Mozac was born in Suva, Fiji and played rugby throughout his childhood and teenage years. Upon moving to Canada in 2005, Mozac joined several rugby teams across Alberta before settling in Calgary in 2009 with the Calgary Saints. That same year, he joined the Prairie Wolfpack who compete nationally and Mozac has become a constant feature within the team.

In 2015, Mozac helped the Wolfpack secure their first ever National Championship by scoring a hat trick in the final, which crowned him the league’s top try scorer and Player of the Year.

Performances in 2015 earned him a call up to the National Team. In 2018 Mozac joined the Seattle Seawolves as a Professional rugby player in their Inaugural season of Major League rugby. Mozac and the Seawolves went on to become the Inaugural champions of the newly formed professional league. When not training, Mozac gives back to the sport through coaching at the age grade level and with the Mount Royal University Men’s program.

Sport has brought me many amazing opportunities. Through sport, I have made life long connections and learnt life long lessons. I have learnt to reframe failure into a learning opportunity, always persevering and enduring and using my sporting platform to advocate for sport participation and inclusion for all.