Raw speed with Norton, Isles and Walker
This weekend the fans at the Gold Coast Sevens will be treated to some of the best Rugby Sevens at Skilled Park.
Throughout the season we will be going behind-the-scenes at training to find out how the best in the world chisel themselves into shape for the Sevens.
In this video ahead of the first round of the HSBC Sevens World Series we are looking at raw speed and spoke with three of the game's fastest players.
England's Dan Norton, USA's Carlin Isles and Australia's Shannon Walker have all shown what they can do on the biggest stage, and we hear their thoughts on the importance of raw speed, and how they train to be so quick.
Dan Norton: "It is pretty exhilarating to be fair, there is no other feeling than beating a man, going through and scoring and hearing the crowd roar. It is unforgettable how loud and how amazing it makes you feel inside as well."
Carlin Isles: "When I know I am going to get the ball and gas someone my eyes light up like silver dollars. It is an incredible feeling knowing I have this space and I know I can out run this guy. It is incredible because you are doing what you love and I love running fast."
Shannon Walker: "It is good to have that speed. It is a big plus because you can't teach it. It helps heaps out wide and I back myself every time."
VIDEO! Norton, Isles and Walker talk speed