Bartonietz, a 73-year-old biomechanical specialist was instrumental in Neeraj’s win

India’s success in the Tokyo Olympics 2020, which are being hosted this year in the middle of the COVID-19 epidemic, is nothing short of euphoric. But the winning of the first field and track gold medal at the Olympics by Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra was the frosting on the cake. After a bit of a delay, it was our National Anthem moment at the podium.

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Bartonietz, a 73-year-old biomechanical specialist who has been teaching Neeraj Chopra, was instrumental in this win. Back home, Bartonietz has received many congratulatory phone calls and texts. According to the Indian Express, since his return to his hometown, Bartonietz has been mobbed by excited neighbours who watched the Olympics Javelin final, in which Chopra made history.
Dr. Klaus Bartonietz, a German coach, is now somewhat of a celebrity in his hometown. According to Bartonietz, his neighbours were especially fascinated by the way Neeraj Chopra lifted his hands in a winning gesture even before he saw where the javelin landed and was sure of success.

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