New Zealand Olympian: 1434
EVENT: Athletics: Men's Marathon
Tokyo 2020 will be Malcolm's first Olympic Games.
A member of the Wesley Athletic and Harrier Club in Auckland, he is now living in London but is still coached by New Zealand-based Paul Hamblyn.
Achieved the marathon qualifying standard by slashing nearly four minutes from his personal best with 2:10:04 at the Seville Marathon in Spain in February of 2020.
That qualifying time makes him the fourth-fastest Kiwi to ever have run the marathon.
He has previously represented New Zealand once in the marathon on the international stage, running 2:17:45 at the World Championships in 2019.
A latecomer to the marathon, the 33-year-old previously ran in shorter distances and has made great strides since dedicated himself to the marathon just three years ago.
Combines his running career with a fulltime job for a multinational engineering firm.