France are through to the rugby sevens tournament at Tokyo 2020 ©Getty Images

France and Russia's women, and Ireland's men, claimed the three available places in the rugby sevens tournaments at Tokyo 2020 at the Olympic repechage tournament in Monaco.

The line-up for the rugby sevens events at the delayed Games in the Japanese capital is now complete following the conclusion of the qualifier today.

France and Russia clinched the two spots in the women's event at Tokyo 2020 with convincing victories over Hong Kong and Kazakhstan, respectively.

France thrashed Hong Kong 51-0, while Russia were also in superb form as they beat Kazakhstan 38-0.

Russia will participate at Tokyo 2020 under the name "ROC" because of sanctions imposed on the country as punishment for the state-sponsored doping scandal.

France and the ROC team will join reigning Olympic champions Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Fiji, Britain, Japan, Kenya, New Zealand and the United States at Tokyo 2020.

Ireland denied France further success at Stade Louis II as they won the men's qualifier final.

The Irish recorded a 28-19 triumph to ensure they will compete in their first Olympic rugby sevens tournament after missing out when the sport made its debut at the Games at Rio 2016.

Argentina, Australia, Canada, Rio 2016 gold medallists Fiji, Britain, Japan, Kenya, South Korea, New Zealand, South Africa and the US have also qualified for the men's competition at Tokyo 2020.

Rugby sevens matches at the Games, pushed back to 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, are due to be held at the Tokyo Stadium from July 26 to 31.