World Rugby and International Rugby Players have published new contact training load guidance aimed at reducing injury risk and supporting short and long-term player welfare.
We caught up with Iroquois Roots Rugby co-founder Melanie Squire to discuss how the organisation coped during the pandemic and what the future holds.
Tackle coaching in rugby is set to be transformed with the global launch of Tackle Ready, which aims to reduce the risk of head injury at all levels of the sport by improving technique.
More than 300 million people worldwide currently live with some form of colour vision deficiency and World Rugby is committed to ensuring they can enjoy the game at all levels.
World Rugby can confirm that Joe Schmidt has decided to leave the organisation at the end of the year to spend more time at home in New Zealand with his family.
A programme of online coaching seminars, aimed at the high performance women’s game and involving some of the world’s best-known coaches, gets underway on Thursday, 2 September.
We highlight the main movers and shakers in the World Rugby Men’s Rankings as Los Pumas achieve a rare away win in Wales.
In this week's episode of World Rugby’s YouTube show, the former England backs look ahead to the British and Irish Lions’ tour match against South Africa A, while Ugo’s sporting knowledge is put to the test.
An open letter to the global rugby family by World Rugby Chairman Sir Bill Beaumont setting out the sport's unwavering commitment to cement rugby as the most progressive sport on player welfare.
A dedicated focus on welfare for former players, women and the community game are at the heart of a new six-point plan to advance player welfare in rugby, announced by World Rugby and national unions today.