Tokyo Olympics : Indian Javelin Thrower Neeraj Chopra has rank history in the Tokyo Olympics’s Javelin Throw final. He has secured gold medal in the Tokyo Olympics. Neeraj captures gold while deciding the best distance of 87.58. Neeraj was also top in his group in the Qualification Round. Let us tell that after the 2008 Beijing Olympics, it is India’s first gold medal.
Neeraj created history in the final of Javelin Throw.
Neeraj Chopra was at the forefront of the beginning in the final of Javelin Throw. He has fixed 87.03 meters in his first attempt. At the same time, he fixed 87.58 distance. With this, he has thrown a far more than his qualification record. This is the first medal of India so far in Javelin Throw. Not only this in athletics, it is India’s first medal.
Gold after 13 years
In the Olympic Games, it is the first gold medal after 13 years of India. Before Neeraj Chopra, Abhinav Bindra won the gold medal in shooting at Beijing Olympics. This is the second personal gold of India in the Olympics. Earlier, India has won 8 gold medal in hockey.
The whole country was expected to
From Neeraj Chopra, the whole country was expected to be gold medal today and they all came to the expectations. This is because they had achieved the first number while making a distance of 86.65 in the Qualification Round. Neeraj was the biggest contender for India’s first Gold Medal in Tokyo.
So far 7 medal of India
India has now won 7 medal including 1 Gold 2 Silver and 4 Bronze in Tokyo Olympics. Apart from Neeraj Chopra, Mirabai Chanu (Wait Lifting) and Ravi Dahiya (Wrestling) won Silver Medal on behalf of India. PV Sindhu, Bajrang Punia, Lovlina and Indian Hockey team won Bronze for India.