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HISTORY HAS BEEN MADE IN OLYMPICS, NEERAJ CHOPRA WINS GOLD, BAJRANG PUNIA WINS BRONZE

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With today’s win at Tokyo Olympics, India has broken its own record. Earlier, India won 6 medals in London Olympics 2012. After the historic win by Neeraj Chopra in the Javeline throw, Indian medal tally at Olympics escalates to 7.

Neeraj Chopra, 23 years old is a farmer’s son from Khandra village near Panipat in Haryana. He is the first Indian javelin thrower to enter an Olympic final. Chopra has scripted history by winning the elusive medal at Tokyo Olympics 2020. His match has ended a wait of 100+ years for India. Neeraj has also become the second Indian to win an individual gold medal in Olympics.

Meanwhile, Bajrang Punia an Indian wrestler won Bronze against Daulet Niyazbekov of Kazakhstan in the freestyle 65 kg category. It was India’s sixth medal at the Tokyo Olympics 2020. Punia beat his opponent by 8-0 to win the bronze.

Today marks the end of the Tokyo Olympics 2020 for Indian players. All the participants have done exceptionally well and made the whole nation proud.




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