David Katoatau is a three-time Olympian in weightlifting who hails from the tiny island nation of Kiribati.
The 32-year-old athlete won gold in the 105kg group A at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games, the first Commonwealth Games medal for his nation.
But it's not just his weightlifting prowess that has grabbed our attention.
It seems the world has fallen in love with Katoatau - thanks to his incredibly joyous dancing.
In fact, regardless of whether he wins a medal or fails on his lift, Katoatau always ends his competitions with a dance and a huge smile on his face.
Great Olympic Spirit from the dancing weightlifter David Katoatau from Kiribati pic.twitter.com/21L5oULrO7
-- Michael Bonner (@IrishGuyinRio) August 15, 2016
But despite revealing his lighter side on stage, the weightlifter's moves aren't just for show.
His stage antics are an attempt to raise awareness of the threat climate change poses to Katoatau's homeland in the central Pacific Ocean.
Last year, he wrote an open letter to plead for help, which was distributed at a Commonwealth Games Federation meeting by Katoatau's coach, Paul Coffa.
"The simple truth is that we do not have the resources to save ourselves," he said in the letter. "We will be the first to go.
"I beg the countries of the world to see what is happening to Kiribati.
"It will be the extinction of a race. Open your eyes and look to the other low-lying level islands around the Pacific - they will soon fall with us."
And of course, we can't help but fall in love with this athlete.
David Katoatau my new favourite Olympian. The dancing weightlifter from Kiribati #bbcrio2016
-- David Moneypenny (@davidmpny) August 15, 2016
David Katoatau (dancing weight lifter) has caused the biggest ever spike in Google search for his country Kiribati! pic.twitter.com/DIGyl8lvNe
-- Ben Good (@bengood) August 16, 2016
Loving the dancing weightlifter David Katoatau
-- Louise Cheese (@cheese_fancier) August 16, 2016