In The Gym with Isaac Te Tamaki

As the All Blacks Sevens assemble ahead of the upcoming World Rugby Sevens Series, we catch up with Isaac Te Tamaki as the team push some tin in the gym.

All Blacks Sevens assemble at new home base

A new era of professional sevens rugby in New Zealand is officially here as All Blacks Sevens Coach Clark Laidlaw introduces new talent, rejuvenates experienced legs and unveils a new home base for the squad.
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Women's rugby to be celebrated at All Blacks Test

The Women’s Rugby World Cup winning Black Ferns and HSBC Women’s Sevens World Series champion Black Ferns Sevens will be celebrated at tomorrow night’s All Blacks Test match against South Africa at QBE Stadium.
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Sevens legend DJ Forbes retires

DJ Forbes, the most capped player in world sevens history, has announced his retirement from the game today.
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DJ Forbes: Long distance parenting

On the eve of Father’s Day, New Zealand Rugby and Parenting Place have worked together to find out what it means for our top rugby players to raise families.

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Black Ferns have great opening to World Cup Campaign

The Black Ferns have blown Wales away in their opening match of the 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup in Ireland, running out 44 - 12 victors.

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Sevens tickets rushing out the door

Tickets for the New Zealand Sevens tournament, to be held in Hamilton for the first time on February 3-4 2018, are rushing out the door, with over half of all tickets snapped up after only two days of pre-sales.
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Experienced All Blacks Sevens coaching line-up announced

New All Blacks Sevens Head Coach Clark Laidlaw has announced an experienced coaching line-up for the bumper 2017/2018 season.

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Black Ferns Sevens at top of world again

New Zealand's Black Ferns Sevens completed a successful weekend for local rugby when claiming the 2016-17 HSBC World Rugby Women's Series Sevens in Clermont-Ferrand on Sunday.
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Black Ferns Sevens on track for overall crown

The Black Ferns Sevens are within touching distance of claiming the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series trophy this season after going unbeaten on day one of the Clermont-Ferrand Sevens.
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