Indian athletes returned home from Tokyo on Monday and were accorded a grand welcome at the Delhi airport. Neeraj Chopra wins gold in javelin throw, India’s first gold medalist in track and field Neeraj Chopra reveals how his body condition was after his historic performance at the Tokyo Olympics. Players including Neeraj Chopra returned to India from Tokyo on Monday. Where he was given a grand welcome at the Delhi airport.
Seven medal winners of Tokyo Games were honored by the government. “I knew I had done something special,” said javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra. I thought I did my best. My throw was great. The next day my body ached but this gold medal pain was so good.
“The medal is not just mine, it belongs to the whole country,” the 23-year-old athlete said. Indian athletes returning from Tokyo were given a grand welcome. “It doesn’t matter who your opponent is, do your best,” he told the country’s young athletes. All you have to do is win the gold medal. Don’t be intimidated by competitors.
Notably, Neeraj Chopra has become the first athlete to win a gold medal in track and field. Apart from his sport, Neeraj Chopra is also known for his long hair. However, he got his hair cut before the Tokyo Games.
Neeraj, who left the world before the athlete came home, said in a relaxed tone, promising to bring an Olympic medal, “I like long hair but I was disappointed with the heat.” Long hair made me sweat a lot, By which my hair was cut.
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