Sikh Weightlifter Wins 3 Golds at International Competition

Warwick competitor Karenjeet Kaur Bains was awarded in the Commonwealth ladies’ competition in the juniors category.

Bains brought home several medals consisting of three golds in the squat, deadlift and bench press only.

Her best lifts on the day – 140kg squat, 80kg seat and 160kg deadlift – additionally earned her two silvers in the seat press and seat press-just rivalries.

The accomplishments of Bains, who was likewise the primary British Sikh female to represent to Great Britain at the World Championships, are considerably increasingly momentous considering she offsets her preparation with an all day occupation and expert bookkeeping tests.

Bains’ adventure has not been a smooth one. She originally represented at 19 at the Commonwealth Games in Vancouver in 2015, breaking two British records and putting fifth against competitors four years her senior.

On her arrival home, she tore her piriformis muscle which administered her out of aggressive powerlifting for quite a while.

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