The young powerhouse of the national team went to the field, Mao 3 gold, the Royal Navy Mao men.

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Power girl, Thai national team degree Returning to the ring, lifting the face of the final of Thailand for the year 2021 in the public category Do not miss Mao 3 gold, plus another record breaking. The Chom Palang Chai from the Royal Navy also bought 3 gold in E-Gat at Gym 2, Chiang Mai 700 Year Stadium, with Director-General of the Department of Education. presided over the award

Premsiri, the young powerhouse of the Thai national team Returning to the ring, lifting steel, Mao flat, 3 gold, ready to break Thailand’s record, the EGAT (EGAT) Weightlifting Championship of Thailand 2021 at the public level between October 30 – November 2, 2021 at Gymnasium 2, Sompoch Chiang Mai 700 Stadium year, Chiang Mai Province Still a closed race according to preventive measures against the spread of the COVID-19 virus

The first day of competition on October 30, starting with the 55 kg male model, it appears that Thiraphong Silachai from the Sisaket Weightlifting Association Made a great performance, swept alone, 3 gold medals by snatch pose, lifting 106 kg, clean and jerk 125 kg, total weight 231 kg. Nattawat Chomchuen from the Sisaket Provincial Weightlifting Association, such as The same received 3 silver medals, snatch 96 kg, Clean and Jurge 120 kg, total weight 216 kg, while Anon Yodkunthod from Nakhon Sawan Provincial Sports School received 2 bronze medals, snatch 90 kg, total weight 197 kg. While Sanhanat Phoomchaiya from Nakhon Sawan Municipal Sports School, Team A won a bronze medal. Clean and Jerk 109 kg.

Model 45 kg, female “Oi” Premsiri Boonpitak, former Thai national weightlifter who is currently 37 years old and has turned into a trainer for the Nakhon Sawan Municipal Sports School, Team A returns to the stage again Still doing a great job, Mao smooth 3 gold medals, ready to break Thailand’s record in the snatch position after lifting 68 kilograms, breaking the previous record of Nongnaphat Singla who made 65 kilograms by the Amateur Weightlifting Association of Thailand. Giving a prize money injected to break the record of Snatch and Clean and Jurge 3,000 baht per kilogram, Clean and Jurge 77 kilograms, total weight 145 kilograms, breaking the previous record of Panadda of Namchote, which made 144 kilograms, as for the silver medal of Naris Rabiam Khunthod from Suphanburi Provincial Sports School Team A won 3 silver medals, Snatch 55 kg, Clean and Jerk 62 kg, total weight 117 kg. Kulsatree Kanya from Ang Thong Provincial Sports School Team A won 3 bronze medals. Snatch 53 kg, Clean and Jurge 59 kg, Total weight 112 kg.

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Model 49 kg female Rojana Saenpuang from Suphanburi Provincial Sports School Team A won 3 gold medals, 70 kg snatch, 90 kg clean and jerk and 160 kg total weight, while Nongnaphat Singla from the sports school Suphanburi Province Team A won 3 silver medals, snatch 66 kg, clean and jerk 76 kg and total weight 142 kg, and Kanyarat Phuangpae from Bueng Malu Wittaya School received 3 bronze medals, snatch 55 kg, Clean and Jurge 65 kg and total weight 120 kg.

and the 61 kg male model, Tada Somboonuan from the Royal Navy Club Team A, won 3 gold medals, 115 kg snatch, 130 kg clean and jerk, 245 kg total weight, while Ekarat Ratcharak from Ban Phai Kok School 5 teams A won 3 silver medals, snatch 92 kg, Clean and Jurge 117 kg, total weight 209 kg. Tianchai Hengsap from Ang Thong Provincial Sports School, Team A won 2 bronze medals, Clean and Jurge 116 kilograms, total weight 197 kilograms, while the snatch bronze medal went to Panya Sudngam from Ban Phai Khor Kho School, Team A 90 kilograms.

with Dr. Niwat Limsuknirand Director General of the Department of Physical Education The president presented the medals, along with Mr. Songsak Khamdeerunggrirat, Acting Director of SAT Region 5, attended the award ceremony and Mrs. Kanchala Sukhitakul of Chiang Mai Tourism and Sports, with Asst. Prof. Chai Porn Kaewwiwat, Secretary General of the Chiang Mai Sports Association Join in giving souvenirs to athletes who won medals.

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