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Date set for Rugby World Cup 2021 Draw
Rugby World Cup 2021 Draw will take place in Auckland on Friday, 20 November, 2020
Emily Scarratt breaks French line
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Women’s Six Nations: What’s to play for
With the Women’s Six Nations 2020 set to resume, we take a look at what’s at stake for the competing nations.
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Six Nations, Autumn Nations Cup and Rugby World Cup qualifiers: Steyn and Franco on Italy’s return to international rugby
Braam Steyn and a youthful-looking Azzurri side are ready to cause an upset as international rugby resumes. Giada Franco and her Azzurre teammates have it all to play for as RWC 2021 qualification looms. Here both players reveal their preparations for an exciting series of fixtures.
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Take our Women's Six Nations quiz
How much do you know about the northern hemisphere’s premier women’s international competition?
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Ireland plotting Six Nations, Autumn Nations Cup and Rugby World Cup qualification success
Andy Farrell and Adam Griggs face a busy few months as Ireland’s men and women each compete on two fronts.
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Vote for the World Rugby 15s Players of the Decade
Rugby fans across the world have up until 25 October, 2020 to vote for their World Rugby Men’s and Women’s 15s Players of the Decade.
Taulapapa Brenda Heather-Latu
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Heather-Latu makes history as first woman chair of Oceania Rugby judiciary
Taulapapa Brenda Heather-Latu speaks about her love of rugby and the honour of becoming the first woman chair of Oceania Rugby’s Judicial Committee.
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World Rugby Awards Special Edition: Fans’ Choice voting now open!
Voting will remain open until 25 October, as supporters are given the opportunity to have their say on six Fans’ Choice categories at a special virtual edition of the World Rugby Awards.
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Beth Onesemo striving for gender equity in Samoan rugby
The World Rugby Women’s Executive Leadership Scholarship recipient, who serves on the Samoa Rugby Union board, believes attitudes are beginning to change for the better.
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Players, female leaders and greater global representation on interim World Rugby committees
Rassie Erasmus, Melodie Robinson, Conrad Smith and Bryan Habana are among a host of leading players and coaches who have been appointed to World Rugby interim committees.
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World Rugby approves updated transgender participation guidelines
World Rugby has approved updated transgender participation guidelines following a comprehensive, collaborative and transparent review of its existing guidance.
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World Rugby appoints Joe Schmidt as Director of Rugby and High Performance
World Rugby has announced the appointment of Joe Schmidt as the international federation's Director of Rugby and High Performance.
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Rugby in Peru in safe hands with CEO Sisy Quiroz
Despite her footballing background, Sisy Quiroz leads an exciting period of nationwide growth for rugby in Peru.
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Fiji legend Rauluni reflects on five of the nation’s greatest rugby wins
Former Fiji captain and assistant coach, Mosese Rauluni, knows firsthand what it’s like to be part of one of the most exciting teams in rugby. Here he picks out five of Fiji’s most memorable wins.
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Farah Palmer Cup playing “hugely important” role in development of female rugby coaches
There are currently seven female coaches and eight managers working across the 13 Farah Palmer Cup sides.
Lebanese rugby players help out in Beirut
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Rugby community helping Beirut to rebuild following explosion
Asia Rugby’s new video shines a light on the work being done in Beirut by members of the city’s rugby-playing community.
Rugby World Cup 2021
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Date set for Rugby World Cup 2021 Draw
Rugby World Cup 2021 Draw will take place in Auckland on Friday, 20 November, 2020
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Six Nations, Autumn Nations Cup and Rugby World Cup qualifiers: Steyn and Franco on Italy’s return to international rugby
Braam Steyn and a youthful-looking Azzurri side are ready to cause an upset as international rugby resumes. Giada Franco and her Azzurre teammates have it all to play for as RWC 2021 qualification looms. Here both players reveal their preparations for an exciting series of fixtures.
Ireland v Wales - Guinness Six Nations
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Ireland plotting Six Nations, Autumn Nations Cup and Rugby World Cup qualification success
Andy Farrell and Adam Griggs face a busy few months as Ireland’s men and women each compete on two fronts.
