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All Blacks set sights on higher level

All Blacks coach Steve Hansen sent a message when announcing his 2016 squad that the side were not rebuilding, but re-establishing themselves and preparing to move their game to a higher level.
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Tonu’u: There are big holes to fill

When the first All Blacks squad of the year is announced tomorrow, I have no doubt it will be stacked with talent, but the real concern is about the dynamics a new team brings and the bedding in of the 2015 All Blacks team culture with the new 2016 All Blacks.
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SBW at Rio would be ‘awesome’

During this week’s visit to Rio de Janeiro, All Blacks Sevens captain Tim Mikkelson says Williams could bring something special to the team at the Rio Olympics.
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PREVIEW: Clermont-Ferrand Sevens

New Zealand have one last chance to take out a leg of the Women’s World Sevens Series when the fifth and final tournament of the year kicks off in Clermont-Ferrand this weekend.
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Wellington to host sevens for three more years

New Zealand Rugby today confirmed that Wellington will host a leg of the World Rugby Sevens Series for three more years.
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Lam faces biggest test of career

Former Blues coach and All Black Pat Lam is on the verge of one of the biggest moments of his coaching career.
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Piutau has eyes on 2019 World Cup

Former All Black Charles Piutau still harbours hopes of being part of the All Blacks World Cup team in 2019.
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London Plate success for All Blacks Sevens

The All Blacks Sevens have finished the 2015-16 World Sevens Series in third place following victory in the London Sevens Plate final.
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All Blacks Sevens set up quarter final clash with USA

Two wins and draw on day one was enough for the All Black Sevens to top Pool D and move into the final eight in London.
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PREVIEW: London Sevens

After being bundled out of the Paris Sevens by Argentina last week, the All Blacks Sevens need to find form in the final World Sevens Series tournament of the year as the Rio Olympics draw closer.
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World playing numbers to double in 10 years - report

Rugby's inclusion at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janiero this year is set to have a significant impact on the game's future.
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No silver lining for Dan Carter

Dan Carter's hopes of a European Cup winners' medal to go alongside his other rugby trophies were denied in Racing 92's 9-21 loss to Saracens in a tryless final in Lyon on Saturday.
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Carter, Masoe and Racing face their biggest test

Saracens may have the favouritism for Saturday's European Cup final but Racing 92's former All Blacks first five-eighths Dan Carter is reason enough for most pundits to put a caveat on their predictions.
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New World Rugby chairman elected

Bill Beaumont and Agustín Pichot have been elected World Rugby Chairman and Vice-Chairman, respectively, on an historic day for the international federation in Dublin.


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