Olympic Rugby: Schedule confirmed for Tokyo 2020 Games Rugby Sevens

The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games arranging board has declared session times for the people’s rugby sevens rivalries. As recently declared, the sevens will occur at the notorious Tokyo Stadium, a Rugby World Cup 2019 host setting, from July 27 – August 1.

In an invert to the Rio 2016 calendar, the men’s opposition will be played first more than three days from July 27-29 with the ladies’ opposition occurring from July 31 – August 1 and coming full circle with the gold award session on ‘Super Saturday’. Olympic Fans who want to watch the live competition of Olympic Rugby can get Olympic Rugby Tickets online.

Olympic Rugby: Schedule confirmed for Tokyo 2020 Games Rugby Sevens

The sorting out board of trustees has affirmed that there will be two sessions on every challenge day. The morning session will commence at 9 AM JST and kept running until 12 PM JST and the night session will start at 4:30 PM and finish at 7 PM. The award matches will happen at night sessions.

Rugby sevens was a feature of a stupendous Rio 2016 Olympic Games on presentation, with Australia’s ladies and Fiji’s men winning gold awards – the primary Olympic rugby decorations since 1924 when the United States vanquished France to wind up Olympic Champions.

Olympic Rugby: Schedule confirmed for Tokyo 2020 Games Rugby Sevens

The declaration of the timetable comes as the race to tie down a pass to Tokyo 2020 proceeds through the stunning and profoundly focused people’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, with the best four countries from every challenge set to qualify.

World Rugby Chairman Sir Bill Beaumont stated: “The declaration of the session times for the Olympic Games rugby sevens occasions denotes another energizing achievement headed straight toward Tokyo 2020.

“It is the minute when fans can really begin to design. With an eminent scene, the desire for tremendously aggressive occasions and the world’s best players on show, we are foreseeing sevens to be amazingly well known with fans in Japan.”An activity stuffed Tokyo 2020 program will highlight a record 33 games and 339 occasions and will keep running from 24 July-9 August.

Olympic Rugby: Schedule confirmed for Tokyo 2020 Games Rugby Sevens

Tokyo 2020 adopted a comprehensive strategy when gathering the timetable, considering the specialized standards and guidelines of the different universal alliances, sex balance, competitors’ involvement and prosperity, the prevalence of individual games in Japan, worldwide TV crowds and operational contemplation.

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Olympic Rugby: World Rugby and IOC Confirm Tokyo Olympic 2020 Rugby Sevens Qualification Process

World Rugby and the International Olympic 2020 Committee have confirmed the qualification process for the men’s and women’s rugby sevens tournaments at Tokyo 2020.

A total of 12 rugby teams will compete in each event at the Games in the Japanese capital, where rugby sevens will make its second appearance on the Olympic programme following a successful debut at Rio 2016 where Fiji won the men’s tournament and Australia the women’s. Olympic Fans who want to watch the live competition of Olympic Rugby can get Olympic Rugby Tickets online.

Olympic Rugby: World Rugby and IOC Confirm Tokyo Olympic 2020 Rugby Sevens Qualification Process

Japan have qualified automatically for the men’s and women’s competitions, leaving 11 places up for grabs in both tournaments. The top four teams in the men’s and women’s at the end of the 2019 World Rugby Sevens Series will automatically secure a place at Tokyo 2020.An additional six teams will join them through the regional association Olympic 2020 qualification tournaments.

These are due toss be held in Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, Oceania and South America from June to December next year, with the top-ranked team sealing their Olympic berth.

Olympic Rugby: World Rugby and IOC Confirm Tokyo Olympic 2020 Rugby Sevens Qualification Process

Teams who miss out by either of these two methods will have a final chance to book their Tokyo 2020 ticket at the Olympic repechage event, featuring 12 countries. The next two highest ranked teams based on 2019 regional qualification rankings from each region will be invited to take part. The rugby sevens competitions at Tokyo 2020 is scheduled to be held from July 27 to August 1 at Tokyo Stadium.

