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  • Photo of New Zealand's Ruby Tui and Stacey Fluhler celebrating as Abbie Brown and Natasha Hunt of Team Great Britain look dejected after defeat during the Rugby Sevens on day six of the Tokyo Olympics CHOFU, JAPAN - JULY 29: Abbie Brown and Natasha Hunt of Team Great Britain look dejected after defeat as Ruby Tui of Team New Zealand and Stacey Fluhler of Team New Zealand celebrate victory in the Women’s pool A match between Team New Zealand and Team Great Britain during the Rugby Sevens on day six of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Tokyo Stadium on July 29, 2021 in Chofu, Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Dan Mullan/Getty Images)
  • Photo of Australia women celebrating winning sevens gold at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - AUGUST 08: Australia celebrate victory after winning the Women's Gold Medal Final Rugby Sevens match between Australia and New Zealand on August 8, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)
  • Rio 2016 women's final Ellia Green dives to score Australia's final try of a 24-0 victory over Spain in the first quarter-final of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August.
  • Gayle Broughton of New Zealand women's sevens team is tackled by Australia's Alicia Quirk Gayle Broughton of New Zealand is tackled by Alicia Quirk of Australia during the Women's Gold Medal Rugby Sevens match between Australia and New Zealand on Day 3 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Deodoro Stadium on August 8, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Australia women's sevens - Alicia Quirk Australia's Alicia Quirk celebrates with a supporter after victory in the womens rugby sevens gold medal match between New Zealand and Australia during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at Deodoro Stadium in Rio de Janeiro on August 8, 2016.
  • Olympic gold medal winners - Australia women's sevens Members of team Australia celebrate with their gold medals after the medal ceremony for the Women's Rugby Sevens on Day 3 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Deodoro Stadium on August 8, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Australia's Charlotte Caslick looks to make a break against New Zealand during the gold medal match on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August 8.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Gold medallists Australia celebrate after beating New Zealand 24-17 to be crowned rugby sevens' first Olympic champions at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August, 2016.
  • Rugby - Olympics: Day 3 RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - AUGUST 08: Silver medalist team New Zealand, gold medalist team Australia and bronze medalist team Canada pose for a photo after the medal ceremony for the Women's Rugby Sevens on Day 3 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Deodoro Stadium on August 8, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Olympic champions Australia pose with their gold medals following a 24-17 victory over New Zealand on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rugby - Olympics: Day 3 RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - AUGUST 08: Charlotte Caslick, Chloe Dalton and Sharni Williams of Australia celebrate victory as Niall Williams of New Zealand looks dejected after the Women's Gold Medal Final Rugby Sevens match between Australia and New Zealand on August 8, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Kayla McAlister scored twice for New Zealand in the gold medal match with Australia on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Ellia Green scores during the gold medal match with New Zealand on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August.
  • Rugby - Olympics: Day 3 RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - AUGUST 08: Team Australia celebrates winning the Gold medal while team New Zealand look dejected after the Women's Gold Medal Rugby Sevens match between Australia and New Zealand on Day 3 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Deodoro Stadium on August 8, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Emma Tonegato reaches out to score Australia's first try of the gold medal match against New Zealand on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Charlotte Caslick scores Australia's fourth try in the gold medal match victory over New Zealand on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Team Canada celebrates their victory over Great Britain to win the bronze medal on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Canada's Bianca Farella is tackled during the bronze medal match with Great Britain on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August.
