Delhi: Golden Boy Neeraj Neeraj Chopra Created History by Winning the Silver Medal in the World Athletics Championship-2022 in USA

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USA/Delhi: Golden boy Neeraj Neeraj Chopra has created history in Eugene, USA at the World Athletics Championships-2022. Neeraj won the silver medal by throwing the javelin 88.13 meters away.

Neeraj, ending a drought of 19 years, has given India the first medal in this championship since 2003. Rohit Yadav was out of the race while staying at number 10 in the same competition. Earlier, India had only one medal in the World Championship, which was won by long jump athlete Anju Bobby George with a bronze medal in 2003. Now after 19 years, the second medal came in India’s account, which is silver.

Golden Boy Neeraj Neeraj Chopra has created history in Eugene, America in the Pioneership-2022. Neeraj won the silver medal by throwing the javelin 88.13 meters away. Neeraj, ending a drought of 19 years, has given India the first medal in this championship since 2003. Rohit Yadav was out of the race while staying at number 10 in the same competition. Earlier, India had only one medal in the World Championship, which was won by long jump athlete Anju Bobby George with a bronze medal in 2003. Now after 19 years, the second medal came in India’s account, which is silver.

Neeraj Chopra’s first attempt was a foul, while he threw 82.39 meters in the second attempt. It was far from his best performance. On the other hand, Grenada’s Anderson Peters crossed 90 meters in the first attempt. He almost assured his medal by throwing 90.46, 90.21 and 90.46 meters in three consecutive attempts. Neeraj improved his performance in the third attempt. He reached number four with a throw of 86.37 meters. The Indian star finished second in the fourth round with a throw of 88.13m. Neeraj’s performance was even better than the Olympics.

He won the gold medal in the Olympics with a javelin throw of 87.58 metres. Now Jakub Vadlej of the Czech Republic had reached number three. He fouled in the sixth round. He fouled in the 5th round, but the good thing was that Jacob could only throw 81.31 meters. On the other hand, Grenada’s Anderson Peters got the gold medal, who snatched gold from Neeraj in the second successive major event. Neeraj became the first athlete to win silver at the World Athletics Championships. found to be. He had to be content with silver. After 19 years, the country has got a medal in this championship. Before Neeraj, Anju Bobby George won bronze in the long jump in 2003. Neeraj has become the first Indian athlete to win silver in this championship. Also, he is the first Indian male athlete to have won a medal in this championship.

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