The women’s seven will have a new opportunity at the Olympic Games to see the most outstanding players in the specialty looking for a medal. Portia Woodman, the best in the world, will be present with New Zealand.
The female competition has in Australia (last Olympic champion) and New Zealand (silver medal in Rio 2016) to the main candidates to be at the top of the podium. With the presence of Woodman, the Black Ferns will seek to improve on what they did five years ago in Brazil and win the gold medal.
For their part, for the Olympic champions, the presence of Charlotte Caslick, after passing through the Rugby League, it is one of the best news. The 26-year-old player is one of the hopes of coach John Manent, who in a difficult decision He left the consecrated Ellia Green off the campus.
Great Britain will also have two players who deserve to be highlighted. The english Deborah Fleming (2018 World Tour top scorer) and Alex Matthews (2014 world champion) will be instrumental to try to improve on the fourth place obtained five years ago.
Finally, it also deserves a deeper look at what you can do the Russian Baizat Khamidova. The 30-year-old player is the most experienced of the selected team and has the scrolls of being the historical scorer and the player with the most tournaments (30) in the history of the World Tour.