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.
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.
Oceania Rugby and its member unions will celebrate the achievements of women in the region over the next month in a bid to further increase female participation in rugby.
New Cook Islands President, Ashleigh Wihongi-Willis, has big ambitions for rugby in the country.
Los Teros are still in contention to qualify for the next Rugby World Cup as Americas 1 after a 36-13 win against Brazil, while Tonga also move a step closer to competing in France.
Cook Islands coach Nathan Robinson has been working with the former Wasps playmaker ahead of the country’s Asia/Pacific qualifier against Tonga on Saturday.
We highlight the main movers and shakers in the World Rugby Men’s Rankings as Los Pumas achieve a rare away win in Wales.