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Match officials announced for RWC Sevens

(IRB.COM) Wednesday 10 April 2013
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Anthony Moyes is one of 10 male referees on the RWC Sevens 2013 panel
-20 nations represented highlighting Rugby’s reach
-Record 14 female match officials selected
-Major milestone on the Road to Rio 2016 for top officials
-Russia 2013 set to capture the imagination
The International Rugby Board has announced the panel of match officials who will preside over the 100 matches at Rugby World Cup Sevens 2013 in Moscow.
With one eye on Rugby Sevens’ debut at the 2016 Olympic Games, the event from June 28-30 is not just an opportunity for the world’s top 24 men’s and 16 women’s teams to showcase their Rio credentials, but it also provides a platform for the world’s top match officials to stake a claim.
In total 20 nationalities are represented within the panel of 17 referees that will preside over the 58 men's and 42 women's matches. A further 23 dedicated assistant referees and in-goal assistants have also been selected by the IRB Match Official Selection Committee, chaired by John Jeffrey.
With competition for places intense, the Committee considered all performances on the record-breaking HSBC Sevens World Series and the inaugural IRB Women’s Sevens World Series, which is playing a key role in promoting the very best female referees.
With IRB High Performance Sevens Referee Manager Paddy O’Brien driving forward elite Sevens match official standards, the men’s panel features the cream of those performing on the Series. They are: James McPhail (New Zealand); Anthony Moyes; Matthew O’Brien (both Australia); Marius van der Westhuizen; Rasta Rasivhenge (both South Africa); Federico Anselmi (Argentina); Rhys Thomas (Wales); Kevin White (Scotland) and Alexandre Ruiz (France). James Bolabiu (Fiji) is the only male panel member to have officiated in Dubai four years ago. The panel will be supported by 16 specialist assistant and in-goal referees.
Reaffirming the continued advances in standards of officiating in the Women’s Game, seven of the world’s top female referees have been selected in the panel - three more than for Dubai 2009. They are: Marlize Jordaan (South Africa); Sherry Trumbull (Canada); Amy Perrett (Australia); Chelsea Gurr; Jess Beard (both New Zealand); Leah Berard (USA) and Gabriel Lee (Hong Kong), who took charge of a captivating women’s final in 2009. They will be supported by seven specialist assistant and in-goal referees, completing a record panel of 14 female match officials selected for the event.
Jeffrey said: "The panel contains a blend of the very best men’s and women’s international referees who have proven themselves in the challenging HSBC Sevens World Series and IRB Women’s Sevens World Series. All are included on merit.”
"The seven female referees appointed to the tournament will take charge of matches in the Women's Rugby World Cup Sevens competition, which runs alongside the men's. It is a great opportunity for referees who have proven themselves on the Women’s Series to showcase their talent on Rugby Sevens' biggest global stage."
"Rugby World Cup Sevens 2013 promises to be a spectacular global showcase for teams and fans and for our match officials the experience will be no different. As we build towards our Olympic Games return in 2016, the event will provide exposure to a high-intensity, high-paced environment that tests physical, aerobic and mental skills.”
Rugby World Cup Sevens 2013 will bring together the finest men’s and women’s Sevens players in the world for a three-day festival of world-class sport, entertainment and hospitality at the iconic Luzhniki Stadium in the heart of the city.
Rugby World Cup Limited Chairman Bernard Lapasset said: "Planning and preparation is on track and Russia has a proud history of staging exceptional major sporting and cultural events. The Rugby Union of Russia and the Russian Government, in partnership with the IRB, are collaborating to deliver a world-class festival on and off the pitch. It will be a Rugby World Cup Sevens festival like no other."
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:):( Well this was always going to be a forgone conclusion...This will be the final IRB Sevens World Cup as, naturally, the Olympics are now the pinnical event for the code.

Personally I never really noticed this event as the annual premium Sevens Circuit was a far more exciting tournament especially when it arrives in Wellington.

