|Date of birth||17 January 1993|
|Place of birth||Nelspruit, South Africa|
|Height||1.79 m (5 ft 10 1⁄2 in)|
|Weight||92 kg (14 st 7 lb; 203 lb)|
|School||Hoërskool Nelspruit, Nelspruit|
|Rugby union career|
|2016 Rio de Janeiro||Team|
He was a member of the South African Sevens team that won a bronze medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
In 2012, he moved to Cape Town, where he represented the Western Province U19 side during the 2012 Under-19 Provincial Championship. He made eleven appearances for them in the competition. He scored one try during the regular season – their second-last match against Free State U19 – and scored a second try for the side in the final against the Blue Bulls U19 to help them to a 22–18 victory to see them win the championship.
South African Sevens
In 2013, Kok became involved with the South African Sevens side. He made his debut for them at the 2013 London Sevens, the final event of the 2012–13 IRB Sevens World Series. He didn't play in the 2013 Rugby World Cup Sevens in June 2013, but he did represent South Africa at the 2013 World Games in Cali, Colombia, where South Africa won the event, beating Argentina in the final.
He established himself as a regular for South Africa during the 2013–14 IRB Sevens World Series, including their wins at the 2013 South Africa Sevens and the 2014 USA Sevens. He was also included in their squad that played at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, helping his side all the way to the final, where they got a 17–12 victory over a New Zealand that won the previous four tournaments.
2016 Summer Olympics
Kok was included in a 12-man squad for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. He was named as a substitute for their first match in Group B of the competition against Spain, with South Africa winning the match 24–0.
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