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Chopra wins historic javelin gold for India
by Amy Tennery
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7 August 2021
On 7 August 2021 Reuters reported:
Neeraj Chopra won the men's javelin on Saturday with a best throw of 87.58 metres to claim an historic first Olympic athletics gold medal for India. Chopra, the 2018 Commonwealth champion, seized the lead with a throw of 87.03 on his first attempt, a distance no other competitor achieved during the final, winning India's first gold of the Tokyo Games as his overjoyed team mates and coaches watched from the stands.
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'It feels unbelievable,' said Chopra. 'This is our first Olympic medal for a very long time, and in athletics it is the first time we have gold, so it's a proud moment for me and my country.'
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