Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Weightlifter Jeremy Larinnunga on Tuesday won India’s first gold medal at the third Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Lalrinnunga lifted 150 kg in his final attempt to score a combined 274 kg in Men’s 62 kg (Group A) category to win the noteworthy yellow metal. The 15-year-old, with 120 kg and 124 kg lifts in snatch and 142 kg and 150 kg lifts in clean and jerk, pipped Turkey’s Toptas Caner (263 kg) and Jose Manjarres of Colombia (260 kg) in the event. Prior, the Indian unexpected had secured three silver medals through Tushar Mane in 10m Air Rifle, Mehuli Ghosh (10m Air Rifle) and Tababi Devi in 44 kg Judo to record their best-ever medal haul (4: one gold, three silver) at the Youth Olympics with one gold and three silver medals. India’s past best haul, of two awards, came in the 2014 China Youth Olympics. India, involving 46 athletes in 13 disciplines, have handled their biggest ever unexpected at a Youth Olympic Games.