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Successful Olympic Video games gold is extra valuable than breaking 90m barrier, says star javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra « Athletics Federation of India


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Olympic and world champion Neeraj Chopra stated he was centered to excel on the Paris Olympic Video games beginning July 26 in France. “Successful Olympic Video games gold is extra wonderful than breaking the 90m barrier,” the champion javelin thrower stated right here on Wednesday. “I’ll actually break that barrier (90m) however proper now I’m mentally; bodily and emotionally centered to make a giant impression on the Paris Video games.”

Competing in his first home competitors after profitable gold on the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Video games held in 2021 in Japan, star javelin thrower comfortably gained gold medal right here in Bhubaneswar with a throw of 82.27m. “I used to be anticipating good competitors from Manu DP. However because the competitors progressed Manu DP wasn’t in a position to get rhythm to cross 85m,” the 26 years outdated world champion defined.

Manu DP of Karnataka was second. Uttam Patil from Maharashtra was third with a throw of 78.39m.

Asian Video games medalist and native hero, Kishore Kumar Jena completed fifth with a throw of 75.49m.

Shivpal Singh, one other outstanding throw was eradicated within the preliminary spherical. Solely the highest eight superior to the medal spherical.

Neeraj Chopra opened his 2024 season with second place end (88.36m) on the Doha Diamond League.

After home competitors right here in Bhubaneswar, he’ll compete in Europe to organize for the Paris Olympic Video games.

In preparation for the Olympic Video games, he has chalked his plans. He’ll compete on Might 28 in Ostrava (Czech Republic) and Turku (Finland) in June. Thereafter, he’ll assess his health. “I’ll see how my physique and thoughts reacts to prime quality competitions after which take a name, “ he disclosed.

Neeraj Chopra’s private greatest and nationwide report of 89.94m was recorded in 2022. The champion thrower stated he was working arduous and on day ought to be capable to breach 90m. “I want to win and never consider distance,” he defined.

Often called golden boy of Indian monitor and area, Neeraj Chopra, was excited to see kids watching athletics at Bhubaneswar’s Kalinga Stadium. “I’m excited to see so many fan followers on the stadium,” he added.

Outcomes:

Males: 100m: 1. Gurindervir Singh (Punjab) 10.35, 2. Animesh Kujur (Odisha) 10.50, 3. Harjit Singh (Punjab) 10.56; 400m: 1. Muhammed Ajmal (Kerala) 45.91, 2. Santhosh Kumar T. (Tamil Nadu) 46.48, 3. Vikrant Panchal (Haryana) 46.62; 1500m: 1. Mehedi Hassan (Assam) 3:42.82, 2. Abhishek Singh Thakur (Madhya Pradesh) 3:43.49, 3. Yoonus Shah (UP) 3:44.25; 10000m: 1. Mohan Saini (Goa) 30:41.65, 2. Puneet Yadav (Har) 30:42.78, 3. Ankit Deshwal (Har) 30.44.32; Triple leap: 1. Praveen Chithravel (TN) 16.79m, 2. Eldhose Paul (Ker) 16.59m, 3. Mohammed Salahuddin (TN) 16.25m; Javelin: 1. Neeraj Chopra (Har) 82.27m, 2. Manu D.P. (Kar) 82.06m, 3. Uttam Patil (Mah) 78.39m.

Girls:

100m: 1. Sneha S.S. (Kar) 11.63, 2. Giridharani Ravikumar (TN) 11.67, 3. Srabani Nanda (Odi) 11.76; 400m: 1. M.R. Poovamma (kar) 53.32, 2. Summy (Har) 53.46, 3. Vithya Ramraj (TN) 53.52;

1500m: 1. Akshana (MP) 4:23.65, 2. Nikita Sharma (HP) 4:25.05, 3. Amandeep Kaur (Pun) 4:28.10; 10000m: 1. Soniya (Ukd) 37:15.29, 2. Pooja Yadav (UP) 37:17.44, 3. Prajakta Godbole (Mah) 37: 27.34; Hammer: 1. Harshita Sehrawat (Del) 59.10m, 2. Tanya Chaudhary (UP) 56.51m, 3. Manpreet Kaur (Pun) 56.4m; Excessive leap: 1. Abhinaya Shetty (Kar) 1.77m, 2. Angel Devasia (Ker) 1.74m, 3. Most Ritu Akhtar (Ban) 1.71m; Heptathlon (after seven occasions): 1. Agasara Nandini (Tel) 5460, 2. Anamika Ok.A. (Ker) 4997, 3. Deepika S. (TN) 4817.

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