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AIG appointed Global Partner of RWC Sevens
(IRB.COM) Wednesday 15 May 2013
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AIG views Rugby Sevens as a key driver towards the growth of the sport around the world
American International Group, Inc. (AIG), the world’s leading insurance brand, has been appointed official global insurance partner of Rugby World Cup Sevens 2013 in Moscow on June 28-30.
The partnership reflects Rugby’s continued commercial appeal and is a clear indication of AIG’s growing commitment to Rugby and, more specifically, a sport that continues to experience growth in key emerging markets such as Asia which has grown in participation by 18 per cent since the Olympic decision in 2009, Africa by 33 per cent and South America by 22 per cent as global participation has reached the 5.5 million mark.
AIG also views Rugby Sevens as a strong driver of global Rugby growth and believes it is important to support the sport now as it accelerates toward its Olympic Games debut in 2016.
Daniel Glantz, Global Head of Sponsorship at AIG, said: “At AIG, we know how important teamwork is to success. AIG serves customers in more than 130 countries around the world and our employees rely on each other’s passion, skills and support to overcome obstacles and get the job done. Rugby, and more specifically Sevens, is a sport that we believe mirrors our key objectives and work ethic and we are delighted to be involved in one of the premier and most exciting Rugby competitions across the globe.”
“We are firmly committed to supporting Rugby and are truly excited about working with the IRB in Moscow to help bring to life the biggest tournament of 2013.”
Rugby World Cup Limited Chairman Bernard Lapasset said: “The appointment of one of the world’s biggest and most recognisable global brands as a partner of Rugby World Cup Sevens is a strong endorsement of Rugby’s continued commercial appeal and the strength of the Rugby World Cup Sevens brand as we continue to drive towards our Olympic Games debut at Rio in 2016.”
“AIG has a close alignment with Rugby as a growth sport in key markets and we look forward to working with AIG to ensure that it extracts the maximum benefits from their association with one of the most vibrant and entertaining sports.”
Rugby Union of Russia President Vyacheslav Kopiev added: “It is fantastic to have a major global brand on board. AIG will find itself part of this event in Moscow this year but its involvement will only help strengthen our own resolve to become a major player in the world of Rugby and help us further develop the grassroots of the Game in Russia. This is a hugely exciting moment for all of us working across the Rugby World Cup Sevens 2013.”
Mike Vandrau, Head of Sales at Essentially, official commercial agency to Rugby World Cup Sevens 2013, added: “AIG is one of the biggest and well-respected brands in the world and it is a real pleasure to welcome it to the family of partners for this year’s Rugby World Cup Sevens. Given the global media values achieved in Dubai (2009) of more than 379 hours live coverage, we are supremely confident that Moscow will help AIG achieve the key global visibility it is looking for across its key and emerging markets.”
The announcement is a further boost to a Rugby World Cup Sevens event that is on track to be a wonderful festival of world-class Rugby and entertainment.
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Olympic medalist Moyse named in Canada squad
(IRB.COM) Friday 31 May 2013
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Moyse won Olympic gold in Vancouver in 2010
Olympic bobsled champion Heather Moyse has been named in the Canada women's Sevens squad for the 2013 Rugby World Cup Sevens in Moscow.
Moyse, who won gold at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, is no stranger to rugby having shared the lead in try-scoring the last two Rugby World Cups in the 15-aside version of the game.
She made her debut in the IRB Women’s Sevens World Series earlier this month in Amsterdam, where Canada reached their first Cup final of the Series before losing to New Zealand.
