Tokyo Olympics: From dog lover to a beast in training, unseen photos of Olympic gold medalist Neeraj Chopra

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Tokyo Olympics: From dog lover to a beast in training, unseen photos of Olympic gold medalist Neeraj Chopra – Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra on Monday arrived back home to a thunderous and grand welcome after winning a gold medal at the recently-concluded Tokyo Olympics. Many pics from his social media accounts are getting viral. He has already been named India’s newest crush.

So we at Insidesport will take you through some of Olympic gold medalist Neeraj Chopra viral photos.

Candid photo of Neeraj Chopra as he is using his phone.

Neeraj Chopra posing for a photo ahead of the training.

Neeraj Chopra the Dog Lover.

Neeraj Chopra during a photoshoot.

The beast mood of Neeraj Chopra

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Neeraj Chopra after the training.

 

Neeraj Chopra posing for a photo.

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Javelin thrower Chopra on Saturday had won a gold medal and this was the first medal won by an Indian athlete in track and field in the Games. Upon arriving at Indira Gandhi International Airport here in New Delhi, Neeraj was swamped by supporters and they played dhols to give a thunderous response to the 23-year-old’s historic feat back in Tokyo.

Neeraj somehow made his way from the crowd and he quickly entered his car to make his way out of the airport.

This year the Games were held with COVID-19 induced restrictions and all events were held behind closed doors.

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About 11,000 athletes from over 200 countries competed in Tokyo Olympics. India recorded its best-ever haul at the Olympics with seven medals (one gold, two silver, and four bronze).

Neeraj (gold), Bajrang (bronze), Mirabai Chanu (silver), PV Sindhu (bronze), Lovlina Borgohain (bronze), men’s hockey team ( bronze), and Ravi Kumar Dahiya (silver) won medals in the Tokyo Games.

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