Neeraj Chopra ended India’s long-awaited first Olympic gold medal in the Olympics athletes’ gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics. Chopra won the javelin championship with a personal best of 87.58 meters. Neeraj Chopra belongs to Panipat city located in Haryana.
The 23-year-old has been rewarded richly from the day he arrived in India, and now, according to the official statement of Defence PRO, a stadium of the Pune Army. The sports academy is probably named after Olympian Neeraj Chopra. Secretary of Defense Rajnath Singh will visit the Defense Advanced Technology Institute (DIAT) and Army Sports Institute (ASI) in Pune on August 23 and may name a facility for Neeraj Chopra. Chopra became the second Indian to win a gold medal in the Olympics, the first medal won by shooting champion Abhinav Bindra, in the 2008 Beijing Olympics.