“She is in the one percentile of athletically gifted people and I saw enough glimpses of the X-factor that she brings to warrant her selection to the World Cup,” coach John Tait said.
“She is obviously a fierce competitor and is getting better every day with her understanding of her position and what her role within our team is.”
The Canadian squad also features Jen Kish, named the MVP at the recent event in Amsterdam, and Mandy Marchak, Brittany Waters and Kelly Russell who all competed at the inaugural Women's Rugby World Cup Sevens in Dubai four years ago.
Canada finished third in the inaugural Women’s World Series after finishing sixth in Dubai, seventh in Houston, third in Guangzhou, China, and second in Amsterdam and have been drawn in Pool A with New Zealand, who they lost to in the quarter finals in 2009, the Netherlands and Tunisia.
Canada squad: Arielle Dubissette-Borrice, Bianca Farella, Magali Harvey, Jennifer Kish, Ghislaine Landry, Mandy Marchak, Kayla Moleschi, Heather Moyse, Karen Paquin, Kelly Russell, Ashley Steacy, Brittany Waters.
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NZ names final squad for RWC Sevens
(IRB.COM) Friday 7 June 2013
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New Zealand Sevens coach, Sir Gordon Tietjens, has joined his American counterpart in Pool D Alex Magleby in naming his final squad for the 2013 Rugby World Cup Sevens in Moscow on 28-30 June.
Captain DJ Forbes, Scott Curry and Sam Dickson all return from injury, while there are also places for Bryce Heem, Waisake Naholo and David Raikuna.
“It’s been an intense few days and competition for places has been strong as I know all players are really keen on taking part in a World Cup," said Tietjens.
“There is something very special about the Cup which only comes around once every four years and playing in a country we have yet to visit as a team is also pretty exciting.”
Only three members of the team - Forbes, Tomasi Cama and Lote Raikabula – took part in the last World Cup in Dubai in 2009.
“On the Sevens World Series this year we have tested a group of young, exciting players so it’s really pleasing to include a number of them in the team. A World Cup is something completely different so they know they are in for a real test.
“The good thing is we have a core of players in DJ, Junior and Lote who know well the pressure cooker environment of a World Cup so that will certainly help the younger players cope with the challenges in Moscow.
“We really want to do well over there as we haven’t won the Cup since 2001. This is also the last World Cup before the Olympics so Moscow is also going to be very valuable in terms of our planning to ensure we are in the best possible shape for Rio in 2016.”
The All Blacks Sevens will assemble for a pre-departure camp in Mount Maunganui on Monday 17 June, before departing for Moscow on Friday 21 June. A full media schedule will be issued next week.
NZ squad: Kurt Baker, Tomasi Cama, Scott Curry, Sam Dickson, DJ Forbes, Bryce Heem, Gillies Kaka, Tim Mikkelson, Waisake Naholo, Lote Raikabula, David Raikuna, Sherwin Stowers
USA name squad for Moscow Mission
In the same pool, USA coach Alex Magleby has also named his squad of 12 and after their strong finish to the HSBC Sevens World Series, Magleby has opted to put his trust in proven players as they set out in Pool D against New Zealand, Canada and Georgia.
"This preliminary squad is well balanced with aerialists, kickers, and attack threats throughout - a good mixture of go-forward, movement, speed, and grinders," said Magleby, whose side will be in assembly at the Olympic Training Centre for another week before heading to Seattle for six days on June 9.
"I’m looking forward to seeing what we can produce over the next few weeks and to see if other athletes work their way in. The fellas have been busy at the OTC picking up from where they left off after the Series. We have a lot of hard yards ahead over the next three weeks, but we have been pleased with the foundation set so far."
Men’s Eagles Sevens: Carlin Isles, Nick Edwards, Andrew Durutalo, Shalom Suniula, Zach Test, Matt Hawkins, Folau Niua, Jack Halalilo, Maka Unufe, Mike Palefau, Colin Hawley, Brett Thompson
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Rugby World Cup Sevens to be retained and become part of Olympic cycle
