Fiji erupts into celebration after first Olympic gold

Publish Date : 2021-04-04


Fiji erupts into celebration after first Olympic gold

Naturally, social media pulled up a seat at the party. Captured on Twitter and Instagram, streets across Suva city center were a riot of sound and color.

Life is good

As the deputy editor-in-chief of the Fiji Times, Elenoa Baselaia, told CNN, 'Rugby is like a religion in Fiji, and we're already a very religious country.' So it's not surprising that the hashtag #TosoViti, meaning 'life is good,' was tweeted over 2,500 times after the win. Ecstatic moments were captured as fans stood roadside to cheer and wave, and students clustered around their teacher's cellphone to watch the moment of victory.

In an unusual twist, Fiji's victory came thanks in part to a Brit. Englishman Ben Ryan has coached the team for three years and is known for instilling discipline into his team's outrageously talented players. In fact, many credit coach Ryan for steering the winners to victory. He offered a grateful message of thanks.

The Fiji team was already the firm favorite to win the rugby sevens, so it looked like the 'mystic approach' he credits the team with having, paid off handsomely.

About to create history

Celebrations were held in all quarters. The French embassy in Fiji joined up with the Filipino police force to back their beloved team. They must have sensed a momentous occasion in the air.

The Fiji Netball team was eager to celebrate history-in-the-making by sharing this note posted by shopkeepers.

Wonder if the shopkeeper made it back in time to open up?

Celebrations were held in all quarters. The French embassy in Fiji joined up with the Filipino police force to back their beloved team. They must have sensed a momentous occasion in the air. Naturally, social media pulled up a seat at the party. Captured on Twitter and Instagram, streets across Suva city center were a riot of sound and color. Wonder if the shopkeeper made it back in time to open up? Life is good Celebrations were held in all quarters. The French embassy in Fiji joined up with the Filipino police force to back their beloved team. They must have sensed a momentous occasion in the air. The Fiji team was already the firm favorite to win the rugby sevens, so it looked like the 'mystic approach' he credits the team with having, paid off handsomely. Life is good Life is good The Fiji Netball team was eager to celebrate history-in-the-making by sharing this note posted by shopkeepers. Naturally, social media pulled up a seat at the party. Captured on Twitter and Instagram, streets across Suva city center were a riot of sound and color. As the deputy editor-in-chief of the Fiji Times, Elenoa Baselaia, told CNN, 'Rugby is like a religion in Fiji, and we're already a very religious country.' So it's not surprising that the hashtag #TosoViti, meaning 'life is good,' was tweeted over 2,500 times after the win. Ecstatic moments were captured as fans stood roadside to cheer and wave, and students clustered around their teacher's cellphone to watch the moment of victory. In an unusual twist, Fiji's victory came thanks in part to a Brit. Englishman Ben Ryan has coached the team for three years and is known for instilling discipline into his team's outrageously talented players. In fact, many credit coach Ryan for steering the winners to victory. He offered a grateful message of thanks. The Fiji Netball team was eager to celebrate history-in-the-making by sharing this note posted by shopkeepers. Wonder if the shopkeeper made it back in time to open up? The Fiji Netball team was eager to celebrate history-in-the-making by sharing this note posted by shopkeepers. About to create history As the deputy editor-in-chief of the Fiji Times, Elenoa Baselaia, told CNN, 'Rugby is like a religion in Fiji, and we're already a very religious country.' So it's not surprising that the hashtag #TosoViti, meaning 'life is good,' was tweeted over 2,500 times after the win. Ecstatic moments were captured as fans stood roadside to cheer and wave, and students clustered around their teacher's cellphone to watch the moment of victory. In an unusual twist, Fiji's victory came thanks in part to a Brit. Englishman Ben Ryan has coached the team for three years and is known for instilling discipline into his team's outrageously talented players. In fact, many credit coach Ryan for steering the winners to victory. He offered a grateful message of thanks. Celebrations were held in all quarters. The French embassy in Fiji joined up with the Filipino police force to back their beloved team. They must have sensed a momentous occasion in the air. The Fiji team was already the firm favorite to win the rugby sevens, so it looked like the 'mystic approach' he credits the team with having, paid off handsomely. Life is good The Fiji team was already the firm favorite to win the rugby sevens, so it looked like the 'mystic approach' he credits the team with having, paid off handsomely. Wonder if the shopkeeper made it back in time to open up? Naturally, social media pulled up a seat at the party. Captured on Twitter and Instagram, streets across Suva city center were a riot of sound and color. Celebrations were held in all quarters. The French embassy in Fiji joined up with the Filipino police force to back their beloved team. They must have sensed a momentous occasion in the air. As the deputy editor-in-chief of the Fiji Times, Elenoa Baselaia, told CNN, 'Rugby is like a religion in Fiji, and we're already a very religious country.' So it's not surprising that the hashtag #TosoViti, meaning 'life is good,' was tweeted over 2,500 times after the win. Ecstatic moments were captured as fans stood roadside to cheer and wave, and students clustered around their teacher's cellphone to watch the moment of victory.

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