Interview Jeremy Rozier – Sevens Rugby

Interview Jeremy Rozier – Sevens Rugby

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In fact XVs rugby is a lot
more a game where there is, since there are fifteen players on the field, a little more physical clash whereas at 7 rugby since the
number of players is divided by two There is a little less confrontation for a little more action, due to the speed, the long passes and
it necessarily involves a lot more the individual technique of the players as well their stamina Efforts are very intense between the repetition of rushes and the repetition of the high intensity races that the players will do on a field which is of the same size. Massive changes on the regulatory front are mostly related in 7-a-side rugby to accelerating the game especially during kick-off any fouls or badly executed moves, results into free kicks, so that the game can proceed as quickly as possible and always according to the same logic the goal is to put a maximum
of intensity and we often see during 7s rugby games, we do not have many phases of scrums or throw-ins that last
too long since everything is regulated, especially during the World Series, where we have a very specific time to each phases so as to lose the least amount of time possible My next destination is London, so the tournament will be end of May, on May 27-28 and then right after that I will officiate during the home tournament in Paris, the Paris Sevens, June 1st and 2nd. Finally, I will take part in the
Olympic qualifiers tournament where we hope to see France be successful to participate to the Olympic Games Thank you Jeremy

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