RIO DE JANEIRO -- Pairings are set for the first Olympic rugby competition in 92 years with the draw on Tuesday placing favorites New Zealand, Fiji and South Africa in different groups in the men's tournament.
The rugby sevens event at the Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro will be played Aug. 6-11.
Group A of the men's tournament is made up of Fiji, the United States, Argentina and Brazil. Group B has South Africa, Australia, France and Spain. New Zealand leads Group C, which also includes Britain, Kenya and Japan.
The women's tournament will also be split into three groups and played over the same dates.
Group A has Australia, the United States, Fiji and Colombia. Group B includes New Zealand, France, Spain and Kenya. Hosts Brazil will be in Group C with Britain, Canada and Japan.