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Weightlifting at 2018 Commonwealth Games Odds

What could be more impressive than muscular people lifting unbelievable weights. With powerhouse legs, dynamite arms and a concrete core on show from every athlete, no other sport can match Weightlifting in a display of pure, crowd-captivating strength. Super-strong men and women compete across a range of bodyweight categories in the snatch and the clean and jerk disciplines. Each athlete has three attempts to make their best lift. It is the combined weight of their best lift in both disciplines that will determine the ultimate placings. Who will be the strongest of them all?



Fijian Manueli Tulo is entering his prime age at 28 and looks to cash in on this. He’s coming off 2 consecutive pacific games golds and came 8th at the world championships last year, the highest out of the commonwealth competitors.


Vaipava Ioane is looking to go a couple steps further and win gold 4 years after collecting bronze in Glasgow.


Mohd Hafif Mansor is the defending champion when heading down to the gold coast. He is looking to win consecutive gold. He heads there after being the highest seeded competitor 2 years ago.


Sathish Sivalingham the defending champion heading to the gold coast. He’s been pretty strong momentum wise heading forwards and hopes to win again.


Richie Patterson was the highest commonwealth competitor at the olympics 2 years ago so is the clear favourite heading to the gold coast this summer. He hopes to make it 2 in a row.


Coming 6th last year at the world championship is a good starting block for Canadian Boady Santavy to look to win gold. The youngster doesn’t have any major games competition so it’ll be good to see how he performs on th big stage.


8 Golds in continental and international competitions for David Kotoatau is a pretty impressive resume and he shows no sign of stopping. The kiwi looks to impress again this year on the Gold Coast.


New Zealand’s flag bearer 4 years ago Itte Detenamo looks to make up for narrowly missing out on gold 4 years ago, by picking 1 up on the gold coast this year. Detenamo heads into the games coming off of 3 consecutive pacific games medals and hopes to end his 8 years of being commonwealth silver medalist.



World Gold medallist Saikhom Mirabi Chanu looks to use the energy from her world championships gold last year to finally win gold this year after narrowly missing out 4 years ago.


The small island nation of Papa New Guinea sends gold medallist Dika Toua as the favourite to pick up another gold. She has to be the favourite not only for the 53KG but also the favourite to bring Papa New Guinea a gold.


Tia-Clair Toomey is a name you may not of heard of, however the Aussie has been producing recently, coming a very close 2nd in the pacific games.


Can Canadian strong women Maude Charron improve on her 4th overall finish last year at the worlds. However if Charron wants to win she’ll need to improve on her clean and jerk as that has consistently been letting down her impressive snatch


Rebekah Tiler enters the commonwealth games at the young age of 19. However her young age has already shown it doesn’t hold her back. Tiler came 20th in the Olympics aged just 17 so has shown the ability to perform on the big stage.


Marie-Eve Beauchemin Nadeau, just as difficult to spell as it is to say. The Canadian heads to the gold coast as defending champion and doesn’t look likely to give up her gold from 4 years ago. Nadeau backed up that performance by finishing 8th,with a lift of 228kg which is gold potential for the commonwealth games.


Mariam Usman may only be 5ft 5 but that doesn’t stop her from being the overwhelming favourite to win gold. Usman heads to the gold coast with 12 international and continental medals, including the gold in this competition 4 years ago.

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