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Japan To Use Tokyo 7s As Dress Rehearsal For Hong Kong Sevens As They Aim To Join Series Full-time N

5993193513283519068.gif "If we are able to achieve our goals we can really make Sevens a lot more popular and develop as a nation. We will be able to have more players specialising in Sevens which is crucial looking ahead to the Olympic qualification process in 2014/15." Pressure Segawa, however, Max Workouts does have two players in his squad from Eddie Jones' Japan 15-a-side squad in Kenki Fukuoka, who has speed compared to Bryan Habana, and Yoshikazu Fujita. This time we have Fukuoka and Fujita who are from the national side, so with that regard we have a little more depth in our team compared to last year," added Segawa. Japan also have Lomano Lemeki in their side, a player who scored 27 tries in four tournaments in the Asian Sevens Series and he is confident Japan can ride the other pressure and qualify to join the World Series next season. We are looking at this week as a dress rehearsal for next weekend," added Lemeki. "We have been lucky to get Argentina who will be similar to Uruguay who are in our pool in Hong Kong, but we will just try and play a certain style of rugby we want http://elroymarsh.sosblogs.com/The-first-blog-b1/Microsoft-An-Overlooked-Underdog-In-Mobile-Fitness-b1-p26.htm to and utilise the chances we get.
More: http://ur7s.com/news/japan-to-use-tokyo-7s-as-dress-rehearsal-for-hong-kong-sevens-as-they-aim-to-join-series-full-time-next-season


New Zealand Team Return Full Of Optimism

5987460699065614632.jpg Relevant offers image source Other Sports Belcher to skipper Aussie America's Cup team Paralympian Peters hoping to impress in Sochi Luna Rossa confirms 2017 America's Cup bid Black Sticks squad named for Japan series Barker a hired gun for top monohull regatta BikeNZ appoint review Andrew Matheson as new CEO Wembley to host Froch-Groves re-match bout Company stalled in bid for Armstrong pay back Tour champ Froome wants doping investigation Cyclists expect most competitive track nationals New Zealand could dominate the world in cycling's team sprint for the next decade, according to BikeNZ's High Performance Director, Mark Elliott. The mood was one of optimism as the New Zealand team returned home this morning after their strong performances at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Colombia - the five-medal haul equalling their best set in Melbourne two years ago. Leading the way was the team sprint trio of Ethan Mitchell, Sam Webster and Eddie Dawkins who won the coveted rainbow jersey as world champions, breaking new ground under the 44-second barrier at Cali. "It is not boasting or setting Max Workouts the bar too high," Elliott said. "Eddie is 24 and the other two are just 23 years old in a discipline where riders do not reach their peak until their early 30s. "Sir Chris Hoy was (in his) mid 30s when he was winning in London.
More: http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/other-sports/9796726/New-Zealand-team-return-full-of-optimism