World Athletics Championships 2022 Neeraj Chopra And Rohit Yadav Javelin Throw Final Scores And Results In Usa


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India’s star javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra created history in Eugene, USA. He won a silver medal at the World Athletics Championships on Sunday (24 July). He has become the first Indian male athlete to win a medal in the history of this tournament. Prior to her, veteran athlete Anju Bobby George won the historic bronze medal in 2003. Neeraj took silver in the fourth round with a javelin throw of 88.13 meters. On the other hand, Rohit Yadav finished 10th in the final. He was eliminated after the third round. He threw 77.96 meters in the first round, 78.05 in the second round and 78.72 meters in the third round.

Neeraj continuously improved the performance
Olympic champion Neeraj Chopra failed in the first attempt. His first throw was declared a foul. Chopra then threw the javelin 82.39 meters away in the second round. Neeraj’s rival Anderson Peters of Granada put pressure on Neeraj by throwing a javelin 90.21m in the first attempt and 90.46m in the second round. After this, Neeraj continuously improved his performance in the third and fourth rounds. He managed to throw 86.37 meters in the third round and 88.13 meters in the fourth round. Neeraj failed in the fifth round. His first throw was declared a foul. Peters managed to win the gold medal with a javelin throw of 90.54 metres. Jakub Vadlejch of Czech Republic managed to win bronze with a score of 88.09.

Javelin Throw Final Score
Neeraj’s performance before the final
In the competition, Neeraj covered a distance of 88.39 meters in his first attempt and made it to the final. Rohit, on the other hand, had covered a distance of 80.42 metres. Both Neeraj and Rohit could not cross the qualifying round score. Although Neeraj won the silver, Rohit had to return empty-handed.
12 players in the final
Apart from 24-year-old Neeraj, 34 other athletes participated in this competition. Everyone was placed in two groups. Neeraj was in the first group and Rohit was placed in group B. Neeraj made the third best throw of his career and made it to the final. A total of 12 players including Neeraj and Rohit confirmed their place in the final. Czech Republic’s Jakub Vadlejch also made it to the final with a javelin throw of 85.23m in his first attempt.

List of players appearing for the finals

Neeraj’s great form in the season
Chopra has consistently performed well this season. He scored his personal best twice. He threw 89.30m in Pavo Nurmi, Finland on 14 June and 89.94m in Stockholm Diamond League on 30 June. He missed just six centimeters from 90 meters. During this he won the title in Kuortane in Finland with a time of 86.69m. Now created history by winning silver in the World Championship.

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India’s star javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra created history in Eugene, USA. He won a silver medal at the World Athletics Championships on Sunday (24 July). He has become the first Indian male athlete to win a medal in the history of this tournament. Prior to her, veteran athlete Anju Bobby George won the historic bronze medal in 2003. Neeraj took silver in the fourth round with a javelin throw of 88.13 meters. On the other hand, Rohit Yadav finished 10th in the final. He was eliminated after the third round. He threw 77.96 meters in the first round, 78.05 in the second round and 78.72 meters in the third round.

Neeraj continuously improved the performance

Olympic champion Neeraj Chopra failed in the first attempt. His first throw was declared a foul. Chopra then threw the javelin 82.39 meters away in the second round. Neeraj’s rival Anderson Peters of Granada put pressure on Neeraj by throwing a javelin 90.21m in the first attempt and 90.46m in the second round. After this, Neeraj continuously improved his performance in the third and fourth rounds. He managed to throw 86.37 meters in the third round and 88.13 meters in the fourth round. Neeraj failed in the fifth round. His first throw was declared a foul. Peters managed to win the gold medal with a javelin throw of 90.54 metres. Jakub Vadlejch of Czech Republic managed to win bronze with a score of 88.09.

Javelin Throw Final Score

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