India’s 23-year-old javelin thrower, Neeraj Chopra has tracked down an exceptional method to guarantee that his brain feels prepared for his maiden appearance in the Games as he has missed the ‘normal sensation’ of being in an elite field, with the exception of one event, at the approach of the Games which will commence on July 23.
Chopra mentioned his development for the Games has been very difficult given the absence of cut-throat openness. However, he is attempting to remain positive for the large occasion.
“I listen to slow music and imagine that I am in a competition, taking part and throwing in the Olympics, so that I don’t feel completely new in my first competition. I am in positive frame of mind because a lot depends on the performance of the day. I am just hoping to give my best and realise my dream of winning a gold for the country,” stated Chopra.