Fiji Association of Sports and National Olympic Committee (FASANOC) President Joseph Rodan is confident the island nation will send its largest ever team to this summer's Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, which could consist of up to 100 athletes.
This would represent a remarkable improvement on numbers at previous Games, with Fiji's largest team thus far having been the 24 they sent to Seoul 1988.
A team of nine attended the most recent Summer Games at London 2012, while there were just six four years earlier in Beijing and 10 at Athens 2004.
The addition of rugby sevens into the Olympic programme will make a big difference, Rodan believes, with Fiji having won the 2014-2015 World Rugby men's world series and also boasting a strong women's team.
“We are looking at about probably between 80 to 100 athletes and officials and when you look at that and compare it to 1988 Seoul Olympics, that was the biggest number we took across, that was 24 athletes and officials,” he said.
“Let’s be realistic, I think our men's sevens team have a very good chance of winning gold and I think our women's team also have a chance of winning a medal there.
"That'll be the first time that Fiji has ever won medals at the Olympic Games.”
Fiji made its debut in the Olympics at Melbourne in 1956 and has competed in every Games since Los Angeles 1984 but is still waiting to win its first medal.
Ensuring all sports adopt the FASANOC strategic plan will be key to maximising their chances, Rodan believes.
“You can demarcate the sporting bodies in Fiji," he added.
"Those that have all the governance and systems in place and those sporting bodies perform pretty well and those sporting bodies where the athletes are good but they don’t have governance and systems."