Fiji presented the list of the 16 players who will travel to the Tokyo Olympics in defense of the gold medal obtained in Rio 2016 and among them will be Semi Radrada, who currently plays the Bristol Bears in the Premiership and will now represent his country.
Radrada was summoned in 2018 and played in the Pacific Nation’s Cup. In that event, Fiji defeated France for the first time in history with a try from him. In addition, in the seven of London in the same year champions were consecrated when having triumphed against South Africa by 21-17.
On Rio 2016, the islanders had secured the first gold medal for their country in Olympic history after defeating Great Britain in the final by a resounding 43-7.
Gareth Baber, Head Coach of Fiji, summoned for these Olympic Games to: Semi Radrada, Kalione Nasoko, Josua Vakurinabili, Meli Derenalagi, Iosefo Masi, Aseli Tuivuaka, Vilimoni Botitu, Waisea Nacuqu, Napolioni Bolaca, Jiuta Wainiqolo, Aminiasi Tuimaba and Jerry Tuwai (c). On the other hand there will be four reserves: Sireli Makala, Kitione Taliga, Joseva Talacolo and Kavekini Tabu.