Wednesday 12 June 2013 (IRB Press Release)
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Future of RWC Sevens Confirmed as it Moves into Olympic Games Cycle
The International Rugby Board today announced that, following consultation with Member Unions and major stakeholders, the popular tournament will be retained and integrated into the Olympic Games cycle.
The decision to integrate the event within the middle of the Olympic cycle will provide a key high performance pathway for teams around the world, ensuring optimum competitiveness at the Olympic Games.
With 12 men’s and 12 women’s teams competing at the Olympic Games 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, RWC Sevens 2013 currently includes 24 men’s and 16 women’s teams, thus providing vital world-class competition for a greater number of players.
RWC Sevens also provides opportunities to more cities to host a major international Rugby event, showcasing the Game to a global audience and driving interest and participation.
In order for the quadrennial tournament to be integrated into the Olympic cycle in the most effective manner, the next event following RWC Sevens 2013 in Moscow will take place in 2018.
This will ensure an Olympic Games or RWC Sevens will take place every two years and allow RWC Sevens to be used as a key springboard for our Unions towards the Games.
IRB Chairman Bernard Lapasset said: “RWC Sevens provides an opportunity for a large number of nations to compete at a high level. Like all Olympic sports, we believe that a world championship event will increase competitiveness, interest and participation, slotting into the multi-sport Games cycle and enhancing Rugby Sevens in the Olympic Games and the sport as a whole.”
“Moscow 2013 is a reflection of the truly global reach of our sport and the event is on track to be a wonderful success. With unprecedented interest in hosting Rugby Sevens events, spurred on by inclusion in the Olympic Games, I am sure we can anticipate a keenly contested tender process for Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018.”
From June 28-30, the 2013 edition of the record-breaking event takes place at the iconic Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, which will see the finest Rugby Sevens players on the planet showcase their skills ahead of the Rio Olympic Games in three years’ time.
These are exciting times for Rugby Sevens, which has been a catalyst for Rugby's growth into new territories since the IOC decision in 2009 and a spearhead for the sport become a truly global sport. The 2012/13 HSBC Sevens World Series enjoyed yet another record year, while the debut IRB Women's Sevens World Series captured the imagination, giving the best women's Sevens players a a highly-competitive, structured and global platform to showcase their talent.
Details of the tender process for Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018 will be announced in due course after the Moscow event.
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I don't think we need a new topic for 2018 world cup right now .. the bidding process will not start until after Moscow
so let's post this news here for now
Wales and Singapore set to bid for 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens
Wednesday, 12 June 2013
By Duncan Mackay
June 12 - Wales and Singapore have both launched early bids to host the 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens tournament.
Wales are the current men's world champions, having won the tournament in Dubai four years ago and will defend their title at Moscow later this month.
Under the plans proposed by the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU), the event would be staged at the 74,500-capacity Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, with some matches taking place at the Cardiff City Stadium.
The WRU are currently working with the Welsh Government and Cardiff City Council in an effort to bring the competition to Britain for the first time since Scotland hosted the inaugural tournament in 1993, when it was staged at Murrayfield in Edinburgh and England beat Australia 21-17 in the final.
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Wales celebrate winning the 2009 Rugby World Cup Sevens in Dubai

