Neeraj Chopra Net Worth [2022]: fun facts, Salary, House, Cars, Age, height, biography

Neeraj Chopra Net Worth:$3 Million

Net Worth:$3 Million
Name:Neeraj Chopra
Net Worth In Indian Rupees:25 Crore INR
Salary:3 Crore +
Monthly Income:25 Lakhs +
Date of Birth:December 24, 1997
Height:178 cm/ 6 ft
Profession:Indian javelin thrower
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Neeraj Chopra is India’s best javelin thrower and has shown his might to the world by winning the 2020 Tokyo Olympics gold medal in Javelin throw. By winning the gold medal, he is the only Indian athlete to have won a gold medal or even a medal in track and field. He is the world’s best javelin thrower in the current period.

Neeraj Chopra Net Worth 2022:

Neeraj Chopra Net Worth is $3 Million (Rs 25 Crores).

NameNeeraj Chopra
Net Worth (2022)$3 Million
Net Worth In Indian Rupees25 Crore INR
ProfessionIndian javelin thrower
Monthly Income And Salary25 Lakhs +
yearly Income3 Crore +
Income SourceMatch Fees & Brand Endorsement
Last Updated2022

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Neeraj chopra Rewards in Tokyo Olympics 2021

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar announced a cash reward of Rs 6 cr & class 1 government job and Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh announces a special cash reward of Rs 2 crores for Neeraj Chopra also BCCI secretary Jay Shah announced Rs 1 Crore to Neeraj Chopra.

Haryana Govt.Rs. 6 Crore
Byju’sRs. 2 Crore
Punjab Govt.Rs. 2 Crore
RailwayRs. 3 Crore
BCCIRs. 1 Crore
Manipur Govt.Rs. 1 Crore
Indian Olympic AssociationRs 75 Lakhs
Chennai Super KingsRs. 1 Crore
Indigo1 Year Free Ticket
Anand MahindraXUV700
Haryana Govt.Grade 1 Govt Job
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Neeraj Chopra Biography:

NameNeeraj Chopra
Mother’s NameSaroj Devi
Father’s NameSatish Kumar
Age23 years
Height178 CM / 6 ft
Weight86 KG
Olympic Medals1 Gold Medal
GameJavelin Throw
Best Throw record88.1 Meters
JobSoldier in India Army

Neeraj was born on 24 December 1997 in Panipat, Haryana. He is 23 years old and he has won a lot of gold in Olympics. His Height is 178 cm or 6 ft. and his weight is 86 kg. He falls under the category of track and field and is ranked at 4. His coach’s name is Uwe Hohn

He is unmarried and His father’s name is Satish Kumar and his mother’s name is Saroj Devi. His Education is from is DAV College. Neeraj Chopra is the first Indian athlete to win the world title in track and field U-20.

Neeraj Chopra Medal

He has been awarded a large number of medals. He got the gold medal in the National Junior Championship in 2021. Silver Medal in National Youth Championship 2013. Won Silver Medal in Asian Junior Championship 2017 and Gold Medal in Assign Athletics Championship 2017.

He has won Gold Medal in Asian Games 2018. He was also nominated for the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award that is Major Dhyanchand Khel Ratna Award now. He also won the Arjuna Award in 2018. He has also set the Indian National Record of 88.07. Neeraj Chopra’s net worth is 1 to 5 million.Advertisement

Neeraj Chopra
Neeraj Chopra

Neeraj Chopra Gold in Olympics

He has got a lot of gold and made his country proud. He was ranked 6th in the 2018 World Continental Cup in Javelin Throw. He got the first rank in the World U20 Championships 2016. He also got the first rank in the Assigned Championship 2017, Asian Games 2018, and Commonwealth Games 2018.

As per this year’s current ranking, he is ranked 4th in Javelin Throw and 107th overall in the overall ranking. All these medals have been received by Neeraj Chopra under Uwe Hohn and his coaching.Advertisement

Neeraj Chopra Career

Neeraj Chopra is a resident of Panipat in Haryana. His father is a farmer and he cultivates in his small village Khandra. Neeraj has two sisters and his mother is a housewife. From the age of 11, his interest in the javelin was due to Jai Chaudhary because he used to practice at Panipat Stadium and Neeraj was attracted to this game just after seeing him.

Jaiveer has represented Haryana in Javelin Athlete. At the age of 11, Neeraj’s weight was 80 kg and he used to go to Panipat Stadium to lose weight. During that time he got acquainted with Javelin.

Neeraj Chopra Physique

Neeraj Chopra is completely healthy physically and mentally. His total weight is 86 kg and his height is 178 c.m or 6 ft. He is very good in track and field games and has also won many medals. Neeraj Chopra takes great care of his health and he is physically fit. Due to his physique, he has performed very well as an athlete. At the age of 23, he plays very well as compared to the rest of the common people.

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Neeraj Chopra Gold Medal winner
Neeraj Chopra Gold Medal winner

Neeraj Chopra Interesting facts

  • Chopra hails from Khandra village in the Panipat district of Haryana.
  • Apart from being an athlete, he also serves as a Junior Commissioned Officer in the Indian Army with the rank of Naib Subedar. He first held the role in 2016.
  • In his initial few years, Chopra used to register a throw of 55 meters.
  • He won the 2012 junior nationals in Lucknow by registering a throw of 68.40 meters (national record).
  • Chopra won his first international medal in 2014 (silver), at the Youth Olympics Qualification in Bangkok.
  • He recorded his first throw of over 70 meters at the 2014 senior nationals.
  • Chopra registered a world record throw of 81.04 meters in the junior category at the 2015 All India Inter-University Athletics Meet. this was his first throw of over 80m.
  • Chopra then earned his maiden call-up for the national-level training camp in 2015.A year later, he set a world junior record at the 2016 IAAF World Under-20 Championships (86.48m) in Bydgoszcz (won gold).
  • Chopra was nominated for Khel Ratna award.
  • In 2018, Chopra became the only track and field athlete to be nominated by the Athletics Federation of India for the country’s highest sports award (Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna award).
  • He was conferred with the Arjuna Award in September 2018. Indian President Ram Nath Kovind had presented him with the award at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi.
  • Chopra broke the national record with a throw of 87.43m at the Doha Diamond League in 2018. He bettered his record at the 2018 Asian Games with a throw of 88.06m to win the gold medal.This was India’s first gold in the javelin throw at the Asian Games.
  • In 2021, Chopra once again broke his own national record with a throw of 88.07m.
  • Chopra suffered an elbow injury before qualifying for Olympics
  • Chopra suffered a severe elbow injury in May 2019.
  • After 16 months of rehabilitation, he returned to the international circuit with participation in the ACNW League Meeting in Potchefstroom. He registered a winning throw of 87.86m.
  • This qualified him for his maiden Olympics (Tokyo 2020 Games).