India’s first Olympic gold medal winner in athletics, Neeraj Chopra, has come out to specific his gratitude in direction of his coach and medical crew. Chopra had suffered an elbow harm in 2019. Getting injured in 2019 to profitable the gold medal in Javelin Throw for India, is a giant achievement for the Haryana boy.
In an Instagram submit, Neeraj Chopra expressed his gratitude in direction of all those that have been on his aspect “throughout the past two years.” He selected the event of India’s seventy fifth Independence day to thank all of the medical help employees.
Within the Instagram submit, Neeraj wrote: “From May 2019 to today; from an elbow brace to a medal in my hand–it has been quite the journey! I am grateful for Dr. Dinshaw Pardiwala’s medical support and my team (coach @bartonietz and physio @ishaanphysio ) who have been by my side throughout the past 2 years. I hope this medal can inspire all those who are facing tough times in their lives to know that there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Happy #IndependenceDay, Jai Hind!”
Neeraj Chopra, in his submit additionally hoped that his medal would encourage individuals to recover from the “tough times”.
Neeraj Chopra’s coach, Germany’s Klaus Bartonietz in a latest interview with PTI spoke concerning the sort of coaching modules that he needed to comply with with Neeraj Chopra. Chopra secured the gold medal with a throw of 87.58 meters. Neeraj additionally thanked the German coach in his submit.