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FULL NAME: Jhilli Dalabehera
GENDER: Female
BORN: 3rd February, 1999 (Source: International Weightlifting Federation)
PARENTS: (Father), (Mother)
HOME ADDRESS: Nayagarh, Odisha, India
ACADEMIC EDUCATION: Not known
PROFESSION: Employee of Indian Railways

HOME ACADEMY: Sports Hostel, Bhubaneswar
RECEIVED COACHING FROM: P Dharma Rao
TOTAL INTERNATIONAL MEDALS: 10 (4 gold, 4 silver, 2 bronze) as on 8 December, 2021.

MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS:

STATE:
*     Won the 48kg Gold medal with three new state records in the 31st Women State Weightlifting Championships, held at Berhampur on Nov 29, 2015.
*     Broke her own record of 2013 with a total lift of 139kg in the 48kg youth category of the State Weightlifting Championship in Berhampur on Nov 22, 2014.
*     Won the Gold medal for Khurda with the total lift of 129kg in women’s 48kg category of the State Weightlifting Championship, held at Berahampur on February 23, 2014.

NATIONAL:
*     Won one Bronze medal for her employers Indian Railways in senior women 45kg category of the combined National Weightlifting Championships, held at NSNIS, Patiala from 9-12 August, 2021.
*     Won Gold medal in women 45 kg category of the Senior National Weightlifting Championship, held at Khudiram Anushilan Kendra, Kolkata from 2-7 February, 2020.
*     Won two Gold and one Silver medals in 48kg category of the 30th Junior Women National Weightlifting Championship, held at Vishakhapatnam from Feb 20-25, 2018.
*     Won two Gold and one Silver medals in girls 48kg weight category of the 11th Sub-junior National Weightlifting Championship at Patna (Bihar) on Feb 22, 2016.


INTERNATIONAL:
*     Won Silver medal in womens 49kg category at the Commonwealth Weightlifting Championships in Tashkent, Uzbekistan on 8 December 2021.
*     Bagged Gold medal in 45kg class with a total lift of 157 kg (Snatch 69, C&J 88) in the Asian Senior Championships, held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan on 18 April, 2021.
*     Won the Gold medal in womens 45kg category of the 13th South Asian Games in Pokhara, Nepal on 5 Dec, 2019.
*     Represented India in women 45kg class of the World Weightlifting Championships, held at Pattaya, Thailand from 18-27 Sept, 2019.
*     Secured Bronze medal in 45kg class with a total lift of 156 kg (Snatch 67, C&J 89) in the Asian Junior Championships, held in 2019.
*     Won the Gold medal in 45kg class with a total lift of 164 kg (Snatch 70, C&J 94) at the Commonwealth Senior Championships, held in 2019.
*     Won the Silver medal in 45kg class with a total lift of 162 kg (Snatch 71, C&J 91) at the Asian Senior Championships in Ningbo, China on 21 April, 2019.
*     Finished 12th in 45kg class with a total lift of 174 kg (Snatch 76, C&J 98) at the IWF World Championships, held in 2018.
*     Secured Bronze medal in 48kg class with a total lift of 167 kg (Snatch 75, C&J 92) in the IWF Junior World Championships, held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan from 7-14 July, 2018.
*     Won the Silver medal in 48kg class with a total lift of 166 kg (Snatch 73, C&J 93) at the 25th Asian Junior Championships, held in Urganch, Uzbekistan from 20-30 April, 2018.
*     Bagged Gold medal in 48kg class with a total lift of 154 kg (Snatch 67, C&J 87) in the Commonwealth Junior Championships, held in Gold Coast, Australia from 3-9 September, 2017.
*     Finished 5th in 48kg class with a total lift of 158 kg (Snatch 69, C&J 88) in the Asian Junior Championships, held in 2017.
*     Finished 7th in 48kg class with a total lift of 141 kg (Snatch 60, C&J 81) in the Asian Junior Championships, held in 2016.
*     Finished 4th in 48kg class with a total lift of 141 kg (Snatch 60, C&J 81) in the Asian Youth Championships, held in Tokyo, Japan from 8-11 November, 2016.
*     Finished 5th in 48kg class with a total lift of 143 kg (Snatch 61, C&J 82) in the Senior Commonwealth Championships, held in 2016.
*     Won the Silver medal in 48kg class with a total lift of 143 kg (Snatch 61, C&J 82) in the Junior Commonwealth Championships, held in Penang, Malaysia on 25 October, 2016.
*     Finished 9th in 48kg class with a total lift of 143 kg (Snatch 61, C&J 82) in the IWF Youth World Championships, held in 2016.


OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
*     Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik honoured her with the Biju Patnaik Award 2021 for Outstanding Performance in Sports and Games and a cheque of Rs 2 lakh in Bhubaneswar on 29 August 2022.
*     In 2019 she was included in the elite athlete scholarship scheme of Reliance Foundation Youth Sports (RFYS).
*     Received Ekalab Award as Sportsperson of the Year in recognition of her achievements between the years 2017 and 2019.


PROFILE FIRST UPLOADED: 11 March 2014
PROFILE LAST UPDATED: 16 September 2022


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