The women's event was added for the first time at Dubai in 2009, when Australia lifted the trophy, beating New Zealand 15-10 in the final.
The 2018 event, like this year's tournament, will include the men's and women's competition.
The profile of the event has grown considerably in the last 20 years and is expected to continue to raise with the sport's debut on the Olympic programme at Rio 2016.
"Sevens is growing across the world," said Roger Lewis, chief executive of the WRU.
"It will be in the Olympic Games in 2016 and the Olympic Games in 2020.
"We are preparing a bid to bring the Rugby World Cup Sevens to Cardiff in 2018.
"That's five years hence because the IRB (International Rugby Board) have decided to move the Rugby World Cup Sevens to fit between those two Olympic events.
"I've informed the IRB that we're doing this and the IRB have kept me informed of the process they are working to.
"Hopefully over the course of the next six months we'll know if we're successful or not."
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The Singapore Sports Hub would be the venue if the Asian country is chosen to host the 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens

But Wales will face tough opposition from Singapore, who are proposing its new futuristic Sports Hub, due for completion in 2014, as the venue.
The development will include a new state-of-the-art 55,000-capacity National Stadium.
The tiny city-state was part of the IRB World Sevens Series until 2006.
The fact that the 15-a-side Rugby World Cup is due to be held in Japan in 2019 could help its bid, claimed Low Teo Ping, President of the Singapore Rugby Union.
"We have a good chance because Japan is hosting the 15s World Cup in 2019 so Singapore can offer a good lead-in tournament in Asia one year earlier," he said.
France and the United States are also reportedly considering bids.
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USA join race to host 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens
Thursday, 13 June 2013
By James Crook
June 13 - USA Rugby are the latest to confirm their interest in hosting the 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens in an attempt to boost the sport's reputation in the nation, though they will face competition from the likes of Wales and Singapore, who confirmed their bids yesterday.
USA Rugby director Will Chang, who is also a part-owner of the San Francisco Giants baseball franchise, will lead the bid and will visit Moscow to observe this year's event at the Luzhniki Stadium later this month.
"Hosting this tournament will support our goals of developing the game and further its popularity in the United States" said Chang.
"We are looking forward to hearing more about the bid process and will do everything we can to ensure the 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens will take place on United States soil."
Sevens will make its debut appearance at the Olympic Games at Rio 2016, and the International Rugby Board (IRB) have decided to push the World Cup Sevens back by a year to ensure a seamless integration into the Games programme, making a five-year gap as opposed to the usual four.
The United States will face major competition to host the event, however, and even though Wales and Singapore have confirmed plans to launch a bid, there is also expected to be interest from France and Argentina.
Rugby has never been a particularly popular sport in America with sports such as baseball, American football, basketball and ice hockey ruling the roost, but participation has increased three-and-a-half fold since 2004 and rugby was found to be the fastest growing sport in the nation in a survey by National Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association in 2010.
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Lapasset relishing Russia opportunity
(IRB.COM) Friday 21 June 2013
With seven days to go until the finest men’s and women’s Sevens players on the planet take to the iconic Luzhniki Stadium, Lapasset says that it is important that the hosting opportunity is converted into increased participation numbers.
He said: “Russia is an important strategic market for the IRB. It now has 30,000 registered players, a professional league and national men’s and women’s teams making their mark on the world stage. And the evidence is that the sport is continuing to grow rapidly in Russia. With 14,500 players being registered in 2009, the number of participants has doubled since the decision was made that year to return Rugby to the Olympics.”
“This growth must continue into the future. It is important that this hosting opportunity is converted into tangible benefits and we have been working in partnership with the Rugby Union of Russia and the Russian Government to achieve just that.”
“Rugby is a sport of strong character-building values and it resonates with the Russian people. Russia is one of the top Olympic nations and so with Rugby now back on the Olympic Games programme, awareness of the sport is definitely growing.”
RWC Sevens 2013 will bring together 24 men’s and 16 women’s teams for a three-day test of skill, power, stamina and pace as the countdown continues to Sevens’ Olympic Games debut in Rio de Janeiro 2016.
Russia women enter the event off the back of successful IRB Women’s Sevens World Series and European Sevens Series campaigns and are among the favourites to win a medal next weekend. The men’s team have also made significant strides and are aiming for silverware.
The local organising body is also helping to reach out to new fans in the Moscow region by laying on a massive music, sporting and cultural festival within the Olympic Park complex. French band Space are headlining the festival, 30 years to the day after a sell-out concert tour took Russia by storm, a tour that saw them play at Luzhniki not long after it had hosted the 1980 Olympic Games.
It will be an opportunity to showcase the latest Olympic sport to Russians but also, via an extensive broadcast, digital and social media platform, the sport is set to reach out to new audiences around the world.
Lapasset added: “Rugby World Cup Sevens 2013 is a must-see event. There will be world-class entertainment on the field and a superb Rugby festival in the surrounding complex that will showcase Moscow, Russia and will involve 130 men’s, women’s and children’s teams from all over Russia and internationally.”
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first of some prestigious sports events to be hosted by Russia between 2013-2018
I see it as the first International test event for the Olympics and the World cup
the organizers said that they sold 100000 tickets for the 3 days
we will see how successful this tournament will be

