Leone Nakarawa Height, Weight, Age, Net Worth, Girlfriend, Career, Family, Ethnicity, Wiki, Bio

Who is Leone Nakarawa?

Born on 2 April 1988, Leone Nakarawa is a Fijian rugby union footballer and Olympic gold medalist who is best known for his offloading skills, athleticism, and general play on the open field. He plays as a Second-Row forward for Glasgow Warriors and represents the Fijian national team in international rugby. In 2016, he signed for Racing 92. In 2018 he was awarded the EPCR Player of the Year accolade. At the 2016 Summer Olympics, Nakarawa won the gold medal in rugby sevens.

Leone Nakarawa Family / Siblings / Religion

He was born and raised in Tavua, Fiji to his father Leone Snr. His family information is not available right now.

Leone Nakarawa Wife / Girlfriend / Children / Married

Leone is currently in a relationship with fiancee Vika.

Leone Nakarawa Age / Net Worth / 2021

As of 2021, Leone is 33 years old and has a net worth of $1 million.

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Personal Information

  • Full Name: Lieutenant Leone Nakarawa
  • Nick Names: Lock Leone 
  • Birthday: born 2 April 1988
  • Age in 2021: 33
  • Birth Place: Tavua, Fiji
  • School: Tavua College
  • College/University: N/A
  • Education: N/A
  • Profession: Rugby Player
  • Nationality: Fiji
  • Ethnicity/Race: Black
  • Religion: N/A
  • Zodiac: Aries
  • Net Worth: $1 million
  • Height: 1.98 m
  • Weight: 109 Kg
  • Feet/Shoe Size: N/A
  • Dress Size: N/A
  • Body Measurement: N/A
  • Body Type: Unkown
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Black
  • Father: Leone Snr
  • Mother: N/A
  • Sister: N/A
  • Brother: N/A
  • Wife / Spouse: Unknown
  • Girlfriend / Dating / Affairs: Vika
  • Children: N/A

Trivia / Facts

  • Nakarawa is generally considered to be one of the best lock forwards in the world.
  • He is most famous for his offloading skills, athleticism and general play in open field.
  • At the 2016 Summer Olympics, Nakarawa was part of the Fiji team in rugby sevens, where he scored a try in the final in a one-sided 43-7 victory over Great Britain to claim the gold medal, which was also Fiji’s first ever Olympic medal in any sport.