Santiago Gómez Cora
Santiago Gómez Cora at the 2008 USA Sevens
|Date of birth||July 25, 1978|
|Rugby union career|
Santiago Gómez Cora (born July 25, 1978) is a former rugby union sevens player for Argentina. He held the all-time record for number of tries scored on the IRB Sevens World Series circuit with 230 until May 21, 2016 when Kenyan Collins injera took the spot. He also ranks among the top five players all-time in points and in appearances.
In September 2013, Gómez Cora became head coach of the Argentina national rugby sevens team. Gómez Cora has previously coached the Argentina women's rugby sevens team. In addition to his duties with Argentina's national teams, he works with Serevi Rugby, a training and development program founded by Fiji legend Waisale Serevi; he is based in Buenos Aires and operates the organization's Latin American efforts.
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