Neeraj Chopra covered a distance of 89.30 meters in Pavo Nurmi Games, managed to break his national record
Neeraj Choprain Finland: Neeraj Chopra has set a new national record by throwing 89.03m in Pavo Nurmi Games. He has managed to win a silver medal at the Pavo Nurmi Games.
Neeraj Chopra in Paavo Nurmi Games: Neeraj Chopra, who won an Olympic gold medal for India, has made a new national record. He achieved this feat by throwing a throw of 89.30 meters at the Pavo Nurmi Games in Finland. During this he managed to win a silver medal. He has broken his previous national record of 88.07m set in Patiala in March last year.
The Pavo Nurmi Games are considered one of the top track and field events in Finland. Which is organized every year since 1957. Neeraj Chopra finished second behind Oliver Hellender during the competition. During this, Oliver Helander has made the first place with his throw of 89.93 meters.
Olympic Champion Neeraj Chopra settles for a Silver Medal with a New National Record Throw of 89.30m at the Paavo Nurmi Games in Finland
India’s Neeraj Chopra has managed to give a better performance at the Pavo Nurmi Games during his first competition after almost ten months. He has managed to almost touch the 90 meter mark, which is considered a gold medal in the world of javelin throw. Currently, Grenada’s world champion Anderson Peters has finished third with a throw of 86.60m.
During the Pavo Nurmi Games, Chopra made his debut with a throw of 86.92 meters, after which he threw the next throw of 89.30 meters. At present, after this his next three attempts failed. At the same time, in his last and sixth attempt, he made two throws of 85.85 meters. Chopra’s 89.30m javelin throw has propelled him to fifth place in the World Season Leaders List.For More Join LiveInfo