One year ago today the record-breaking Rugby World Cup 2019 kicked off. We take a look at the impact made by the first tournament in Asia.
We profile seven stars of the sevens circuit ready to make an impact at Rugby World Cup 2021 in New Zealand.
It’s a little known fact that England hosted two World Cups involving rugby in 2015. The mixed ability version may not have attracted the same attention as the main event won by the All Blacks, but it was its equal in terms of passion and enjoyment.
The World Rugby Referee Talent Development Coach has used a games-based online learning tool to help test knowledge during the virtual programme.
Mai, a 13-year-old rugby player from Vietnam, has a hearing impairment and found it difficult to make friends prior to picking up a rugby ball two years ago.
World Rugby’s Year in Review 2019 publishes rugby’s latest global participation data, with 43.1 per cent of Asia’s new participants female.
We take a look at some of the moments of magic that have lit up the international arena in men’s, women’s, sevens and U20 rugby.
We select some of the most famous matches that could so easily have been lost to history through a variety of factors, from politics to atrocious weather and the death of a monarch to wild animals running amok in the streets of Tbilisi.
We take a look at the events leading up to Vernon Pugh’s historic announcement in Paris, 25 years ago.
To mark the 25th anniversary of the game going professional, World Rugby Chairman Bill Beaumont reflects on that momentous decision in Paris, on 26 August, 1995, and outlines his hopes for the next 25 years.