Harry Jones brings leadership and experience to the men’s national team as he shares captain duties with Nathan Hirayama. Jones has played 300 matches on the World Rugby Sevens Series and scored more than 730 points.
An avid sports enthusiast, Admir Cejvanovoc discovered rugby at the age of 13 with the Burnaby Rugby Club and never looked back.
Kayla Moleschi was a member of Team Canada at Rio 2016 where she won bronze in the first ever Olympic rugby sevens tournament
Sara Kaljuvee caught the eye of Canadian sevens coaches with her strong play in fifteens, where she captained Canada to the 2013 U-20 Nations Cup title.
Nathan Hirayama has been a mainstay for Canada Sevens since making his series debut in 2006 at the age of 18. Now going into his third Pan Am Games Hirayama is just the fourth player to ever break 1500 points with 1718 points scored.
With incredible pace and the ability to turn on a dime, Sean Duke has been a player that Canadian rugby can depend on. In 2015 Duke took part in seven legs of the World Sevens Series, scoring 19 tries to make him Canada’s top try scorer for the season.