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.
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.”
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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