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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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A masterclass in matching the maul

The rolling maul is becoming an increasingly potent attacking weapon. Conor O'Shea looks at the difficulties of stopping it

Carter leads migration for swansong

The news of James Horwill, Adam Ashley-Cooper and Dan Carter's respective transfers will open the floodgates, writes Tom Hamilton

All Blacks boosted by rugby export market

Kiwi coaches can be found far and wide across the globe, and Murray Mexted believes the All Blacks benefit every bit as much as their rivals

French giants set the European pace

Clermont, Toulon, player burnout, Sam Burgess and a farewell to Adams Park - Monday Maul looks back at the weekend's action

Gareth Delve to Japan?