DoB1993-11-27 BirthplaceNelson (New Zealand) Height1.92 m (6' 4") Weight102 kg (16 st 0 lb) PositionBack Row
DoB1992-08-26 BirthplaceAbergavenny Height1.90 m (6' 3") Weight100 kg (15 st 10 lb) PositionNo 8
Sam began his rugby career at Brynmawr Youth before joining Ebbw Vale as a back row. He currently one of the Wales Sevens core players and played for Cardiff Met when he was undertaking a Sport & Exercise Science scholarship.
A former county footballer with Gwent, Sam has also previously represented his country at rugby league where he was capped for Wales against England at Bridgend's Brewery Field.
He reached his 100th match on the World Series during the 2016 Hong Kong tournament where Wales reached the Cup quarter-finals. With one round left in the 2015/16 World Series, Cross led the tackle charts with 114 next to his name.
He was one of three Wales core Sevens players (Luke Treharne and Luke Morgan being the others) to make the initial extended GB 7s Men's squad for Rio, which was announced in May.
DoB1991-10-14 BirthplaceHaverfordwest Height1.71 m (5' 7") Weight80 kg (12 st 8 lb) PositionScrum half
Rhodri began his career with Crymych before joining Cardiff Met where he studied Sports Education. The scrum half is employed as a Rugby Community Coach in Pembrokeshire.
DoB1990-09-14 BirthplaceBridgend Height1.82 m (6' 0") Weight93 kg (14 st 9 lb) PositionFlanker
DoB1990-12-19 BirthplaceCardiff Height1.85 m (6' 1") Weight86 kg (13 st 7 lb) PositionFull back
Dan made his debut on the World Series in Hong Kong in 2012 and went on to play four tournaments in that campaign. He was recalled to the Wales Sevens squad for round four of the 2014/15 series in Wellington, New Zealand.
DoB1985-04-07 Birthplace Height1.78 m (5' 10") Weight84 kg (13 st 3 lb) PositionScrum Half
Nicky made his debut on the circuit in Adelaide in 2011 and played a total of four tournaments for Wales until Twickenham in 2013.
The former Newport Gwent Dragons and Cornish Pirates scrum half then focused on the fuller version of the game and was pivotal in Jersey gaining promotion from National One to the Championship.
He narrowly missed out on selection for Wales' Commonwealth Games squad in Glasgow and finally returned to the World Series for round four of the 2014/15 series in Wellington.
DoB1988-04-03 BirthplaceChurch Village Height1.90 m (6' 3") Weight106 kg (16 st 9 lb) PositionBack Row
Having spent four years with the Newport Gwent Dragons, Groves returned to Wales Sevens action for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
He skippered Wales in the 2010 Games in Delhi before embarking on a regional career with Newport Gwent Dragons.
DoB1989-02-14 BirthplaceCarmarthen Height1.92 m (6' 4") Weight102 kg (16 st 0 lb) PositionWinger
Welsh-speaking Jason has spent his entire club career with Carmarthen Quins - except for one year when he attended UWIC.
The former Wales U18 and U20 centre joined the Wales 7s squad in Dubai in 2012 and went on to play in six tournaments in the HSBC Sevens World Series in his debut season. He was part of the Wales squad which defended their Rugby World Cup title in Moscow in 2013.
DoB1987-03-30 BirthplaceCardiff Height1.73 m (5' 8") Weight94 kg (14 st 11 lb) PositionWinger
Having played for Newport Gwent Dragons between 2009-2014, Harries was unattached to any club when he was selected to represent Wales at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
No stranger to Sevens, Harries represented Wales on the IRB World Series circuit in 2009 before going on to play for Warren Gatland's Wales side where he earned three caps.
DoB1990-04-22 BirthplaceSwansea Height1.85 m (6' 1") Weight90 kg (14 st 2 lb) PositionCentre
DoB1992-11-24 BirthplaceBeddau Height1.73 m (5' 8") Weight73 kg (11 st 7 lb) PositionScrum half
The Cardiff Blues scrum half made his debut on the World Series circuit in the penultimate round of the 2014-15 season. He was in a Wales side which went on to win the Bowl final against Argentina.
DoB1992-01-11 BirthplaceLlanelli Height1.79 m (5' 10") Weight85 kg (13 st 5 lb) PositionFull Back
Jones made his debut on the Sevens circuit in the Japan leg of the 2013/14 Sevens World Series.
DoB1990-11-22 BirthplaceBargoed Height1.84 m (6' 0") Weight89 kg (14 st 0 lb) PositionFly half
DoB1992-05-16 BirthplaceBridgend Height1.76 m (5' 9") Weight83 kg (13 st 1 lb) PositionWinger
Luke Morgan was on the radar ever since the domestic season of 2011/12 when he raced over for 17 tries with his club, Bridgend. He scored four tries in the Under 20 Six Nations championship in the same season.
The flying winger has now firmly established himself on the World Series cicruit and his finishing prowess now has him closely marked by all teams as the Wales dangerman. He equalled the Wales record of 60 tries in the World Series, in round eight of the 2015/16 season when scoring a brace against England in Singapore. He eventually took the record off Tal Selley in the penultimate round of the series in Paris when he scored against England on day 3 of the tournament.
He was one of three Wales core Sevens players (Luke Treharne and Sam Cross being the others) to make the extended GB 7s Men's squad for Rio, which was announced in May.
