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Several sporting celebrities and international dignitaries will be attending the USA 7s in Las Vegas this week.
Many are attending as part of the Paul Solaii Foundation, a non-profit started by the Miami Dolphins nose tackle to maximize opportunities for American Samoan student athletes.
Soliai will be at the tournament, alomg with several Miami Dolphins teammates, such as Kendall Langford, Tony McDaniel, Davone Bess, Jared Odrick and Koa Misi. Other NFL players Sione Pouha, Chris Kemoeatu and Ma'ake Kemoeatu.
There are some rugby legends in attendance, too. Two all-time great All Blacks, Jonah Lomu and Michael Jones will be at the at the USA 7s, as will Peter Fatialofa, probably the greatest prop in Samoan rugby history.
They might be rugby royalty, but there's real royalty, too. Three princesses of Tonga and a prince of Samoa.