Veteran Samoa rugby player Brian Lima is heading for a record fifth rugby World Cup after being included in the country's 30-strong squad.
Popularly known as "the Chiropractor" because of his bone-jarring tackles, Lima has been a feature of the Samoan side, at wing or centre, for 17 years and 63 Tests.
Lima already holds other records, such as being the youngest player at the 1991 World Cup and the only player to have scored tries in four World Cups.
Samoa will play warm-up games against English clubs Harlequins, Northampton and Sale before their World Cup opener against South Africa on September 9.
So the full squad is
Forwards : Census Johnston (Saracens, UK), Justin Va'a (Glasgow Warriors, UK), Kasiano Lealamajua (Dax, France), Donald Kerslake (Vaiala, Samoa), Mahonri Schwalger (Hurricanes, NZ), Muliufi Salanoa (Scopa, Samoa), Silao Vaisolasefo (Alhambra, NZ), Filipo Levi (Ricoh, Japan), Kane Thompson (Wests, NZ), Iosefa Fekori (Auckland, NZ), Daniel Leo (London Wasps, UK), Henry Tuilagi (Leicester, UK), Siu Lafaialii (Yokogawa, Japan), Semo Setiti (Docomo, Japan), Ulia Ulia (Marist, Samoa), Justin Purdie (Wellington, NZ).
Backs : Steven So'oialo (Harlequins, UK), Junior Poluleuligaga (North Harbour, NZ), Loki Crichton (Worcester, NZ), Lolo Lui (Moataa, Samoa), Seilala Mapusua (London Irish, UK), Eliota Sapolu Fuimaono (Bath, UK), Jerry Meafou (Scopa, Samoa), Elvis Sevealii (Sale, UK), Anitelea Tuilagi (Leeds Tykes, UK), Brian Lima (Bristol, UK), David Lemi (Bristol, UK), Lome Faatau (Glasgow Warriors, UK), Alesana Tuilaga (Leicester, UK), Gavin Williams (Ponsonby, NZ).