Mirabai Chanu Net Worth

Mirabai Chanu’s net worth is $3 million. She is a very famous Indian weightlifter who recently won a gold medal in Commonwealth Games 2022. She also won the silver medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Women’s 49 kg category.

Mirabai Chanu Biography

Mirabai Chanu was brought into this world on 8 August, 1994 in Nongpok Kakching, Imphal East, Manipur, India. She has more than 761k followers on Instagram – mirabai_chanu.

She was granted the Padma Shri by the Government of India for her commitments to the game. She was granted the wearing honor Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna by the Government of India in 2018.

Chanu won the silver award in the ladies’ 48 kg weight class at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Glasgow; she proceeded to break the games record on the way to the gold decoration at the 2018 release of the occasion held in Gold Coast. Preceding the 2020 Summer Olympics, her greatest accomplishment came in 2017, when she won the gold decoration at World Weightlifting Championships held in Anaheim, California.

Personal Details

Real NameSaikhom Mirabai Chanu
Age27 years
Date of Birth8 August, 1994
BirthplaceImphal East, Manipur, India.
ProfessionIndian WeightLifter
Zodiac SignLeo


FatherSaikhom Kriti Meite
MotherSaikhom Ongbi Tombi Leima
SiblingsMaikhom Sanatomba Meitiei
Saikhom Rangita, Saikhom Shaya
Boyfriend/SpouseNot Known


SchoolYet To Update
UniversityYet To Update
QualificationYet To Update

Physical Statistics

Height4’11 Feet
150 cm
1.5 m
Weight49 Kgs
108 Pounds
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack

Early Life

Saikhom Mirabai Chanu was brought into the world on 8 August 1994 in Nongpok Kakching around 30 km away from Imphal city, Manipur to a Meitei family. Chanu distinguished herself as a supporter of Sanamahism yet additionally expressed she venerates Hindu gods as well. Her family recognized her solidarity when she was only 12. She could without much of a stretch convey an immense heap of kindling home when her senior sibling found it hard to try and pick it up.

Mirabai Chanu prepared at the Sports Academy in Manipur. She hitched rides with transporters conveying sand. Subsequent to winning the Olympic decoration, she welcomed the transporters to offer her appreciation and contacted their feet as an honorable gesture.


Chanu’s most memorable significant advancement came at the Glasgow release of the Commonwealth Games; she won the silver award in the 48 kg weight class. Chanu qualified for the 2016 Rio Olympics in the ladies’ 48 kg class. Be that as it may, she neglected to finish the occasion, attributable to no fruitful lifts in any of her three endeavors in the clean and jerk area.

In 2017, Mirabai Chanu won the gold decoration in the Women’s 48 kg classification by lifting a contest record 194 kg altogether (85 kg grab and 109 kg clean and jerk) in the 2017 World Weightlifting Championships held at Anaheim, California, United States.

Mirabai Chanu lifted a sum of 196 kg, 86 kg in Snatch and 110 kg in Clean and Jerk to win the main gold decoration for India in the 2018 Commonwealth Games. En course to the award, she broke the games record for her weight class; the work likewise denoted her own best performance. She passed up a bronze decoration in 49 kg classification at 2019 Asian Weightlifting Championships with an all out lift of 199 kg, her own best, as her Snatch weight was lower than the third spot competitor, both of whom had indistinguishable aggregates.

At the 2019 World Weightlifting Championships, Mirabai Chanu lifted a sum of 201 kg (87 kg Snatch and 114 kg Clean and Jerk) to complete fourth. This individual best all out likewise made another public record in the 49 kg classification. She broke her own record again four months some other time when she lifted 203 kg (88 kg in Snatch and 115 kg in Clean and Jerk,) in the 49 kg class to win the gold award at the 2020 Senior National Weightlifting Championships.

In April 2021, Mirabai Chanu won the bronze decoration at the 2020 Asian Weightlifting Championships in Tashkent where she lifted 86 kg in grab and afterward made the world record by lifting 119 kg in the quick lift, for a sum of 205 kg. In June 2021, Chanu turned into the main Indian lady weightlifter to meet all requirements for the 2020 Summer Olympics by getting second situation on the Absolute Rankings for 49 kg class.

