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Tokyo Olympics Rugby 7s

The United States is 2-0 in Women's Sevens after beating China and Japan in Pool C play. So far, so good. :cool:

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Great Britain Women had a 21-0 lead over New Zealand, but they couldn't hold it and lost 26-21.

It reminds me of the USA vs GB Men's match where the USA had a 21-0 lead and lost 26-21. o_O
 
USA Women's Sevens just beat Australia and complete Pool C play with a 3-0 record. So they advance to the next round. Good job ladies!
 
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Cheers BBC deciding we would rather watch football...
And now on BBC1 - but about 5 minutes ago.

What a cracking match that was!
Though I can't believe Fiji kept 7 on from the 4 minute mark of 2nd half
 
Almost tempted to write a complaint to the BBC
 
USA need a complete rethink in this 2nd half.
 
Almost tempted to write a complaint to the BBC
I have a bit of sympathy with them because they're hamstrung by their broadcasting contract

Obv it would be better for them to have one sport on and leave it to completion, but I can understand why they'd try and show as much of the ones that would have the largest numbers of viewers
 
I have a bit of sympathy with them because they're hamstrung by their broadcasting contract

Obv it would be better for them to have one sport on and leave it to completion, but I can understand why they'd try and show as much of the ones that would have the largest numbers of viewers
Yeah but its Football its a sport that gets enough coverage as it is the Olympics should be about showcasing other stuff.
 
Great Britain 21 United States 12.

Congrats Brits. Excellent tackling!
 
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Well that was an awkward interview "We're known for being a bit soft, but we've risen up, and we're hard now, not soft any more; even though we're probably smaller than any of the other nations"
 
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The Olympics interviews are class. Great to see some characters without media training or being numbed after about 30 interviews a season.
 

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