It was an all-India dominance in the men's javelin throw with Neeraj Chopra winning the Gold and Kishore Kumar Jena winning a Silver.
Neeraj Chopra and Kishore Jena it seemed like threw just to complete the formality as they both threw fouls in their sixth attempt but that doesn't matter.
It wasn't the strongest attempt from Neeraj Chopra as he threw a paltry 80.80m in his fifth attempt while Kishore Jena had a foul throw. However, the duo's season best and personal best, respectively have them seal one and two sports for now.
Neeraj Chopra threw 88.88 which is his season best as the competition is between the two Indians only. Jena wasn't going to be left behind too much as he threw a massive 87.54, which is his personal best now. Now Neeraj is in gold medal position and Jena in silver.
The other opponents are nowhere near Neeraj and Jena as they are yet to reach 80-mark.
Neeraj Chopra had a weak third attempt around 75 metres and got it called invalid.
Kishore Jena records his personal best in a gigantic third attempt with an 86.77m throw. Kishore is now in first position while Neeraj is in second place. Who knew?
Neeraj Chopra and Kishore Jena continue to stay in top two positions in the javelin throw event.
Arshad Nadeem was ruled out of the event due to injury and Yasir Muhammad is the only javelin athlete in the final. After a sub-72 meter throw in the first attempt, Yasir threw a 78.13 metres long in his second attempt to get in fourth place.
Neeraj Chopra looks out for compatriot Kishore Jena and was quick to review after the officials called out the latter's second attempt a foul. Neeraj was correct in reviewing it as Jena was clearly behind the line and throw was a valid one. Jena threw 79.76 metres in his second attempt.
Neeraj Chopra throws 84.49m in his second attempt and is getting better and better.
Neeraj Chopra remains at the top despite not being at his best after first attempt of all 14 athletes. Jena is in second place while Japan's Roderick Jenki Dean is in third place with a 78.87m throw.
Not just one, there are two Indian athletes taking part in the javelin throw event and Kishore Jena, who achieved his personal best last month, threw 81.26 metres in his first attempt.
Neeraj Chopra will have to be content with his second throw, which is now his first and he threw 82.38 metres not as well as he first threw. But there are still five more attempts left.
After the slight delay, the event has resumed and Neeraj Chopra will be throwing again. It will start from zero.
Neeraj Chopra finished second in the Diamond League final last month in Eugene after his World championship Gold medal and will be motivated to get on the top of the podium.
It has been a long delay since the first three throws from Chai-Tsun, Neeraj Chopra and Kuwait's athlete Abdulraman but there has been no scoring since.
Neeraj Chopra was second in line to throw after Chao-Tsun Cheng of Chinese Taipei. Chao-Tsun threw in 62-metre range but asked the officials to be recorded invalid. Chopra threw somewhere between 80 and 85 metres.
Neeraj Chopra will be eyeing a repeat of Jakarta 2018 in Hangzhou as track and field continue to give medals for India.
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