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Neeraj Chopra wins silver medal in men's javelin throw at World Athletics Championships

  • The 18th World Athletics Championships are being held in Eugene, Oregon, USA. 22 players from India have participated in this tournament. Neeraj Chopra from Haryana, India participated in the men's javelin event. As he won the gold medal in Tokyo Olympics, there was a lot of expectation on him.
  • Neeraj Chopra threw the javelin at a distance of 88.39 meters in his first attempt in the qualifying round held last Friday and advanced to the final round.
  • In this case, Neeraj Chopra performed well in the javelin throw finals held yesterday morning. He threw the javelin with a distance of 88.13m, finishing second. With this he has won a silver medal and created a record.
  • Defending champion Anderson Peters from Grenada topped the same category and won the gold. He threw the javelin to a distance of 90.54 meters and created a record. Sec. Jacob Wadledge of the Republic threw 88.09 meters to clinch the bronze.
  • So far, India has won a medal only once in the World Athletics Championships. In 2003, Indian athlete Anjubabi George won a medal in the long jump event held in Paris, France. Since then, no Indian has ever won a medal at the World Athletics Championships. Neeraj Chopra has solved that longing after 19 years and won the silver medal.
  • Neeraj Chopra has now become the 2nd Indian athlete and the first male athlete to win a medal at the World Championships by winning silver at the Athletics Championships.
China successfully launched the second lab
  • Countries including the United States, Britain, Russia, and Canada have jointly set up an international research center in space. China alone is setting up an international research center called 'Diangang' in space.
  • Its main observatory is called 'Tianhi' and two additional sub-observatories are called 'Wentxian' and 'Mengxian'. In this, the 'Tianhi' laboratory was launched in April last year and stationed at the research center. The 'Mengxian' satellite probe is scheduled to be launched in October.
  • In this case, the 'Wentxian' sub-observatory was launched into space. This observatory was launched into space by the 'Long March 5B Y3' rocket from Wenchang Space Center in Hainan Province, China.
  • With its successful docking at the observatory, the three astronauts involved in the establishment of the observatory are said to be inspecting the observatory. China's International Space Station is expected to be completed by the end of this year.

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