New Zealand’s Tyla Nathan-Wong escaping Canadian clutches during the 2017 World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series final in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka prefecture, Japan. Photo: AFP New Zealand’s Tyla Nathan-Wong escaping Canadian clutches during the 2017 World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series final in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka prefecture, Japan. Photo: AFP
New Zealand’s Tyla Nathan-Wong escaping Canadian clutches during the 2017 World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series final in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka prefecture, Japan. Photo: AFP

Black Ferns sevens star Tyla Nathan-Wong doubles down on 2020 Tokyo Olympics gold after Covid-19-shortened season

  • Record-breaking Nathan-Wong describes fifteens transition and motivation drops after cancellations and postponements
  • The two-time World Cup winner wants gold after team’s scintillating World Sevens Series season

Topic |   Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
New Zealand’s Tyla Nathan-Wong escaping Canadian clutches during the 2017 World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series final in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka prefecture, Japan. Photo: AFP New Zealand’s Tyla Nathan-Wong escaping Canadian clutches during the 2017 World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series final in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka prefecture, Japan. Photo: AFP
New Zealand’s Tyla Nathan-Wong escaping Canadian clutches during the 2017 World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series final in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka prefecture, Japan. Photo: AFP
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