Neeraj Chopara win Silver Medal in World Athletics Championship

The 24-year-old prearranged history again on Sunday by securing the silver award in the men’s spear toss last at the World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon in the United States.

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“OK To Win Medals, But More Important Is…”: Neeraj Chopra After Win
Olympic gold medallist Neeraj Chopra on Sunday said winning awards is OK yet it is more essential to be modest and regarding others.

Talking after the occasion, Mr Chopra said:

“It is OK to be winning awards for the nation yet it is more significant the way that you are with individuals and how you act with them.”

“Assuming somebody shows you regard, you really want to inquire as to whether you are additionally showing them that regard – that is vital,” he added. Mr Chopra said competitors have extremely short professions after which they need to get back to common life.

“Sports is only for a couple of years. Then you have your typical life to lead,” he said. “You want to stay associated with the ground – you really want to talk consciously to each and every individual who shows you regard.”

The Tokyo Olympics gold medallist old hat silver at the World Athletics Championships with a best toss of 88.13m, enrolled on his fourth endeavor. Grenada’s Anderson Peters secured in front of the rest of the competition with a toss of 90.54m on his 6th and last endeavor.