Fiji's gold medal winning men's sevens team have arrived home from Tokyo.
16 players and four management staff, minus head coach Gareth Baber and assistant Brad Harris, touched down in Nadi at 3am on Friday, after departing Japan the night before.
Two injured Fijiana players also travelled home with the men's squad.
The players walked through the airport with face masks on while many had their gold medals hanging around their necks.
The Fijians beat New Zealand 27-12 in Wednesday's men's sevens final to secure back-to-back Olympic gold medals.
Five years ago thousands of fans lined the streets to welcome the Fiji team home from Rio, but Fiji Rugby CEO John O'Connor told RNZ Pacific things would have to be different this time around.
"I think the players understand that it's tough times," he said.
"We will see them come home and in the meantime we will have discussions with all the stakeholders and see how we can celebrate their victory."
The Olympic champions will now spend the next 14 days in quarantine before finally being able to reunite with their families, who they have been separated from since Easter because of the Covid-19 pandemic.