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GB Rugby Sevens coaching structure confirmed

Great Britain Rugby Sevens have confirmed the wider coaching structure for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. James Rodwell will assist Simon Amor in the men’s programme while Charlie Hayter will work alongside women’s head coach Scott Forrest. Rodwell, the most capped rugby sevens player of all time, was a pivotal member of the Team GB

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Fiji qualify for Tokyo

Fiji became the ninth women’s team to confirm their place at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games after reaching the final of the Oceania Rugby Sevens Championship, while Australia’s men will join their women’s team in Japan after also getting the job done at the ANZ Stadium in Suva, Fiji. Fiji’s qualification route was a lot

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Pools and schedule announced for Dubai Sevens

The pools and schedule for the first combined men’s and women’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series event of the 2020 season have been announced. Held on 5-7 December, 2019, the Dubai Sevens marks the start of this season’s men’s competition as well as the race for Olympic glory as rugby sevens prepares to make its

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England finish 9th at Glendale

England finished ninth at the HSBC USA Women’s Sevens after two victories on day two of the competition. After finishing third in Pool A on Saturday, Charlie Hayter’s side secured a 34-14 victory against Brazil in their ninth place semi-final. Amy Wilson Hardy scored her first try of the weekend, Celia Quansah touched down but

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USA win season opener at HSBC USA Women’s Sevens

Hosts USA beat Australia 26-7 in Cup final HSBC USA Women’s Sevens opens this season’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series New-look world series sees women’s competition expand to eight rounds Season culminates with Tokyo 2020 Olympics World Rugby launched new ‘Women in Rugby’ brand campaign in May this year Nicole Heavirland ran in two tries

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Scotland’s Scott Forrest to be head coach of GB Women’s 7s for Tokyo

Great Britain Rugby Sevens have announced the head coaches for the men’s and women’s programmes ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Head of England Sevens Simon Amor will take the position of head coach for the men’s programme while Scotland Women’s Sevens head coach Scott Forrest will lead the women’s set-up. Amor, who has

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2019/20 England Women’s Sevens squad named

Head coach Charlie Hayter has named his England Women’s Sevens squad for the 2019/20 season. 12 of the 15-player group featured throughout 2018/19 as the side secured Olympic qualification on behalf of Great Britain in a memorable Rugby Europe qualifier in Kazan, Russia. Abbie Brown will captain the squad for a second consecutive season while

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