9 July 1995|
Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India25
|University team||Kashi Vidyapeeth , Varanasi|
|Updated on 27 July 2014.|
Punam Yadav (9 July 1995) is an Indian weightlifter who won Bronze medal in the women's 63 kg weight class at the 2014 Commonwealth Games at Glasgow, where the gold medal was won by Olauwatoyin Adesanmi of Nigeria And won a gold at commonwealth games gold coast Australia 2018
The daughter of a small farmer Punam grew up lending a helping hand to her parents in a Benaras village. After three years of intense training to become an international weightlifter, when Punam finally got a chance to represent India at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, her parents lacked the fund to support her. So her father sold their family buffalo to fund Punam’s trip. 
She won the gold medal by lifting a total of 222 kg: 100 kg in Snatch and 122 kg in Clean and jerk in 2018 Commonwealth Games in women's 69 kg division.
She had won bronze medal in Weightlifting at the 2014 Commonwealth Games – Women's 63 kg
|Weightlifting at the|
2014 Commonwealth Games
|56 kg||48 kg|
|62 kg||53 kg|
|69 kg||58 kg|
|77 kg||63 kg|
|85 kg||69 kg|
|94 kg||75 kg|
|105 kg||+75 kg|
|72 kg||61 kg|
|+72 kg||+61 kg|
- "Glasgow 2014 - Women's 63kg Group A". results.glasgow2014.com. Retrieved 2014-07-29.
- "Her Farmer Father Sold Their Buffalo So Punam Yadav Could Win Gold For India". 2018-04-10.
- "Weightlifting Start List Package" (PDF). www.iwf.net/. 2014-07-22.
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