Not really into large-team sports in the Olympics. Seems the more people involved, the lower my interest. Love beach volleyball, but indoor with all the squeaky shoes? Pass. Throw a javelin. Jump high. Run fast. Paddle a boat of some sort. Do not sail a boat; that’s recreation, not sport. (America’s Cup, my hinder!) Hockey, field hockey, all that near unwatchable. Glad they kicked baseball. I like baseball just as is, thanks. Really long races? They can go, too. Except the Marathon - there’s a reason for that one.
Also not too keen on “sports” where the judging is all micromanaged and ticky-tack; yeah, I’m looking right at both gymnastics and especially the ridiculous “rhythmic gymnastics” and whatever the hell that is what with all the little girls in too much make-up swimming about in unison. Save that for Circe de Soleil.
My basic opinion is that sports are appropriate compensations for a society moving past violence. Sports do need to have some martial or directly competitive component. Personally, there is little as satisfying as smacking something with a baseball bat - preferably a baseball. Fencing, judo, boxing - all on topic. Running away quickly is a very, very handy skill to have. Don’t know if any wars were ever won by wee girls swimming.
The last thing I’d want to see is NFL-type football in the Olympics. Rather have dodgeball!