Javelin Throw World Record Neeraj Chopra Arshad Nadeem Jan Zelezny Record In Javelin Throw
Javelin Throw World Record: India's Neeraj Chopra won the gold...
Javelin Throw World Record: India’s Neeraj Chopra won the gold medal in Javelin Throw in the Tokyo Olympics and achieved a high position in the world by winning this sport. He threw the javelin in the Tokyo Olympics, 87.58 meters away. On the other hand, Arshad Nadeem of Pakistan, leaving Neeraj behind, won the gold medal in Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games by throwing a javelin 90.18 meters away. Please tell that Neeraj Chopra did not participate in this tournament.
Neeraj Chopra and Arshad Nadeem are not even in top-20
Meanwhile, many people want to know which athlete has thrown the farthest javelin. For your information, let us tell you that Neeraj Chopra of India and Arshad Nadeem of Pakistan are not even close to the world record of throwing javelin.
It is worth noting that Neeraj Chopra, who threw 87.58 meters in the Tokyo Olympics, threw 88.39 meters in the World Championships. After this he said that he wants to cross the distance of 90 meters. Meanwhile, Arshad Nadeem of Pakistan, who threw the javelin 90.18 meters in the 2022 Commonwealth Games in his absence, said that his target was 95 meters, but due to injury, he missed his target.
Jan Zelazny holds the world record for the farthest javelin throw
Now let’s talk about the world record in javelin throw. You will be surprised to know that Neeraj Chopra and Arshad Nadeem are not even included in the top-20 world record of javelin throw. The record for throwing the farthest javelin is held by Jan Zelzny of the Czech Republic.
Top 3 Athletes Throwing the Farthest Javelin
1- Jan Zelezny- 98.48 m (Czech Republic)
2- Johannes Vetter – 97.76 m (Germany)
3- Thomas Roella – 93.90 m (Germany)
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