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Great Britain’s 2016 Olympics silver medal-winning sevens team – where are they now?

James Rodwell (England) – As well as featuring in the Delhi 2010 and Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, Rodwell helped England to bronze at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018. He was named acting head coach of the men’s side in 2020, but is also thought to have been released from his contract.

Dan Bibby (England) –  In 2018 he helped Team England to a bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games. An ever-influential member of the group, Bibby. has featured in all but one of England’s 2019/20 HSBC World Sevens Series legs to date, scoring 52 points. Will now be looking for an opportunity in 15’s after the RFU tore up the mens Sevens contracts.

James Davies (Wales) – The flanker has become one of the leading openside flankers in the Guinness PRO14 with Scarlets. A try-scorer in the Scarlets’ PRO12 Grand Final triumph in Dublin in 2017, he won his first Wales cap against Italy at the Principality Stadium in 2018 and was man of the match in successive Tests on tour in Argentina the same year. Was part of Wales’ 2019 Rugby World Cup campaign, but a persistent hip issue has ruled him out of the Scarlets’ season.

Ollie Lindsay-Hague (England) – Left Harlequins in 2016 to sign a full-time contract with England Sevens. He  scored 12 tries in 20 matches after featuring in the opening four legs of the 2019-20 World Series. Injury ruled him out of LA and Vancouver. Also now a free agent.