The Women’s Eagles Sevens team made history Sunday, with Captain Vanesha McGee’s sudden death score giving the Eagles a third place finish at the Rugby World Cup Sevens 2013.
New Zealand ended the Eagles hopes of winning the 2013 Women’s Rugby World Cup Sevens tournament earlier today, with a 19-10 scoreline in the Cup Semifinal.
In a very exciting match, the Women’s Eagles Sevens defeated Ireland 14-5 to set up a Rugby World Cup Semifinal against New Zealand at 7:56 AM E.T. inside Luzhniki Stadium.
The Women’s Eagles Sevens scored two late tries to defeat Spain 19-7 inside the iconic Luzhniki Stadium and secure themselves a place in the Rugby World Cup Quarterfinals.
The Women’s Eagles Sevens scored five tries to secure their second Pool C win at the Rugby World Cup, thanks to a 31-5 victory over Fiji inside Gorodok Stadium.
The Women’s Eagles Sevens defeated Brazil 12-7 in their opening match of the 2013 Rugby World Cup Sevens at the Gorodok Stadium.
The Women’s Eagles Sevens squad, along with 15 other nations, begin their 2013 Rugby World Cup Sevens campaign on Saturday, June 29 at the Gorodok and Luzhniki Stadiums in Moscow, Russia.
As players land and international teams being to stream into Russia’s largest city, we take a look back at the birth of game that has been played for 200 years, yet only featured on the world stage six times since its inception.
More than ever now in this new Olympic age, fitness, strength and conditioning are vital components in the preparation of top international Sevens players.