Olied Up Tongan Flag-Bearer Wins All The Medals At Rio Opening Ceremonies

Pita Taukatofua is the first Tongan to compete in taekwando.

The Opening Ceremonies last night at Rio were a colorful parade of international glory.

But one flag bearer sent everyone running for a map: Pita Taufatofua of Tonga, who competes in taekwondo, was looking mighty fine in his traditional native costume.

Taukatofua, 32, walked into Maracanã Stadium shirtless and completely covered in baby oil.

Taukatofua was born in Australia but wanted to compete for his father's homeland—he's the first athlete from Tonga to qualify to the Olympics in Taekwondo.

His trip to Rio was self-funded with a Kickstarter campaign that raise $6,200 dollars in four months.

We suggest a wall calendar for 2020.

Thankfully, this Olympic hottie is generous on Instagram.

h/t: Daily Mail

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