Joby Mathew’s Journey to Bronze: Triumph in the Under 59kg Legends Category in World Para Powerlifting Championship 2023

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Indian weightlifter Joby Mathew has added another feather to his cap, securing the bronze medal in the under 59kg weight category in the Legends category. With a remarkable total lift of 125kg, Mathew displayed his unwavering dedication and prowess in the sport.

Mathew’s journey to this podium finish is a testament to years of hard work, discipline, and an unrelenting passion for weightlifting. Competing in the under 59kg weight class is no small feat, and his achievement underscores his exceptional strength and skill. The competition was fierce, with weightlifters from around the world showcasing their abilities.

Mathew’s impressive performance stood out as he flawlessly executed each lift, demonstrating not only his physical strength but also his mental fortitude. This victory serves as an inspiration to aspiring weightlifters in India and worldwide. Mathew’s dedication to his craft and his commitment to training have culminated in this well-deserved bronze medal.

Congratulations to Joby Mathew on his remarkable accomplishment in the under 59kg weight category in the Legends category. His success is a source of pride for India and a testament to the power of determination and hard work in the world of sports. We eagerly await his future performances and the continued inspiration he brings to the world of weightlifting.

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