Sandeep Chaudhary, a Javelin Thrower from GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar, with his golden throw of 60.01m scripted history by demolishing the 38 years old world record at the ongoing Asian Para Games in Jakarta's, Indonesia. With this stunner, Chaudhary clinched India's first gold of the Games in the men's F42-44/61-64 category. The category in which Chaudhary competes relates to limb deficiency, leg length difference, impaired muscle power or impaired range of movement and the athletes may or may not use prosthetics. This personal best throw by Chaudhary was his third attempt at the event. Meanwhile, the incredible effort led to the smashing of the F44 world-record of 59.82m set by China's Mingjie Gao in 1980 and turning Chaudhary into the headliner of the day at the Games. Earlier in Rio 2016 Paralympics, he had just missed out on the podium finish with a fourth position but with this world record throw he has secured his berth for the Tokyo Paralympics 2020. The world record holder while beaming with joy has already set his sight for another podium finish at the World Championships to be held in Dubai. He felt indebted to his coach, parents, faculty of GHG Khalsa College and the Paralympic Committee of India for their infinite support. S.Manjit Singh Gill, President, College Governing Council, while congratulating Chaudhary added that since its inception in 1948 the college has produced 4 Olympians and more than 200 players of international and national repute but Chaudhary has taken the achievement a notch higher by writing his name in the history books as a world record holder. Lt. Gen. I. S. Singha (Retd.) hailed Chaudhary for his determination and acclaimed him as the next youth icon and a source of inspiration, especially for the rural youth. Dr. S.S. Deol, Principal, and Dr. H.S. Brar, Registrar, commended his phenomenal achievement and duly lauded the efforts of Prof. Tejinder Singh, HOD, Dr. Manohar Lal, Coordinator, and the faculty members of P.G. Department of Physical Education.