by Any time Fitness Gym.
The medal winners: Women’s Category:
Gold Medal: Sapna Jain, Sonam Kumari, Sakshi Koul, Surbhi Bali, Sunana, Gurpreet Kour, Rubi Sharma, Khushi Wadhera, Samreen Kour, Radhika, Juhi Gupta, Prachi Gupta and Rakshita Bhagat.
Silver Medal: Divya Gupta, Rashika Handa, Khushi Wadhera, Samreen, Rita and Rukhmani Vaid.
Bronze Medal: Suman Lata, Sonika, Riya Gupta and Prachi Gupta.
Men’s Category: Gold Medal: Cheetan Dogra, Lakhvir, Harshul Sharma, Rahul Kumar, Vishal Sudan, Aditya Sharma, Jagdev Singh, Bhuvan Vasudev, Aatish Sharma, Sumit Sharma, Sourav Singh, Vishavjeet Singh, Ankush Sundan, Abhishek Negi, Haroon Choudhary, Rajesh Gupta, Sandeep Sharma, Samarjeet, Sumit Kumar, Aryan Sharma, Vikas Sudan, Manik Kumar, Rahul Chib, Amandeep Bassan, Sunil Chib, Arun Badal, Ajay Jogi, Shalinder Singh, Ronit Verma, Bhavneet Singh, Gourav Sharma, Arun Dev Singh, Roshan Sharma, Viren Deep, Mahul Verma, Jagbir Singh, Amandev Singh, Rajas Sharma, Priyunshi Chalota and Vickramjeet Singh.
Silver Medal: Parshotam Kumar, Muteeb Elahi, Adiya Sharma, Rahul Sharma, Rahul Balgotra, Ziaul Haq, Devankar Gupta, Bhuvan Vasudev, Bal Krishan, Ritesh Sharma, Bharat Kanojia, Akashay Mahajan, Adnan Choudhary, Vikas Kumar, Nageshwar Singh, Chirag Gupta, Mohit Saini, Sangam Choudhary, Vikram Deep, Ronit Verma, Uday Veer, Shalav Gupta, Anurga Magotra, Abhiam Sharma, Deepanshu Amla, Arun Dev Singh Dalkotia, Sourav Singh, Vishal Kumar and Boby Nirmal.
Bronze Medal: Harshit Sharma, Rohit Sharma, Ziaul Haq, Rahul Kumar,Dushant Baloria, Neeraj Singh, Vishavjeet Singh, Rakesh Kumar, Sanjeev Kumar, Aniket Bhagat, Sahil Gupta, Sumit Sapolia, Rahul Chib, Ubaid ul Rehman, Neeraj Singh, Amarjeet Singh, Nikhil Kumar, Akash Malhotra and Abhiyam Sharma.