First taekwondo, then cross-country skiing... and now controversial athlete Pita Taufatofua is setting his sights on competing in a third Olympic sport.
The 35-year-old youth worker from Brisbane became an internet sensation as Tonga's shirtless, oiled-up flagbearer at the 2016 Rio Olympics and re-emerged in a traditional ta'ovala at last year's Winter Olympics in South Korea.
After competing in taekwondo in Rio, Taufatofua qualified for the cross-country skiing in PyeongChang.
Taufatofua is now aiming to compete in a water sport at the Tokyo Olympics next year, posting to Facebook that his "life is about to change again".
Last year, Taufatofua told NBC he was confident of success in the water.
"If I qualify for the Olympics in that sport, I will medal in that sport...[it] is a sport that's much more aligned with being a Tongan and being a Pacific Islander," he said.
On Radio New Zealand, he said: "I will hopefully be the first male in history to do three completely different Olympic sports in three different arenas. One of the biggest things I do is I set dreams which are impossible and then find a way to get there."
The way he got to Korea has raised concerns, with the International Ski Federation considering changes to the qualification system for cross-country skiing.
This after several of Taufatofua's competitors claimed he had cheated.
He was able to qualify via roller-skiing, in a system introduced to encourage people from countries not known for skiing.
Taufatofua suffered a crushing first-round defeat in the taekwondo in Rio and finished in 114th place (from 119 competitors) two years later.