Rugby sevens at the 2019 Pan American Games
|Rugby sevens at the XVIII Pan American Games|
Rugby sevens pictogram
|Venue||Rugby sevens stadium|
|Dates||July 26 –28, 2019|
|Competitors||192 from 12 nations|
|Rugby sevens at the|
2019 Pan American Games
A total of eight men's and eight women's teams (each consisting up to 12 athletes) competed in each tournament. This means a total of 192 athletes were scheduled to compete. After making its debut at the 2015 edition, the women's tournament has been expanded to eight teams from six.
|3||United States (USA)||0||1||1||2|
|Totals (4 nations)||2||2||2||6|
||Argentina (ARG)||Canada (CAN)||United States (USA)|
||Canada (CAN)||United States (USA)||Colombia (COL)|
12 countries qualified rugby sevens teams . The numbers of participants qualified are in parentheses. Jamaica, Peru and Trinidad and Tobago are all scheduled to make their Pan American Games debut in the sport.
Eight men's teams and eight women's teams qualified to compete at the games in each tournament. The host nation (Peru) received automatic qualification in the women's tournament only, along with seven other teams. Eight men's teams qualified through various tournaments as well.
|Automatic qualification||N/A||N/A||3|| Argentina|
|2018 South American Games||27–29 May||Colcapirhua||2|| Chile|
|2018 RAN Sevens||22–23 September||Saint James||2|| Guyana|
|2019 Sudamérica Rugby Men's Sevens OQT||29–30 June||Santiago||1||Brazil|
|Automatic qualification||N/A||N/A||2|| Canada|
|2018 South American Games||27–29 May||Colcapirhua||1||Brazil|
|2018 RAN Women's Sevens||22–23 September||Saint James||2|| Mexico|
Trinidad and Tobago
|2018 Valentín Martínez Tournament||9–10 November||Montevideo||1||Argentina|
|2019 Sudamérica Rugby Women's Sevens OQT||1–2 June||Lima||1||Colombia|
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