Inge Visser
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Inge Visser takes next step on coaching journey with internship
Former Netherlands international is delighted to have the opportunity to put her theories into practice as part of the Coaching Internship Programme for Rugby World Cup 2021.
Laurian Johannes - new South Africa Women's U20 head coach
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Laurian Johannes-Haupt aiming to guide female coaches in South Africa
The former South Africa and Western Province prop discusses how the Coaching Internship Programme for Rugby World Cup 2021 can have a lasting impact on the women’s game.
USA Women's assistant coach Kate Daley
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Kate Daley humbled but honoured to be part of coaching initiative
Former USA captain Kate Daley believes initiatives like the Rugby World Cup 2021 Coaching Internship Partnership are vital to enable more women to earn high performance coaching roles.
Fijiana Captain's Run
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Fijiana out to “make waves” at Rugby World Cup 2021
Fijiana captain Sereima Leweniqila is determined to go out on a high at Rugby World Cup 2021.
Super Rugby AU Rd 9 - Brumbies v Force
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Super Rugby’s first female referee, Amy Perrett, on making history
World Rugby caught up with Australian referee Amy Perrett who became the first woman to officiate a Super Rugby match, in Canberra last month.
Amy Turner of England
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Turner prize is coveted coaching internship
Former England international Amy Turner is honoured to be a part of World Rugby’s Coaching Internship Programme as she looks forward to helping the Red Roses prepare for Rugby World Cup 2021.
Maria Gallo of Canada at RWC 2006
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Maria Gallo: a fearless ambassador for the women’s game
Former Canada winger and assistant women’s 15s coach, Maria Gallo, hopes World Rugby’s Coaching Internship Programme will help eradicate the misconception in some quarters that rugby is “a man’s world”.
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Jess Breach: England winger has eyes set on Rugby World Cup 2021
England and Harlequins Women winger Jess Breach chats to World Rugby about her hopes for Rugby World Cup 2021.
WRWC 2017 semi-final: New Zealand v USA
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10 of the greatest women’s Rugby World Cup tries
With Rugby World Cup 2021 set to kick off in less than 12 months’ time, we take a look at 10 of the best tries ever to be scored at the tournament.
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Six unions confirm Rugby World Cup 2021 coaching interns
Canada, France, USA, England, South Africa and Australia and the first Rugby World Cup 2021 participating unions to confirm their coaching interns as part of the Coaching Internship Programme fully funded by World Rugby, as part of IOC international development grant.
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Black Ferns to play opening Rugby World Cup 2021 match at Eden Park
Rugby World Cup 2021 in New Zealand celebrates the one year to go milestone.
WRWC 2017: Final - England v New Zealand
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Rugby World Cup: The story so far
World Rugby takes a stroll down memory lane to look back at the eight previous women’s editions of Rugby World Cup.
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One year to go: Rugby World Cup 2021 gives New Zealand opportunity to inspire
Farah Palmer, Melissa Ruscoe, Selica Winiata and Rachael Burford look ahead to next September’s tournament, and discuss the impact RWC 2021 could have on New Zealand and beyond.
Around The Regions
Emily Scarratt breaks French line
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Women’s Six Nations: What’s to play for
With the Women’s Six Nations 2020 set to resume, we take a look at what’s at stake for the competing nations.
Taulapapa Brenda Heather-Latu
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Heather-Latu makes history as first woman chair of Oceania Rugby judiciary
Taulapapa Brenda Heather-Latu speaks about her love of rugby and the honour of becoming the first woman chair of Oceania Rugby’s Judicial Committee.
Beth Onesemo at a Pacific Region meeting
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Beth Onesemo striving for gender equity in Samoan rugby
The World Rugby Women’s Executive Leadership Scholarship recipient, who serves on the Samoa Rugby Union board, believes attitudes are beginning to change for the better.
Sisy Quiroz, Peru
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Rugby in Peru in safe hands with CEO Sisy Quiroz
Despite her footballing background, Sisy Quiroz leads an exciting period of nationwide growth for rugby in Peru.
Lebanese rugby players help out in Beirut
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Rugby community helping Beirut to rebuild following explosion
Asia Rugby’s new video shines a light on the work being done in Beirut by members of the city’s rugby-playing community.
