who won the gold medal in javelin throw in Tokyo Olympics, said that this is the biggest day of my sports life. If I have won a gold medal in athletics for myself and the country, it is a big deal. When PM Modi called the champion player to congratulate him on winning the gold, he also made a special demand from the Prime Minister. (Neeraj Chopra)
Neeraj Chopra said that it just seems a little difficult.
Nothing seems special right now but it seems that it will be known after coming to India. Although it is definitely that the hard work that was done is the result of it. Nothing can be bigger than the Olympics. What is a gold medal for you? On this question, Neeraj Chopra said, ‘I think this is the biggest day of my sports life. It is a big deal for me if I have won the gold medal in athletics for myself and my country. (Neeraj Chopra)
After taking 87.58 meters in his second attempt, Neeraj Chopra said, ‘No, it is not so,’ on what was he thinking that the gold was confirmed or something else was going on. The rest of the throwers were also doing very well.
The throwers who have been at number two and third have also thrown up to 88-89 meters. I used to think that he can take out such a throw at any time. However, it was in my mind that I have to focus on my game and throw well. (Neeraj Chopra)
What PM Modi said On what the Prime Minister said during the conversation with PM Narendra Modi, Neeraj Chopra said, ‘He has made India very happy with his performance today. After this gold of yours, other players will get motivation. Other people will also come to the game.’ There is a lot of talent in our country. (Neeraj Chopra)
Give full support to the game the way it can be progressed. Other sports should be promoted so that more medals can be won in the Olympics. On what he was thinking before the final throw, Neeraj said, ‘I was very excited at that time. (Neeraj Chopra)
It seemed that I did not know what would happen. Still, I tried hard to break the Olympic record. Especially trying to do my best. I would have been very happy if I could throw more than 90 meters. Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra created history at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday. ( Neeraj has won a gold medal in Olympics. He captured the gold medal in the javelin throw final on Saturday with a throw of 87.58 meters.
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