Twitter Reaction after Neeraj Chopra Olympics Gold Medal Win
Neeraj Chopra clearly met the expectations of over billion Indian and won everyone’s heart with his Gold Medal. Everyone on twitter jumped with joy as he won Gold Medal.
A 23-year-old Neeraj Chopra instantly realized that he won the dreams of a billion Indians when javelin left his hand to a distance of 87.58m to win a Tokyo 2020 gold. It was the country’s 2nd-ever individual gold medal at the Olympics.
The Javelin thrower stood on top of podium to win the country’s first-ever Olympic gold medal in athletics with an outstanding performance in Tokyo Olympics.
This is super moment for Indian and a history has been created by this young boy, it was witnessed at the National Stadium in Tokyo on Saturday evening in the final of the men’s Javelin throw.
Twitter Reaction After Neeraj Chopra Olympics Gold Medal
There are reactions and congratulations from all over the world. From Country’s Prime Minister to sports legends, everyone was not behind in appreciating the efforts of this young boy
PM Modi said, that the boy wrote history at Tokyo Olympics and Neeraj will always be remembered for his achievement, this was stupendous and a remarkable achievement.
Indian cricketing legends were watching his feat together and shared the joy via twitter.
A user on twitter, shared his work out video and said that she could not do what he is doing for the country.
This user shared Neeraj Chopra flexibility workout video and really, it is very pleasing to eyes to watch him flexing so much.
A user shared old video of PM Modi where he versioned how we could win at big tournaments.
A user shared his short video on Tokyo Olympics
A user shared a clip from past where an anchor asks Neeraj about his hair style and he responds to his answer with dignity.
Another user shared his workout clip.
You know, Many legends have narrowly missed touching the milestones in the past before Neeraj Chopra. Legendary Milkha Singh finished fourth at Rome 1960 in 400m, PT Usha missed a bronze medal in the women’s 400m race at Los Angeles 1984 by 1/100th of a second.