Tokyo Olympic 2020 : Neeraj Chopra First Indian To Win Olympic Gold In Athletics

In the Javelin throw final, India's javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra has won first ever Gold in Javelin throw for India

Tokyo Olympic 2020 : Neeraj Chopra First Indian To Win Olympic Gold In Athletics

India's javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra has won first ever Gold in Javelin throw for India.India's javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra has come out with the intention of winning a medal in the Javelin throw final.He was leading from throughout the competition. Neeraj has thrown the javelin 87.03 meters in his first throw. Everyone is expecting a medal from Neeraj. On the other hand, Johannes Vetter of Germany has thrown 82.52 meters in his first attempt. Arshad Nadeem of Pakistan threw the javelin 82.40 meters in the first attempt. Neeraj was at the top from the beginning. In the second attempt too, Neeraj did wonders and he covered 87.58m in the second attempt. In the third attempt, Neeraj made 76.79m. The javelin is thrown away.

First Round

In the third attempt, Neeraj scored 76.79m. Second attempt: No addition of Neeraj here too

Neeraj Chopra started the second attempt first. And as if he started from where he had left off. Same energy, same freshness and same stamina. And the result was that Chopra went beyond the first round. In this attempt, Nariz covered 87.58 m. Throw the javelin at a distance.

At the same time, the javelin of Germany's Julian Weber, who did the best in the season, could not even cross the first attempt in this round. Weber was left far behind and in the second attempt, he was about ten meters more than the first. left behind. Weber made 85.30 m in the first attempt. The distance was covered, but this time it was 77.90 m.In the second attempt of the first round also, Neeraj finished on top.

First attempt: Neeraj on top, no challenge for Indian thrower!

In the first round, Neeraj came second to throw the javelin and like in the qualifying round, Neeraj, putting all his energy in the first attempt, measured a distance of 87.03 that no other athlete could throw his javelin ahead of him in this round. The second-best javelin thrower this season after Neeraj in the first round was Germany's Weber Julian, who shot 85.30m. measure the distance.

Let us tell you that in this round the last four number throwers will be out. And from here 8 players will go to the next round and in the final, these eight athletes will get three chances.