Javelin thrower Shivpal travels to Tokyo with his father’s blessing

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PDDU Nagar. Javelin thrower Shivpal Singh left Delhi Airport for the Olympic Games in Tokyo on Friday with the blessing of his father Ramshray Singh. He said that with the blessings of Baba Vishwanath, father and elders, he would return with the gold medal. Havana services have been celebrated in his village of Hingutargarh since Thursday. Airman Shivpal Singh (25) won the Olympic ticket in Tokyo with 85.47 meters in the qualifying game in South Africa on March 10, 2020 compared to the planned 85 meters.
Last year the Olympic Games were postponed due to Corona. Shivpal has worked hard since the Olympics were announced earlier this year. Shivpal came to Delhi from Pune at 9 a.m. on Friday and to Tokyo at 6 p.m. Shivpal had a conversation with Father Ramshray Singh and Brother Nandkishore. The father told him that Chandauli was hoping for a gold medal. The President of the Indian Athletics Federation, Dr. Lalit Bhanot, has also expressed the hope that Shivpal will win the medal.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has already placed his trust in Shivpal Singh. He praised Shivpal Singh on the show “Mann Ki Baat” on June 27th. It has been said that the entire Shivpal family is associated with this game. His father, uncle and brother are all javelin throwers. It is this family tradition that the Tokyo Olympics will bring him. Shivpal’s father Ramashray Singh also threw a javelin early on. He is Head Constable in the PAC. Chacha Jagmohan Singh is the only Javelin Throw coach in the Navy and younger brother Nandkishore Singh is also a Javelin Throw player. It was the uncle who realized Shivpal’s passion for sports and started exercising at the age of 13. For sporting reasons, he got a job with the Air Force in 2013. Shivpal Singh won a silver medal at the South Asian Games in Kathmandu over 84 m and at the Asian Championships over 86.48 m javelin.

PDDU Nagar. Javelin thrower Shivpal Singh left Delhi Airport for the Olympic Games in Tokyo on Friday with the blessing of his father Ramshray Singh. He said that with the blessings of Baba Vishwanath, father and elders, he would return with the gold medal. Havana services have been celebrated in his village of Hingutargarh since Thursday. Airman Shivpal Singh (25) won the Olympic ticket in Tokyo with 85.47 meters in the qualifying game in South Africa on March 10, 2020 compared to the planned 85 meters.

Last year the Olympic Games were postponed due to Corona. Shivpal has worked hard since the Olympics were announced earlier this year. Shivpal came to Delhi from Pune at 9 a.m. on Friday and to Tokyo at 6 p.m. Shivpal had a conversation with Father Ramshray Singh and Brother Nandkishore. The father told him that Chandauli was hoping for a gold medal. The President of the Indian Athletics Federation, Dr. Lalit Bhanot, has also expressed the hope that Shivpal will win the medal.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has already placed his trust in Shivpal Singh. He praised Shivpal Singh on the show “Mann Ki Baat” on June 27th. It has been said that the entire Shivpal family is associated with this game. His father, uncle and brother are all javelin throwers. It is this family tradition that the Tokyo Olympics will bring him. Shivpal’s father Ramashray Singh also threw a javelin early on. He is Head Constable in the PAC. Chacha Jagmohan Singh is the only Javelin Throw coach in the Navy and younger brother Nandkishore Singh is also a Javelin Throw player. It was the uncle who realized Shivpal’s passion for sports and started exercising at the age of 13. For sporting reasons, he got a job with the Air Force in 2013. Shivpal Singh won a silver medal at the South Asian Games in Kathmandu over 84 m and at the Asian Championships over 86.48 m javelin.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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