Japanese man holds inspiring sign up to athletes at Olympic village for HOURS a day as fans want him awarded gold medal

A Japanese man has been holding a sign up to athletes at the Olympic village for HOURS a day, and fans want him to be awarded a gold medal for his dedication.

The sign reads: "Good morning athletes! Even if you don't get a medal, you're still the BEST!


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"So Believe in yourself!"

And fans want the man to be given a gold medal for his persistence and message of encouragement.

Huge Instagram page pubity captioned the post, which has been liked by over 260,000 people: "Give him a mini medal."

And the comments section agree with one Insta user branding the man an "absolute winner".

Another commented saying: "This has Japan written all over it! Such a beautiful country with beautiful people."

Others have said that everyone needs someone like this man in their life, always positive and always trying to encourage others to strive to do their best.

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The man's message of encouragement has undoubtedly spurred Japan on at the Tokyo Olympic Games.

The host nation have won an incredible 56 medals at the Games, 27 of those gold.

Due to the number of gold medals, Japan are third in the Olympics medals table, behind Team USA and China.

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