For the third straight Olympics, the ‘Hot Tongan’ stole the show at the Opening Ceremony.
Tonga’s Pita Taufatofua once again carried the flag for the small island nation in Tokyo on Friday, and — as NBC’s Savannah Guthrie noted on the broadcast — had a bit more baby oil than normal.
Taufatofua initially broke onto the Olympic scene at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, when he qualified for his first Games in taekwondo. His shirtless performance at the Opening Ceremony in Brazil instantly made the Shirtless Tongan Flag Bearer an Olympic sensation.
He then returned two years later for the winter Olympics in PyeongChang, picking up a completely new sport in cross-country skiing, and went shirtless again in South Korea for the ceremony despite the freezing temperatures.
Though he’s far from a medal contender in Tokyo, Taufatofua made it back for a third straight games. So, naturally, he got to carry the flag for a third time.
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