Who to watch at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games? Enough Netflix and it’s time for real, edge-of-the-seat entertainment. It arrives once every four years – usually – but it is a rather unusual time that we are living in. After much uncertainty brought upon by the Covid-19 pandemic and inaugurated a year later than originally slated, the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games is finally happening. From July 23 till August 8, the most prestigious global sporting event will be embraced by over 11,000 athletes competing in 339 events across 33 sports. After a dismal year and a half, let these sporting extraordinaires cheer you up and replenish the dissipating optimism lost to various humanitarian crises. They are proof positive that anything is possible so long as you set your mind to it. Malaysia will be represented by 30 athletes, who will be hoping to clinch some medals from 10 sports – archery, athletics, badminton, cycling, diving, golf, gymnastics, sailing, shooting and swimming. Individual glory aside, they will look to elevate Malaysia on global standings and for the appropriate reason. Since debuting at the 1964 Olympic Games, the country has garnered 7 silver and 4 bronze medals, with the majority from badminton.