Indian Javelin throwers are back at it, training for Tokyo 2021!
Javelin throwers including the likes of Neeraj Chopra, Shivraj Singh, Annu Rani, Rohit Yadav and Rajinder Singh have started a month long training camp in Bhubaneswar.
This is the first time they have all been training together since the Covid19 Lock down.
While under the watchful eyes of the legend himself Uwe Hon
if you dont know who Uwe Hon then let me tell you, he holds the eternal Mens javelin world record of 104.80, before the javelin design changed.
He will always be a legend of the javelin community.
By getting the gold medal in the Asian Athletics Championships 2017 at this very ground.
“We are here for training for the 2021 Olympics. In 2017, I won a gold here and have fond memories of the city.
With our best efforts we are hoping to do well in the Olympics,” said Neeraj
Coronavirus protocols have been set in place that all athletes must follow.
Neeraj Chopra has his sights set on throwing at the Tokyo Olympics 2021
A difficult time it is for athletes not only in India but all over the world!
But hopefully things will start to go back to normal and training and preparation will continue