As the players prepare for yet another stop on the World Sevens Series circuit we have picked out the five players to keep an eye out for this weekend.
The 2017 World Sevens Player of the Year has been in fine form in 2018 and scored what has been dubbed by many as the greatest try ever scored in World Rugby Sevens history in Las Vegas.
Baker is one of the quickest men on the circuit and has a skill set to match that speed.
The former World Sevens Player of the Year was in outstanding form for an injury ridden Blitzboks side in Las Vegas last weekend and one would expect him to be even better in Vancouver.
Afrika's playmaking skills and lightning pace make him one of the deadliest attackers in the
Fijian pocket rocket - like Afrika - is extremely difficult to defend, he has one best side steps in the game and has the ability to complete almost impossible offloads.
The smallest player on Fiji's team also looks to get his teammates over the line and has a never say die attitude on defence.
One of Canada's most important players, Nate Hirayama, will look to steer his side to victory on home soil this weekend.
The playmaker has an accurate boot and runs the Canadians attack. Hirayama is currently the top points scorer for the 2017/18 World Sevens Series.
Argentina has been a surprise package on the circuit this season and the Osadczuk has played a large part in Los Pumas 7s success.
The youngster has been a real workhorse for his side as has scored at important times for the Argentines.