Indians were waiting for another record on Thursday. But at the beginning of this day, the star of Panipat fell into trouble. The first throw is fouled. However, during the second attempt, the failure of the first comes back to Neeraj’s false pride. His javelin throw crossed 88.44 meters. Note that this is Neeraj’s fourth best throw ever. India’s top javelin thrower had scores of 88.00, 86.11, 87.00 and 83.60 meters in the remaining four turns. Then the history was first written in the name of an Indian Diamond League. In 2017 and 2018, Neeraj reached the finals of this event in the Diamond League but finished seventh and fourth. This is the sports star of 24.
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Neeraj won silver at the World Championships in America in July this year. At that time he got a serious injury in the groin. India’s javelin star missed the Commonwealth Games due to injury. As a result, India’s chances of a guaranteed gold medal diminish. He regrettably made up for it with his eye-catching performance. Indian again within a month. The Blue Eyed Boy’s return to the sports world is on track.
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Neeraj Chopra created history by winning gold in men’s javelin throw at Tokyo Olympics in 2021. He set the precedent of becoming the first Indian to win gold in track and field athletics at the Olympics. However, he was the second Indian to win gold at the Olympics. Abhinav Bindra won the first gold medal. Abhinav won gold in shooting at the 2008 Olympics.
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The star javelin thrower donated the javelin to the Olympic Museum in Switzerland in memory of Sonajoy. Neeraj wrote on Twitter, “It is a great honor for me to visit this museum. I have donated my Tokyo javelin to the Olympic Museum. I hope the presence of my javelin in this museum will inspire the younger generation to achieve their dreams.