Kick off for the World Cup Sevens is less than 48 hours away now and the All Blacks Sevens sweated it out on their training paddock yesterday.

Among them is Dylan Collier, a rangy forward from Ōpōtiki who's determined to succeed.

On this, his debut, he says he is soaking it all in.

"We came over a couple of days early and got to experience a little bit. It's been an awesome experience so far and I just can't wait for the weekend." 

The All Black Sevens eyeing up to be the first-ever team in the men's competition win back-to-back in the World Cup Sevens.

Their first game will kick-off this Saturday 21 at 3:31 PM.