The HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series returns with the first of two rounds taking place in Vancouver this weekend.
We pay tribute to the male and female players that said ‘Sayonara’ to the sport after competing in Tokyo.
With excitement building ahead of the return of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, we pick out some players who have the potential to make everybody sit up and take notice over the next fortnight.
We spoke to Rugby Africa Women’s Rugby Manager, Maha Zaoui about the new sports management programme, which aims to inspire growth in female participation across the continent.
Tackle coaching in rugby is set to be transformed with the global launch of Tackle Ready, which aims to reduce the risk of head injury at all levels of the sport by improving technique.
Sixteen of the best men’s and women’s sevens teams will compete in Vancouver and Edmonton this month as the most athletic, exciting and unpredictable sport on the planet makes its comeback.
Twelve-team HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series men’s event will take place alongside a women’s Fast Four tournament at BC Place in Vancouver on 18-19 September
International rugby sevens returns this month with back-to-back HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series tournaments in Vancouver and Edmonton and Blitzboks star JC Pretorius cannot wait.
More than 300 million people worldwide currently live with some form of colour vision deficiency and World Rugby is committed to ensuring they can enjoy the game at all levels.
Following its successful second Olympic appearance in Tokyo, men’s and women’s international rugby sevens returns with HSBC Canada Sevens events in Vancouver and Edmonton in September.