Tokyo Olympics' Gold Medalist Neeraj Chopra Made A Historic Silver Medal In World Athletics Championship
After winning Olympic Gold Medal at Tokyo Olympics, India's Neeraj Chopra secured the silver medal in the men's javelin final with an 88.13m throw finishing in the second position at the World Athletics Championships on Saturday.
With a 90.54 m throw, Grenada's Anderson Peters won the gold medal while Olympic silver winner Jakub Vadlejch of the Czech Republic took the bronze with 88.09m at the World Athletics Championships held at Eugene, Oregon.
On Neeraj's victory, the Haryana CM ML Khattar applauded him for making history by winning silver in the World Athletics Championships. Recalling Anju Bobby George who won the bronze medal in 2003. In an interview with ANI, he said, " This is the first time India has won a silver in this championship".
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He opens up about his performance after winning a historic silver medal, " It was a challenging competition today. I'm happy that I got a medal for the country".
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