Rugby

— 29 September 2022

Red carpet in Monaco

Back to Monaco for World Rugby. For the first time since the start of the pandemic, the international body will be setting the scene for its World Rugby Awards... Read more »

— 13 September 2022

New Zealand lacks women leaders

New Zealand is not kidding around with the requirement for parity in national sports bodies. The rugby federation, New Zealand Rugby, has been fined for failing to comply with... Read more »

— 2 August 2022

A New Zealander in charge of ethics

World Rugby continues its reform work. The international body announces the appointment of an independent head of ethics, former New Zealand police officer Neil Hallett. He will be responsible... Read more »

— 1 August 2022

Hong Kong resurfaces

After more than two years of isolation, Hong Kong should be back on the world sporting map before the end of the year. The organizers of the World Rugby... Read more »

— 25 July 2022

World Rugby attacked by former players

Problems ahead for World Rugby. The British agency PA (Press Association) reports that a group of former internationals from the United Kingdom suffering from neurological damage will lodge a... Read more »

— 8 July 2022

AFD supports Rugby

With just over a year to go before the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France, the French Development Agency (AFD) is getting into the swing of things. It has... Read more »

— 29 June 2022

Rugby Europe goes digital

Rugby Europe is accelerating its digital evolution. The continental body chaired by Romanian Octavian Morariu (also an IOC member) has signed a cooperation agreement with the sports marketing agency... Read more »

— 3 June 2022

Europe opens up to South Africa

A revolution in the world of rugby. As of next season, no less than five South African teams will participate in European Cups. The Cape Town Stormers (pictured above),... Read more »