Neeraj Chopra is an Indian athlete who competes in the javelin throw. He is a Golden Boy where bags the first athlete to win a gold medal for India in Tokyo Olympics 2020 and he is the second Indian to win an Olympic medal in athletic for India. So check Neeraj Chopra Net Worth 2021.
He has an achievement for the 2016 IAAF World U20 Championships of 86.48m. Rajasthan Rifles of the Indian Army commissioned him as the Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO). Making his debut in the Summer Olympics 2020 he wins the gold for team India.
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The Net Worth of the player is estimated to be around $1 – $3 Million. This is the approx estimation of the net worth of the player. However, it is calculated on the basis of media reports and analysis.
The player is sponsored by popular firm JSW Sports activities and the Sports Activities Authority of India (SAI).
Neeraj Chopra makes the biggest achievement for India by securing gold in the Tokyo Olympics. Here is the list of how much prize money he receives after his first gold medal.
Neeraj Chopra is born on December 24, 1997, in Chandra Village. He is a son from a farming family Satish Kumar and Saroj Devi who completed his education at the D.A.V. College Chandigarh.
He is exposed to the game javelin throw at the age of 12 where his father sent him to the gym due to his increasing weight. His skills were bought under consideration by the Javelin thrower Jaiveer Singh. The kid achieved the 40-meter javelin throw without any training and he started coaching Neeraj for the javelin throw a game.
In 2014 the player bags his first-ever medal in the game which was a silver medal. He is also a holder of the prestigious sports award Arjuna Award.
He is the first Indian who wins the gold medal at the Olympics games during the debut season.
|Olympic Medals||1 Gold Medal|
(Tokyo Olympics 2020)
|Best Throw||88.1 meters|
|Profession||Indian Army Soldier|
|2020 Tokyo Olympics||Gold||Javelin Throw|
|2018 Jakarta Asian Games||Gold||Javelin Throw|
|2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games||Gold||Javelin Throw|
|2017 Bhubaneshwar Asian Championships||Gold||Javelin Throw|
|2016 Guwahati/ Shilong South Asian Games||Gold||Javelin Throw|
|2016 Bydgoszcz World Junio Championships||Gold||Javelin Throw|
|2016 Ho Chi Minh City Asian Junior Championships||Silver||Javelin Throw|
|Arjuna Awards 2018||–||–|