Tim Mikkleson

Rugby Sevens
About Tim

The Waikato speedster has been a standout performer for the All Blacks Sevens since making his debut in 2008 where he ran in 10 tries in his first three tournaments.

He has crossed the line more times than any other New Zealand sevens player and is in the top five highest try scorers in Sevens Series history. His stunning form in 2013 when New Zealand won the Sevens Series and the Sevens Rugby World Cup in Moscow saw him named IRB Sevens Player of the Year.

Mikkelson has been part of the team that has won five Sevens Series titles, two World Cup and two Commonwealth Games gold medals.  He is the most capped player in the NZ Sevens team history.

He had six seasons playing for Waikato in the NPC before he had to commit to being full time with the All Black Sevens where he amassed over 50 caps and 20 tries playing wing and fullback. 

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Career Highlights
2008

Made his debut for the All Black Sevens, where he ran in 10 tries in his first three tournaments

2008

2008 - 2013; played for Waikato

2009

2009 - 2010; played for the Chiefs

2010

Won gold at Commonweath Games in Delhi 2010 as part of the men's rugby sevens team

2013

Mikkelson was awarded the IRB Sevens Player of the Year for the 2012–13 season

2014

Won silver at the Glasgow 2014 Commonweath Games as part of the All Blacks Seven's team

2016

Competed at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games finishing fifth as a member of the men's Seven's side, he was also team co-captain

2018

Won gold at Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games

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