Know how Neeraj Chopra became a Javelin Thrower, and what he spoke on Milkha Singh and PT Usha

Publish Date: 09 Aug, 2021 |

Neeraj Chopra latest Interview:

Indian Javelin Thrower Neeraj Chopra had won a Gold medal in the Men’s Javelin throw finals for India at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 and made the whole nation proud. And hence, here we are with Neeraj Chopra’s latest interview where the Tokyo Olympics Gold Medalist Neeraj Chopra has shared his whole story behind such a victory.

Neeraj Chopra latest interview highlights:

  • Athlete Neeraj Chopra sharing his thoughts from the Tokyo Olympics 2020 stated that even after having the best throw at 87.58 m, he was still under pressure and had a strong determination to win a gold medal at Tokyo Olympics. Neeraj Chopra best throw was at 87.58 m, which earned him a gold medal.

  • During his initial days, Neeraj shares that he didn’t have any planning to enter sports and represent India at an international level. However, he went with the flow and started playing Javelin’s throw. With the support of his seniors, he has reached such a position in his sports career.

How Neeraj Chopra entered Javelin’s throw?

Athlete Neeraj Chopra shares that his youngest uncle took him to a stadium, and he wanted Neeraj to become a sports player. And after that, his seniors and friends in the field supported him to become what he is today.

How an Olympics Gold medal changed Neeraj Chopra’s life?

Neeraj shares that our country didn’t have a medal in Athletics, and it was much needed to show the importance of sports. While getting a gold medal in athletics will bring a lot of change, especially in the Javelin throw.

What does Neeraj Chopra say about Milkha Singh’s dream?

Neeraj Chopra shares that Athlete Milkha Singh always had a dream that India should win a gold medal in athletics along with other sports. He shares that what Milkha Singh did for Indian sports is commendable and after the “Neeraj Chopra gold medal win”, Milkha would have been proud of him.

Indian track and field athlete Neeraj Chopra shares that he would like to dedicate this medal to Milkha Singh and many other strong players from India who couldn’t win a gold medal.


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