Post Presentation Medal Ceremony Of Gold Winning Neeraj Chopra Goes Viral!!!
Neeraj Chopra became the first Indian javelin-thrower to win an Asian Games gold medal shattering his own national record by clearing a distance of 88.06m in Jakarta on Monday.
It is the second medal India has won in javelin throw in Asian Games history after Gurtej Singh won bronze in 1982 in New Delhi.
This 20-year-old’s world junior record holder of 86.48, has been in tremendous form this season as has consistently crossed the 85m mark.
Liu Qizhen of China was at second, with a best throw of 82.22m, while Pakistan’s Arshad Nadeem won the bronze with an 80.75 effort.
Goosebumps when we see the Tiranga up there! Thank you for the honour, #NeerajChopra !
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— गीतिका (@ggiittiikkaa) August 27, 2018
The Commonwealth Games and Asian championship completely dominated the competition as none of the competitors in the field had a 85-plus throw this season. His medal ceremony video goes viral in which our country’s flag is continuously
Moving proudly up till the felicitating ceremony gets over on the beats of Our National Anthem leaving many in tears.
When India 🇮🇳 flying high above China 🇨🇳 & Pakistan 🇵🇰 its the Proudest Moment!! Thanks you @Neeraj_chopra1 for this historic moment! Super proud on your Golden performance.. #AsianGames2018 #Javelin #NeerajChopra pic.twitter.com/lbjQ7ouy8l
— Rahul Lodha (@rklodha) August 27, 2018
His biggest rival was expected to be Chao Tsun Cheng, who last year recorded a throw of 91.36m, but the Chinese Taipei thrower could manage a best of 79.81 to finish fifth.
Kya Nazara hai😎
Jab #India ka National anthem Gaya ja raha hai #China aur #Pakistan sath khade hain
Aur #Tiranga uper ja raha hai 🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳
जियो भारत के शेर #NeerajChopra 🥇
Congrats to runner up athelets as well#AsianGames2018 #AsianGames #IndiaAtAsianGames pic.twitter.com/IiKzcLaSWU
— Vishal Sudarshanwar (@Vishal_Sud) August 27, 2018