Shivpal Singh to tie the knot with Anjali soon
Shivpal Singh to tie the knot with Anjali soon

Indian javelin thrower Shivpal Singh, who is preparing for this year's Asian Games and Commonwealth Games, is all set to tie the knot soon. Shivpal Singh, who won a silver medal at the Asian Athletics Championships, is currently a senior non-constrained officer in the Indian Air Force. Shivpal, who qualified for the Tokyo Olympics with a throw of 85.47m, has also flown to Tokyo along with Neeraj Chopra.

However, despite a good start, He has not been able to make it to the final round, while his partner Neeraj Chopda has also won the gold medal by defeating a legendary Olympic champion like Johannes Vetter. It has also been India's first medal in the track and field event. Shivpal, who returned to the country after disappointment in Tokyo, is gearing up for the Asian Games and commonwealth games, with Shivpal Singh, who represented India at the Tokyo Olympics, to tie the knot on February 16.

The name of the to-be wife is Anjali: The name of his future wife is Anjali. The wedding is scheduled to take place in Chindauli, which is their hometown. Shivpal Singh met Anjali in August after coming from Tokyo and both the families have decided to tie the knot before the big events. Shivpal is a great athlete in the track and field event and has the ability to achieve every position with his hard work.

Shivpal Singh can take Indian athletics to new heights in the times to come and teaming up with Neeraj Chopra is going to give the country double happiness in many events. However, his journey from junior level to senior level is full of injury. In 2015, he was selected for the Junior World Championships, but due to injury, Shivpal could not participate. Something similar has happened with Shivpal in the 2018 Asian Games. After a great start, he got injured before the final round and could not make his throw.

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