Lovepreet Singh (Weightlifter) Height, Age, Girlfriend, Family, Biography, & More

Lovepreet Singh (Weightlifter) Height, Age, Girlfriend, Family, Biography, & More

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Age: 25 Years

Marital Status: Unmarried

Hometown: Bal Sachander, Amritsar

Lovepreet Singh (Weightlifter) Height, Age, Girlfriend, Family, Biography, & More

 Lovepreet Singh at 2022 Commonwealth Games

Some Lesser Known Facts About Lovepreet Singh

  • Lovepreet Singh is an Indian weightlifter who competed in the 109 weight category at the 2022 Commonwealth Games (Birmingham), where he secured a bronze medal creating a national record of 192 kg in clean and jerk.
  • Lovepreet Singh first developed an interest in weightlifting when he was 13 after watching a bunch of kids in his locality lifting weights. However, for Lovepreet, who grew up watching his father sew garments in his store outside their two-room village residence, lack of money was the biggest obstacle that stood his weightlifting career.
  • When Lovepreet was in class eight senior weightlifters from his village Heera Singh and Rupinder Singh started training him. While Heera Singh is a weightlifting coach, Rupinder Singh is in CRPF (Central Reserve Police Force)
  • He has been participating in weightlifting events since his school days at D.A.V.
  • Apart from lending a hand to his grandfather in selling vegetables, Lovepreet also worked as a Ghodiwala at weddings, chauffeuring around the groom’s mare.
    An old image of Lovepreet Singh with a wedding mare

    An old image of Lovepreet Singh with a wedding mare

  • After seven years of hard work and determination, he was inducted into the national camp in Patiala.
  • He is a member of the Chandigarh Amateur Weightlifting Association.
  • At the 2021 IWF World Championships, he ranked 12th in the 109 kg weight category with a total lift of 348 kg, with 161 kg in snatch and 187 kg clean & jerk.
  • Lovepreet Singh’s bronze medal was India’s second-ever medal in an over-100kg weightlifting category at the Commonwealth Games after Pardeep Singh’s silver in the 105kg, which he earned at Gold Coast 2018.

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