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first_img Press Trust Of India SUBSCRIBE TO US COMMENT First Published: 21st December, 2019 15:17 IST LIVE TV Youth Olympic gold medallist weightlifter Jeremy Lalrinnunga went on a record-breaking spree, claiming three world marks in a remarkable performance, on the way to a silver in the men’s 67kg category at the 6th Qatar International Cup. In a power-packed performance, the 17-year-old smashed his own Youth World and Asian record in snatch, clean and jerk and total lift with an effort of 306kg (140kg+166kg) to win the silver medal Friday night. Jeremy broke 27 records in total all under his name, combining national and international marks.READ | Punjab Panthers Cruise Past NE Rhinos To Set Up Title Clash With Gujarat GiantsHe smashed 12 international records — three youth world, three youth Asian and six Commonwealth records — and 15 national records — five youth national, five junior national and five senior national. The teenager from Mizoram started the year by winning a silver medal in the EGAT Cup, lifting 131kg in snatch and 157kg in clean and jerk. At the Asian Championships, he smashed the Youth World and Asian records with an effort of 297kg (134kg+163kg).READ | Surfing Legend Kelly Slater Won’t Compete At Tokyo 2020 OlympicsAt the 2019 World Championship, Jeremy had lifted 296kg (136kg+163kg) to finish tenth in an easier group B. He also went on to win a gold and a silver in Asian Youth Championship and Asian Junior Championship, respectively. Jeremy has been steadily improving since switching his weight category from 62kg, but the Mizoram lifter still has a long way to go as the world record in the 67kg category stands at 155kg in snatch, 185kg in clean and jerk and 339kg for the total lift.READ | Israel Adesanya Called Out By Kickboxer Alex Pereira Who Had Knocked Him Out In 2017READ | Mexico’s Martinez Wins WBC World Flyweight Crown center_img Last Updated: 21st December, 2019 15:17 IST Jeremy Smashes National And His Own Youth World Record Youth Olympic gold medallist weightlifter Jeremy Lalrinnunga went on a record-breaking spree, claiming three world marks in a remarkable performance WATCH US LIVE Written By FOLLOW USlast_img read more

first_imgThe NFL did not interview Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt or the woman involved in an alleged February altercation in Cleveland at The Metropolitan at the 9, Hunt’s hotel apartment downtown, according to ESPN.The league did not request to speak with Hunt after the incident, though it did reach out to the woman and her friend, but they did not respond, ESPN reports, citing unidentified sources.  Chiefs release RB Kareem Hunt after video surfaces of alleged February altercation “The NFL believes it did everything possible from a legal standpoint. The league could not subpoena the hotel or police for the video of the incident.”The league, however, did have the police report. And Hunt spoke to the Chiefs about the incident. Yet after reviewing the police report and speaking to the Chiefs following their discussions with Hunt, no action was taken, leading up to the video that was released Friday.”And so the NFL’s investigation of Hunt did not include any interviews with the perpetrator himself or the woman who was pushed, shoved and kicked.”The NFL released a statement later Sunday, confirming the “investigation began immediately following the incident in February” and that the league “continues to pursue a complete understanding of the facts.” The Chiefs released Hunt on Friday after learning about the video released by TMZ. The footage doesn’t identify the woman, but it is believed to be connected to an individual who came forward after an incident that occurred Feb. 10. Abigail Ottinger, 19, claimed she was “pushed and shoved” during a dispute in Cleveland, alleging to police that Hunt assaulted her around 3:45 a.m. on a Saturday outside his hotel apartment, according to Cleveland.com.Police responded to the scene, but charges were not filed and no arrests were made “because officers say they were unable to determine if a crime had been committed,” according to TMZ.The woman told police in February that the argument started when she refused to hook up with a member of Hunt’s entourage, TMZ reported. Additionally, the NFL said it spoke to “as many witnesses who were there as possible and that they said Hunt was not involved in the incident.” But TMZ released a video Friday showing Kareem shoving and kicking a woman, contradicting what the league said.Per ESPN:  Related Newslast_img read more