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Chris Cracknell Column
May 10, 2012:  "As I write more than 90,000 tickets have been sold for this weekend's Sevens at Twickenham. It's set to be a fantastic finale". England's Chris Cracknell writes
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Mar 21, 2012:  "The week surrounding the Hong Kong Sevens is chaotic and unique in so many ways but England have serious work to do this week," says Chris Cracknell
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Feb 17, 2012:  "England's trip to Sin City has come and gone and for the foreseeable future we will be haunted by the demons of an unsatisfactory weekend." England's Chris Cracknell writes
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Feb 8, 2012:  "This week I can say I have got as close to time travel as is humanly possible." England Sevens' Chris Cracknell reports back from the latest leg of the HSBC Sevens World Series
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Feb 1, 2012:  "I kept my New Year's resolutions simple this year: travel with less kit and win the HSBC Sevens World Series." England Sevens' Chris Cracknell reports back from Wellington
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Dec 15, 2011:  "After 36 hours, the journey is finally over. The first three legs are finished and we're in a frustrating fourth place." England Sevens' Chris Cracknell writes
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Dec 9, 2011:  Hosts South Africa set the standard on the opening day of the latest HSBC Sevens World Series event in Port Elizabeth
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Dec 7, 2011:  "Winning! It has a nice ring to it, doesn't it? It's good to be part of an England side that successfully defended its Dubai title." England Sevens' Chris Cracknell writes
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Nov 29, 2011:  "The hairs on the back of my neck are already standing up at the thought of running out in front of a huge Dubai crowd." England Sevens' Chris Cracknell writes
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Nov 23, 2011:  "Our ethos is that we're all here to win together and support each other on and off the field. That's our bottom line." England's Chris Cracknell reports from Australia
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