Neeraj Chopra\’s javelin throw final at the 2022 World Championships in Athletics Live: Olympic champion Neeraj Chopra won the silver medal in the men\’s javelin throw final at the World Championships in Athletics with a throw of 88.13m. Neeraj Chopra became the first Indian to win a World Athletics silver medal.
Javelin throw, Neeraj Chopra’s attempts: X, 82.39, 86.37, 88.13, X, X (Silver medal)
Javelin throw, Rohit Yadav’s attempts: 77.96, 78.05, 78.72 (Finishes 10th)
Triple jump, Eldhose Paul’s attempts: 16.37, 16.79, 13.86 (Finishes 9th)
Many congratulations @Neeraj_chopra1 for your silver at the worlds ! You make us proud. Well done and the best for the rest of the season.
— Abhinav A. Bindra OLY (@Abhinav_Bindra) July 24, 2022
Just a bunch of World Championships medallists being their fabulous selves.
— Sportstar (@sportstarweb) July 24, 2022
Men\’s javelin final: Anderson takes 90.54 meters from Peters to end an impressive meet. What series have you put together? Saving the best for last. And this is a historic silver medal for Neeraj Chopra.
#WorldAthleticsChamps #WCHOregon22#NeerajChopra is a World Athletics Championships medallist! His silver means Chopra is India\’s second medal winner at the event after Anju Bobby George!https://t.co/Y1IVj8OWeM pic.twitter.com/tWsPs9E3MQ
— The Field (@thefield_in) July 24, 2022
Men\’s Javelin Throw Final: Silver Medal for Neeraj Chopra! I didn\’t like his last attempt, but that fourth attempt put him on the podium. Best performance by an Indian in the history of world championships.
Men\’s javelin throw final: A World Championship medal was confirmed for Neeraj Chopra as Webber failed to cross the mark. Wadlejach also falls short and is a historical silverware, at least for Neeraj.
Men\’s javelin throw final – Few final attempts were made. Helander commits a foul again. There is no threat to the podium for Neeraj right now. Pakistan\’s Arshad Nadeem is a reliable fifth.
Men\’s Javelin Final: Anderson Peters is making a dream series. Again 85 meters ahead. Here we go for the last attempts. Neeraj ties his right thigh, I hope it is nothing serious.
Men\’s Javelin Final – A strange fall at that point from Neeraj and he goes out. They didn\’t go past 80. Webber and Wadlesch do not threaten the 88m mark with their fifth shot, so Neeraj is still in second place.
Men\’s javelin throw final: Some fifth attempts were made. There is no threat to Chopra. Here it comes now.
Men\’s Javelin Throw Final: Here we go, fifth attempt. Neeraj on the threshold of history
Men\’s javelin final: 83.48m from Vadledge and puts Neeraj in second attempt. Peters again around 88. Four attempts were made and Neeraj is in second place. good recovery. But can you improvise and add some padding?
Men\’s javelin throw final: 88.13 m! he likes. he likes! Neeraj Chopra walked over 88 meters and that took him to second place! Great response from India after a slow start. Well done Neeraj. Brilliant.
Men\’s Javelin Final: Back in action, Neeraj.
Men\’s Javelin Throw Final: Nadeem\’s big roar to start the final series of efforts! she liked it. Improve your best 86.16 and go 5th!
Men\’s javelin throw final: Weber\’s third attempt isn\’t the farthest. From this the bronze remains 86.86 meters. Now we will go to the top 8 in reverse order.