With just over a month to go until Tokyo 2021, the Pumas 7’s They are finishing a new national concentration in Casa Pumas, with the focus on the trip to the United States, to dispute a ccompetition in the city of Los Angeles. That is why the Head Coach Santiago Gómez Cora defined the squad of 15 players to face the Quest For Gold Sevens, to dispute the days June 25-26 at Dignity Health Sports Park, and that will have five participating countries: Argentina, the United States, Kenya, Great Britain and South Korea.
The delegation will depart this today to carry out a concentration prior to the contest in the city of Chula Vista, next to the United States team. Once the competition in Los Angeles is over, the team will return to Buenos Aires and in the first days of July the final squad that will be in Japan will be announced.
“Our goal is to continue giving ourselves confidence, to continue growing, maturing and gaining experience. We are going to compete and seek that solidity that we are having as a team,” said Matías Osadzcuk and added: “As for the rivals, they are teams that can playing in Tokyo, so it’s going to be difficult and very tough. Our focus has to be on giving the best of each one. Enjoy each training. Transmit and give from where you play and that shows a lot when we get together. Having the head put in the moment and in the now, because we are all playing a place, “he added.
Squad of the Pumas 7’s for the Quest For Gold Sevens: Santiago Álvarez (cap), Lautaro Bazán Vélez, Lucio Cinti, Joaquín de la Vega, Felipe del Mestre, Rodrigo Etchart, Luciano González Rizzoni, Rodrigo Isgro, Santiago Mare, Ignacio Mendy, Marcos Moneta, Matías Osadczuk, Gastón Revol, Franco Sábato and German Schulz.