Tokyo Olympics – Neeraj Chopra creates history by winning a gold medal, a big feat in the javelin throw.

India’s Neeraj Chopra has created history by winning the gold medal in the javelin throw at the Tokyo Olympics. Neeraj Chopra finished first with the best distance of 87.58m and became only the second player from India to win an individual gold medal. Prior to him, Abhinav Bindra won a gold medal in shooting in 2008. This is India’s 10th overall gold medal at the Olympics, with the men’s hockey team winning eight golds.

In his second attempt, Neeraj Chopra got a second of 87.58m and no one could surpass him. Earlier, Neeraj had also won gold medals in the 2018 Asian Games and Commonwealth Games.

In Tokyo Olympics, India won a total of seven medals including 1 gold, 2 silver, and 4 bronze. Earlier, the record for India’s highest Olympic medals was set at the 2012 London Olympics, when 6 medals including 2 silver and 4 bronze came
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