This is how Tokyo Olympics' sensation Neeraj Chopra performed in his last Commonwealth Games outing

Commonwealth Games 2018

Commonwealth Games 2018 gave a new impetus to India's future in track and field

Overnight star

Neeraj won the gold medal for the first time in the Commonwealth Games 2018 which was held in Australia.

Fastest 150 wickets in One-Day International Match

Debut Gold

Neeraj had won the Junior World Championship title before the Commonwealth Games in 2018.

Junior glory to CWG triumph

In 2016, Neeraj became the champion in the Under-20 World Championship with a stunning throw of 86.48 metres.

'Spearhead' of 86.48 metres

Neeraj Chopra was in scintillating form at the Commonwealth Games 2018 as he won all three events of that season by crossing the 80m mark consistently.

Mr Consistent

नीरज चोपड़ा पहला ऐसे भारतीय बने जिन्होंने ओलिंपिक में गोल्ड जीता. इस दौरान उन्होंने 87.58 मीटर भाला फेंका था.

2020 टोक्यो ओलिंपिक- गोल्ड

Neeraj finished fourth in the qualification round with a throw of 82.42m in CWG 2018

First Endeavour

Neeraj claimed the gold in the first attempt with a throw of 85.50 metres in the Grand finale.

Grand Finale

Neeraj fouled in second attempt and threw 84.78m in the third

Second & third spear

Neeraj threw 86.47 metres in the fourth attempt and bagged the coveted gold medal.

History followed

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