World Rugby has launched its annual call for applications to fund research projects with the aim of promoting evidence-based enhancements in player welfare priority areas, including concussion.
World Rugby has announced the re-appointment of Christopher Quinlan QC as Independent Judicial Panel Chairman for another four-year term.
The laws of rugby union have changed significantly since the game’s first law book in 1845.
World Rugby is joining the global sporting community in supporting the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Play True Day on 9 April to help promote the importance of a clean sport.
Identifying the principles for an equitable, safe and evidence-based rugby-specific policy for transgender participation was the focus of a ground-breaking and productive World Rugby meeting in London this week.
South Africa’s Pieter-Steph du Toit and England’s Emily Scarratt have been named World Rugby Men’s and Women’s 15s Player of the Year 2019 in association with Mastercard at the World Rugby Awards in Tokyo, Japan, on Sunday.
RWC 2019 turns pink as all 20 teams join forces over a special weekend to trumpet the fight against doping in rugby.
All 20 teams at RWC 2019 will unite to get behind Keep Rugby Clean weekend on 5-6 October in a show of solidarity and support for World Rugby’s anti-doping education and awareness programme.
Continued focus on intelligent, risk-based testing with two-thirds of tests conducted out of competition
Players, teams, officials and tournament staff at the World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 in Argentina have pledged to maintain a level playing field in rugby by uniting behind Keep Rugby Clean Day.