SPRINT king Banuve Tabakaucoro has guaranteed the nation that he will win three gold medals at the Pacific Mini Games in Wallis and Futuna next month.
He will compete in the 100m, 200m and the 4x100m events, and he could add the 4x400m if officials need him to.
"I am at my peak right now and I am confident of winning all three events," he said.
Tabakaucoro turns 21 on September 4 and setting personal best times apart from winning gold will be the icing on his birthday cake.
The 'Bau bullet' remains unbeaten in the 100m and 200m in the region since winning the two events in Noumea, New Caledonia in 2011.
The former Marist Brothers High School student ran a season's best time of 10.52s at the IAAF World Athletics Championship in Moscow, Russia earlier this month.
He has also been confirmed as Fiji's flag bearer at the games opening ceremony on September 2.
Tabakaucoro says it will be an honour for him to carry the national flag at a major event.
"Being given the role of the flag bearer is a big honour for me.
"I was not expecting it because there are a lot of other senior athletes in Team Fiji so when they told me, I was really surprised."
He said he was not sure who his toughest opponents would be at the games but he was looking forward to the challenge.
"There is really no good competition for me in Fiji and competing in Moscow was great and now I have to concentrate on winning at the Mini Games.
"My season's best in the 100m is 10.52s and 21.08s in the 200m and I will try and improve on that.
"The athletes from Papua New Guinea could pose a threat to me but I think Nelson Stone might only compete in the 200m event.
"There is also a good sprinter from Tonga who was second to me in the 100m and 200m races at the Oceania Championships in Tahiti and he could also be a tough opponent."
Tabakaucoro will team up with Tui Francis and Waisake Raselala for the 4x100m event. Either Jone Wainiqolo or Epeli Batisala could be the fourth runner in the team.