“Rugby sevens’ inclusion in the Olympic Games has had a profound effect on the growth of the sport at all levels,” said World Rugby chairman Bill Beaumont.

Olympic Rugby: World Rugby and IOC Confirm Tokyo Olympic 2020 Rugby Sevens Qualification Process

As we enter another Olympic 2020 qualifying cycle, teams have everything to play for. We are anticipating another thrilling HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series and also expect the regional association qualification tournaments to be highly competitive.

“We look forward to following the fast-paced rugby sevens action across the season ahead as teams come within touching distance of Tokyo 2020 and securing another chance of Olympic glory.”

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Tokyo 2020: Olympians ready to make Rugby World Cup history

A host of Olympians are set to take the field at the Rugby World Cup in Japan helping to enhance the reputation of the contracted form of the game. A total of 18 players from nine nations will be on show over the next six weeks of competition. Olympic Fans who want to watch the live competition of Olympic Rugby can get Olympic Rugby Tickets online.

Rugby sevens made its Olympic 2020 Summer Games debut at Rio 2016 with Fiji proving too strong for Great Britain to take gold-winning 43-7 in the final. The sport is consistently improving thanks to increased competition and revenue and experience at the Rugby World Cup will undoubtedly help player development.

Tokyo 2020: Olympians ready to make Rugby World Cup history
Tokyo 2020: Olympians ready to make Rugby World Cup history

Of the 18, eight are Olympic medalists, including four Fijians: Leone Nakarawa Viliame Mata Josua Tuisova and Semi Kunatani. Two Britain silver medalists Ruaridh McConnochie and James Davies, who will represent England and Wales, respectively in Japan, and bronze medalists Chelsin Kolbe and Kwagga Smith from South Africa, complete the line-up of Olympic medal winners.

Also on the roster of Olympians is New Zealand’s Rugby World Cup winner Sonny Bill Williams and All Blacks teammate Reiko Ione who was named World Rugby Breakthrough Player of the Year in 2017.

Host nation Japan includes three Olympians from the team who finished an impressive fourth in Rio 2016 and Argentina, France and the United States have also selected Olympians in their World Cup squads. Fiji captain Leone Nakarawa is relishing the transference of skills.

“Fifteen is more about power and endurance, so repeatedly getting tackled and getting up again,” said Nakarawa who will be competing at his third Rugby World Cup.  But the fitness and strength you get from sevens really helps.  Because of that you never feel tired out there.”

Tokyo 2020: Olympians ready to make Rugby World Cup history
Tokyo 2020: Olympians ready to make Rugby World Cup history

Great Britain is looking to go one better than silver in Tokyo Olympic 2020but McConnochie is fully focused on the challenge right in front of him.

“The Olympics was incredible and I never thought I would be here in a national 15s side at the Rugby World Cup,” he said. Going into Rio we knew it would be pretty chaotic. It is good to embrace that chaos and carnage and know that it is not always going to be perfect and it is how you react and overcome that.”

Qualification is already underway for the Tokyo Olympic 2020 sevens tournament.

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Tokyo 2020: Dream start for hosts Japan at Rugby World Cup

Tokyo set to host two of the world’s biggest sporting events the Rugby World Cup and the Olympic 2020 Summer Games Japan’s capital is making final preparations for the global spotlight.

Tourism in Tokyo is already booming. Annual foreign visitor arrivals to Japan trebled in the years from 2013 to 2018 to over 31 million with around 10 million stopping in Tokyo. That’s supposed to top 40 million in Olympic 2020. Olympic Fans who want to watch the live competition of Olympic Rugby can get Olympic Rugby Tickets online.

The city’s Olympic readiness will get a test run when the Rugby World Cup kicks off on September 20 at Tokyo Stadium. Matches will be held in 12 Japanese cities and around 600,000 international rugby fans are expected to descend on the country, taking one-third of tickets.

It was a perfect start for Japan at their home Rugby World Cup, defeating Russia 30-10 in the first game of the tournament in Pool A.  A stunning Opening Ceremony at Tokyo Stadium, with on-pitch light show, a model of Mount Fiji and former New Zealand captain Richie McCaw hoisting the trophy aloft welcomed around 50,000 spectators to the first Rugby World Cup in Asia.

