"There is a lot of factor 50 on this body!"
Scotland defence coach Steve Tandy on surviving the hot conditions of the team's training base in Nice
"I don't know if that's a blessing for us or not!"
England captain Owen Farrell on not going to Disneyland as his youngest son can't appreciate it yet
"I ate lots of baguettes and cheese and butter and ice creams. We had a nice time. I might have paid for it at the end of last week. Hopefully it's digested and not repeating on me. I hope it doesn't cost me too much on the fitness this week."
England prop Dan Cole on treating himself when his children visited him on the team's bye week
"We've spiced up our week to keep on top of things, like the boys have got lists of things that they've got to clean around the facility. We've got groups cleaning the team room and the ice baths, sauna. We could be in uni or like a school camp."
New Zealand fly-half Richie Mo'unga on how the All Blacks are filling their time at their base in Lyon
'I might take some cava to Fiji'
"I might take some cava to Fiji, think of giving Marika [Koroibete] and Suli [Vunivalu] credit cards and get them to go to the Fijian camp with some cava. Maybe that might work."
Australia head coach Eddie Jones on his plans for his days off this week
“I like that there is a lot of talk about rugby, that it is even criticised. I love being a topic of conversation."
Chile head coach Pablo Lemoine on rugby becoming more of a mainstream sport in the nation
"It was suicide."
Portugal manager Patrice Lagisquet on his side still trying to play it wide when down to 14 players
"There were 45,000 people, fantastic atmosphere. How good is this game of rugby? We are lucky to be involved. What a beautiful game."
It's that man Eddie Jones again, marvelling at the spectacle of his Wallabies playing Portugal at Stade Geoffroy-Guichard
"My debut last week for the 'Ikale Tahi, but it was also after the game walking round the field with my three kids. It hit different. It was like a full-circle moment. My old man played for Tonga and now my kids were on the pitch with me. It was a different feeling from the 2019 World Cup."
Tonga lock Adam Coleman, formerly with the Wallabies, on his favourite Rugby World Cup 2023 moment so far