Tokyo is ready, the delegations have already arrived in Japan, some competitions have even started and the opening of the Olympic Games already happens this Friday (22). With the audience restrictions imposed by the pandemic, the only people with access to the event are journalists and, of course, the athletes themselves. Following them on the networks, therefore, is a great way to get a closer look at the day-to-day of the event and, especially, behind the scenes of the games.
Therefore, the EXAM selected 10 Brazilian athletes who are worth the “follow” for you to follow the Games from the perspective of those who are there! All the athletes on our list have been very active on social media during the “warm up” for the games, including sharing details about anti-covid routines, the beauties of Japan and even answering questions submitted by followers. Check out our list and keep an eye on our athletes’ feed and stories!
Diogo Soares / @diogo_s0ares – Gymnastics
Aldemir Junior / @almedirgjunior – Athletics
Douglas Souza / @douglasouza – Volleyball
Rayssa Leal / @rayssalealsk8 – Skateboard
Marta / @martavsilva10 – Football
Pepe Gonçalves / @pepehgoncalves – Canoeing
Ágatha Rippel / @agatha_rippel – Beach Volleyball
Ricardo Lucarelli / @lucarelli8 – Volleyball
João Oliva / @joaov_oliva – Equestrian
Letícia Bufoni / @leticiabufoni – Skate
Bonus: Time Brasil / @timebrasil – official profile of the Brazilian delegation
It’s great to get an overview of Brazilian participation in the Games. The profile always posts series of themed photos, like this one, which shows the Team moving around the Olympic Village in autonomous cars! Amazing, right?