Commonwealth Games 2022

India 564 Medals

India keeps on producing talent in every field. First largest nation by population and second economic power along with America and china. They have the same problems as other Asian countries. But one word that connects every Indian or Hindustani is BHARATI strong word that has no religion no boundaries. The whole nation says HAMARA BHARAT MAHAN HAI, they continue in making it great. They celebrate every occasion Hindu Muslim Sikh Christians. The person who lives in India is connected to this word. In INDIA you will find people from all over the world because Indian peoples are so simple so humble. I don’t think that no one knows about Indian diversified culture because at least once in a lifetime everyone watched Indian movies. They live simple they eat simple they speak simply.

Sundar Pichai Google CEO is an Indian to the sporting greats. The reason behind their success is that they groom their talent. They have the world’s richest people TATA and Ambani. The Indian film industry is among the top industry in the world.

In the recent commonwealth game, they proved it once again standing fourth and first in Asia because every Indian back their players. India with an overall total of 564 medals (203 gold, 190 silver, 171 bronze) is ranked 4th at the All-time Commonwealth Games medal table. India’s first ever Commonwealth medal was won by Rashid Anwar, who won a bronze in the category of wrestling in 1934.

In the commonwealth games, Indian sports javelin superstar Neeraj Chopra (born 24 December 1997) is a track and field athlete who is the reigning Olympic champion and world championship silver medalist in the javelin throw. He is the first Asian athlete to win an Olympic gold medal in the men’s javelin throw. A Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO) in the Indian Army, Chopra is the first track and field athlete to win a gold medal for India at the Olympics. He is also the first track and field athlete from India to win at the IAAF World U20 Championships, where in 2016 he achieved a world under-20 record throw of 86.48 m, becoming the first Indian athlete to set a world record. Neeraj Chopra the only Indian to win a gold medal at the Olympics in the track and field events for India was all praise for his Pakistani counterpart Arshad Nadeem at the end of the World Athletics Championships 2022 in Oregon on Sunday. Neeraj Chopra bagged a silver medal with a throw of 88.13m, while Arshad Nadeem — making a comeback after an elbow injury — finished fifth with his best throw of 86.16m in the javelin throw final. Anderson Peters of Grenada took the gold medal with three throws over the 90m-mark.“I spoke to Arshad after the competition ended,” Neeraj Chopra said. “I told him that he did very well. He replied that he had issues with his elbow. I further congratulated him for a great throw. , who became the second Indian after Anju Bobby George in 2003 to win a medal at the world athletics championships. Pakistan’s Arshad Nadeem (Punjabi and Urdu born January 2, 1997) is a Pakistani javelin thrower. He represents WAPDA in the domestic competition. He is the first Pakistani to qualify for the final of any track and field event at the Olympic Games and the World Athletics Championships. At the 2022 Commonwealth Games, he created a new national and Commonwealth Games record with a throw of 90.18m and became the first ever athlete from South Asia to breach the 90m, and finished fifth in the World Athletics Championships javelin throw final at Oregon 2022. Both Neeraj Chopra and Arshad Nadeem competed at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Arshad Nadeem invited controversy by practicing his throw with the Indian’s spear before the start of the grand finals. Even though Nadeem was accused by a section of the media of ‘tampering’ with Chopra’s gold medal-winning spear, the Olympic champion showed his sporting spirit by quickly dousing hints of any India-Pakistan tension. To clear any controversy, Neeraj Chopra tweeted, “There was nothing wrong with Arshad Nadeem using my javelin to prepare. It is within rules, and please do not use my name to push a dirty agenda,” Neeraj Chopra had said. Arshad Nadeem was the first athlete from Pakistan to qualify for the track and field event at the Olympics last year and has competed with Neeraj Chopra in several tournaments. At the Asian Games 2018, Nadeem clinched bronze while Chopra won gold. The Oregon 2022 world championships were Arshad Nadeem’s first competition since the Tokyo Olympics last year.

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