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|Date of birth
13 November 1971|
|Place of birth
|Date of death
||8 December 1998
|Place of death
||Sea, off Coromandel Peninsula
||1.93 m (6 ft 4 in)
||98 kg (216 lb)
|Rugby union career
|| New Zealand
Aaron Remana Hopa (13 November 1971 – 8 December 1998) was a New Zealand international rugby union player whose career was cut short when he died in a diving accident at sea.
Hopa was born in 1971 in Hamilton, Waikato a precinct of New Zealand's north island.
He was an All Black in 1997 and played four matches on that year's tour of Britain and Ireland. He played for Waikato at provincial level including the Ranfurly Shield winning team in 1997 and he also played for the Chiefs in the Super 14. Hopa was outstanding in his position of loose forward.
In 1998, Hopa drowned in an accident while on a diving expedition near Slipper Island, off the Coromandel Peninsula coast of Waikato. He was 27.