The Springbok Sevens team has officially wrapped up their Covid-19- disrupted season after receiving silver medals for finishing second in the 2019-20 World Rugby Sevens Series.
World Rugby CEO Brett Gosper says while the cancellation of the Cape Town and Dubai legs of the World Sevens Series is disappointing, it’s in the best interest of the global rugby community.
New Zealand has been awarded both the men’s and women’s Sevens Series titles as the remaining tournaments in the 2019-20 season have been called off due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
In the new issue of SA Rugby magazine, Blitzboks boss Neil Powell looks ahead to what could be an unexpectedly congested schedule in the lead-up to the Olympics Games next July.
Blitzbok forward Werner Kok admits he would still like to take part in the Tokyo Olympic Games despite signing for the Sharks.
Sevens teams are continuing to wait on the International Olympic Committee as pressure grows to postpone the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.
Blitzboks coach Neil Powell admits it is difficult to find the right balance in their preparations for the season ahead due to ongoing uncertainty over the coronavirus pandemic, writes DYLAN JACK.
The Blitzboks booked a Cup quarter-final berth after beating Argentina 17-5 and thrashing England 38-0 to finish top of Pool A on day one of the Vancouver Sevens.
The Imbokodo will return to action at home after World Rugby announced that Stellenbosch would host the Sevens Challenger Series next month.
The Blitzboks delivered a composed performance to beat the USA 19-12 and progress to the Cup final of the Sydney Sevens on Sunday.