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Neeraj Chopra (Javelin Thrower) Height, Age, Girlfriend, Family ,नीरज चोपड़ा , Golden boy

Subedar Neeraj Chopra VSM is an Indian javelin thrower. He is the first track and field athlete to win an Olympic Gold medal for India. He is the reigning Olympic champion with 87.6m winning throw on 7th August, 2021. Chopra hurled the javelin at 88.07m to break his own national record.

When we say cricket or football, you come up with a hundred names. But what about if we ask about few names in javelin throw? Scratch your head! To sum up, quickly we can say that India is not an ‘athletic nation’. There is only a handful of talent in the country of 130 crores who dream of winning the medal on the international stage. These talents emerge so bright that they make the people in this cricket-crazy nation take notice. One such young prodigy is Neeraj Chopra.

Long-haired, charismatic, and virile, Neeraj Chopra catches attention at first sight. His journey is no small wonder. Let’s find out.

Neeraj Chopra Biography Details Full Name-Neeraj Chopra Age-23 years Gender-Male Sport Category-Track and field Event-Javelin throw Date of Birth-December 24, 1997 Hometown-Panipat, Haryana Height-178 c.m 6 ft. Weight-86 kg Coach-Uwe Hohn Ranking 1 Achievement Gold Medal in 2021 in olympic,Arjuna Award for Athletics, Gold medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games & 2018 Asian Games. Holds the Indian national record of 88.07 m. 2016 World U20 champion Winner (Set the world under-20 record of 86.48 m). First Indian athlete to win a World title in Track and Field at U-20. Networth $1Million - $5Million Unmarried Parent Father: Satish Kumar.

Mother: Saroj Devi DAV College

Dollops of fresh cream and choorma, a fat-friendly mix of roti, ghee, and sugar, fed by a doting grandmother meant Neeraj stepped into his teens chubby and flabby. Weighing 80 kg when he was only 11, Neeraj’s introduction to javelin happened by chance during his visits to the Panipat Stadium in his bid to lose weight. He quickly took a liking for the sport and the rest, as they say, is history. Courtesy: His uncle. He decided to send Neeraj in sports. When he grew up watching athletes playing javelin throw Neeraj decided to take the game to the next level. In 2014, Neeraj bought his first Javelin worth Rs 7000. Later at the international level, he purchased a javelin worth Rs 1 lakh in the national camp he attended.

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