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Neeraj Chopra won the title of Lausanne Diamond League, threw the javelin at a distance of 87.66 meters

India’s star athlete and golden boy Neeraj Chopra has won the gold medal for the second time in a row in the Diamond League. Neeraj won this title by throwing the javelin at a distance of 87.66 meters. When Neeraj started throwing javelin in this league being played in Lausanne, his first attempt went in vain, which was not counted. After this, in the second attempt, he threw the Javelin throw (javelin) to a distance of 83.52 meters. After this, he threw a throw of 85.04 meters in the third attempt, which took him to second place.

When Neeraj threw his fourth throw in this competition, he also went to the no mark position like the first attempt, which was declared invalid. After this, he threw a distance of 87.66 meters in the 5th attempt and wrote his name on the top.

The 25-year-old Neeraj had a tough fight with his nearest rival Julian Weber of Germany, who threw a throw of 86.20m in his very first attempt here. After this, Julian came closer to Neeraj’s 87.66m, when one of his throws reached 87.03m. But finally he won this championship.

Lausanne Diamond League 2023: Men’s javelin throw leaderboard:

1 – Neeraj Chopra (87.66m)

2 – Julian Weber (87.03m)

3 – Jacob Wadlejch (86.13m)

4 – Oliver Helander (83.50m)

5 – Anderson Peters (82.20m)

6 – Artur Fellner (81.89m)

7 – Keshorn Walcott (81.85m)

8 – Patrick Gelmes (79.45m)

9 – Curtis Thompson (74.75m)

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