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A total of 215 athletes will be representing India at the upcoming Commonwealth Games.
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Former World Champion Germany's Johannes Vetter won't be a part of the upcoming World Championship due to his shoulder injury.
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Neeraj threw 89.94 meters at the meet and while doing so he broke his own national record, which was made on June 14.
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Seeing the way Neeraj is frequently making and breaking his own records, legendary Indian cricketers took to Twitter and showered praises on India's 'Golden Boy'.
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With a throw of 89.94m, Neeraj broke his own previous record of 89.30m that he set at the Paavo Nurmi Games in Turku on June 14.
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New Delhi [India] June 30 (ANI/Mediawire): The first copy of Global Indians was presented to the Hon Vice President of India M Venkaiah Naidu in New Delhi. Accepting the first copy of the book and pleased with the initiative that highlights Indian stars, he said, "India is unstoppable and
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He might not have had a memorable outing in Tokyo 2020 but the Long Jump national record holder has plans in place
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In recent outings, Chopra won silver at Paavo Nurmi Games in Finland and broke his own national record. He followed it with gold in Kuortane Games
Updated : 2 weeks, 4 days ago IST
The 24-year-old Chopra slipped after his third attempt in Kuortane on Saturday. Neeraj threw 86.69 m to clinch the top prize in tricky and wet conditions.
The Indian javelin thrower hit the spot on his very first try at the tournament, had a foul on his second try, and bore a nasty slip in his third attempt, following which he chose to skip the remaining two attempts.
Neeraj threw 86.69 m to clinch the top prize in tricky and wet conditions. In rainy conditions, Chopra started well but there was foul in his second throw.
Updated : 3 weeks, 1 day ago IST
It was Neeraj's first competitive event since winning a historic gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.