Biography of Sumit Antil:

Sumit Antil is an Indian para-athlete and javelin thrower. He was born on January 6, 1998, in Sonipat, Haryana, India. Sumit Antil is known for his exceptional talent in the F64 category of para-athletics, specifically in javelin throwing.
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Early Life and Accident:

Sumit Antil was a budding wrestler before he met with an unfortunate accident in 2015, which resulted in the amputation of his left leg below the knee. Despite the setback, he found his passion for javelin throwing during his rehabilitation period.
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Para-Athletics Career:

Sumit Antil made his mark in para-athletics by breaking world records and winning prestigious titles. Notably, he set a new world record in the F64 category of javelin throw at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. He won the gold medal with a throw of 68.55 meters, breaking the previous world record.

 Major Achievements:

– 2020 Tokyo Paralympics: Gold medal in javelin throw, setting a new world record in the F64 category.
– 2021 World Para Athletics Championships: Gold medal in javelin throw.
– 2019 World Para Athletics Championships: Silver medal in javelin throw.
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Sumit Antil’s achievements have brought him international recognition and made him an inspiring figure in the world of para-athletics. His determination, talent, and remarkable performances have earned him accolades and admiration from sports enthusiasts and experts alike.