Neeraj Chopra World No. 1 in Men's Javelin Throw

 Neeraj Chopra World No. 1 in Men's Javelin Throw

Neeraj Chopra's  Astrology 
Born:    24 December 1997 
Age: 25
Birthplace: Khandra, Haryana, India
Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
Occupation: Track and field athlete 
Event: Javelin throw
Marital status: Unmarried

Olympic champion Neeraj Chopra is an Indian track and field athlete. His name has been recorded forever in the pages of history. Chopra became the new world No. 1 thrower in the men's javelin throw in Doha Diamond League. He became the first athlete from India to do so. Chopra achieved this feat leaving behind legendary athlete Anderson Peters. He won the historic gold medal in the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. He became the first Indian athlete to win Olympic gold in athletics. Chopra then threw the javelin at a distance of 87.58 meters and inscribed his name in golden letters in the history of Indian sports.

Neeraj Chopra continued the success he got from the Olympics in other competitions as well. In the prestigious Diamond League in Zurich, Neeraj Chopra won the gold medal by throwing the javelin at a distance of 89.63 meters. Since then, Neeraj Chopra's name in the Javelin competition has grown steadily.

How Neeraj Chopra Became number-1? 
Chopra won the event in the Doha Diamond League by throwing the javelin at a distance of 88.67 meters. Due to this performance, Chopra got the number-1 position in the rankings. In the same event, Olympic silver medalist Jakub Wadlech was in second place. He threw the javelin at a distance of 88.63 meters. World champion Anderson Peters finished third with a throw of 85.88m.

What Chopra said after winning the tragic throw? 
Soon after winning the event, Neeraj Chopra said that his aim is to maintain this consistency in the Paris Olympics, which will be held in 2024. Chopra said, “It was a very hard-fought victory, but I am happy. This is a good start for me. I hope to be number-1 in the next competitions and will continue to perform better this season.

India's star javelin thrower 
Neeraj Chopra further said in his conversation, "I liked it very much. The challenge was huge for all the athletes, but I am satisfied with my result. It was a good start and the atmosphere here was great. Many people came to support me and they were very happy.

Neeraj Chopra's Career Highlights   
Here are some mesmerizing highlights that describe him at his best.  

Commonwealth Games Gold: Neeraj Chopra rose to prominence on the international stage when he won the gold medal in the men's javelin throw at the 2018 Commonwealth Games held in Gold Coast, Australia. He set a new national record with a throw of 86.47 meters.

Asian Games Gold: In the same year, Chopra clinched another gold medal at the 2018 Asian Games held in Jakarta, Indonesia. His throw of 88.06 meters not only secured the gold medal but also set a new national and Asian Games record.

World Junior Championships Gold: Neeraj Chopra's talent was evident from a young age. In 2016, he won the gold medal at the World Junior Championships in Bydgoszcz, Poland, becoming the first Indian to win a World Junior title in athletics.

Olympic Medal: Neeraj Chopra achieved a historic milestone for India at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, which took place in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He won the gold medal in the men's javelin throw, becoming the first Indian athlete to win an Olympic gold medal in track and field events.

National Records: Chopra holds the national record for javelin throw in India. He has broken his own record multiple times, with his personal best standing at 88.07 meters, achieved in 2021.

Success Yogas in Neeraj Chopra’s Horoscope 
Venus, the Lagna lord and seventh lord of public image associated with name and fame in Neeraj Chopra's horoscope sits in the fourth house of popularity and fame alongside Mars, the second lord of riches and rewards gained in games and competitions. As with exalted Mars, Jupiter also joins this combination and receives Neech Bhanga raja yoga. These three significant planets work together to create an extremely potent Rajayoga for prosperity, popularity, and honors. 

Upcoming events 
With a world-record effort of 88.67 meters, Chopra won the opening Diamond League competition in Doha on May 6 to kick off his 2023 season.
The 25-year-old Indian's next competition will be in the Fanny Blankers-Koen Games in Hengelo, Netherlands, on June 4. On June 13, he will compete at the Paavo Nurmi Games in Turku, Finland.

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