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DNMUM419870 | 8/8/2018 | Author : Rutvick Mehta | WC :799

All eyes will be on India’s top javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra to lead country’s charge in quest for medals in athletics
ASIAN GAMES 2018 10 DAYS TO GO
Mumbai: There’s an air of optimism around Indian athletics at the moment. The highly-talented Neeraj Chopras, Hima Das’ and Muhammed Anas’ are shining bright on the world stage, making fans in the country sit up and take notice.
And, as Indian athletics looks to better its medal count in these upcoming Asian Games in Indonesia from the 13 medals the contingent won in the 2014 Incheon edition, all eyes will be on Chopra to lead India’s charge in that quest.
The 20-year-old javelin thrower has hit a purple patch this year, winning three gold medals in key events including the 2018 Commonwealth Games (CWG), all of them with throws of over 85m.
What’s more, Chopra registered his personal best throw of 87.43m en route to
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