  • Rugby - Olympics: Day 3 RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - AUGUST 08: Players of Canada huddle during the Women's Bronze Medal Rugby Sevens match between Canada and Great Britain on Day 3 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Deodoro Stadium on August 8, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three A scrum during the fifth place play-off between France and USA on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Fiji captain Ana Roqica looks on as Patricia Garcia looks to pass during the seventh place play-off with Spain on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Fiji's Litia Naiqato is tackled during the fifth place semi-final with USA on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Emilee Cherry scores one of her two tries in Australia's 17-5 win over Canada in the semi-finals on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Great Britain's Abbie Brown tries to shrug off the tackle of New Zealand's Tyla Nathan-Wong in their semi-final on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Canada captain Jen Kish tries to find a way through the Australia defence in their semi-final on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Portia Woodman scores one of her three tries in New Zealand's semi-final win over Great Britain in their semi-final on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August. Photo by Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Ruby Tui scores New Zealand's second try in their semi-final with Great Britain on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Canada's Karen Paquin can't stop Chloe Dalton from scoring a try for Australia in their semi-final on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three USA's Jessica Javelet passes in their fifth place semi-final with Fiji on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Amaia Erbina scores a consolation try for Spain in their fifth place semi-final with France on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Brazil's Haline Scatrut reaches for the try-line as Marie Yamaguchi (R) and Yuka Kanematsu of Japan look on in the ninth place play-off on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Luiza Campos reaches out to score for hosts Brazil in their 33-5 victory over Japan in the ninth place play-off on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day three Kenya's Janet Okelo evades the desperate tackle attempt of Khaterinne Medina in their 22-10 win over Colombia in the 11th place play-off on day three of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 8 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two New Zealand's Portia Woodman scores the only try of their quarter-final with USA on day two of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two Abbie Brown races away to score Great Britain's opening try of their quarter-final with Fiji on day two of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two Team Canada celebrates after defeating France in the quarter-finals on day two of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two Kayla Moleschi (R) celebrates with Ghislaine Landry, who scored the final try that made certain of Canada's place in the semi-finals with a 15-5 defeat of France on day two of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two Canada's Ghislaine Landry can't stop Jade le Pesq from scoring the opening try in their quarter-final with France on day two of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two Ellia Green dives to score Australia's final try of a 24-0 victory over Spain in the first quarter-final of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two Australia's Chloe Dalton is tackled by Vanessa Rial on day two of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two Brazil's Tais Balconi carries the ball under pressure from Khaterinne Medina of Colombia during their ninth place semi-final on day two of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two Japan's Marie Yamaguchi dives to score during their ninth place semi-final with Kenya on day two of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two Colombia's Khaterinne Medina is tackled by Amanda Araujo of Brazil during their ninth place semi-final on day two of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August.
  • Rugby - Olympics: Day 2 RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - AUGUST 07: Charlotte Caslick of Australia looks on during the Women's Pool A rugby match against the United States on Day 2 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at Deodoro Stadium on August 7, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two Emma Tonegato stretches out to score a try at the death as Australia fought back for a 12-12 draw against the USA on day two of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two A fantastic try-saving tackle from Charlotte Caslick denied Victoria Folayan a breakaway try for the USA in the final pool match on day two of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two The two teams huddle on the halfway line prior to the Pool A match between Fiji and Colombia on day two of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two Fiji's Viniana Riwai dots down for a try in the 36-0 win over Colombia goes over for a try on day two of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two Brazil fans celebrate after the hosts beat Japan 26-7 on day two of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two Amy Wilson-Hardy of Great Britain makes a break to score a try against Canada on day two of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two Portia Woodman bursts through French tacklers to score her fifth try of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games as New Zealand won 26-7 to finish top of Pool B at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two Marie Yamaguchi scored one of Japan's tries in their 26-10 loss to hosts Brazil on day two of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two France's Camille Grassineau dives over for a try against New Zealand on day two of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two Mariano Bravo scored two second-half tries to ensure Spain picked up their first Olympic victory, 19-10 over Kenya, on day two of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day two Doreen Nziwa scores a try for Kenya in their Pool B match with Spain on day two of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 7 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one Ellia Green manages to touch down for Australia under pressure from Fiji's Raijieli Daveua on day one of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 6 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one Australia's Chloe Dalton makes a break against Fiji on day one of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 6 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one USA's Kathryn Johnson runs in a try during their match with Colombia on day one of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 6 August. Photo by Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one Canada's Bianca Farella scores one of her two tries against hosts