Japan, ranked 10th in the world, was hot favorites against the 20th-ranked Russians, but it was the minnows that made the better start.  Within just six minutes of referee Nigel Owens’ first whistle, Russia’s winger Kirill Golosnitsky took advantage of a mistake by Japan fullback William Tupou to score the opening try.

The conversion was landed by Yury Kushnarev and very quickly the hosts were 7-0 down. But it didn’t take long for Japan to hit back, as outside-center Timothy Lafaele delivered a sumptuous no-look pass to Kotaro Matsushima who went over for the five-pointer. 

After a frenetic opening, play gradually began to settle down, although handling errors were commonplace. As the game approached half-time, Japan increased the pressure and was unlucky when Matsushima just failed to ground a chance in the corner. But a couple of minutes later he made no mistake for his second try and the conversion gave Japan a 12-7 half-time advantage. 

The crucial score came within seven minutes of the restart as flanker Pieter Labuschagne broke through a tired-looking Russia defense and sent the crowd into raptures with Japan’s third try.

Tokyo 2020: Dream start for hosts Japan at Rugby World Cup
Tokyo 2020: Dream start for hosts Japan at Rugby World Cup

Penalties were exchanged before Matsushima put the icing on the Japanese cake, rounding off his hat-trick with a clinical right-wing finish and delivering a bonus-point fourth try. 

With Ireland, Scotland and Samoa also in Group A, Japan are still outsiders to qualify for the quarter-finals as a top-two finisher, but couldn’t have asked for a more perfect opening 80 minutes.

Tomorrow’s games are sure to ignite the tournament with Australia first up against the talented Fijians France playing Argentina, and the undoubted game of the weekend New Zealand versus South Africa. 

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All Blacks refuse a chance to play for New Zealand at Tokyo Olympics 2020

New Zealand Rugby’s head show high-performance Mike Anthony has exposed that star players from the country’s All Blacks squad turned down the chance to be part of the Tokyo Olympics 2020 sevens team. Fans who want to watch the live competition of Olympic Rugby can get Olympic Rugby Tickets online.

No players from the All Blacks the back-to-back Rugby World Cup winners have been released from their clubs to play in the sport’s smaller format in the run-up to the Olympic Games. Players were approached from September but Anthony said all had declined.

All Blacks refuse a chance to play for New Zealand at Tokyo Olympics 2020
All Blacks refuse a chance to play for New Zealand at Tokyo Olympics 2020

“A number of them ruled themselves out when we got responses either from the players or their agents he said to Stuff which speculated that Rieko Ioane, Sevu Reece, and George Bridge were likely among those contacted. At the end of the day, those players have made a decision that they want to focus their energy elsewhere, given the challenges at the end of the year and coaching and so on. They have made that choice pretty early on in the process.  So they let us know which allowed us to focus on the group that was keen to be a part of it.”

Four players have been released from their Super Rugby club sides to join the sevens preparations Caleb Clarke, Etene Nanai-Seturo, Salesi Rayasi, and Scott Gregory. World Cup winner Sonny Bill Williams was the only All Black to appear in New Zealand’s sevens team when the format made its Olympic debut at Rio 2016.

All Blacks refuse a chance to play for New Zealand at Tokyo Olympics 2020
All Blacks refuse a chance to play for New Zealand at Tokyo Olympics 2020

The Kiwis had a disappointing tournament as they lost in the quarter-finals to eventual champions Fiji, with Williams rupturing his Achilles in their opening game against Japan and missing the rest of the Games. According to Reuters, Coach Gordon Tietjens later claimed that pressure had been placed on top players to not make themselves available.

He said he felt he had lost the support of New Zealand Rugby. New Zealand’s men and women won the Commonwealth Games rugby sevens titles in Gold Coast last year.