Mirabai Chanu won the silver decoration in 49 kg division at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo with an all out lift of 202 kg, turning into the main Indian weightlifter to win silver at the Olympics, the second Indian weightlifter after Karnam Malleswari to win an Olympic award, and the second Indian lady after P. V. Sindhu to win an Olympic silver. Another Olympic record was enlisted by Chanu with a fruitful lift of 115 kg in clean and jerk. Her success guaranteed India its most memorable decoration at the Tokyo Olympics.

Consequence of Tokyo Olympic Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren Singh declared an honor of ₹1 crore for her. Indian Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw reported an honor of ₹2 crore, an advancement and something else for her.

Gold Medal Common Wealth Games

Mirabai Chanu, one of India’s top gold award possibilities, satisfied hopes by securing the principal gold decoration for the country at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022 by completing first in quite a while’s 49kg weightlifting last.

Mirabai Chanu, one of India’s top gold decoration possibilities, satisfied hopes by securing the main gold award for the country at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022 in the ladies’ 49kg weightlifting last. Chanu, who had won the gold quite a while back in Gold Coast, not just protected her title effectively by lifting 201kgs (88kg in grab and 113kg in quick lift) however set a Games standard. Chanu’s endeavors got India’s third award of the day – each of the three in weightlifting after Sanket Sargar had won silver and Gururaj Poojary had guaranteed bronze in their particular occasions.

Exactly the way in which overwhelming Mirabai Chanu’s exhibition was can be assessed from the way that among her and silver medallist Marie Ranaivosoa of Mauritius, the thing that matters was a gigantic 29kgs. It took some time for Chanu’s chance to come yet you realized she was up next when they support staff included loads the free weights.

In the principal endeavor itself, Chanu effectively lifted 84kg, taking a 8kg-lead throughout the subsequent best. In her next grab endeavor, Chanu added 4 additional kgs and lifted 88kgs easily, raging to her own best and establishing a CWG standard. Heading into CWG, one of the hypes encompassing Chanu was whether she would have the option to lift 90 kgs. She chose to let it all out however sadly, couldn’t pull it off.

That little blip anyway had little effect on the result of the challenge. In her most memorable endeavor of quick lift itself, Chanu lifted 109kgs to affirm the record and India’s most memorable gold of this version of the CWG. Be that as it may, Chanu wasn’t content there. In her subsequent endeavor, she added 4 kgs more, held her hands around the free weight and effectively lifted an astounding 113 kgs. Mirabai Chanu endeavored 115 kgs in her last endeavor, and in spite of the fact that she was unable to land this one well, it didn’t make any difference. It was at last time for the Indian National Anthem to play without holding back in the field.

This is Chanu’s most memorable huge outcome since her Olympics takes advantage of the year before. Similar as her other observed Olympic medallists, the 27-year-old weightlifter has gone a piece calm post her Tokyo crash. Chanu had contended in only one competition since the Games last August, at the Singapore International in February where she won the 55kg classification lifting 191kg. From that point forward, she stopped herself in St. Louis, USA with her long-lasting strength and molding mentor Dr. Aaron Horschig, imbuing more capacity to the two sides of her shoulder, which is much of the time at the center of attention.

The Manipuri weightlifter is really amazing at the CWG level, rivaling her internal mission of pushing the limits. Chanu’s entrance all out for Saturday has been recorded at 205kg, which was her own best at the Asian Championships last year (86kg grab + 119kg quick lift, a world record). Among the closest opponents from the 10 others in her 49kg class is Nigeria’s Stella Kingsley who lifted an individual best of 168kg last year.

India have been the customary forces to be reckoned with in weightlifting at the CWG with in excess of a lot of decorations to display. Quite a while back in Gold Coast, the country’s weightlifters cleared nine decorations, five of them being gold remembering Chanu for the 48kg. After four years, it’s just the subsequent day and we have previously had three, with one bound to be added late this evening.