the tournament will be broadcasted live on the RWC Sevens site
and here is the list of the tv channels that will broadcast the event around the world:

Where to Watch RWC Sevens

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:) A low key start for New Zealand winning it's two early matches. The hot humid conditions not hindering their performances.

Low crowd numbers haven't deterred the team as they understand that Sevens is still a novelty in Russia and hope good performances encourage the locals to pay a visit.

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:blink: A near upset at the 7s today with the USA giving New Zealand a fright...USA lead half time 19 - 5. NZ having to really work hard to overhaul the USA in the second half eventually winning 26-19.

Clearly the USA is taking Sevens very seriously as they are the defending Olympic Champions in Rugby.

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:blink: A near upset at the 7s today with the USA giving New Zealand a fright...USA lead half time 19 - 5. NZ having to really work hard to overhaul the USA in the second half eventually winning 26-19.

Clearly the USA is taking Sevens very seriously as they are the defending Olympic Champions in Rugby.

They lost to Argentina in the Plate QF today

NZ won over the defending champions Wales 26-10

Fiji won their QF match against South Africa 12-10

England 21-17 Australia

Kenya 24-19 France

Men's semi final

New Zealand vs Fiji
England vs Kenya

Rugby Sevens could be an opportunity for Fiji to win their first ever Olympic medal at Rio 2016

in the Women's tournament
The defending champions Australia lost to Spain 10-14
other QF results
Canada 15-12 Russia
USA 14-5 Ireland
New Zealand 24-7 England
Women's Semi Final
New Zealand vs USA
Canada vs Spain
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On the whole a good tournament for Canada. Finishing 9th in the men's field and 1st or 2nd in the women's. The men finishd 10th at the Commonwealth Games two years ago and this time around had wins against the Americans, Scotland, Tonga and Samoa so things are improving. Hopefully they can continue to improve.

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Awesome result. This is a good good sign for Canada in rugby at the Olympics. And this tournament should be enough to silence the critics of how universal and competitive rugby is.

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:):):) :)

Great start to the morning here in New Zealand

Great big congratulations to both teams!!! :D

Disappointed at the criticisim of the crowd numbers...A big thanks to Russia for hosting in the first place, a 'new' sevens power and great promoter of Sevens in the Eurasian region.

All looks good for the 2016!...Well for New Zealand anyway..But overly impressed at how far some countries have come up in standards.

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What an atroucious tournament! Absoultely terrible attendance for a World Championship. Plus the weather didn't coorporate either!

Who decided at the IRB to award this tournament to Russia? Horrible decsion. And what were the Russian organizers thinking? They must have known

ahead of time how much interest they could garner! The IRB should have awarded this Rugby 7 WC either to Hong Kong or the USA. I feel sorry for the

participants.

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We can't blame the IRB .. there were 3 bidders back in 2010
Russia, Germany and Brazil
the last two countries withdrew their bids .. left Russia as a sole bidder
unfortunately no other nations made a bid
if a country can't host a successful tournament they shouldn't bid in the first place
for Russia they made a mistake when they have chosen Luzhniki to host the event
25000-30000 or smaller stadium could be enough but I don't know if they have a small stadiums meets the IRB requirements
good organizing low attendance .. nice to host the tournament in a new frontier but not when you could lose the atmosphere and the interest in the tournament plus the loss in the revenue
Russia wants to bid for the 2023 World Cup .. they can host some junior tournaments
but they need to promote the sport more before the next step

the Russians wants to host as much as possible international events in a short period .. don't know what their strategy is

hope the things will change for the IAAF Championships and the Olympics
if not it will be a disaster
for the IRB I doubt they are happy with the total result
it could be much better if it were organized in a country that cares more about Rugby

host the tournament in a Rugby nation or a country can give the event a great atmosphere and high revenue for the IRB vs host it in a new frontier to promote the sport in new regions and for more people

for other sports like football it could work but for Rugby and especially for this high prestigious 3 days event which deserve more interest and atmosphere the first choice could be better

how much did Russian Rugby sevens and the sport in general in the region benefited from hosting this event .. future will tell

but from what I watched in these three days .. unfortunately .. not much!

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