In 2016, there was a breakthrough for Neeraj Chopra in South Asian Games in Guwahati
he was winning gold with throw of 82,23 metres, though falling short for 83 metre Olympic qualifying mark.
He further improved his skills under the guidance of Uwe Hohn , Gary Clvert, and Werner Daniels.
he got the direct appoint of Junior Commissioner Officerr in Rjputana Rifles at the ranking of ‘Naib Subedar’.
After joining the Indian Army as a Naib Subedar, he got selected in ‘Mission Olympic Wing’
Neeraj won gold in Common Wealth Games, 2018 with the throwing record of 86.47 metres
On August 2018, Neeraj won gold medal in Asian Games with the throw of 88.06 metres.
In Tokyo Olmypics of 2021, Neeraj become India’s first track and field Olympic gold medallist by giving his best throw of 87.58 metres in his second attempt to win the gold medal for India in Tokyo Olympic Games.