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Four second place finishes in a row for the United States.

 

With 4/10 events completed, :NZL:USA:FIJ are all in solid positions to qualify to the Olympics with :RSA and :GBR (England) fighting for the last spot. Australia still has a chance at catching up. I imagine Europe really wants England to grab the final qualifying spot.

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2 hours ago, JoshMartini007 said:

Four second place finishes in a row for the United States.

 

With 4/10 events completed, :NZL:USA:FIJ are all in solid positions to qualify to the Olympics with :RSA and :GBR (England) fighting for the last spot. Australia still has a chance at catching up. I imagine Europe really wants England to grab the final qualifying spot.

It would be better if they didn’t. We would have a more competitive field

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19 minutes ago, Olympian1010 said:

England 

 

Is that because South Africa may decline to send a team should they not finish in the top 4?

 

If not it doesn't really matter who finishes in the top 4 in terms of a competitive field, with the exception of Argentina or two teams from Africa/North America. Just that it would make it harder/easier for other nations to qualify

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Las Vegas sevens is on and Chile tied South Africa :yikes:

 

Chile has been improving a lot in sevens lately, in january they defeated a mixed A/B team of us in a tournament of lower importance. I'm starting to feel insecurities about olympic qualification, sevens can be random at times.

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