Bartonietz said he has never gotten as many calls as he has today as a result of Neeraj Chopra’s Olympic victory. The ecstatic instructor said that many contact him to inquire about Neeraj Chopra. During his discussion, the coach said that a number of players and other coaches had also called him up. Bartonietz finds it amusing how quickly things may change.
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In an interview with the Indian Express, Hohn said that he had previously seen his mother and sister and that they had a lengthy discussion regarding Neeraj Chopra’s performance at the Olympics. Hohn, perhaps the best javelin thrower of his age, has been training Chopra from his early days, assisting him in growing as a player and winning medals at the Asian and Commonwealth Games. Uwe Hohn is the world’s only javelin thrower to have thrown over 100 metres.
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