Erra Deexitha Gold is a weightlifter who has competed in the Commonwealth Weightlifting Championships. In this blog post, we will take a look at her weightlifting career thus far and what her future may hold.
Story of Erra Deexitha
Deexitha Gold started weightlifting in 2015 and she has been steadily making a name for herself ever since. She competed in her first Commonwealth Weightlifting Championships in 2017 and she won a gold medal in the 48kg weight class.
She followed that up with a silver medal in the 49kg weight class at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Most recently, she won a bronze medal in the 53kg weight class at the 2019 Commonwealth Weightlifting Championships.
Deexitha Gold is currently ranked 8th in the world in the 53kg weight class. She is still relatively new to the sport of weightlifting, but she has already accomplished a great deal. It will be interesting to see how she fares in future competitions.
Erra Deexitha Gold is a rising star in the world of weightlifting. She has already accomplished a great deal in her young career, winning medals at both the Commonwealth Weightlifting Championships and the Commonwealth Games. With her current world ranking of 8th in the 53kg weight class, it will be exciting to see what she does next.
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