| 6 (First in 1993)|
| Runner-up (1993, 2001)|
The Australia national rugby sevens team represents Australia at international rugby sevens competitions such as the Sevens World Series and Rugby World Cup Sevens. The current captain of the team is Ed Jenkins, and the head coach is Andy Friend.
Rugby sevens is now recognised as an Olympic sport and made its debut in the 2016 Summer Olympics. Australia qualified for the tournament after winning the 2015 Oceania Sevens Championship.
Australia also competes at other international tournaments for rugby sevens, including in the Commonwealth Games.
Australia national rugby sevens team Wikipedia
The national sevens side is known as Australia and, as confirmed by head coach Andy Friend in an interview with Green and Gold Rugby website, does not have a nickname as of 2016. The team is sometimes erroneously referred to as the Aussie Thunderbolts in sections of the media, but that name refers to Australia's developmental sevens side (the second team) rather than the official national team.
At the inaugural Hong Kong Sevens tournament in 1976, Australia was represented by a selected team under the name Wallaroos, originally the name of one of the foundation clubs of the Southern Rugby Union in 1874, but now used for the Australian women's team in 15-a-side rugby. Australia has also been represented at international sevens tournaments by the Australian Barbarians club.A red box around the year indicates tournaments played within Australia
* asterisk indicates a shared placing
Hong Kong Sevens Winners 1979
Hong Kong Sevens Winners 1982
Hong Kong Sevens Winners 1983
Hong Kong Sevens Winners 1985
Sydney Sevens Winners 1987
Hong Kong Sevens Winners 1988
Paris Sevens Winners 1998
Wellington Sevens Winners 2001
Kuala Lumpur Sevens Winners 2001
Shanghai Sevens Winners 2001
Brisbane Sevens Winners 2002
London Sevens Winners 2010
Tokyo Sevens Winners 2012
The current head coach is Andy Friend who was appointed in January 2016.Sam Myers 2016
Ed Jenkins 2011–2016