English swimmer Adam Peaty has sponsored an arrival of TV show Superstars to see who is the most elite among the Olympic heroes from Tokyo.
Whizzes was first displayed on TV in the UK in 1973 and set competitors from different games in opposition to one another.
An extraordinary post-Olympics contest was held after London 2012.
“We need to bring back Superstars, put all the Olympic bosses together and see who wins out of the different disciplines,” Peaty posted on Twitter.
England came fourth in the Tokyo awards table with 22 golds, 21 silvers and 22 bronzes.
Peaty, who is currently requiring an extended break from the pool, won two golds and a silver
The Superstars design has in the past seen people contend in different wearing disciplines including 100m and 800m on the track, exercise center tests, swimming, kayaking, bows and arrows, cycling and tennis.
Focuses are granted relying upon completing position, however competitors are not permitted to contend in their own expert game, so Peaty would be managed out of any swimming race.
Fighter Anthony Joshua and rower Helen Glover were the victors of the 2012 rivalry.