Sevens

Women's Sevens circuit adds a sixth stop

2018-10-03 15:20
Springbok Women's Sevens (File)

Paris - The women's Sevens circuit will regain a tournament in the upcoming season, which carries Olympic places as an incentive, World Rugby announced on Wednesday.

The 2018/19 women's competition will begin on October 20-21 with a new stop in Glendale, Colorado.

This means there will again be six events after the event in Clermont-Ferrand dropped off the calendar last season.

The men's circuit will again offer 10 events.

The women and men will overlap at the events in Dubai, Sydney and Paris.

When both competitions end in Paris on May 31-June 2, the top four teams in both will earn spots in the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.

Women's tournaments:

2018

October 20-21: Glendale (USA)

November 29-30: Dubai

2019

February 1-3: Sydney

April 20-21: Kitakyushu (Japan)

May 11-12: Langford (Canada)

May-2 June 31: Paris

Men's tournaments:

2018

November 30-December 1: Dubai

December 8-9: Cape Town

2019

January 26-27: Hamilton

February 2-3: Sydney

March 1-3: Las Vegas

March 9-10: Vancouver

April 5-7: Hong Kong

April 13-14: Singapore

May 25-26: London

June 1-2: Paris

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