The men qualified for Tokyo Olympics 2020 after finishing third behind Fiji and United States in the 2018-2019 World Rugby Seven Series. The All Blacks are currently preparing for their World Cup title defense which begins in Japan next month.

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All Blacks disapprove chance to play for New Zealand at Tokyo Olympics 2020

New Zealand Rugby’s head of high-performance Mike Anthony has revealed that star players from the country’s All Blacks squad turned down the chance to be part of the Tokyo Olympics 2020 sevens team.

No players from the All Blacks the back-to-back Rugby World Cup winners have been released from their clubs to play in the sport’s smaller format in the run-up to the Olympic Games. Players were approached from September but Anthony said all had declined. Fans who want to watch the live-action of Olympic Rugby in Olympic 2020 can get Olympic Rugby Tickets online.

All Blacks disapprove chance to play for New Zealand at Tokyo Olympics 2020

“A number of them ruled themselves out when we got responses either from the players or their agents he said to Stuff which speculated that Rieko Ioane, Sevu Reece, and George Bridge were likely among those contacted. At the end of the day those players have made a decision that they want to focus their energy elsewhere, given the challenges at the end of the year and coaching and so on. They have made that choice pretty early on in the process. So they let us know which allowed us to focus on the group that was keen to be a part of it.”

Four players have been released from their Super Rugby club sides to join the sevens preparations Caleb Clarke, Etene Nanai-Seturo, Salesi Rayasi, and Scott Gregory. World Cup winner Sonny Bill Williams was the only All Black to appear in New Zealand’s sevens team when the format made its Olympic debut at Rio 2016.

All Blacks disapprove chance to play for New Zealand at Tokyo Olympics 2020

The Kiwis had a disappointing tournament as they lost in the quarter-finals to eventual champions Fiji, with Williams rupturing his Achilles in their opening game against Japan and missing the rest of the Games. According to Reuters, Coach Gordon Tietjens later claimed that pressure had been placed on top players to not make themselves available.

New Zealand’s men and women won the Commonwealth Games rugby sevens titles in Gold Coast last year. The men qualified for Tokyo Olympics 2020 after finishing third behind Fiji and United States, in the 2018-2019 World Rugby Seven Series.  The All Blacks are currently preparing for their World Cup title defense which begins in Japan next month.

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Europe’s best target to Tokyo Olympics 2020 qualification

Seventeen different nations will contest the Rugby Europe regional qualifiers for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Games in France and Russia this weekend with the women’s event to the most competitive of all. Fans who want to watch the live competition of Olympics Rugby can get Olympics Rugby Tickets online.

All eyes will be on Kazan and Colomiers this weekend as the best teams in Europe converge on the Russian and French cities to battle for the men’s and women’s regional qualifiers for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Games. The women’s competition is a mouth-watering prospect, featuring the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series in France, England, Russia, Ireland, and Spain.

Europe's best target to Tokyo Olympics 2020 qualification
Europe’s best target to Tokyo Olympics 2020 qualification

This year’s Olympics Games will be held for the first time in the world. The Olympic Games will be competing for the first time in the world. France are the first seeds of the first round of the Rugby Europe Women’s Sevens Grand Prix series on home soil in Marcoussis last month, and will be favorites to win the title and book their ticket to the Olympic Games just as they did four years ago when they beat Spain 20-0 in the final in the race to Rio 2016. Spain would later join the winners of the global repackage in Dublin.

Courteix said. “Spain, Russia, England, Ireland we are one of the five favorites to qualify for Tokyo 2020. But what’s exciting is that we must play with our head on every game it’s a bit like walking on a wire.”

Europe's best target to Tokyo Olympics 2020 qualification
Europe’s best target to Tokyo Olympics 2020 qualification

“It’s pretty exciting at this level to tell you that in every match you play for your future. But what is so challenging is that the two teams will definitely be eliminated from the Tokyo Games two teams of high quality. We are super motivated fully striving towards the goal and we will give everything to get there. To qualify for the Olympics in sevens today is a real performance qualifying would give a particular flavor to three years of intense work. “

Courteix has named a strong squad for Kazan, picking many of his sevens stalwarts in captain Fanny Horta, HSBC Dream Team member Anne-Cecile Ciofani, Chloe Pelle, Camille Grassineau pictured and Shannon Izar for a tournament that sees them, as top seeds, drawn in the easiest pool on paper with Poland Italy and Moldova.

