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Information on the Australia teams competing at Paris 2024, including squad details.

HSBC SVNS Grand Final

Australia: Fact file

Form guide

Australia's women go into the Olympics on the ultimate high having hit gold at the SVNS Grand Final in Madrid – the perfect way to get over the disappointment of losing out to New Zealand by just two points in the regular season standings. After winning the first two rounds, three more silvers and a bronze did not prove quite enough as the Black Ferns Sevens captured gold at the last four regular season tournaments to be crowned League Winners.

Spearheaded by two silver medal performances in Cape Town and Perth, the men's side finished fourth in the ultra competitive men's series. 

Star dust

Sevens commentator and reporter Rob Vickerman says: "Maddison Levi is simply unmatched this season in scoring 69 tries for her side, clocking a try with every other touch of the rugby ball. For the men's team look no further than Maurice Longbottom as the star curator of magic – diminutive in stature but with huge presence and match-winning ability."

Road to Paris 2024

Australia's men's and women's teams both booked their places at Paris 2024 with a top-four finish in the World Rugby Sevens Series 2023. 

Previous Olympics

Australia's women became the first rugby sevens gold medal winners at Rio 2016. Having gone through their pool unbeaten, they beat first Spain and then Canada in the knockouts before overcoming arch-rivals New Zealand in the gold medal match, 24-17. In the same Games, Australia's men lost to South Africa in the quarter-finals.

Four years on both sides again competed at Tokyo 2020 (played in 2021), and both lost out in the quarter-finals to inspired Fiji performances. 


Women's Squad
Squad Information Unavailable
Men's Squad
Squad Information Unavailable