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Neeraj Chopra Diamond League: This Olympic gold medalist proved himself again in Doha

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Doha Diamond League: Olympic gold medalist Neeraj Chopra has once again excelled. He has won the Doha-based Diamond League. Olympic champion Neeraj Chopra won the javelin throw on Friday to kick off the Diamond League competition in Doha. He joined the contest with the goal of keeping this championship.

The javelin was thrown by Chopra (25), who won the Diamond League title in the event held in Switzerland in September 2022, to a distance of 88.67 meters in Doha. In his first try, Chopra threw the javelin 88.67 meters, which was the fourth-best performance of his career.

He continued to lead the list until the very end. Chopra avenged his defeat by Anderson Peters in the World Championship the previous year. At the Doha Diamond League 2023, Peters tied for third place while India’s star player Neeraj Chopra made the cut.

In 2018, Neeraj took part in this competition for the first time, and he placed fourth. The silver medalist against the Czech Republic, Jakob Vadlejch, was only four centimeters behind Chopra with a throw of 88.63 meters. Jacob took home a silver medal from the Olympics in Tokyo.

His javelin throw of 90.88 meters earned him the silver medal in the Diamond League the previous year. At the Olympics in Tokyo, Neeraj Chopra won the gold medal in the javelin throw. He accomplished this on August 7, 2021.

Neeraj Chopra became the second individual gold winner from India and the first track and field athlete to earn an Olympic medal. Neeraj won gold at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo with a remarkable throw of 87.58 meters.

Neeraj first caught everyone’s attention from there. Neeraj Chopra, a 25-year-old Olympic medalist who threw the javelin 89.94 meters at the Stockholm Diamond League, currently owns the record for the javelin throw.

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