Rugby sevens destinations through the eyes of fans

Updated 1020 GMT (1820 HKT) July 23, 2018
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Over 100,000 fans attended the Rugby World Cup Sevens in San Francisco. MARK RALSTON/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
The World Rugby Sevens Series will have another round for the women's competition in 2019 -- in Glendale, Colorado. MARK EVANS/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
The men's series kicks off at the end of November in Dubai. Francois Nel/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
The next stop is Cape Town. South Africa is the defending champion after pipping Fiji for the title in the 10-round series. Francois Nel/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
The event then moves to Hamilton in New Zealand. Fiona Goodall/Getty Images AsiaPac/Getty Images
Australia is the defending women's champion. Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images AsiaPac/Getty Images
The Las Vegas and Hong Kong legs are the only three-day events. Brandon Magnus /Getty Images North America/Getty Images
In May, the women's tour arrives in Langford, Canada. Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images North America/Getty Images
The Hong Kong sevens has established a reputation for its vibrant fan atmosphere. Power Sport Images/Getty Images for HSBC
Singapore's National Stadium has a 55,000 capacity. Suhaimi Abdullah/Getty Images AsiaPac/Getty Images
The 2019 series also welcomes Japan, who secured a place by winning the Hong Kong qualifier in April. David Rogers/Getty Images South America/Getty Images
The penultimate destination is Twickenham in London. Linnea Rheborg/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
The series comes to a close for both men and women in Paris, France. ISAAC LAWRENCE/AFP/AFP/Getty Images