Record crowd for FanCam at London Sevens
All fans who attended the final day of the HSBC Sevens World Series are now able to find and tag themselves in the Sevens Fan Cam.
Day one in London produced the biggest ever crowd for a single day of Rugby Sevens, 60,050 fans passing through the turnstiles at Twickenham to witness the pool stages of the Marriott London Sevens.
The two-day Sevens crowd record was broken on day two, with a total of 103,027 fans in attendance over the 12-13 May.
Before the finals on the second day's play a 360-degree photograph was taken, capturing every corner of the stadium.
Fans can find themselves at www.irbsevens.com/fancam, and tag themselves in the picture and share with friends.
So far this season there have been three Sevens Fancams. The first was taken before the Cup final won by Fiji at the Gold Coast Sevens in Australia. The second was taken before England's victory against France in Dubai and the third before Fiji's dramatic win in Hong Kong.
Fans who attended those events can also still tag themselves in the photos.
FanCam is a 5-billion pixel social media technology solution, combining the latest in Gigapixel technology with customised social media, allowing fans to interact with the photograph and share their tag on other social media platforms, such as Facebook.