Sean White who is Canadian international rugby player has been named as a assistant coach of the canadian Men’s Rugby 7s Team.
Sean White given the duty on the even of this weekend’s HSBC Canada Sevens in Vancouver.
“We’re absolutely thrilled to give this opportunity to an extremely talented Canadian coach in Sean,” Paul said in a statement. “Having worked closely with (Rugby Canada director of performance and men’s 15s coach) Kingsley (Jones) throughout this process, we were impressed with the calibre of the coaches that applied and that were interviewed.
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“Despite receiving strong interest from several very experienced international coaches, we felt Sean was the outstanding candidate, both for the position technically and culturally. Add this to Sean’s extensive experience in international rugby, both in 15s and sevens, we are certain he is the right man for the job.”
If we look at his career then White won the 32 caps for the canadian 15s Team including the 2011 Rugby world cup. Apart of that He also played 27 times for the Canadian Sevens Squad and also participating in Pan American Games and Commonwealth Games events twice.
“This young, core group of players has limitless potential,” White said. “I’m excited to support their long-term development as individuals and I cherish the opportunity to prepare these players with the tools necessary to succeed on the world stage.”
The Canadian men are Draw in a tough group in Vancouver Rugby 7s, playing in Pool C with first-place South Africa, No. 2 Australia and No. 9 Spain.