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  • Men's and women's sevens captains pose ahead of the London 7s DJ Forbes, Kyle Brown, Osea Kolinisau, Tom Mitchell, Abi Chamberlain, Sarah Goss, Jen Kish and Sharni Williams pose ahead of the London 7s. Photo: World Rugby / Martin Seras Lima
  • The top three women's captains ahead of the London 7s Sarah Goss, Sharni Williams and Jen Kish stand on a London bus ahead of the penultimate round of the women's series at London - Photo: World Rugby / Martin Seras Lima
  • London Sevens 2015 Captains Launch of the Marriott London Sevens and Women's Sevens World Series London at Barn Elms Sport Center in London, England - Photo Martin Seras Lima
  • Brazil v New Zealand Brazil battled bravely but were no match for New Zealand on day one of the Women's Sevens Series at the London7s.
  • Angelica Gevaerd, Brazil Brazil in action against New Zealand on day one of the London Women Sevens Series 2015 at Twickenham Stoop in London, UK - Photo Martin Seras Lima
  • London Sevens 2015 New Zealand scored 34 unanswered points as they beat Brazil on day one of the London Women's Sevens Series 2015 at Twickenham Stoop in London, UK - Photo Martin Seras Lima
  • Ashley Steacy, Canada Ashley Steacy of Canada on the attack in her side's 14-12 win over Russia. Photo: World Rugby/Martin Seras Lima
  • Emilee Cherry Australia's Emilee Cherry scored on her return against Fiji on day one of round five of the Women's Sevens Series in London.
  • Qualified! New Zealand qualified for the Olympic Games 2016 on day one of the London Women's Sevens Series 2015 at Twickenham Stoop in London, UK - Photo Martin Seras Lima
  • China v Australia China lost out to Australia on day one of the Women's Sevens Series round five in Twickenham.
  • Emily Scarratt England's Emily Scarrett takes the ball over the Russian line on day one of the Women's Sevens Series in London. Photo: Martin Seras Lima
  • Amy Wilson Hardy England's Amy Wilson Hardy fends off her Russian opponent on day one of the Women's Sevens Series in London.
  • Spain celebrate New Zealand's Olympic celebrations were put on hold today after they were upset 19-15 by Spain on day one of the Women's Sevens Series round 5 in London. Photo: Martin Seras Lima
  • BOOM! Canada v South Africa Canada's Jen Kish carries hard against South Africa. Credit: Martin Seras Lima / World rugby
  • Under the posts Canada's Kayla Moleschi pictured under the posts at the Women's Sevens Series in London. Credit: Martin Seras Lima
  • France v USA USA beat France in a physical encounter on day two of the Women's Sevens Series in London.
  • Captains fantastic: Sharni Williams and Sarah Goss New Zealand captain Sarah Goss congratulates Sharni Williams of Australia after her side beat the Kiwis in the cup final at the London 7s.
  • OUCH: Big tackle during France v Russia France beat Russia in a physical encounter of day two of the Women's Sevens Series in London.
  • Australia trophy win Australia lift the cup final trophy in London after a dramatic win over Canada in Twickenham. CREDIT: Michael Lee/ KLC fotos
  • Australia - London 7s winners Australia are London 7s champions after defeating Canada in Twickenham. CREDIT: Michael Lee/KLC Photos