Neeraj is third in the performances of the season with 89.94 meters. Andersen Peters of Granada is leading the way with a throw of 93.07m. Andersen is also the winner of the 2019 Doha Championship.
As the commentator predicted, “he wants one & done” #NeerajChopra does it pretty quickly & with ease before admin’s laptop could wake up 🤣
— Athletics Federation of India (@afiindia) July 22, 2022
Czech Republic’s Jakub Wadlech (90.88m) is second. Germany’s Julian Weber (89.54) is fourth.
Last year in Tokyo, Neeraj Chopra won the gold with a throw of 87.58 meters and won the first medal for an Indian in athletics at the Olympics.