Pool B features Russia, the runners-up in Marcoussis along with England, Germany, and Sweden while Spain and Ireland are joined by Romania and Czechia in Pool C with the top two in each pool and the two best third-placed teams to progress to the quarter-finals on Sunday.

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World Rugby celebrates one year to Tokyo Olympic Games 2020

July 2019 marks closely one year until the start of Tokyo Olympic 2020 where rugby sevens are set to make its second entrance at an Olympic Games after its debut at Rio 2016. Fans who want to watch the live-action of Olympic Rugby can get Olympic Rugby Tickets online.

Taking place at the Tokyo Rugby Stadium the same venue that will host some of the largest Rugby World Cup 2019 matches the men’s competition will run from 27-29 July with the women’s being held 30 July.

The high-octane spectacle that is rugby sevens will be performed by the world’s top athletes on the game’s greatest stage in Tokyo taking the sport to new fans across the globe.

World Rugby celebrates one year to Tokyo Olympic Games 2020
World Rugby celebrates one year to Tokyo Olympic Games 2020

Rugby returned to the Olympic program in Rio 2016 when the sevens format provided a captivating showcase for the game that saw its fan base increase by almost 17 million in 6 key territories with Tokyo Olympic 2020 predictable to unearth an estimated 30 million new fans worldwide Nielsen.

World Rugby Chairman Sir Bill Beaumont said. Just over one month ago we concluded a record-breaking season on the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series and today we celebrate exactly one year until Tokyo Summer Games 2020 where rugby sevens will make its second appearance in the Olympic Games program this is a very thrilling time for our sport.

“After the incredible success of Rio 2016, which saw rugby sevens win the hearts of millions of new fans worldwide we are confident that Tokyo will be an excellent platform to showcase our sport and inspire many more to take up playing or watching the unique game of sevens.

We are both excited and honored that rugby sevens will return to the biggest stage in a sport where spectators will witness the players’ immense talent and athleticism over six action-packed days.”

World Rugby celebrates one year to Tokyo Olympic Games 2020
World Rugby celebrates one year to Tokyo Olympic Games 2020

Fifteen teams eight men’s and seven women’s have so far qualified for Tokyo 2020 in what has been a huge competition season for sevens. This year’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series acted as the principal route for qualification with the men’s and women’s teams finishing in the top four earning automatic qualification.

Regional qualification tournaments have also taken place in South America North America and Europe with events for Africa, Oceania and Asia set to take place over the course of October and November 2019.

The last chance for teams to fight for their spot at Tokyo Summer Games 2020 will be at the World Rugby Olympic Repackage tournament which is set to take place next year.

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Olympic 2020: Sharni Williams think they’ll celebrate their win for years

Australia Rugby co-captain Sharni Williams will never forget the amazing feeling of winning rugby sevens gold at Rio 2016 and would love to defend their Olympic 2020 title when the Tokyo Olympic 2020 women’s sevens competition kicks off in a year’s time.

In 12 months’ time periods Australia co-captain Sharni Williams will confidence to lead her nation out at Tokyo Rugby Stadium when the women’s rugby sevens competition gets underway at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Fans who want to watch the live-action of Olympic Rugby in Olympic 2020 can get Olympic Rugby Tickets online.

Williams and her Australian teammates wrote their names into the history books on 8 August 2016 as rugby sevens’ first Olympic gold medalists at Rio 2016 in Brazil day the former car mechanic will never forget.

Olympic 2020: Sharni Williams think they'll celebrate their win for years
Olympic 2020: Sharni Williams think they’ll celebrate their win for years

No one can take that moment away from us Williams told World Rugby after Australia confirmed their place at Tokyo 2020 with a 4 place finish on the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series 2019.

