Neeraj Chopra becomes the second Indian to win a medal at the world athletics championships, Anju Bobby George says, “It Was A Long Wait.”
Anju Bobby George, a former long jumper for India who had won bronze at the World Championships in 2003, praised Neeraj on his accomplishment and noted that India had been without a medal for a very long time.
Neeraj Chopra, a star javelin thrower, became just the second Indian athlete to earn a medal at the World Athletics Championships on Sunday, making history in the process. With a best throw of 88.13 meters in the men’s javelin throw final, Chopra took home the silver medal. Anderson Peters of Grenada took home the gold, and Jakub Vadlejch of the Czech Republic took home the bronze. Anju Bobby George, a former long jumper for India who had won bronze at the World Championships in 2003, praised Neeraj on his accomplishment and noted that India had been without a medal for a very long time.
“First of all, let me congratulate Neeraj and express my joy upon his return from the World Championships with the silver medal. It took 19 years, but now I have some company. I am therefore waiting for you, Neeraj. Happy Games at the Commonwealth! “Bobby George Anju reported
The World Athletics Championship, she added, is the highest achievement in athletics, despite the Olympic Games being unique.
“Athletes compete differently at world championships. We compete for it at the highest level. The Olympics are a distinct event, but the World Championship represents the pinnacle of sports competition. The competition is more difficult than usual, and managing the pressure is difficult. Following his Olympic gold, the same man now wins a silver, maintaining his winning streak under pressure. We were all under pressure, so I’m thrilled he took home the silver “Added her.
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