I Learnt A Lot Today Says Neeraj Chopra After Winning Silver In World Athletics Championship

Neeraj Chopra, who won the country a medal in the World Athletics Championships after 19 years, has said that the competition was not easy for him. He learned a lot on this day and is very happy to have won the silver medal. He is very happy with the results. Neeraj is the first Indian male to win a medal in this competition. Before her, only Anju Bobby George of India has won the medal. Now Neeraj has won medals in all global competitions.

Neeraj said, “Today the conditions were not very good, there was a lot of wind but it was expected that the throw will take place. I have won the medal today, it feels good and now will try to do better next year. Even though it looks easy.” , but Anderson must have definitely put in a lot of effort to cover 90 metres. This year he is the world leader. Throwing very good throws. Many of his throws have been over 90 metres. I’m happy for him I think he has worked hard. It’s good for me too. I have a good challenge ahead of me.”

Neeraj further said that being an Olympic champion, he does not feel any pressure on himself. He believed in himself even after the third throw. He made a comeback and won the silver medal. It’s really enjoyable. Next time he will try to change the color of the medal. Along with this, Neeraj has said that he will try to do his best in the Commonwealth Games.

Neeraj’s performance in the final
first round foul
second round 82.39
third round 86.37
fourth round 88.13
fifth round foul
6th round foul

Neeraj continuously improved the performance
Olympic champion Neeraj Chopra failed in the first attempt in this competition. His first throw was declared a foul. Chopra then threw the javelin 82.39 meters away in the second round. Neeraj’s rival Anderson Peters of Granada put pressure on Neeraj by throwing a javelin 90.21m in the first attempt and 90.46m in the second round. After this, Neeraj continuously improved his performance in the third and fourth rounds. He managed to throw 86.37 meters in the third round and 88.13 meters in the fourth round. Neeraj failed in the fifth round. Peters managed to win the gold medal with a javelin throw of 90.54 metres. Jakub Vadlejch of Czech Republic managed to win bronze with a score of 88.09.

Apart from Neeraj, Rohit Yadav of India was also a part of this competition, but he could not win any medal. Rohit covered a distance of 78.72 meters and finished 10th. He was eliminated from the competition in the third round itself.

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Neeraj Chopra, who won the country a medal in the World Athletics Championships after 19 years, has said that the competition was not easy for him. He learned a lot on this day and is very happy to have won the silver medal. He is very happy with the results. Neeraj is the first Indian male to win a medal in this competition. Before her, only Anju Bobby George of India has won the medal. Now Neeraj has won medals in all global competitions.

Neeraj said, “Today the conditions were not very good, there was a lot of wind but it was expected that the throw will take place. I have won the medal today, it feels good and now will try to do better next year. Even though it looks easy.” , but Anderson must have definitely put in a lot of effort to cover 90 metres. This year he is the world leader. Throwing very good throws. Many of his throws have been over 90 metres. I’m happy for him I think he has worked hard. It is good for me as well. I have a good challenge ahead of me.”

Neeraj further said that being an Olympic champion, he does not feel any pressure on himself. He believed in himself even after the third throw. He made a comeback and won the silver medal. It’s really enjoyable. Next time he will try to change the color of the medal. Along with this, Neeraj has said that he will try to do his best in the Commonwealth Games.

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