Australia opened the women’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series with a perfect two days in Dubai, while South Africa’s men warmed up for their home tournament with victory at The Sevens Stadium.
We speak to the Azzurri head coach about the improvements made in a year when they beat Wales in Cardiff and lowered the colours of Australia for the first time in history.
Australia’s women and South Africa’s men back up their gold medals from last season, while New Zealand and the USA also make the podium.
Clean sweeps for France and USA in the men’s competition and for Australia, New Zealand and Ireland in the women's as the action in Dubai on day one delivers plenty of drama.
Romania’s long-time captain became the fifth player from Romania alone to reach the three-figure milestone after winning his 100th cap against Samoa in November.
Following the conclusion of Rugby World Cup 2021, we caught up with Olivier Reggiani whose project brought schoolchildren from across the globe together in support of the tournament.
The women’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2023 gets under way on 2 December as the best 12 women’s teams and 16 men’s teams in the world take to the pitch at The Sevens Stadium for what promises to be a bumper edition of the popular Emirates Dubai 7s.
Abbie Brown and Meg Jones will co-captain Great Britain at the Emirates Dubai 7s as they begin their quest for Olympic qualification.
Last season’s treble winners head to Dubai this weekend for the start of the women’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2023 confident they can step up another level.
World Rugby has outlined an exciting new framework for the future of the Sevens World Series. The remodelled Series will include seven festival style events, in seven iconic global destinations, across seven months, featuring the best 12 men’s and 12 women’s teams and is set to kick off in December 2023