Marjorie Enya
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Marjorie Enya and María Catalina Palacio Gaviria join World Rugby and Sudamérica Rugby Councils
Previous World Rugby’s Women’s Executive Leadership Scholarship recipients Marjorie Enya and María Catalina Palacio Gaviria will take their seats at World Rugby and Sudamérica Rugby’s (SAR) Councils respectively, it was announced this weekend after SAR’s Annual General Assembly.
India women win first test
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Try And Stop Us: Unions and regions driving “Unstoppable” momentum
World Rugby has created a Try and Stop Us Toolkit to let unions guide its second phase, with Unstoppable campaigns launched across three global regions.
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Shanae Gordon hopes to use JOA scholarship to benefit rugby in Jamaica
The Jamaica women’s sevens player is keen to help spread awareness of the game on the Caribbean island as one of four recipients of the scholarship scheme.
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“Awesome women doing awesome things” at Rugby Canada’s Maple Leaf Academy
Rugby Canada’s Coordinator Women’s High Performance, Kristy Martin Hale, talks about the giant strides made towards achieving gender equality in the sport.
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Rugby United helps refugee children in Germany rebuild their lives
World Rugby’s Spirit of Rugby partner, Rugby United, has been helping the physical and mental wellbeing of refugee children in Germany for the past four years.
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Rugby Africa sets up Women's Advisory Committee
The newly created commission will focus on governance and leadership, competitions, player welfare, development and retention to meet strategic goals for women’s rugby across the continent.
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Rugby Clinic on Tour helped “keep game alive” in Thailand
World Rugby talks to Thailand sevens head coach Lote Raikabula about the success of the Chang Rugby Clinic on Tour 2020, which took the game to six provinces around the Asian country.
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Inaugural Women’s Online Forum helping rugby reach more of the Americas
Following the final instalment of the Rugby Americas North Women’s Online Forum, we take a look at the impact of the inaugural event.
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Mais Khoury plotting a course for female rugby coaches in Jordan
World Rugby talks to the 30-year-old Jordan international, who has grand plans for the women’s game in the Middle Eastern nation.
Kenya win Elgon Cup
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The Elgon Cup: A celebration of Kenya and Uganda rugby
We explore the rugby rivalry between Kenya and Uganda in the annual battle for the Elgon Cup.
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Farah Palmer Cup: New Zealand's women players line up for rugby's return
As the Farah Palmer Cup kicks off next week, we meet some of the stars ready to return to the pitch in the country’s highest level domestic competition.
Power Game
Taulapapa Brenda Heather-Latu
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Heather-Latu makes history as first woman chair of Oceania Rugby judiciary
Taulapapa Brenda Heather-Latu speaks about her love of rugby and the honour of becoming the first woman chair of Oceania Rugby’s Judicial Committee.
Beth Onesemo at a Pacific Region meeting
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Beth Onesemo striving for gender equity in Samoan rugby
The World Rugby Women’s Executive Leadership Scholarship recipient, who serves on the Samoa Rugby Union board, believes attitudes are beginning to change for the better.
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Players, female leaders and greater global representation on interim World Rugby committees
Rassie Erasmus, Melodie Robinson, Conrad Smith and Bryan Habana are among a host of leading players and coaches who have been appointed to World Rugby interim committees.
Sisy Quiroz, Peru
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Rugby in Peru in safe hands with CEO Sisy Quiroz
Despite her footballing background, Sisy Quiroz leads an exciting period of nationwide growth for rugby in Peru.
Marjorie Enya
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Marjorie Enya and María Catalina Palacio Gaviria join World Rugby and Sudamérica Rugby Councils
Previous World Rugby’s Women’s Executive Leadership Scholarship recipients Marjorie Enya and María Catalina Palacio Gaviria will take their seats at World Rugby and Sudamérica Rugby’s (SAR) Councils respectively, it was announced this weekend after SAR’s Annual General Assembly.
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Kirby Sefo drawing on her own adversity to inspire young women
The former Wallaroo has created Subbed, a programme which uses rugby to encourage young women to talk about social issues including mental health and sexuality.
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Inaugural Women’s Online Forum helping rugby reach more of the Americas
Following the final instalment of the Rugby Americas North Women’s Online Forum, we take a look at the impact of the inaugural event.
