Red Bull has been announced as the key partner and naming rights sponsor for Ignite7, our latest ground-breaking Sevens talent identification programme.
New Zealand Rugby (NZR) has teamed up with Red Bull to ignite the search for our future Sevens superstars.
The All Blacks Sevens have secured the services of Regan Ware, Sione Molia and Vilimoni Koroi through to the 2020 Toyko Olympics.
New Zealand’s world champion Black Ferns Sevens will play in front of their home fans in the new year with the addition of a four-team women’s Fast Four tournament to the 2019 HSBC New Zealand Sevens in Hamilton.
On the back of Commonwealth Games gold and World Cup victory, Scott Curry, Tim Mikkelson and Joe Webber have all re-committed to the All Blacks Sevens through to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Fresh from their Rugby World Cup Sevens victory, Black Ferns Sevens squad members are travelling across the country this week to share their success with the next generation of rugby stars.
"Wearing the gold medal around our neck is something we will cherish forever" - After winning back-to-back #RWC7s titles in San Francisco, the All Blacks Sevens have arrived back in New Zealand.
They came, they saw, and they doubled down.
New Zealand Rugby (NZR) is breaking new ground in the quest to find the next All Blacks Sevens and Black Ferns Sevens superstars with the launch of Ignite7.
The All Blacks Sevens have defended their Rugby World Cup Sevens title, as we soak up the atmosphere post-match.
New Zealand's All Blacks Sevens successfully defended their World Cup Sevens title when beating England 33-12 in the final in San Francisco on Monday (NZT).
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