DoB1994-09-17 BirthplaceNewport Height1.80 m (5' 11") Weight86 kg (13 st 7 lb) PositionFly Half
DoB1990-09-02 BirthplaceNeath Height1.78 m (5' 10") Weight86 kg (13 st 7 lb) PositionWinger
DoB1989-06-22 BirthplaceNeath Height1.93 m (6' 4") Weight109 kg (17 st 2 lb) PositionNo 8
The strong ball carrying back row played in the last four rounds of the 2011/12 World Series in Hong Kong, Japan, Scotland and England.
He played in the opening round of the 2012/13 series in Australia before rejoining the squad in the sixth round in Hong Kong where Wales made the final before losing to Fiji.
He was a member of the Wales Sevens World Cup squad which competed in Moscow in 2013.
DoB1994-01-30 BirthplaceCardiff Height1.88 m (6' 2") Weight88 kg (13 st 12 lb) PositionBack Row
DoB1995-07-12 BirthplacePontypridd Height1.80 m (5' 11") Weight89 kg (14 st 0 lb) PositionCentre
Garyn made his debut on the World Series circuit on Australia's Gold Coast in the 2014/15 series.
DoB1985-01-02 BirthplaceBancyfelin Height1.83 m (6' 0") Weight90 kg (14 st 2 lb) PositionFly Half
DoB1993-01-18 BirthplaceSwansea Height1.73 m (5' 8") Weight74 kg (11 st 9 lb) PositionFly half
Currently studying medicine at Peninsula Medical School, Luke has already won one world title in Sevens, having been a member of the Great Britain Students side which claimed glory in Brive at the World Students Games in 2012.
He attended Coleg Sir Gar, a breeding ground for the Scarlets and played in the same age group side as George North.
No stranger to Sevens, Luke has previously represented Wales on the FIRA Grand Prix circuit and was part of the Commonwealth Games Wales squad in Glasgow.
He was one of three Wales core Sevens players (Luke Morgan and Sam Cross being the others) to make the extended GB 7s Men's squad for Rio, which was announced in May.
DoB1991-03-07 BirthplaceBurry Port Height1.83 m (6' 0") Weight86 kg (13 st 7 lb) PositionCentre
Capped at international level after coming on as a second half replacement against the Barbarians on 2 June 2012, the Scarlets centre got his first taste of sevens rugby in the penultimate round of the 2012/13 HSBC World Series in Glasgow.
Also capped at Under 20 level, Warren started out with Furnace United and Llanelli but has also played for Llandovery in the Principality Premiership.
DoB1992-03-24 BirthplaceChurch Village Height1.87 m (6' 2") Weight83 kg (13 st 1 lb) PositionWinger
Webber was plucked from Division One East of the Swalec League where he was playing for Ystrad Rhondda when making his Wales debut in the 2012 Dubai Sevens.
The rising star had formerly played rugby in New Zealand on South Island’s west coast where he played for Greymouth Marist. He impressed the Welsh management while on trial with the Sevens development squad and is now looking to consolidate his position in the squad.
He scored his debut try in the IRB World Series in Dubai 2012 in the 27-5 victory over Fiji in the Plate semi-final.
DoB1986-10-27 BirthplacePontyberem Height1.73 m (5' 8") Weight80 kg (12 st 8 lb) PositionWing
Williams has previously represented Wales at U18 and U19 levels, and has also appeared as a U19 Sevens player. He was an influential member of the triumphant Welsh side which claimed the World Cup Sevens title in Dubai in 2009.
He received a call up to the Wales Sevens squad for participation in the 2006–2007 IRB Sevens World Series. Williams scored a try in the Bowl Final victory against Tonga in Adelaide and also made a scoring appearance in the Pool stage match against France at the close of the Series at Murrayfield.
Williams was named in the Wales Sevens squad ahead of the 2007–2008 IRB Sevens World Series. He impressed during the Dubai Sevens, scoring two tries against the USA and one against Samoa in the Pool stages, and a try against Australia in the Bowl semi-final that Wales narrowly lost.
Williams retained his place in the squad for the USA and New Zealand legs of the Series, to be played in February 2008. Since then he has been a valuable member of the Wales Sevens side.
He was also part of the Wales Sevens side which competed in the Delhi Commonwealth Games.
DoB1993-05-05 BirthplaceSwansea Height1.76 m (5' 9") Weight81 kg (12 st 10 lb) PositionScrum Half
Having already represented his country at the highest level with Warren Gatland's Wales, Rhodri made his debut on the World Series circuit in 2015 in round six in Hong Kong.
Alongside Luke Morgan, he finished the tournament with four tries to be the joint top-tryscorer for Wales in Hong Kong on debut.
He returned to sevens action for the final leg of the 2015/16 series in London.
DoB1991-04-02 BirthplaceBridgend Height1.83 m (6' 0") Weight86 kg (13 st 7 lb) PositionWinger
Williams comes from a family of rugby internationals, with his father Brynmor Williams, a former British and Irish Lion and Wales scrum half and his older brother, Blues and Wales scrum half, Lloyd Williams
DoB1995-01-01 BirthplaceTreorchy Height1.78 m (5' 10") Weight77 kg (12 st 1 lb) PositionScrum Half
The Wales Under 20 scrum half made his Sevens debut as a 19-year-old in the Japan leg of the 2013/14 World Series where he scored his first try against Portugal in pool play before being in the side to claim the Bowl with a hard fought victory over Scotland in the final.