Brazil on day one of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Deodoro Stadium on 6 August. Photo by Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one Heather Fisher breaks through to score a try for Great Britain during their match with Japan on day one of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Deodoro Stadium on 6 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one Japan's Marie Yamaguchi is tackled by Danielle Waterman during their Pool C match with Great Britain on day one of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Deodoro Stadium on 6 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one New Zealand's Kayla McAlister marked her 28th birthday with a second try-double, this time against Spain, on day one of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Deodoro Stadium on 6 August. Photo by Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one Tyla Nathan-Wong scores for New Zealand in their defeat of Spain on day one of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Deodoro Stadium on 6 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one Playmaker Charlotte Caslick was a standout player for Australia in their opening match against Colombia, scoring a hat-trick in the 53-0 victory on day one of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one Viniana Riwai races away to score one of Fiji's tries in their 12-7 win over USA on day one of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Deodoro Stadium on 6 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one Alev Kelter dots down the USA's try in their 12-7 loss to Fiji on day one of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 6 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one France's Jade le Pesq scores a try during their Pool B match with Kenya in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 6 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one Emma Tonegato was one of Australia's try-scorers in their 53-0 win over Colombia on day one of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's sevens competition at the Deodoro Stadium on 6 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one Canada's Brittany Benn breaks through the tackle of Makiko Tomita in their Pool C match with Japan on day one of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Deodoro Stadium on 6 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one Edna Santini tries to find a way through the Great Britain defence for hosts Brazil on day one of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Deodoro Stadium on 6 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one Kayla McAlister races away to score a try in New Zealand's opening 52-0 win over Kenya on day one of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Deodoro Stadium on 6 August.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one Team GB's Joanne Watmore races clear to score her side's opening try in the 29-3 win over hosts Brazil on day one of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games on 6 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one Portia Woodman scores one of her three tries in New Zealand's 52-0 defeat of Kenya at the Deodoro Stadium on day one of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games on 6 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one New Zealand captain Sarah Goss is tackled by Philadelphia Olando during their Pool B match on day one of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Deodoro Stadium on 6 August. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one New Zealand flyer Portia Woodman scored the first hat-trick at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in her side's 52-0 win over Kenya in Pool B at the Deodoro Stadium on 6 August, 2016.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one Lina Guerin scores France's second try in a 24-7 victory over Spain in the first ever women's sevens match at the Olympic Games, played at the Deodoro Stadium on 6 August, 2016. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens day one France's Camille Grassineau scores the first ever rugby sevens try at the Olympic Games in her side's win over Spain at the Deodoro Stadium on 6 August, 2016. Photo: Dan Mullan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Keep Rugby Clean Ambassadors World Rugby's latest Keep Rugby Clean Ambassadors Ed Jenkins and Emily Scarratt in Rio ahead of the Olympic Games.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens captains The 12 team captains come together at the Olympic Village ahead of the Rio 2016 women's sevens competition. L-R: Emily Scarratt (GBR), Kelly Griffin (USA), Fanny Horta (FRA), Alejandra Betancur (COL), Ana Roqica (FJI), Sharni Williams (AUS), Sarah Goss (NZL), Paula Ishibashi (BRA), Jen Kish (CAN), Catherine Abilla (KEN), Chiharu Nakamura (JPN) and Elisabet Martinez (ESP). Photo: Dan Mullan / World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Women's sevens captains The 12 team captains come together at the Olympic Village ahead of the Rio 2016 women's sevens competition. L-R: Emily Scarratt (GBR), Kelly Griffin (USA), Fanny Horta (FRA), Alejandra Betancur (COL), Ana Roqica (FJI), Sharni Williams (AUS), Sarah Goss (NZL), Paula Ishibashi (BRA), Jen Kish (CAN), Catherine Abilla (KEN), Chiharu Nakamura (JPN) and Elisabet Martinez (ESP). Photo: Dan Mullan / World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Match ball The official match ball is displayed near the Olympic Rings during the women's sevens captains' photocall in the Rio 2016 Olympic Village on 4 August, 2016. Photo: Dan Mullan / World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Rio 2016: Captains photo The official match ball is displayed near the Olympic Rings during the women's sevens captains photocall in the Olympic Village in Rio on 4 August, 2016. Photo: Dan Mullan / World Rugby via Getty Images.
  • Baby Futuro Beatriz 'Baby' Futuro in the athletes' village at Rio 2016.
  • Baby Futuro Beatriz 'Baby' Futuro in the athletes' village at Rio 2016.
  • Rio 2016 rugby posts The posts are erected at the Deodoro Stadium ahead of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
  • Deodoro Stadium, Rio The posts have been erected ahead of rugby's return to the Olympic Games in Rio.
  • Australian Olympic squad announcement The Australia women's squad who will bid to the first rugby sevens Olympic gold medal at Rio 2016.
  • Australian Olympic Games Rugby Sevens Team Announcement Players from the Australian Women's and Men's Sevens Rugby Teams pose during the Australian Olympic Games rugby sevens team announcement at Museum of Contemporary Art on July 14, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Brendon Thorne/Getty Images)
  • Rio 2016 match ball The ball for rugby sevens' debut at the Olympic Games has been unveiled on Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro.
  • Rio 2016 match ball The ball for rugby sevens' debut at the Olympic Games has been unveiled on Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro.
  • Brazil women 'See you in Rio' Brazil's women look forward to welcoming the world to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in August.