Don Opeloge is a professional weightlifter who has competed in many national heavyweight competitions.
He is a Samoan weightlifter born on May 13, 1999. He is known to the public for winning the men’s 96kg at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England.
Most people think that weightlifting and bodybuilding are in the same category, which is wrong. Professional bodybuilders aim to have a broken physique of average size, but powerlifters focus solely on developing their own strength.
Additionally, Opelage won a silver medal in the men’s 85kg category at the 2018 Commonwealth Games on Gold Coast, Australia. He has great powerlifting abilities and an impressive personal record.
Also, Opeloge comes from a weightlifting family. His siblings are also weight lifters. His brother Nushila and sister Elle both won gold medals at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi.
Who is Don Opellogg?
Don Oeloge is a well-known powerlifter who has won a gold medal in Commonwealth Games under 96 kg.
At the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games held in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, he finished 9th place in the men’s 85 kg event. In 2018 he won silver at Commonwealth Games on Gold Coast, Queensland.
Moreover, In 2019 he won the gold medal in the men’s 89 kg event at the Junior World Weighlifting Championships held in Suva, Fiji. A month later, he represented Samoa at Pacific Games 2019 and won the gold medal in the men’s 89 Kg event.
Furthermore, The 2019 commonwealth Weightlifting Championships were held simultaneously, and his total result also gave him the gold medal in the event.
In addition, the powerlifter might follow a stick diet plan in his training session.