India’s Neeraj Chopra secures 2nd position, wins silver medal with his 4th throw of 88.13 meters in the men’s Javelin finals.
Tokyo Olympics champion Neeraj Chopra won the men’s javelin silver at the World Athletics Championships in Oregon with a best throw of 88.13m in the final. He became only the 2nd Indian after legendary long-jumper Anju Bobby George’s bronze in 2003 at Paris World Athletics Championships..
Neeraj Chopra continues his winning streak!
Neeraj has now won medal at every Global event !
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Neeraj Chopra wins his first-ever medal at the World Athletics Championships.
Neeraj Chopra won the silver medal with a best throw of 88.13m in the men’s javelin final. Defending champion Anderson Peters retained his title with a stunning best throw of 90.14m. In fact, Peters threw twice in excess of 90m to lay down an early marker and put pressure on the rest of the field early.