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Friday, September 23, 2022

Neeraj Chopra Recovered from Injuries and Ready to Take Part in Lausanne Diamond League

 Neeraj Chopra Recovered from Injuries and Ready to Take Part in Lausanne Diamond League

Olympic gold Medalist and World Crowns tableware semifinalist India’s star pikestaff venture Neeraj Chopra has recovered from his groin injury and is ready to take part in the forthcoming Diamond League Meeting in Lausanne, Switzerland, on August 26. 
 Comeback for Neeraj Chopra 

 This will be Chopra’s first event since the world crown tableware and Neeraj Chopra missed the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham because of an injury and Diamond League will be his first participation after the World Crowns. Chopra got injured during the final of the World Crowns on July 24 in Eugene, USA this-year. Neeraj Chopra at present is getting recovered in Saarinen Germany, where he's with his trainer-Dr. Klaus Baritone and physio Ishaan Marwaha. 

 On Tuesday Neeraj twittered with a picture of himself, he wrote, “ Feeling strong and ready for Friday. Thanks for the support, everyone. See you in Lausanne!@athleticism, ” 
 The Diamond League Meet 

The event at the Diamond League will elect the top- six finalists who'll share in the big final that will be organised in Zurich on September 7 and 8. Chopra is presently at the fourth position on the Diamond League rankings after his alternate- place finish at the Stockholm event and a good show in the forthcoming event can confirm his participation in the Tests. 
 Jakub Vallejo of the Czech Republic who won tableware in the Tokyo Olympics is leading with 20 points, followed by Germany’s Julian Weber with 18 points and world champion Anderson Peters with 16 points. 

Neeraj Chopra after quenching the tableware at the World Crowns said that the Diamond League title is one of the titles he wants to win. He formerly won orders at the Asian Games and the Commonwealth Games in 2018. 
 This event will be his alternate competition in a Diamond League Meeting this season after the Stockholm event in June. He broke the public record for the alternate time in a month with an opening gamble of 89.94 meters in the event. The Olympic Champion got the alternate position after world champion, Anderson Peters, in Stockholm, and was the first time he'd been in the top three in a Diamond League event.

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