IPL 2022: Golden Boy Neeraj Chopra honored by BCCI, Cheque of 1 crore given – Video

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IPL 2022: Golden Boy Neeraj Chopra honored by BCCI, Cheque of 1 crore given – Video

IPL 2022 has started. BCCI honored Neeraj Chopra, who won India’s gold medal in Tokyo before the start of the 15th season of IPL.

IPL 2022: Golden Boy Neeraj Chopra honored by BCCI, Cheque of 1 crore given - Video
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IPL 2022 has started. Before the start of the 15th season of IPL, Neeraj Chopra, who won India the gold medal in Tokyo, was honored by the BCCI.

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Neeraj Chopra has been given a check of Rs 1 crore by BCCI. Its video has also been shared on IPL’s social media account. In the video, Sourav Ganguly and Jay Shah are seen giving the check. Let us tell you that the first match of IPL 2022 has been played between CSK and KKR.

https://twitter.com/IPL/status/1507719645339713537

This time Ravindra Jadeja is captaining CSK, while on the other hand, KKR’s captain is Shreyas Iyer. In the first match, KKR won the toss and decided to bowl first.

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Neeraj Chopra created his own YouTube channel

Olympic gold medalist javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra has started his YouTube channel, which will allow him to connect directly with his fans.

Chopra will share his stories through long and short videos on sports and fitness. His YouTube channel was launched on Sunday. He informed his 70 lakh fans on his social media handle.

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“I have a special association with YouTube as I watch javelin throwers from all over the world on it,” he said in a release. I learned a lot by watching his videos.

Apart from this, I also watch YouTube for entertainment in between practice sessions. He said, “Now I am thrilled to start my own channel. Hopefully I can help the next generation of Indian players. (with language)

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