First Indian player to win a gold medal in Tokyo Olympic, he is provided all people, Mirabai Chanu and Ravi Kumar dahiya win the silver medal
Tokyo Olympics 2021 India Events Schedule, Day 15: Neeraj Chopra has won Gold in Javelin Throw, India’s 2nd ever individual gold. Bajrang Punia won Bronze in Wrestling; golfer Aditi Ashok earlier omitted on a medal by a whisker, finishing 4th. India has finished their campaign with 7 medals.
Neeraj Chopra put during a stunning performance to win India’s first Olympic trophy in athletics. The 23-year-old registered a best attempt of 87.58m to end before the Czech Republic duo of Jakub Vadlejch and Vitezslav Vesely. it had been India’s first trophy at the continued Tokyo Olympics and also the country’s second individual trophy in its Olympic history after Abhinav Bindra’s heroics in Beijing 2008. together with his historic effort, he also took India’s medal haul to seven within the ongoing Games – the country’s highest ever, beating the tally of six medals won at the London Games in 2012.
Neeraj Chopra had inherited the ultimate together of the favorites to win a medal after topping the charts in qualification.
Chopra started off with a throw of 87.03, taking the lead after the primary round of throws itself. If that was an honest start, he went even better together with his second attempt, registering a throw of 87.58.
His third throw was 76.79.
In a major upset, Germany’s Johannes Vetter – who was widely tipped to win gold – was knocked out of contention after he did not make it to the highest 8 following the primary three throws.
Neeraj Chopra’s fourth and fifth attempts were foul throws, but he continued to top the leaderboard.
His last throw was a formality with all his competitors having already finished their attempts, and he recorded 84.24 with the attempt.
Czech javelin thrower Vadlejch had the runner-up throw of 86.67, while his compatriot Vesely clinched bronze together with his attempt of 85.44m.
Tokyo Olympic 2021 India medal
Total 7 Medel archive India,
1. Neeraj Chopra – Win (Gold Medel ) javelin throw
2. Ravi Kumar dahiya – (Silver medal ) wrestling
3. Mirabai Chanu – ( Silver medal ) weight lifting
4. PV Sindhu – ( bronze medal ) women’s single Badminton 🏸
5. Lovlina Borgohain – ( Bronze medal ) women’s Boxing 🥊
6. Indian hockey team ( Bronze medal) Hockey🏑
7. Bajrang punia – ( Bronze medal) wrestling