Neeraj Chopra Olympics Tokyo 2020:
While the Men’s Javelin throw finals saw a great performance by one of the most promising players at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 Neeraj Chopra. Neeraj Chopra bagged the first Gold medal for India at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 with a bet throw of 87.58 m.
Indian Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra who made a direct entry to the Men’s Javelin throw finals at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 made a consistent lead until the third attempt at the finals.
A foul in the fifth attempt didn’t work against Neeraj’s determination as India is still leading with the best throw of 87.58 m, followed by Czech Republic’s Jakub Vadlejch at 86.86 m and Vesely Vitezslav at 85.44 m.
History has been scripted at Tokyo! What @Neeraj_chopra1 has achieved today will be remembered forever. The young Neeraj has done exceptionally well. He played with remarkable passion and showed unparalleled grit. Congratulations to him for winning the Gold. #Tokyo2020 https://t.co/2NcGgJvfMS— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) August 7, 2021
Even after a foul in the fourth attempt, India’s Neeraj Chopra took a lead with his best throw at 87.58 m followers by Veselly Vitezslav of the Czech Republic at 85.44 m at second, and Julian Webber of Germany at 85.30 m. While Pakistan’s Arshad Nadeem is at 4th position with a throw of 84.62 m.
The Javelin Thrower Neeraj Chopra bagged India's 7th medal, and second-ever gold medal after shooter Abhinav Bindra (2008) making it India's best-ever medal haul. The historic Gold medal win of Neeraj Chopra has made each Indian citizen proud, and the whole country is celebrating it currently.
While these visuals from his Neeraj's residence in Panipat Haryana are the perfect vibes for the win, with everyone dancing and enjoying the match.