Neeraj Chopra Update VIDEO How Neeraj Chopra got hurt a gold slipped from his hand

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Neeraj Chopra

Highlights

  • Even before the start of the Commonwealth Games, India got a big setback
  • Neeraj Chopra won the silver medal in the World Athletics Championships
  • Neeraj Chopra won gold for India in Tokyo Olympics 2021

Neeraj Chopra Update: Two days before the start of the Commonwealth Games, India has suffered a major setback. Neeraj Chopra, who won India gold in the javelin throw event at the Tokyo Olympics, is out. It is being told that he has suffered an injury, so he will no longer be able to participate in the Commonwealth Games. In this way, it can be said that a gold in the Commonwealth Games has gone from the hands of Team India. Just two days back, Neeraj Chopra won the silver medal at the World Athletics Championships. Neeraj Chopra had thrown 88.13 meters during this, after which he got the silver medal. In fact, when he got hurt in his fourth attempt at the World Athletics Championships in which he had thrown the farthest javelin, the video of this also surfaced. Though it was expected that in a day or two, Neeraj would recover and be seen representing India in the Commonwealth Games, but now the news has come that he is out.

Indian Olympic Association gave Neeraj Chopra’s update

Neeraj Chopra has pulled out of the Commonwealth Games. The Indian Olympic Association gave this information shortly before now. In the World Athletics Championships itself, there was a strain in the muscles of Neeraj’s leg. IOA Secretary General Rajeev Mehta said defending Olympic champion Neeraj Chopra has been advised a month’s rest. Indian javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra spoke to me over the phone from the US this morning and expressed his inability to participate in the Birmingham Commonwealth Games due to fitness concerns, he said. Mehta also said that Neeraj Chopra had undergone an MRI on Monday after attending the World Athletics Championships in Eugene and his medical team has advised him to take rest for a month. Neeraj became the second Indian athlete to win a medal at the World Championships. Earlier, Anju Bobby George had won a bronze medal in the long jump at the 2003 World Championships.

Injury was done at the World Athletics Championships
In the World Athletics Championships, Neeraj Chopra went to the final and each player gets five attempts in the final. Neeraj had thrown 88.13 meters in his fourth attempt, but he got injured during this time. After this, when he again tried to throw the spear away from him, he was fouled and it was not accepted. Another crisis has arisen in front of India, till now it was almost certain that Neeraj Chopra will be the flag bearer of India when the opening ceremony will be held on the first day, but now due to his exit, another player will get this opportunity, although now It is not clear who that player will be.

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