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Ian Foster sets sights on All Blacks coach job

Foster, in his eighth season as a Hansen deputy, told reporters in Auckland on Wednesday that he was keen to step up.

"If you're asking me what happens after [the World Cup], then we'll have to wait and see," the former Chiefs coach said.

"I'm absolutely committed to this team. This is my eighth season, and I'm keen to carry on. I'm excited about an opportunity to put my name in the ring as a head coach, but that's the future."

7s super coach to attend POM fundraiser

A veteran of 22 seasons, Tietjens is regarded as New Zealand’s and the sport’s most successful coach.

He has coached well over 100 international Sevens Tournaments since taking over the New Zealand sides in 1994.

Under Tietjens, the All Blacks Sevens team has become the most successful in the world, winning four Commonwealth games gold medals, 11 HSBC World Series Sevens titles including the 2012/2013 series, and two IRB Sevens World Championship titles in 2001 and in 2013.

Farah confirms split from Salazar

Farah, 34, said he was moving back to London, leading to his split from Salazar after more than six years working together.

The British long-distance runner said he would team up with Gary Lough, who has coached wife Paula Radcliffe.

"I'm moving back home, London, I really miss home," Farah said in a video posted on Twitter.

"Seeing my kids the way they were in the summer at the World Championships, I'm going to be back there. I'm very excited.