Remember Pita Taufatofua, the only athlete from Tonga at the Winter Olympics in February? He became famous as his country’s bare-chested, oiled-up flag bearer in Rio in 2016, then went from taekwondo to cross-country skiing. Taufatofua trained with help from sponsorships and crowdfunding, an idea that didn’t exist 20 years ago — at least not in Tonga, which didn’t get broadband until 2013. His goal in Pyeongchang was to avoid finishing last. He succeeded — and he isn’t done yet.