The All Blacks 7s announced their roster for what will be the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, with the great particularity that Caleb Clarke will travel as a reserve.
The New Zealand national team already has its 12 players who will compete for a place on the podium in Tokyo. Clarke, who was not present at the Trans-Tasman Super Rugby with the Blues nor will he be on the tour with the All Blacks, it will finally go as a reserve to the Olympics. Etene Nanai-Seturo ended up winning the pulse for the place at the back of Blues.
Clark Laidlaw coach of The All Blacks 7s, assured about the list: Going to the Olympics is the closing of four or five years of work. We were aware of that as coaches and selectors, so we made sure we were very clear about how we want to play the game, where the players were, and we chose the best team to move forward“, he indicated.
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New Zealand Sevens complete roster for the Tokyo Olympics: Scott Curry, Tim Mikkelson, Kurt Baker, Dylan Collier, Sam Dickson, Andrew Knewstubb, Ngarohi McGarvey-Black, Sione Molia, Tone Ng Shiu, Etene Nanai-Seturo, Regan Ware, Joe Webber.