“It was a phenomenal day for us, we’d planned it day in day out and four years we’d been waiting for it and to be able to play for your country along with other sports was a totally amazing feeling. I think we’ll continue to celebrate it years from now.”

DEFENCE THE TARGET

Williams was co-captain alongside Shannon Parry on that unforgettable day in Rio when Australia beat New Zealand 24-17 in the gold medal match at Deodoro Stadium thanks to tries from Charlotte Caslick, Ellia Green, Ellia Green, and Emma Tonegato.

Seven Players of that gold medal team were including on the series of 2019 with another predictable to return next season after former World Rugby Women’s Sevens Players.

“Everyone talks about defending that title and it would be absolutely amazing and that’s the next opportunity for us. This game just provides so many goals to tick off and to go away to Tokyo is awesome.”

Olympic 2020: Sharni Williams think they'll celebrate their win for years
Olympic 2020: Sharni Williams think they’ll celebrate their win for years

Rio 2016 when the women’s Rugby competition kicked off the rugby sevens events in Tokyo Summer Games 2020 the men’s teams will battle for gold first from 27-29 July with the women’s Rugby gold medals to be strong-minded on 1 August or Super Saturday after 3 days of exciting sevens.

“This season was phenomenal for women’s rugby you could see the standard rising more and more. Next season you’re obviously going to see more tournaments so it’s going to expand even more and it’ll be a lot faster and we’ll see some amazing athletes being produced in these games.”

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Canada’s men Rugby team wins Rugby Americas North Sevens to qualify for Tokyo 2020

Canada roared to victory at the Rugby Americas North Sevens in the Cayman Islands to book their spot in the men’s game at the Tokyo 2020 Summer Games. Fans who want to watch the live-action of Olympic Rugby in Olympic 2020 can get Olympic Rugby Tickets online.

After scoring 151 points and allowing just 5 during the group stage yesterday, the Canadians were equally dominant as they negotiated the knock-out rounds today.

They began at the Truman Bodden National Sports Complex in George Town with a 47-5 quarter-final win over Guyana before a 55-0 demolition of Bermuda in the last four. In the gold medal match, they were too strong for Jamaica winning 40-5 to claim the sole Tokyo Olympics 2020 space available from the tournament.

Canada's men Rugby team wins Rugby Americas North Sevens to qualify for Tokyo 2020
Canada’s men Rugby team Tokyo Olympic 2020

Canada had failed to reach the Olympics via the 2018-2019 World Rugby Sevens Series and sacked English coach Damian McGrath in May replacing him on an interim basis with New Zealand-born Henry Paul. They have now joined fellow North Americans the United States at the Games, who did qualify through the Series.

Canada’s Harry Jones said. “A lot of us have been grinding for this for a long time there are a lot of boys back home that couldn’t be here but they were on the field with us. To all of our fans supporter’s staff before and now, we love you all. This is such a great feeling.”

Jamaica who like Canada ended the group phase with a 100 percent record, could still qualify for Tokyo Olympic 2020 as their second-place finish has earned them a spot at next year’s repackage tournament. 

They saw off Mexico 24-7 in the semi-finals and Barbados 24-10 in the last eight. Mexico won bronze and also gained a repackage tournament spot thanks to a 50-0 win over Bermuda.

Canada's men Rugby team wins Rugby Americas North Sevens to qualify for Tokyo 2020
Canada’s Women Rugby team Tokyo Olympic 2020

In the quarter-finals, the Mexicans beat hosts Cayman Islands 12-7 while Bermuda piped Trinidad and Tobago 7-5. In the women’s event, Mexico beat Jamaica in the final.

Jamaica won all five matches to finish top of the round-robin phase including a 24-7 win over the Mexicans but the roles were reversed in the gold medal contest. Mexico who finished the round-robin second after three wins and two defeats pipped the Caribbean nation 19-15.

Both finalists have earned a place in the women’s Tokyo 2020 repackage tournament. No automatic spot was awarded to the event as both the US and Canada have already qualified through the World Rugby Sevens Series.

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