Devendra Jhajharia wins the silver medal for India in the Tokyo Paralympics 2020

It’s a proud moment for our country that Indian javelin thrower, Devendra Jhaijharia won the silver medal for India at the Tokyo Paralympics 2020. He wins a silver medal in the men’s javelin throw – F-46 final event with his best throw of 64.35m at the Tokyo Paralympics 2020.

Age not a factor as India's Devendra Jhajharia tests limits at Tokyo 2020 |  International Paralympic Committee

Devendra started the javelin throw with two throws of just 60mm and the third throw of 64.35m that may increase the hope of a medal. He throws fowl in the third and fourth attempts and the final one is 61.25m in the men’s javelin throw in the Paralympic games.

Tokyo Paralympics: Devendra Jhajharia wins silver, Sundar Singh Gurjar wins  bronze in men's javelin throw event - Hindustan Times
Devendra Jhajharia Claims Silver, Sundar Gurjar Bags Bronze In Javelin  Throw At Tokyo Paralympics

In past, Jhajharia is the greatest player in the Paralympic games that won two gold medals for India in the year 2004 and 2016 Paralympic games. Earlier, Jhajharia lost his left hand when he touched accidentally an electric wire during climbing a tree at the age of 8 years.

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