India’s javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra, who won India’s first athletics gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics, has a high fever. However, his corona test has come negative. The reason for Neeraj’s high fever has not been revealed yet. Neeraj won gold for India in the men’s javelin throw event at the Tokyo Olympics. This was the first medal India got in this event and the history of Indian athletics.
Neeraj Chopra Has High Fever
India’s star javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra did the work of putting the gold medal in India’s javelin throw up to 87.58 meters in the final match. The gold medal of this event was won by India, while the Czech Republic occupied the silver and bronze medals. The gold medal won in the Tokyo Olympics also benefited Neeraj Chopra’s world ranking. He was ranked 16th before the Tokyo Olympics; now, he has become world number 2 after becoming the Olympic champion. That is, there has been a jump of 15 places in his ranking.
Neeraj Chopra’s new target
Neeraj Chopra has also revealed his new goal after winning gold from Tokyo. In an interview, he told about his new target. He said that his next mission is to join Anju Bobby George’s club by winning a medal in the World Championship. Anju George is the only Indian to win an award in World Athletics. He won the bronze in the 2003 World Championships in Paris. Neeraj intends to win a medal in the World Athletics Championships to be held in America next year.
Celebration of Neeraj’s success in the village of German coach
His coach Dr Klaus Bartonitz has played an essential role in Neeraj’s success in the Tokyo Olympics. After the Olympics, when Klaus reached his village in Germany, he was surprised that Neeraj’s gold medal was being celebrated there. Forests in East Germany surround this small village of Klaus. Not only this, Claus has now become a celebrity for the people here. His entire town saw Neeraj’s event on TV and became his fan.