2022 Rugby World Cup Sevens awarded to South Africa

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Cape Town Stadium will be the host for the 2022 Rugby World Cup Sevens tournament, with the event playing over several days in September. The men’s and women’s competition will be the eighth edition of the Sevens pinnacle event. Now balanced against the Olympics [2020] and it will occur two months after the Birmingham Commonwealth […] READ MORE





#RWC7s – Fiji chasing third World Cup title

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Fiji will be chasing their third World Cup title at the 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens (RWC7s). The current Olympic champions are overwhelming favorites to take the title. On the other hand, their women’s side Fijiana are outside contenders in the women’s draw. A side who have graduated and improved tremendously. A side who will give […] READ MORE


#RWC7s: Aussie squads full of youth, with Women’s side top contenders

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The Australian squads to feature at the 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens (RWC7s) are full of youth and experience. And while the men’s side are still trying to find their feet with a new Olympic-winning head coach Tim Walsh, the women’s side are top contenders. 16 Women’s and 24 Men’s side will compete for both titles; […] READ MORE


#RWC7s France welcomes back stars for Pinnacle Event

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Terry Bouhraoua makes a timely return from injury to lead France to the 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens (RWC7s) in San Francisco. Montserratt Amédée, who has been consistent all season, leads the women’s charge as the stars of French Rugby aim to shine at the Pinnacle Event for World Rugby. Over the last week, both sides […] READ MORE


#RWC7s – Unpredictability favors the Scottish Bravehearts

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Unpredictability favours the men from the Scottish highlands. They defied the odds by beating the best two-years-in-a-row, to take out the HSBC London 7s on the World Rugby Sevens Series. And here at the Rugby World Cup Sevens (RWC7s) tournament, fortune might favour the ‘brave’. They will be the surprise package of the 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens […] READ MORE


#RWC7s – Japan, China and Hong Kong carry Asian hopes

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Japan, China and Hong Kong will carry the hopes of the Asian Region at the 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens (RWC7s). The three-day tournament from the July 20-22 will be played at the iconic AT&T Park in San Francisco . 16 Women’s and 24 Men’s sides will compete for the coveted trophy; currently both held by New Zealand. […] READ MORE


#RWC7s – English 7s squads full of speed and experience

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English 7s squads are both full of ‘speed and experience’ to mount a formidable challenge for the 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens (RWC7s) title. As the nation who were the first winners of the Sevens World Cup in 1993, England have ‘form’ when it comes to the RWC7s. Looking to harness that success, expect the […] READ MORE