|Birth name||Uini Atonio|
|Date of birth||26 March 1990|
|Place of birth||Timaru, Canterbury Region, New Zealand|
|Height||1.97 m (6 ft 5 1⁄2 in)|
|Weight||152 kg (23 st 13 lb; 335 lb)|
|School||Wesley College, Auckland|
|Rugby union career|
Uini Atonio ([wi.ni a.to.niː.o]; born 26 March 1990) is a New Zealand-born professional rugby union footballer of Samoan heritage who represents France internationally. His usual position is tighthead prop. He currently plays for French club La Rochelle. BBC named him as the biggest forward in 2015 World Cup.
Uini (pronounced Weeny) Atonio was born in Timaru, New Zealand to Samoan parents. He attended Wesley College, Auckland, where he played rugby for the 1st XV and was invited to join the Counties Manukau rugby academy.
Atonio joined the Counties Manukau ITM Cup squad in 2010.
Atonio was recruited by Patrice Collazo to join La Rochelle for the 2011–12 Pro D2 season. In 2014, he completed the required three years of residency to qualify for France internationally, and was included in the 30-man France squad for the 2014 November internationals. He made his debut for France in their 40–15 win over Fiji on 8 November 2014.