Tokyo Olympics: One Olympic Champion to Other Olympic Champion, Abhinav Bindra to Neeraj Chopra ‘Welcome to the Club’

Tokyo Olympics: One Olympic Champion to Other Olympic Champion, Abhinav Bindra to Neeraj Chopra ‘Welcome to the Club’-
Tokyo Olympics: One Olympic Champion to Other Olympic Champion, Abhinav Bindra to Neeraj Chopra ‘Welcome to the Club’-

Tokyo Olympics: One Olympic Champion to Other Olympic Champion, Abhinav Bindra to Neeraj Chopra ‘Welcome to the Club’- India’s GOLD medal winner in shooting Abhinav Bindra on Saturday congratulated Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra on becoming Olympic champion and winning GOLD for the country. India had to wait for the last event at Tokyo Games to win its only Gold medal.

And Gold it is for @Neeraj_chopra1.Take a bow, young man ! You have fulfilled a nation’s dream. Thank you! Also, welcome to the club – a much needed addition! Extremely proud. I am so delighted for you,” Abhinav Bindra tweeted.

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Tokyo Olympics: One Olympic Champion to Other Olympic Champion, Abhinav Bindra to Neeraj Chopra ‘Welcome to the Club’-

Indian javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra created history on Saturday as he became the first from the country to win a gold in track and field in the Olympics. He threw a distance of 87.58m to pick the gold at the ongoing Tokyo Olympics.

Neeraj began his quest for a medal with a massive throw of 87.03 meters and was leading the pack after the end of the first attempt. He bettered it with the second throw of 87.58m. While he wasn’t able to improve any further, it was enough to get him the coveted medal. He is now the second Indian after Abhinav Bindra to win a gold medal in individual events. As a result of this win, India has now won seven medals in the multi-sporting event. In the ongoing Tokyo 2020, Bajrang Punia (Bronze), Mirabai Chanu (silver), PV Sindhu (bronze), Lovlina Borgohain (bronze), men’s hockey team ( bronze), and Ravi Kumar Dahiya (silver) have also won medals.

Neeraj had announced his arrival in style in the Tokyo Olympics on Wednesday when he threw a monstrous throw of 86.65m and automatically qualified for the final after just his first attempt.

The Indian javelin thrower had a personal best of 88.07 metres which was also his season-best before starting his Olympics campaign.

Tokyo Olympics: One Olympic Champion to Other Olympic Champion, Abhinav Bindra to Neeraj Chopra ‘Welcome to the Club’-

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with inputs from ANI