World Athletics Championships: Neeraj’s Throw Of 88.13 Meters, India Won Silver For The First Time

World Athletics Championships: Neeraj Chopra’s historic throw of 88.13 meters won India silver for the first time at the World Athletics Championships. Neeraj Chopra’s throw has blossomed again. India’s Neeraj Chopra won the country’s only second medal at the National Athletics Championships.

World Athletics Championships: Neeraj's Throw Of 88.13 Meters

World Athletics Championships

He won a historic silver in the men’s javelin final. Neeraj’s throw of 88.13 meters in his fourth attempt ensured him only a podium finish. 24 years after Anju Bobby George’s bronze medal in women’s long jump in 1998, Neeraj won India’s World Athletics medal again. Neeraj Chopra has ended India’s long wait of 24 years.

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Out of the top three after his first three attempts, Chopra’s massive throw moved him into second place, just behind world champion Anderson Peters of Grenada. Anderson Peters won the gold with a massive throw of 90.54m.

Sunday morning in India was filled with joy. Neeraj Chopra brought smiles to the faces of 1.4 billion Indians by winning a medal in the men’s javelin event at the World Athletics Championships. Neeraj ended the long wait of 24 years. The Olympic champion once again lifted India’s chest by hoisting the tricolor at the World Championships with his stunning victory. Neeraj Chopra did the same in the men’s javelin event at the World Athletics Championships.

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