We are approaching the last two rounds of this year's HSBC Sevens World Series, and the Olympics are just over two years away.
The short format of the game will make its bow in Rio 2016 and is sure to provide plenty of thrills and spills for spectators in Brazil.
With the rise of the game’s popularity has come the age of the specialist Sevens player. Men like England’s Ben Gollings and Kenyan Collins Injera have become household names in the Sevens world but with its new Olympic status must come the temptation for some of the 15-a-side game’s bigger names to try their hand at winning an Olympic medal.
Here’s what some of the sides might look like.