Neeraj Chopra won a bronze medal and  records a score of 86.79m at the Kourtane Games

Neeraj Chopra won a bronze medal and records a score of 86.79m at the Kourtane Games

Indian track and field athlete and a Junior Commissioned Officer in Indian Army, Naib Subedar Neeraj Chopra created a significantly better show from his past 2 performance as he completed 3rd position with his best attempt of 86.79 meters in the Kuortane Games 2021 in Finland on June 26. Neeraj Chopra started his javelin throw with 83.21 meters and afterwards sent the iron lance to a distance of 86.79 meters in his subsequent attempt.

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Every one of the leftover 4 javelin throws was fouls. German athlete and won gold at the 2017 World Championships in the javelin throw, Johannes Vetter’s javelin throw was 96.29 meters won the javelin throw event with the best score of 93.59 meters. The German is the gold medal top choice in the forthcoming Summer Olympics. Trinidadian track and field athlete Keshorn Walcott is an Olympic champion, having won gold in 2012 and a bronze medal in the Olympic Games Rio 2016, completed second with the best score of 89.12 meters in the event.

Neeraj Chopra came into the Kuortane games meet on the rear of consecutive gold medals in Europe. His 1st game was at the Lisbon, Capital of Portugal with a javelin score of 83.18 meters javelin throw and the 2nd at the Karlstad leg of the Folksam GP 2021 Prix in Sweden with the score an 80.96 meters effort.

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In spite of the fact that Neeraj Chopra didn’t win gold in Finland, he gave his best efforts in his European visit up until now. The path, be that as it may, was shy of his own best of 88.07 meters likewise an Indian national record at the 3rd Indian Grand Prix in the month of March.

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