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Olympic champion Neeraj Chopra returns to training after historic feat

Chopra, who grew to become solely the second Indian particular person Olympic gold winner and first ever prime podium finisher in athletics, was on a break after his historic feat on August 7 in Tokyo.

Star javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra has returned to training on the NIS-Patiala greater than two months after he clinched a historic gold on the Tokyo Olympics in August.

Chopra, who grew to become solely the second Indian particular person Olympic gold winner and first ever prime podium finisher in athletics, was on a break after his historic feat on August 7 in Tokyo.

“Returned to training this week with the same hunger and desire as before. A #throwback to the beginning of the last Olympic cycle is a good place to start! Thank you to everyone for your messages of support,” he tweeted on Wednesday, together with a photograph of his training.

The 23-year-old Chopra, who had received an Olympic gold with a throw of 87.58m, had mentioned that his subsequent goal could be to win a medal within the World Championships within the US subsequent year.

He additionally not too long ago mentioned that he would need to proceed training with German bio-mechanics professional Klaus Bartonietz for the 2024 Paris Olympics. 

This story has been revealed from a wire company feed with out modifications to the textual content.

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