Saturday, July 24, 2021 19:35 PM (GMT+7)
(Sports news, Olympic news) From the Winter Olympics to the summer, the Tongan male god made the audience whisper in front of his muscle mass.
On the evening of July 23, while thousands of athletes were dressed in colorful uniforms at the opening ceremony of the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games, there were two topless male athletes holding a marching flag. They are Taekwondo fighters from Tonga, Pita Taufatofua and Rio Rii, a rower from Vanuatu.
Two athletes cause fever at the opening ceremony of the 2021 Olympics
This is the third time Tongan boxer Pita Taufatofua has caused a fever at sports events, he rubbed oil on his body and then took off his shirt to show off his muscular muscles. Taufatofua first caused a fever at the opening ceremony of the 2016 Rio Olympics, then he did the same at the 2018 Winter Olympics and he had a “hat-trick” of taking off his shirt for the Olympic parade in Tokyo 2021.
At the recent Tokyo Olympic opening parade, Taufatofua did not have to “go” alone. Rio Rii, a rower and flag bearer of the Vanuatu delegation, did the same thing. The 27-year-old athlete is also topless and wearing the country’s traditional costumes, he is equally impressive as Taufalofua because of his really strong body.
Taufatofua is an athlete assigned to carry the flag for the Tonga delegation
He owns a height of 1m92, attended the Summer Olympics as a Taekwondo fighter…
…and attend the Winter Olympics with cross-country skiing
Rio Rii also topless holds the flag for Vanuatu at the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games 2021
1m76 tall athlete also has a beautiful body
He competed in rowing at this year’s Olympics
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