The qualification distance for the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris is 85.50 meters, and the timeframe for qualifying began on July 1.
Neeraj Chopra, a renowned javelin thrower from India, qualified for the 2024 Olympics on Friday with a tremendous throw of 88.77 meters on his first try. He also advanced to the final of the javelin throw competition at the World Championships. After competing in the Group A qualification round and sending the spear to his fourth greatest career distance, the 25-year-old Athelte’s qualifying round was over in a matter of minutes.
The qualification distance for the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris is 85.50 meters, and the timeframe for qualifying began on July 1. Neeraj, who won a gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics, has a throw of 89.94 that he recorded on June 30, 2022, while competing in the Stockholm Diamond League. Regarding Neeraj’s run, only German competitor Julian Webber cleared the 80-meter barrier in the opening round of throws during qualification set A.
Neeraj, who took home a silver medal in the previous World Championships, is presently vying for a gold. He also secured success in the Diamond League champion and won gold medals at the Asian and Commonwealth Games.