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NEW DELHI: Olympics silver medallist weightlifter Mirabai Chanu has pulled out of the upcoming World Championships to be held in Uzbekistan’s Tashkent from December 7 to 17.
Mirabai, who had gained the World title in 2017, determined to withdraw her entry from the occasion after failing to grasp a brand new method in snatch class, for which she had began practising after reporting to NIS Patiala in late August. In her absence, former World Junior bronze medallist, Jhilli Dalabehera, will spearhead the nation’s problem within the 49kg class.
Earlier, the Manipuri weightlifter had deliberate to make her worldwide comeback put up her Tokyo success with the Commonwealth Championships in Singapore in October, however the occasion was cancelled over Covid-19 issues.
The reigning CWG champion is assured of participation within the 2022 Birmingham version of the Video games owing to her present world No. 1 rank in her weight class (48kg) among the many taking part Commonwealth nations.
Mirabai has set her sights on profitable gold on the Hangzhou Asian Video games subsequent yr, a multi-sport occasion by which she has by no means competed. She had pulled out of the 2018 Jakarta Asiad after failing to get better from a decrease again harm. Mirabai has been engaged on perfecting a brand new method in snatch with chief nationwide coach Vijay Sharma at NIS. She intends to raise the barbell above 210kg on the Asiad to face a good probability of a podium end.
It has been learnt that Mirabai may utilise the time between now and the Birmingham CWG to journey to St Louis within the US and proceed her rehabilitation of shoulder harm with Dr. Aaron Horschig, a bodily therapist and energy and conditioning coach.

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