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Due to injury, Neeraj Chopra withdraws from CWG

Neeraj, who had just won the silver medal at the World Championships in Oregon, had complained of some thigh soreness after the fourth attempt in the final.

So Neeraj Chopra, a well-known javelin thrower, will not participate in the next Commonwealth Games in Birmingham due to an injury sustained during the World Athletics Championships, according to a statement from the Indian Olympic Association (IOA). Neeraj, who on Sunday in Oregon won a silver medal with a throw of 88.13 meters, was unable to defend his Commonwealth Games gold title because of an injury he sustained after his performance at the World Championships.

“Team India’s javelin thrower Mr. Neeraj Chopra called me earlier today from the US to let me know that he wouldn’t be able to participate in the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games owing to fitness difficulties. Following his participation in the Eugene 2022 World Athletics Championships, Mr. Chopra received an MRI scan on Monday, and as a result, his medical team has advised a month of recuperation. “IOA Secretary General Rajeev Mehta released a statement.

Neeraj also won the gold medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, making him the current Olympic champion.

Neeraj, who had just won the silver medal at the World Championships in Oregon, had complained of some thigh soreness after the fourth attempt in the final.

After the fourth throw, my thighs did start to feel stiff, thus I wasn’t able to work as hard. I had something in mind, but I first wanted to be sure I could throw. I then put my thigh in place. Everything should work out fine. I’ll know how it feels and whether I should be concerned by morning. Neeraj claims that

Chopra set a new national record of 89.94m at the prestigious Diamond League in Stockholm last month, falling just 6cm shy of the 90m mark, the industry benchmark for javelin throwing. He ultimately took home a silver medal. The Grenadan Anderson Peters, who had the longest throw of 90.31 meters, beat out the 24-year-old for second place.

Chopra has been lauding the exceptional outcomes of this season. When competing in the Paavo Nurmi Games in Finland on June 14, the top athlete threw a spear 89.30 meters; last month, he hurled it 89.94 meters, breaking his previous record twice.

His previous victory came in the javelin throw event at the Kuortane Games in Finland, where he threw 86.69 meters in sloppy, rainy conditions.

Chopra set a new national record of 89.94m at the prestigious Diamond League in Stockholm last month, falling just 6cm shy of the 90m mark, the industry benchmark for javelin throwing. He ultimately took home a silver medal. The Grenadan Anderson Peters, who had the longest throw of 90.31 meters, beat out the 24-year-old for second place.

Chopra has been lauding the exceptional outcomes of this season. When competing in the Paavo Nurmi Games in Finland on June 14, the top athlete threw a spear 89.30 meters; last month, he hurled it 89.94 meters, breaking his previous record twice.

His previous victory came in the javelin throw event at the Kuortane Games in Finland, where he threw 86.69 meters in sloppy, rainy conditions.

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