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Sudamérica Rugby appoints Bárbara Pichot as first-ever Women’s Rugby Coordinator
The regional association has introduced the role with the goal to continue promoting the game in South and Central America.
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Flying the flag for women’s rugby: Babalwa Latsha, the first African women’s player to go professional
Springbok women’s captain Babalwa Latsha made history when she became the first African women’s rugby player to turn professional in January 2020. Here she shares her rugby journey and hopes for the growth and development of the women’s game.
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Zoe Saynor keen to help Harlequins create a safe space for LGBTQ+ community
Harlequins Women second-row Zoe Saynor discusses her involvement in the club’s Pride match against London Irish in February.
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Between the Lines: Katie Sadleir
On the latest episode of the World Rugby podcast, World Rugby’s General Manager of Women’s Rugby, Katie Sadleir, talks to Sean Maloney about growing the game across the world.
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Elaine Vassie putting down roots with the Dallas Jackals
Dallas Jackals assistant general manager and assistant coach Elaine Vassie talks to World Rugby about her new life in the USA, where she is helping the game to flourish.
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World Rugby launches governance review process
World Rugby has today launched an independent-led governance review, chaired by Sir Hugh Robertson KCMG PC DL.
13 June, 1982: first women's international match France v Netherlands
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The story behind the first-ever women's international
On this day in 1982, France met the Netherlands in Utrecht – the first-ever women's international match. Here we look back on an historic date which has almost been forgotten.
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Between the Lines: Women’s Rugby World Cup 1991 special
Deborah Griffin, Sue Dorrington and Carol Isherwood join Sean Maloney to discuss the stories behind the first ever women’s Rugby World Cup.
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Rugby India harnesses power of ‘Unstoppable’ women
Black Fern Stacey Fluhler was the guest of honour as Rugby India celebrated the work being done by World Rugby’s ‘Try And Stop Us’ ambassadors.
Born Leaders
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Farah Palmer Cup playing “hugely important” role in development of female rugby coaches
There are currently seven female coaches and eight managers working across the 13 Farah Palmer Cup sides.
Inge Visser
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Inge Visser takes next step on coaching journey with internship
Former Netherlands international is delighted to have the opportunity to put her theories into practice as part of the Coaching Internship Programme for Rugby World Cup 2021.
Laurian Johannes - new South Africa Women's U20 head coach
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Laurian Johannes-Haupt aiming to guide female coaches in South Africa
The former South Africa and Western Province prop discusses how the Coaching Internship Programme for Rugby World Cup 2021 can have a lasting impact on the women’s game.
USA Women's assistant coach Kate Daley
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Kate Daley humbled but honoured to be part of coaching initiative
Former USA captain Kate Daley believes initiatives like the Rugby World Cup 2021 Coaching Internship Partnership are vital to enable more women to earn high performance coaching roles.
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“Awesome women doing awesome things” at Rugby Canada’s Maple Leaf Academy
Rugby Canada’s Coordinator Women’s High Performance, Kristy Martin Hale, talks about the giant strides made towards achieving gender equality in the sport.
Super Rugby AU Rd 9 - Brumbies v Force
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Super Rugby’s first female referee, Amy Perrett, on making history
World Rugby caught up with Australian referee Amy Perrett who became the first woman to officiate a Super Rugby match, in Canberra last month.
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Owens and Neville to make officiating history
November will see history created for match officials with Nigel Owens set to become the first to take charge of 100 test matches and Joy Neville the first female to perform TMO duties for a major men's international competition.
Amy Turner of England
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Turner prize is coveted coaching internship
Former England international Amy Turner is honoured to be a part of World Rugby’s Coaching Internship Programme as she looks forward to helping the Red Roses prepare for Rugby World Cup 2021.
Maria Gallo of Canada at RWC 2006
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Maria Gallo: a fearless ambassador for the women’s game
Former Canada winger and assistant women’s 15s coach, Maria Gallo, hopes World Rugby’s Coaching Internship Programme will help eradicate the misconception in some quarters that rugby is “a man’s world”.
