Domingo Miotti is an Argentine rugby union player known for his exceptional skills, pace, and rugby intelligence. With a brilliant understanding of the game, Miotti is considered one of rugby's brightest prospects.
Miotti rose to prominence during the 2016 World Under-20s Championship, where he showcased his tactical control and accurate kicking, helping the Pumitas achieve their best-ever finish at the time, securing third place. Unfortunately, his early career faced roadblocks when he suffered a ruptured cruciate ligament, sidelining him for nine months.
After recovering from his injury, Miotti patiently waited for his opportunity and earned a place in the Jaguares' pre-season squad leading up to the 2019 season. Despite stiff competition, he made his mark in round 8 of Super Rugby. In a remarkable debut, he came off the bench and almost single-handedly secured a victory for the Jaguares with two tries and a conversion in three minutes. This performance led to further opportunities, including a role in the Jaguares' first-ever Super Rugby Final in 2019.
Miotti made his international debut for Argentina in the 2020 Tri Nations, coming off the bench in a draw against Australia. He has represented Argentina at the 'A' and U20 levels, as well as participating in the 2016 World Rugby 7s Series.
Miotti signed with the Melbourne Rebels for the 2021 Super Rugby season before joining the Glasgow Warriors in March 2021. He made his club debut for the Warriors in December 2021, contributing to a victory over the Dragons. Prior to his move to the Warriors, Miotti had an impressive stint with the Western Force in Super Rugby AU.
Miotti possesses proficiency from the tee, smart distribution skills, and an intelligent running game. His slick skills, pace, and rugby intelligence make him a dynamic player on the field.
Guided Argentina Under-20 team to a third-place finish in the 2016 World Under-20s Championship.
Played a crucial role in the Jaguares' run to the 2019 Super Rugby Final.
Made international debut for Argentina in the 2020 Rugby Championship.
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|2023 - present
|2015 - 2015
|2016 - 2017
|2019 - 2020
|2021 - 2021
|2019 - 2022
|2020 - 2023
|2021 - 2023