WATCH: Neeraj Chopra 89.30m Javelin throw video goes viral on social media: Once again Olympics gold medal winner Neeraj Chopra broke his own national record with 89.30 meters. Neeraj Chopra, a Star Indian Javelin thrower has once again added another feather to his own legendary cap on Tuesday at Paavo Nurmi Games in Finland by throwing 89.30 meters. It was his first-ever participation in the competition since he recorded his name in the Indian history of the Olympics Gold Medalist. Follow For More Updates

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Neeraj Chopra 89.30m Javelin throw video

Neeraj Chopra speaking about his second win in Javelin’s throw said that he is pleased with his performance. it was also his first event after Olympics, so he is happy to continue with the high notes season. His confidence has been boosted since he won the second win in the second event. And now he wants to work on his techniques of throwing, and the other performances. He is happy with his performance in the event, but he wishes to do so well in the forthcoming events.

The golden boy of India has previously made a national record of 88.07 meters, this record was made by him in the month of March 2021 in Patiala. Later in the same year on the 7th of August, Neeraj Chopra played for India in the Olympics and won the first Indian player who won an Olympic Gold medal in athletics. The recorded throw in Olympics was 87.58 meters. Before Neeraj Chopra, there was Abhinav Bidra who had won the separate gold medals in the Olympics.

Neeraj Chopra Javelin throw video 89.30m

Neeraj Chopra is currently being trained in Kuortane, Finland for the forthcoming league which will be in Stockholm. This event is a proportion of the Ministry’s Target Olympic Podium Scheme (TOPS). The TOPS provides athletes with customized support. The gold medalist started his training at Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center in the United States for three months. Later he joined Gloria Sports Arena in Antalya, Turkey, and for the current times, Neeraj has been taking his training from Kuortane, Finland. After his training finishes, he will be all set for the upcoming competition.

Subedar Neeraj Chopra was born on 24 December 1997. He is a Junior Commissioned Officer in the Indian Army. Neeraj had participated in the 2018 Commonwealth Games and Asian Games of 2018 as a flag-bearer and won gold in both the participation. Neeraj won the gold medal in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics on 7 August 2021 with a record of 87.58 meters. Neeraj Chopra is honored with the Padma Shri award in the year 2022 for making the entire India proud at the Tokyo Olympics. Neeraj has not only won gold in Tokyo Olympics, but he has also won gold medals at the World Junior Championships, Commonwealth Games, Asian Games, and the South Asian Games.


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