Video: Neeraj Chopra gets another gold in the name of India

Neeraj Chopra, who is called India's star javelin thrower, has once again brought laurels to India. In fact, he won the gold medal in the javelin throw at the Kuortane Games held in Finland. Let you all know that Neeraj is the first Indian athlete to have won a medal in this Games. In fact, he achieved this feat by throwing a javelin for 86.69 meters on Saturday. Let us also tell you all that after winning a gold medal in the Tokyo Olympics, Neeraj Chopra was participating in a tournament for the second time and here too he waved his victory flag.

 

Although Neeraj Chopra could not do his best, he overtook Trinidad & Tobago's Saffronon Walcott and Granada's world champion Anderson Peters to claim the yellow tag. At the same time, the second-placed Walcott was also not far behind Neeraj Chopra and finished second with a distance of 86.64 m while Peters was in third place with 84.75 m. Let us tell you all that during these games, Neeraj Chopra threw the javelin in his first attempt to 86.69 meters away, while the other two throws were declared fouls.

At the same time, during the third throw, Neeraj Chopra also survived the injury because when he was throwing the throw and suddenly his leg slipped. However, without giving up, Neeraj Chopra stood up again and after that, he did not take the risk and did not take the other two throws. Earlier, Neeraj Chopra had broken his national record by throwing 89.30m javelin at the Paavo Nurmi Games held in Finland on Tuesday. Yes, although despite his excellent performance during that time, he brought a silver medal to his name.

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