India wins first gold medal at Tokyo Olympics Neeraj Chopra, who competed in the finals today in the men’s javelin throw, presented India with its first gold medal with 87.57m. Neeraj Chopra threw a javelin of 87 .03 meters in the first attempt, then 88.58 meters in the second attempt and 76.93 meters in the third attempt. On the fourth attempt he threw the javelin close to 80 meters but it failed.
Abhinav Bindra won a gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and Neeraj Chopra became the second Indian to win gold in the individual event. This is the first time in the history of the Olympics that India has won a gold medal in athletics.
It must be said that he made history for India in the first Olympics he set foot in. Neeraj Chopra, 23, who is playing in the Olympics for the first time, threw a javelin throw of 86.59 meters in the qualification round and qualified for the final. Neeraj Chopra is not close to anyone in today’s final. Neeraj Chopra’s best throw in the all-over carrier was 88.07 meters
Neeraj Chopra’s gold medal tally brings India’s total to 7 at the Tokyo Olympics. Whitelifter Miracha won the silver medal while shuttler pv Indus boxer lovlina won the bronze medal. The men’s hockey team then won the bronze medal while wrestler ravi kumar Dahiya won the silver medal. Neeraj Chopra shone with the gold medal while bringing the Bajrang Punia Bronze Medal today.
Celebrations in Haryana with Neeraj Chopra winning the gold medal are in full swing. He was born in Kandhara village in Panipat district of Haryana. Neeraj, who was studying at DAV College in Chandigarh, was selected for the INDIAN Army at an early age currently serving as a Subedar in the Indian Army. Neeraj, who made history by throwing 88 .06 meters in the javelin throw finals at the 2018 Asin Games, became a one-time hero by winning gold. The 88 .06m show was his best ever performance.
Neeraj Chopra 86, who later excelled at the 2018 Commonwealth Games He threw 47 meters and once again won gold and caught everyone’s attention.