The rangy Waikato speedster has been a standout performer for the All Blacks Sevens since making his debut in 2008 where he ran in 10 tries in his first three tournaments. He has crossed the line more times than any other New Zealand sevens player with 174 tries to his credit.

He is the sixth highest try scorer in Sevens Series history. His stunning form in 2013 when New Zealand won the Sevens Series and the Sevens Rugby World Cup in Moscow saw him named IRB Sevens Player of the Year.

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Tim's Games History

  • Commonwealth Games Gold Coast 2018

    • Rugby - Sevens (Rugby Sevens - Men) Pool C Match: 54-0 Pool C Match: 40-7 Pool C Match: 33-7 Semi Final 1: 17-12 Gold Medal Match: 14-0 1
  • Olympic Summer Games Rio 2016

    • Rugby - Sevens (Rugby Sevens - Men) Men's Pool C - Game 1: 12-14 Men's Pool C - Game 2: 28-5 Men's Pool C - Game 3: 19-21 Men's Quarterfinal 1: 7-12 Men's Placing 5-8: 24-19 Men's Placing 5-6: 17-14 Placed 5 of 12
  • Commonwealth Games Glasgow 2014

    • Rugby - Sevens (Rugby Sevens - Men) Gold Medal Match: 12-17 Prelim -Pool A Match 1: 39-0 Prelim -Pool A Match 3: 17-14 Prelim -Pool A Match 5: 59-0 Medal Quarter-finals: 19-7 Medal Semi-finals: 19-7 2
  • Commonwealth Games Delhi 2010

    • Rugby - Sevens (Rugby Sevens - Men) 3rd and 4th: Final: 24-17 New Zealand vs Canada: 43-7 New Zealand vs Guyana: 52-0 New Zealand vs Scotland: 43-0 Bowl - 3rd Pool A vs 4th Pool B: Bowl - 3rd Pool D vs 4th Pool C: Bowl - 3rd Pool C vs 4th Pool D: Bowl - 3rd Pool B vs 4th Pool A: 1st Pool A vs 2nd Pool B: 31-10 1st Pool D vs 2nd Pool C: 1st Pool C vs 2nd Pool D: 1st Pool B vs 2nd Pool A: Bowl - Winner Match 25 vs Winner Match 26: Bowl - Winner Match 27 vs Winner Match 28: Plate - Loser Match 29 vs Loser Match 30: Plate - Loser Match 31 vs Loser Match 32: Winner Match 29 vs Winner Match 30: 32-12 Winner Match 31 vs Winner Match 32: Bowl - Winner Match 33 vs Winner Match 34: Plate - Winner Match 35 vs Winner Match 36: 1