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Six unions confirm Rugby World Cup 2021 coaching interns
Canada, France, USA, England, South Africa and Australia and the first Rugby World Cup 2021 participating unions to confirm their coaching interns as part of the Coaching Internship Programme fully funded by World Rugby, as part of IOC international development grant.
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Craig Joubert harnessing “competitive spirit” to up-skill match officials during Virtual High Performance Academy
The World Rugby Referee Talent Development Coach has used a games-based online learning tool to help test knowledge during the virtual programme.
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Eddie Jones happy to share secrets of his success through Virtual High Performance Academy
The England coach has kept busy during lockdown, passing on his considerable coaching knowledge to participants in the World Rugby Virtual High Performance Academy.
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Jenny Davies: From the front row to the middle
Upcoming WRU referee Jenny Davies is encouraged by the increasing number of women who are following her lead and taking up the whistle
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New global women’s rugby survey aims to bridge gender data gap
A global research collaborative group has launched the largest ever women-specific rugby injury research project to collect valuable data that they hope will make the game safer.
Giselle Mather talks to Barbarian Women's squad
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Giselle Mather forced out of her coaching ‘comfort zone’ due to COVID-19
The Wasps Ladies director of rugby talks to World Rugby about coaching in a pandemic and watching four of her former charges playing at Rugby World Cup 2019.
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Mais Khoury plotting a course for female rugby coaches in Jordan
World Rugby talks to the 30-year-old Jordan international, who has grand plans for the women’s game in the Middle Eastern nation.
Sevens Heaven
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Shanae Gordon hopes to use JOA scholarship to benefit rugby in Jamaica
The Jamaica women’s sevens player is keen to help spread awareness of the game on the Caribbean island as one of four recipients of the scholarship scheme.
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HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series Awards 2020 winners announced
Twenty-four winners have been confirmed across six men’s and women’s award categories.
HSBC Canada Women's Sevens 2019
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From sevens to 15s: The likely stars of New Zealand 2021
We profile seven stars of the sevens circuit ready to make an impact at Rugby World Cup 2021 in New Zealand.
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Inspirational Jodie Ounsley breaking down barriers on and off the rugby pitch
World Rugby caught up with Sale Sharks Women and England Sevens winger Jodie Ounsley to talk about her meteoric rise within the game.
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Date set for HSBC World Rugby Sevens Awards 2020
The HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2020 Awards winners will be announced on Monday, 21 September.
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Kenya Lionesses out to create a rugby legacy at Tokyo 2020
The Kenya women’s rugby sevens team have been using the country’s lockdown to plan how they will take on the world at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Rio 2016: France and Spain women run out at Deodoro Stadium on day one
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Rugby at the Olympics: Creating sevens history at Rio 2016
Patricia Garcia, Jade Ulutule and Pierre Gilles Lakafia talk to World Rugby about Rio 2016 and their roles in the first men’s and women’s sevens matches to be played at an Olympic Games.
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One Year To Go: Japan hope to establish sevens culture through Tokyo 2020
Kensuke Iwabuchi and Hitoshi Inada talk to World Rugby about their hope that the Olympic Games will leave a lasting legacy of sevens in Japan.
Rugby - Olympics: Day 6
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One Year To Go: Looking ahead to Tokyo 2020
As the countdown to the Tokyo Olympic Games begins in earnest, we take a look at the frontrunners, the most-improved teams and those set to make their debut.
2019 HSBC Cape Town Sevens: Day 3
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Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games rugby sevens schedule confirmed
The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games organising committee and the International Olympic Committee have announced the revised competition schedule for the Tokyo Olympic Games which were postponed by a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with the opening ceremony now set for 23 July, 2021.
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Rugby gold: Australia edge New Zealand to Olympic title in Rio
We revisit the Olympic Games women’s sevens tournament final from Rio 2016, which Australia won to create history.
Portia Woodman - Sao Paulo Sevens
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Commentator Rikki Swannell picks seven women who helped change the face of rugby sevens
Sky Sports Rugby commentator Rikki Swannell picks seven players who embody the growth that women’s sevens has made since the inaugural World Rugby Sevens Series.
