After making history at the 'World Athletics Championships,' Neeraj Chopra said this
After making history at the 'World Athletics Championships,' Neeraj Chopra said this

Olympic's golden boy javelin throw player Neeraj Chopra has created history at the World Athletics Championships. Neeraj threw 88m in the final of the championship held in Eugene, USA. Throwing the javelin thrown 13 meters away made his name for the silver medal. After the victory, Neeraj Chopra said that there was a little problem due to the wind. But I'll make every effort to give my best. The fight was tough, there was a lot to learn.

Neeraj Chopra said "I have always spoken that it was every day was Athlete's day. Peters did well, today was Peters' day. Talking about the Olympics, Peters did not even reach the final. It is very challenging for every athlete, the body of every athlete is also different. No one can ever be compared. They all put up a lot of their efforts. We also put in a lot of effort. It was a difficult fight. There's a lot to learn from today's game.''

After the same win, Neeraj Chopra said that silver is very happy. He had no separate plans. There was a very good throw in the qualification round. Every day is different. Not always the result we think, but it was a very tough fight, we made a comeback and won the silver. Neeraj Chopra said that Anderson Peters' throw was very strong. For me, today's situation was different. But I thought the throw was okay, I was happy with my throw. He said that gold can't come every time. There can always be up-downs in sports. I will always try to give my best. Neeraj said that today's game has taught me a lot. The wind was the opposite. It has also had an impact. Somewhere it seemed that there would be a throw, but I am happy to win the medal. We'll work harder ahead.  

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