|2013 World Cup in Rugby - Sports Jagat|
Team Canada has qualified for the 2013 men's and women's Rugby Sevens World Cup in Moscow, Russia.
On Sunday, the Canadian women overcome Trinidad and Tobago 46-0 at the Twin Elm Rugby Park in Ottawa to book their ticket to next year's important worldwide event. Jenn Kish of Edmonton, Alberta led the Canadian team with a hat trick as Canada was in complete command from start to finish.
Team Canada has so far joined teams from South Africa, the United States, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, Spain, France, Netherlands and Ireland.
On the men's side, Canada capable by advancing to Sunday's final against the United States with a 31-0 win over Jamaica. Phil Mack of Victoria had a 50m sprint to a try and Ciaran Hearn of Conception Bay, Newfoundland scored on a 80 yard try.
Other countries that have already qualified for the men's competition are Kenya, South Africa, Russia, Argentina, England, Wales, Portugal, Spain, France, Georgia, Scotland, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Somoa, Tonga and the United States.
The results for Team Canada at the 2013 Rugby World Cup will help analysts determine if Team Canada should be considered a medal contender in rugby at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.