The Olympics we’re watching in Tokyo shows the best of sports: perseverance, achievement, grace. We cheer for underdogs and cry over heartbreak. We share in moments of glory, too fleeting, where talent that is “1 in a million” triumphs over adversity.
The Olympics we’re not watching has the same stories, but with even higher stakes. Around the world, the extraordinary potential of human beings shows in inventions big and small: in the triumph of vaccines that come together in months; in the ingenuity of shoes that generate power for small villages; in the resourcefulness of telehealth apps that bring support