Source: World Rugby

Record hosting interest for Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021

Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 has attracted a record level of hosting interest after six unions formally confirmed an expression of interest to World Rugby by the 31 May deadline. Australia, England, France, New Zealand, Portugal and Wales all confirmed their intention to tender having reviewed World Rugby’s bid guide issued last month. The record

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Source: Artur Lesniak

Eight Pentathlon GB athletes selected for World Cup 2

Eight senior Pentathlon GB athletes return for second World Cup of 2018 Rio Olympians Murray, Cooke and Choong head strong British line-up in Los Angeles Joanna Muir, Jessica Varley, Francesca Summers, Sam Curry and Tom Toolis complete PGB team Pentathlon GB’s senior athletes will return to the international circuit as a strong team heads to

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Source: INPHO

Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 breaks new ground

World Rugby Chairman Bill Beaumont has hailed Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 as a “special and ground-breaking” event as New Zealand lifted the coveted trophy after a pulsating final, bringing down the curtain on a tournament that broke records on and off the field. More so than any other edition, Ireland 2017 has captured the

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