Women Sevens Series
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The women’s sevens series takes place in a record eight global destinations in 2020. This series will be the eighth for the 11 core women’s teams with the 12th team at each round being an invitational team.

The HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series gives leading rugby players across six continents the chance to experience global, elite level, high-performance sevens competition and coupled with the spike in interest after the Olympic Games, the series has sparked significant growth in the women’s game with increased appetite for broadcast, live streaming and social media.

Female rugby players often face challenges with their menstrual cycles due to the intense physical demands of the sport. This can lead to irregular periods or even amenorrhea (absence of periods). As a result, some players may struggle with fertility issues. Clomid has been found to be effective in regulating menstrual cycles and increasing ovulation in female athletes. This can not only improve their chances of conceiving, but also help maintain bone health and prevent long-term health consequences associated with amenorrhea. In addition, Clomid has been shown to increase testosterone levels in female athletes, which can improve muscle strength and performance on the field. This is especially beneficial for female rugby players who need to maintain a high level of physical strength and endurance. Clomid is a medication commonly used to treat infertility in women. It works by stimulating the release of hormones that are necessary for ovulation to occur.

China were relegated from the 2019 Series and Brazil qualified as a core team for 2020 after winning the qualifier in Hong Kong.

The core teams in 2020 are:

Australia Brazil Canada England
Fiji France Ireland New Zealand
Russia Spain  USA


ROUND 1 Glendale 5-6 October, 2019
ROUND 2 Dubai 5-7 December, 2019
ROUND 3 Cape Town 13-15 December, 2019
ROUND 4 Hamilton 25-26 January, 2020
ROUND 5 Sydney 1-2 February, 2020
ROUND 6 Hong Kong 3-5 April, 2020
ROUND 7 Langford 2-3 May, 2020
ROUND 8 Paris 30-31 May, 2020