Canada will play in the consolation bracket at the men’s World Rugby Sevens event in London following their 29-14 loss to the U.S. in the Cup quarter-finals.
Perry Baker and Matai Leuta scored tries for the Americans as they took a 17-0 lead into halftime.
Baker added another for a 24-0 lead before Canada got on the board with back-to-back tries from Nathan Hirayama and Admir Cejvanovic.
Speedster Kevon Williams put the exclamation mark on the American win with a try on the final play of the game.
Canada will now face Ireland in the fifth-place playoff semifinals, while the U.S. moves on to face Fiji in the Cup semis.
Australia will face France in the other Cup semifinal.