How two-time Paralympic gold medallist Jhajharia prepared for Tokyo Games

Indian javelin thrower Devendra Jhajharia is nothing short of an absolute inspiration. He won his maiden gold medal at the 2004 Paralympics in Athens with a world record (62.15m throw) and then produced an encore when he threw 63.97m (WR) at the Rio Paralympics in 2016 to claim another gold medal. Jhajharia, now 40, is all set for his third Olympic appearance and is confident of clinching a third gold medal.Indian javelin thrower Devendra Jhajharia is nothing short of an absolute inspiration. He won his maiden gold medal at the 2004 Paralympics in Athens with a world record (62.15m throw) and then produced an encore when he threw 63.97m (WR) at the Rio Paralympics in 2016 to claim another gold medal. Jhajharia, now 40, is all set for his third Olympic appearance and is confident of clinching a third gold medal.Read More

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