Hidilyn Diaz catches second consecutive 31 SEA Games gold award

31st Sea Games/ 2021 Sea Games
Date : 12 to 23 May, 2022
Venue : Hanoi, Vietnam
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Sea Games 2022
Date : 12 to 23 May, 2022
Venue : Vietnam
Watch Free : Mediacorp [Singapore], VTV [Vietnam]
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Filipino weightlifting pride Hidilyn Diaz accomplished one more brilliant completion for the country as she secured her second consecutive Southeast Asian Games gold award on Friday.

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Diaz lifted an aggregate of 206 kilograms, managing the ladies’ 55kg division in the 31st SEA Games weightlifting rivalry held at the Hanoi Sports Training and Competition Center in Vietnam. In the grab occasion, Diaz and possible silver medalist Sanikun Tanasan were in a tight fight for the lead.

Thai Weightlifter

The Thai weightlifter aced the 85 and 90 kg lifts in her initial two endeavors, while the Filipina recorded a higher completion subsequent to lifting 90 and 92 kg.

Tanasan was fruitful in lifting the SEA Games grab division record of 93 kg to hold a one-kilogram lead as Diaz neglected to lift 94 kg in her last endeavor.

In the quick lift class, Tanasan had serious areas of strength for a subsequent to acing the 104 and 110 kg lifts. This propelled the Zamboaguena weightlifting star to start her quick lift first endeavor with 114 kg, which she effectively lifted.

Tanasan attempted to match the 114-kg lift of Diaz in her last quick lift endeavor however she neglected to pass it, making ready for a gold decoration finish for the Filipina. Diaz attempted the 118 and 121 kg lifts in her last two endeavors, however didn’t get it done.

Indonesia’s Natasya Beteyob

The Thai weightlifting ace got done with a sum of 203 kgs, while Indonesia’s Natasya Beteyob won the bronze decoration with a complete lift of 188 kgs. Diaz governed similar occasion in 2019, two years prior to winning the country’s most memorable Olympic gold decoration in Japan.