Sourav Ganguly to go to World Olympics in Tokyo

The World Olympics will begin in Tokyo, Japan’s capital, in July. So there’s been a much arrangements going on all over the world with Olympics in mind. Many countries are hiring ambassadors to motivate their athletes.

Sourav Ganguly to go to World Olympics in Tokyo

Generally, the country hires the medal winners in the past Olympics or the best athletes in the country or people of any other profession are taken with the team as ambassadors. Sourav Ganguly is considered as one of India’s ambassadors at the Tokyo Olympics.

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The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) has already sent a letter inviting Sourav, the President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), to be the ambassador. Indian media has said that the organization thinks Sourav is an example to all sportsmen in the country. He is an inspiration to all athletes. He has been described as an exemplary leader, saying that if Sourav is greeted as an ambassador, the Indian team at the Olympics will be greatly benefited.

Sourav is now the all in all of Indian cricket as the BCCI president. As captain, he is regarded as one of the best in Indian cricket history. Although Sourav was never part of the Olympics as a cricketer. But his impact as an Indian athlete is still different. At the beginning of the 21st century, he changed the face of his country cricket with his leadership.

It is not yet known whether Sourav will go to the Olympics as an ambassador. However, Indian media think Sourav will accept the proposal. It is quite an honor to be the Indian ambassador in the Olympics. At the Rio Olympics, Tendulkar, Salman Khan or Abhinav Bindra gladly performed the duties of ambassador.

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