Luciano Daniel González Rizzoni is an Argentine rugby union player known for his achievements in rugby sevens. He was born on April 10, 1997, in La Rioja, Argentina. González has made significant contributions to the Argentina national rugby sevens team, showcasing his talent and skill on various occasions.
González achieved a notable feat by winning the gold medal at the 2019 Pan American Games held in Lima, Peru. His exceptional performance and contributions were instrumental in Argentina's success at the tournament. He further solidified his status as a top rugby sevens player by being named in the Argentina squad for the Rugby sevens at the 2020 Summer Olympics.
Continuing his impressive form, González was recognized for his outstanding performances in the HSBC Sevens Series. In both the 2021-22 and 2022-23 seasons, he was selected for the HSBC Sevens Series Dream Team, which honors the top players in the tournament.
González's talent and dedication were evident in his participation in the 2022 Rugby World Cup Sevens held in Cape Town. Representing Argentina, he showcased his skills on the global stage, contributing to the team's efforts.
In 2023, González reached a significant milestone by scoring his hundredth try for the Argentine 7s team. This accomplishment further solidifies his status as a prolific scorer and highlights his impact on the team.
As of May 22, 2023, González has an impressive record, having played in 249 matches and scored 118 tries for Argentina at the World Rugby Sevens Series. His consistent performances and ability to find the try line have made him a valuable asset to the national team.
In his personal life, González's dedication to rugby is evident in his commitment to training. He would wake up early in the morning, as early as five o'clock, to train in La Tablada, Argentina. This dedication and work ethic have contributed to his success as a rugby sevens player.
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|2023 - present|
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