Mark Bennett In Rio Olympics With Rugby Sevens

The Scotland rugby player Mark Bennett has made a decision of chasing his Olympic dream instead of going on tour with his Scotland team to Japan.

He was to play tests back to back in the Far East, but he has got the permission to back out from Squad by the head coach Vern Cotter in order to be a part of the rugby sevens for Rio Olympics. Mark Bennett, a successful player of rugby sevens has played for Scotland. He has taken part in 5 matches of Scotland in Six Nations Championship match which was held in the year 2015.

Bennett is all set to prepare himself for the Rio Olympics now that he has been selected to be a part of the rugby sevens team. Rugby sevens will be performing for the first time in the Rio Olympic Games 2016. The head coach of Scotland rugby team Vern Cotter has said that it’s a good opportunity for Mark Bennett as it was something that he wanted to do it and hence the Scotland team did not object to this and let him go. Cotter also said that it was one of the biggest dreams of Mark Bennett to take part in Rio Olympics and it is indeed a great opportunity to show his best performance. Bennett has moved out of Scotland for Rio Olympics with the blessings of Cotter as he always knew how much playing in Olympics meant to Bennett.

Mark Bennett has high regards as per the Scotland coach and he is quite confident that Bennett will not disappoint his fans and give in his best to achieve victory. He is one of the strongest players who will certainly not accept defeat and make it to top. Bennett has been putting his great efforts through practices and following a rigorous fitness routine.