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Last week, the javelin star made a stunning comeback from injury to win the javelin throw competition at the Lausanne Diamond League with a best throw of 89.08m.
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Neeraj's silver medal in the men's javelin throw was the big headline of Oregon 2022 for India.
Neeraj's silver medal in the men's javelin throw was the big headline of Oregon 2022 for India, with the Tokyo Olympic gold medallist finally ending the country's 19-year-long wait for a medal at the world championships.
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The Olympic medallist started the proceedings with a foul throw, which was followed by 82.39m and 86.37m.
Neeraj recorded a distance of 88.13m in his fourth attempt in the men's javelin throw final and secured the second position.
New Delhi [India], July 24 (ANI): External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Sunday congratulated Tokyo Olympic gold medallist Neeraj Chopra for winning the silver medal in the men's javelin throw final at World Athletics Championships in Eugene.
Neeraj recorded a distance of 88.13m in his fourth-attempt throw and secured the second position.
Placed in Group A at Hayward Field, Neeraj Chopra, the reigning Olympic champion, recorded a throw of 88.39m in his first attempt, breaching the qualifying mark.
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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.
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'.
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.
Updated : 10 months, 3 weeks ago IST
New Delhi [India], November 13 (ANI): Tokyo Olympic gold medallist Neeraj Chopra on Saturday said that he is feeling good to be finally conferred with Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna award and he will continue to do better going forward.