Marvel Studios has released a new promotional video featuring the top athlete of the country on their social media handles.
Sindhu was spotted enjoying the traditional dance in Ahmedabad with former shuttler Tripti Murgunde and former athlete Anju Bobby George.
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Chopra, the World Championships silver medallist, capped his superb season by winning the title at the Wanda Diamond League Final in Zurich on Thursday evening, becoming the first Indian to win the Diamond League Final Trophy.
India's ace javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra clinched the historical Diamond League Trophy in Zurich on Thursday. Neeraj finished 1st in the final with a massive throw of 88.44m in his second attempt. With this, the Olympics gold medalist became the first Indian to win the trophy.
Chopra threw 88.44m to become the 2022 Diamond League champion in Zurich
Indian javelin thrower and Olympic gold medallist Neeraj Chopra gifted his javelin from Tokyo 2020 to The Olympic Museum, here on Saturday.
India's ace javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra has said when he was forced to skip the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham due to a groin injury, he felt it was the end of his competitive season, but after the rehab in Germany he had the confidence to come back and compete in the Diamond League in Lausanne.
Tokyo Olympics silver medallist Jakub Vadlejch finished second with a best throw of 85.88m while Curtis Thompson of USA was third with a best effort of 83.72m.
The 4-Nations Para-Badminton International Tournament was held in Dublin, Ireland from July 11-17 this year. India had clinched 11 medals at the event, consisting of two gold, four silver and five bronze medals.
Chopra had recently ended India's 19-year-long wait for a medal at the World Athletics Championships by winning silver with his best throw of 88.13 metres.
During an interview, he said, “It is good but to tell the truth, I am focusing on my game.”
Neeraj Chopra secures a throw of 88.13 meters in his fourth attempt in men's Javelin finals
Sreeshankar will also be joined in the competition by Muhammad Anees Yahiya, who like Sreeshankar will be making his debut at the Commonwealth.
Chopra, who has a personal best of 89.94m, had competed in the 2017 London World Championships with the hope of at least making it to the finals
In a recent video that went viral on various social media platforms, the Golden Boy was found touching the feet of an elderly person who came to congratulate him.
Continuing his superb form, Chopra broke the national record again with a throw of 89.94m to finish second in the Stockholm Diamond League 2022 in Sweden on Thursday.
The Indian javelin ace fell just six centimetres short of the elusive 90m mark but he bettered his personal best of 89.30m, set earlier this month at the Paavo Nurmi Games in Finland.
Chopra's first throw, measuring 86.69m, was enough for him to clinch the top spot on the podium.
Neeraj Chopra said that the event gave him a confidence boost and now he aims to improve upon what he learned at the Paavo Nurmi Games.