Neeraj Chopra shines in the Diamond League, defeating the world champion and won the gold medal in the league
Neeraj Chopra, who came on the field with the intention of winning the league, had earlier also captured the Diamond League trophy held in Switzerland in September 2022. This year, he threw the javelin 88.67 meters in the very first attempt while performing brilliantly.
Neeraj Chopra, who won the gold medal in the Olympics, has once again succeeded in spreading his charm. Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra has once again done wonders. This time he has once again made the people of the country proud by winning the gold medal in the Diamond League held in Doha. Even at present, the Doha Diamond League trophy is in Neeraj Chopra’s account only.
Neeraj Chopra, who came on the field with the intention of winning the league, had earlier also captured the Diamond League trophy held in Switzerland in September 2022. This year, he threw the javelin 88.67 meters in the very first attempt while performing brilliantly. After this great effort of his, no player could get ahead of him. At the same time, this is also the fourth best performance of Neeraj Chopra’s career. However, Neeraj Chopra could not break his personal best of 89.94m.
In this league match, Neeraj Chopra remained at the top of the points table throughout the match. Along with this, he has also avenged his defeat from Anderson Peters, who defeated Neeraj in the World Championship. This time the Olympic golden boy won the gold medal in the Doha Diamond League while the world champion finished third. And in second place was Jakob Wadlejcz, the silver medalist against Czech Republic who threw the javelin at 88.63m and gave tough competition to Neeraj Chopra. Please inform that Jacob had won the silver medal in the Tokyo Olympics as well. Please tell that Neeraj Chopra has not participated in this competition for the first time this time. He made his debut in this league in the year 2018 when he finished fourth.
This is the final list of Doha Diamond League
1. Neeraj Chopra (India) – 88.67m
2. Jakub Vadlejch (Czech Republic) – 88.63m
3. Anderson Peters (Grenada) – 85.88m
4. Julian Weber (Germany) – 82.62m
5. Andrian Mardare (Moldova) – 81.67m
6. Keeshorn Walcott (Trinidad and Tobago) – 81.27m
7. Roderick G. Dean (Japan) – 79.44m
8. Curtis Thompson (USA) – 74.13m
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