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“With our city’s desire to connect and celebrate together, and the unique international flair demonstrated worldwide at tournaments like the Hong Kong Sevens and Dubai Sevens we are confident this event will be 48 hours of world class sport paired with world class fun.” World Rugby is expected to announce the full ten-stop tour schedule for the 2015-16 HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series soon, in anticipation of the season kick off in October 2015.Six nations have qualified for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games to-date, including top four finishers from the 2014-15 HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series Fiji, South Africa, New Zealand and Great Britain.
The World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series is showcased at Westhills Stadium in Langford, British Columbia in April each year beginning in 2015, and the men’s World Rugby Sevens Series is set to descend upon BC Place Stadium in Vancouver beginning in March 2016. ABOUT HSBC WORLD RUGBY SEVENS SERIES Rugby Sevens continues to grow in popularity and the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series has developed extensively since its formation in 1999.
“While traditional suites are already spoken for, we look forward to introducing many other premium options and are confident there is something for everyone, from high-end club seats, to field-side loge seats, to general admission.” Sevens rugby is distinctly different from traditional fifteen-a-side rugby – with games lasting only fourteen minutes and the field covered by less than half as many athletes, anything can happen in each lightening quick bout.
Touted as one of the most exciting new sports on the market, rugby sevens is set to debut on the Olympic schedule in Rio 2016.
Such growth and global development was underlined by the inclusion of Rugby Sevens in the 20 Olympic Games, and as a result the 2015-16 season will see increased coverage and promotion of Rugby Sevens ahead of its Olympic debut.
The Sevens Series, previously known as the IRB Sevens World Series, consists of ten tournaments held around the world, in which national Sevens teams compete for Series points at each round, with winners in the Cup, Plate, Bowl and Shield crowned at each location.
As a regular on the IRB Sevens Circuit, Canada continues to climb the world rankings and challenge the dominant rugby nations in both versions of the game.