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Rugby sevens match schedule confirmed for Tokyo

Tokyo 2020 Olympic rugby sevens match schedule announced with 19 days to go to kick-off Women’s competition kicks off with France v Fiji on 29 July Women’s gold medal decided on ‘Super Saturday’ 31 July The match schedule for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic rugby sevens competition has been confirmed by Tokyo 2020 and World Rugby

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Quest for Gold Sevens – Day Two

The GB Sevens team managed a 12-12 draw in the last game they played against the USA, so can take a measure of comfort from their performances. But this finale revealed the shortcomings that still betray the effort. After going 0-7 down, Meg Jones switched back to the right where she found Emma Uren. As

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Quest for Gold Sevens – Day One

USA and GB stroll in a Los Angeles park This Quest for Gold tournament, a final preparation for the Olympics next month, has an unusual format. The first day was purely a warm-up. The serious business (points mean prizes) starts on the second day, Saturday. As feared, the competing teams in the women’s section were

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France and Russia women qualify for Tokyo Sevens

Ireland will make their Olympic debut in Tokyo after winning the men’s Repechage tournament in Monaco France and Russia’s women also book their tickets to Tokyo with victories in the qualifier finals The line-up is now complete for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic rugby sevens competition with the 12 men’s and 12 women’s teams confirmed Eagerly

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Professional Rugby Sevens

Professional Rugby Sevens comes to the USA and Canada What must be the very first 7s league in the world is due to kick off this autumn in the USA and Canada. Its organisers see it as the big opportunity to raise the profile of rugby across North America. Initially there will be six men’s

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Rugby sevens match officials unveiled for Tokyo

Squad of 22 match officials from 12 countries selected for the Olympic Games in Tokyo Inclusion of five international players who have swapped the playing shirt for the whistle, including New Zealand’s Rugby World Cup winner Selica Winiata Eight female referees including two making their second appearances at the Olympic Games Rugby sevens competition takes

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