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The Tokyo 2020 opens with some best gaming tunes

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Web Desk — Tokyo Olympic games started with a colourful inauguration ceremony. Due to coronavirus no spectators in the stadium and athletes from the participating countries were welcomed in a crowed-free arena.

In the opening ceremony tunes from famous video games were played. Well-known songs from franchises like Dragon Quest, Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts, Phantasy Star, and more were played. Some even more surprising were from Chrono Trigger, Monster Hunter, Ace Combat, Nier, and others.

21-member athletes groups will represent Pakistan in the games.

Arshad Nadeem will represent Pakistan in javeline throw. Nadeem said Pakistan had to win a medal in javelin throw. He said he had comprehensive training for Olympics but needed the prayers of the nation.

Nadeem has the world’s sixth-best javelin throw of the year — a personal best 86.38 metres achieved in April in Iran.

Nadeem, 24-year-old, who ditched cricket for athletics as a teenager said, “I don’t look at any of the other javelin throwers… I don’t focus on them.” “I focus on myself and how I throw and I try my best — and that is how God honours me.”

Pakistan army’s Najma Perveen will represent Pakistan in sprint race. Perveen has been phenomenal and has been winning national titles since 2010 in different national events.

Perveen featured in the 2016 Rio Olympics on the basis of wild card and since then Najma’s success graph started rising. She set records in the 2019 National Games in Peshawar and carried the form into the 13th South Asian Games in Nepal in December 2019 where she won a 400m hurdles gold, two silver medals and a bronze.

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