Olympic Day
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Rugby sevens stars #StayActive on Olympic Day
Rugby sevens players are joining athletes from all Olympic sports to encourage fans to ‘stay active’ as part of the annual Olympic Day commemorations on 23 June
Rugby - Olympics: Day 3
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Between the Lines: Alicia Lucas
Olympic gold medallist Alicia Lucas tells Sean Maloney about the legacy of Australia’s success at Rio 2016 in the Land Down Under.
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Charity Williams: ‘The most important thing is people are talking’
Canada women’s sevens star Charity Williams discusses her involvement in recent anti-racism protests in Victoria.
2020 Sydney Sevens
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24 Sevens: Canada-Black Ferns rivalry becomes a trilogy in episode four
As episode four of 24 Sevens is released, World Rugby takes a look back at Canada’s attempt to topple New Zealand at the HSBC Sydney Sevens 2020.
Classic Matches
Photo of Fiji men's sevens at Rio 2016
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Fiji legend Rauluni reflects on five of the nation’s greatest rugby wins
Former Fiji captain and assistant coach, Mosese Rauluni, knows firsthand what it’s like to be part of one of the most exciting teams in rugby. Here he picks out five of Fiji’s most memorable wins.
Huw Jones playing for Scotland against England in the 2018 Six Nations Championship
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15 miracle rugby plays throughout history
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.
Philippe Bernat-Salles celebrates against New Zealand
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10 of the greatest rugby match comebacks of all time
We take a look at some of the biggest, and most unlikely, comeback victories that have occurred in international sevens and 15s rugby.
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Making a statement: How Alison Miller and Ireland stunned England
Former Ireland winger Alison Miller and captain Fiona Coghlan reminisce about the team’s first ever victory against England, which came during the Women’s Six Nations 2013.
Rugby - Olympics: Day 3
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Rugby gold: Australia edge New Zealand to Olympic title in Rio
We revisit the Olympic Games women’s sevens tournament final from Rio 2016, which Australia won to create history.
2017 HSBC Sydney Sevens
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Watch LIVE rugby TODAY … USA v Canada at the HSBC Sydney Sevens 2017
Relive the first-ever HSBC Sydney Sevens women’s Cup final as Canada beat the USA despite a stunning Naya Tapper hat-trick.
5th Place Play-off: USA v Canada
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USA trust in basics to beat Canada at RWC 2010
World Rugby Hall of Fame inductee Phaidra Knight remembers the Rugby World Cup 2010 fifth-place play-off, in which the USA edged old rivals Canada at Surrey Sports Park.
Carla Hohepa
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Watch LIVE rugby TODAY … New Zealand v France, RWC 2010
Re-live the Black Ferns’ stunning Rugby World Cup 2010 semi-final performance against France at the Twickenham Stoop.
Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens 2019 - Women's
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Watch LIVE rugby TODAY … Doubleheader at the Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens 2019
Late drama is the order of the day as World Rugby streams two nail-biting encounters from the Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens 2019.
England v France - Women's Rugby World Cup 2017 Semi Final
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Watch LIVE rugby TODAY … England v France, RWC 2017
Watch how tries from Sarah Bern and Megan Jones, allied to a huge defensive effort, helped England reach a seventh Rugby World Cup final.
WRWC 2017 semi-final: New Zealand v USA
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Watch LIVE rugby TODAY ... New Zealand v USA, RWC 2017
Portia Woodman races in four tries in Friday’s live streamed match, as New Zealand overcome USA in the semi-finals of Rugby World Cup 2017.
RWC Sevens 2018 - Sarah Goss
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Watch LIVE rugby TODAY … New Zealand v France, RWC Sevens 2018
Watch the Black Fern Sevens at their best as they win back-to-back Rugby World Cup Sevens titles at the expense of France in 2018.
Women's Rugby World Cup 2014
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Waterman: 'It was just a huge emotion of relief'
Ahead of the live streaming of England's Rugby World Cup 2014 final victory over Canada on Friday, try-scorer Danielle Waterman shared her memories of the historic match with World Rugby.
WRWC 2014 - New Zealand v Ireland
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Coghlan: ‘We believed we could do it’
With the historic encounter between Ireland and New Zealand at Rugby World Cup 2014 streaming live on Sunday, we asked captain Fiona Coghlan to share her memories of that day.