Alongside his coach Klaus Bartonietz and physiotherapist Ishaan Marwaha, Neeraj Chopra will train at Loughborough University for 63 days.
From wrestling to lawn bowls, India broke new ground in various arenas in Birmingham.
After the mad rush of four medals coming within 30 minutes, India's medal tally from athletics swelled to eight -- 1 gold, 4 silver, 3 bronze -- the best in the CWG history outside the country.
Goa was scheduled to host the 36th National games in 2020 but had to be postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Check the final Commonwealth Games 2022 medal tally. Australia topped the tally with more than 178 medals. India finished fourth with 61.
Eldhose Paul (17.03m) won gold while Abdulla Aboobacker (17.02m) grabbed silver in men’s triple jump. Sandeep Kumar (racewalk) added another athletics bronze at CWG 2022.
About 25 percent of India's 66 medals came from the shooting range in the previous edition and not many believed that India will be able to touch even 50.
India will look to breach the 50-medal mark on day 10 of the Commonwealth Games 2022. Check India's schedule for August 7 here.
From PV Sindhu to Saikhom Mirabai Chanu, here's a look at India's hottest medal prospects at Commonwealth Games 2022.
India will participate for the 18th time in the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. Check full list of Indian competitors.
With several world-class athletes emerging, India would be looking for at least half a dozen medals in the July 28 to August 8 Games.
Here's all you need to know about the women's javelin throw final at World Athletics Championships 2022 - Date, time, venue, live streaming, etc.
As many as five Indians, including Neeraj Chopra, have so far made the finals of the World Athletics Championships 2022 in their respective events.
Neeraj Chopra threw 88.39m to book his maiden World Athletics Championships final spot. Rohit Yadav qualified with a throw of 80.42m.
Annu Rani finished fifth in the Group B qualification round and made it to the finals as eighth best across the two groups.
Neeraj Chopra is one of the strongest medal contenders for India at the ongoing World Athletics Championships 2022 in Eugene.
B Aishwarya's effort is second only to World Championships bronze winner Anju Bobby George's national record of 6.83m.