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1. HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2020 Schedule Confirmed
World Rugby has confirmed the schedule for the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2020 in what will be the biggest season to date, with Fiji and New Zealand fighting to retain the mens and womens titles respectively.
2. Nominees for World Rugby Sevens Players of the Year 2018
The nominees for the World Rugby Mens Sevens Player of the Year 2018 in association with HSBC are: Perry Baker (USA), Ben ODonnell (Australia) and Jerry Tuwai (Fiji). The nominees for the World Rugby Womens Sevens Player of the Year 2018 in association with HSBC are: Michaela Blyde (New Zealand), Sarah Goss (New Zealand) and Portia Woodman (New Zealand).
3. HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2019 Prepares for Kick Off
Australia women and South Africa men will be looking to retain their titles as teams begin their preparations in earnest for the upcoming HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2019. The 2019 series has added incentive for the 11 core womens teams and 15 core mens teams who will battle it out to secure not only the coveted HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series titles, but also a place at the To
4. UL Partners HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series
UL, an US-based global safety certification company, has become an official sponsor of the mens and womens HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series. Under the multi-year deal, UL branding will be present across the mens and womens HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series events, both in-tournament and on all digital platforms. In addition, UL will benefit from an extensive range of partner rights,
5. New Look for Mens and Womens HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2019-23
World Rugby has unveiled a new look mens and womens HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series which includes at least six combined mens and womens events, as the womens series increases to eight rounds for the first time in its history over the next four-year cycle.
6. Fiji and Samoa Join World Rugby's Council
World Rugby has welcomed Fiji and Samoa onto an expanded Council, while Burkina Faso and Lebanon have been accepted as associate members. With a new governance model paving the way for wider representation on World Rugbys Council, the unions will take their place at the May 2019 annual meeting having successfully achieved the required good governance criteria as stipulated within
7. World Rugby Creates Series of Webinars and Workshops
World Rugby has created a series of webinars as part of a reset and readiness strategy for when global rugby activities are safe and ready to resume. The webinars promote best practice in match management, match officiating, match preparation and leadership via a dedicated series of streams delivered by World Rugby management, coaches and match officials.
8. World Rugby Appoints Alan Gilpin as CEO
World Rugby has appointed Alan Gilpin as Chief Executive Officer. Gilpin, 47, has performed the role of Interim Chief Executive following Brett Gospers departure in January. He has a broad and intimate understanding of World Rugbys business operations having performed the dual role of Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Managing Director of Rugby World Cup since 2016, after joining

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