Indian Athletes Who Have Made It To Paris2024 Olympics

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As the world eagerly anticipates the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, athletes from India are gearing up to showcase their talent and determination on the global stage.
The athletics timetable for the Paris 2024 Olympics has been unveiled, setting the stage for an exhilarating 11 days of track and field action. The events will kick off with the 20km race walk on August 1 and culminate with the women’s marathon on August 11 at the iconic Stade de France.

India is expected to make history on its route to the 2024 Olympics in Paris, particularly in the field of athletics. The excitement and eagerness among sports fans can be witnessed as 9 athletes have already confirmed their places to represent the country

One of the notable changes in the Paris 2024 Olympics is the introduction of a repechage round in all individual track events, offering athletes a second chance to qualify for the semifinals. This new format adds an element of excitement and opportunity for athletes to excel on the grand stage.

Athletes Qualified for Paris 2024:

Neeraj Chopra (Javelin Throw)

The reigning Olympic gold medalist and national record holder in javelin throw, Neeraj Chopra is undoubtedly one of India’s brightest prospects for a podium finish in Paris.
His consistent performances and unwavering dedication make him a formidable force to reckon with.

Kishore Jena (Javelin Throw)

Kishore Jena is another talented javelin thrower from India who has secured a spot to compete in the javelin throw event at the Paris 2024 Olympics. His dedication and skill have earned him this prestigious qualification

His silver medal at the 2022 Asian Games in Hangzhou makes it even more intriguing. Who knows, maybe we might have two podium finishes in the javelin event?

Avinash Sable (3000m Steeplechase)

Avinash Sable, a star 3000m steeplechaser, has qualified for the 2024 Paris Olympics after finishing sixth in the Silesia Diamond League meet. His gold medal win in the Asian Games 2022 solidifies his position as a strong contender in his category.

Parul Chaudhary (3000m steeplechase)

Parul Chaudhary, representing India, achieved a remarkable feat by finishing 11th in the women’s 3000m steeplechase finals at the World Athletics Championships 2023 in Budapest, Hungary.

Her outstanding performance not only secured her 11th place but also set a new Indian national record in the women’s 3000m steeplechase with a timing of 9:15.31. This exceptional mark not only surpassed the previous record held by Lalita Babar but also exceeded the Paris 2024 Olympics qualifying standards for the event.

Murali Sreeshankar (Long Jump)