IAAF World Athletics Day 7 live stream: Neeraj Chopra enters finals, Shelley-Ann Fraser-Price, Noah Lyles goal comes in 200m final: Watch live
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7th IAAF World Athletics Day live stream India 7th IAAF World Athletics Day live stream Neeraj Chopra qualifies for the finals with 88.39m on first throw Follow the live stream: Neeraj Chopra reached the finals on his first throw throw by throwing a javelin to 88.39 metres. Now Shelley-Ann Fraser Price and Noah Lyles will compete in the women’s and men’s 200m final. Three Indians, including Abdullah Abubakar, Eldus Paul and Praveen Chithravel, will also participate in the men’s triple jump. Follow WCH Oregon 2022 live updates with InsideSport.IN
Neeraj Chopra in the javelin finals: India’s golden boy Neeraj Chopra reached the finals of the javelin throwing competition thanks to his first throw. Chopra pushed the javelin to 88.39 meters on his first throw to reach the finals of the competition. Teammate Annu Rani reached the Women’s Javelin Finals on Thursday. The competition is broadcast live on SonyLIV:
If Neeraj Chopra wins a medal in Oregon 2022, he will be only the second Indian athlete to finish a podium at the tournament. Anjou Bobby George earlier won the bronze medal in the women’s long jump in Paris in 2003.
Jul 24, Sunday: Men’s Javelin Final – 7:05AM ISTThe finals will now take place on Saturday (USA) – Sunday (India)
- Neeraj Chopra’s 2022 IAAF World Championships Final will be on Sunday (7:05 AM IST)
- A total of 32 javelins compete for 12 places in the finals
- Watch the 2022 World Athletics Championships in India live on SonyLIV
Afternoon session, seventh day
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Besides the aforementioned event, the men’s and women’s 800m semi-finals are also scheduled for Day 7.
Afternoon session, seventh day
Men’s Javelin Throwing Qualifiers
Neeraj Chopra is set to participate in the first (A) qualifiers alongside Jacob Fadligsch and Kishon Walcott. Anderson Peters, a gold medal favorite, will appear in the second B qualifier, which will also feature another Indian, Rohit Yadav.
The automatic qualifying mark is 83.50 meters or at least the best 12 marks reach the final after completing both qualifying rounds. The automatic tag shouldn’t be a problem for big guns in competition. They’ll take it lightly before flexing their muscles in the important final.
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The field in Oregon is one of the better of late, with several competitors doing well in the lead up to their worlds debut. As a result, the competition is expected to be intense, especially in the final.
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Men’s and Women’s 200m Final
With the gold medal on the line, 200 million men and women finally promise to be sexy. In the men’s competition, Noah Lyles is a strong candidate and 19.62 in the semifinals makes his case even stronger. He will be closely challenged by fellow American Aeron Knighton and Kenneth Bendnarik in the final.
In the women’s competition, it comes down to whether anyone can stop Shell-Ann Fraser-Pryce from winning the gold medal. She is looking for a double gold medal after her stunning victory in the 100m race. She will be challenged by Sherica Jackson and Tamara Clarke, who were semifinalists. Elaine Thompson-Hera will be another contender for the podium in Oregon.
Men’s Triple Jump Qualifiers
It will be a historic occasion for India when three Indians, including Abdullah Abubakar, Eldus Paul and Praveen Chithravel, take part in the long jump. However, they have a difficult task at hand with a thin field. As of now, Pedro Piccardo, Lazaro Martinez and Hugues Fabrice Zango are vying to reach the final.