Fiji's golden fairytale: Rugby's greatest story?


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    CNN's Alex Thomas and rugby coach Ben Ryan reflect on the documentary of Fiji's Olympic success. The team's new coach Gareth Baber also talks to World Rugby.

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    1. The key to Fiji's high skill level comes down to that leisure game we play every afternoon called One Touch rugby. It is played in almost every village in Fiji by boys as young as 4 years old up to men of 50 years old. This game is where all the skills is developed, practised and tested. The rule of the game is the same everywhere. This is the reason why many Fijian players know exactly what to do and play high risk rugby when it comes to 7s games.

    2. Vinaka Ratu Peni Raiyani Latinara (Bestowed Chief Ben Ryan). Fiji salutes you with so much respect. Fiji will always be your home where ever you are in the world. Your name will echo through generations to generations of Fijians.

    3. @3:30 ….& @5:30….the famous Mr Saisai… He taught the legendary Tomasi Cama jnr back at the Qalivakabau District School….

      Lovely documentary … Thank You Ben for your contribution to Fiji Rugby and Fiji as a country…

    4. What a story..I just thank God in using an amazing person like Ben Ryan to bring out the best in our boys…despite all odds..the poorest players in the planet prooved what it is to have the heart for Rugby..yeah they'll be chasing shadows wen on form