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Fiji Wins First-Ever Olympic Men’s Rugby Sevens Gold Medal at Rio 2016

The Small Pacific island nation Fiji has dominated the finals of the men’s Rugby Sevens in the Rio Olympic Games 2016 and won the first ever Olympic gold defeating the team of Great Britain by 43-7. The final event has taken place at the end of another Olympic day of huge upsets, high speed cashes and the Olympic fans have gone wild at the Deodoro stadium of Rio. You can also check Summer Olympics Closing Ceremony details here.

Fiji Wins First-Ever Men’s Rugby Sevens Gold Medal at Rio 2016 Games

Small Island Nation Proved at Rio and Won Its First Gold in Rugby Sevens

The Olympians of the Fiji has dictated right from the moment they have opened over the USA on day one of sports. All the best quality teams such as New Zealand has found themselves wear down before the Fijians attack. The South Africa has emerged most likely for constituting the valuable competition for the Fijians but they will never meet one another. In the semi-final match Great Britain has proved more than the South Africans who has to make a bronze medal tournament with the Japan.

Finally, the teams of the Australia and New Zealand has finished in 8th and 5th places respectively would be disappointed with their performances at the 3 days of competitions held at Rio. But, the rugby sevens matches at Rio is all about the Fiji. The small nation has proved themselves in the world’s largest stage that they were made for the success. Stay updated with latest Olympics 2016 information that we provide in our website regularly.

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