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ICYMI: John Mitchell Leaving USA Rugby For Blue Bulls Following Rugby World Cup Qualifiers

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Submitted by USA Rugby LAFAYETTE, CO – John Mitchell, head coach of the USA Men’s Eagles, has been appointed executive of rugby at Blue Bulls Company (Pty) Ltd, USA Rugby confirmed Thursday. He will assume the role in Pretoria, South Africa, in July following the U.S. National Team’s Emirates Airline Summer Series and Rugby World […]

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#RWC2019 Pool Draw Reactions

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DUBLIN, IRL – The pool draw for Rugby World Cup Japan 2019 (#RWC2019)took place this morning (4 AM EST) and fans across the world are hesitantly refreshing their computer screens praying their country didn’t get shunted into a group with New Zealand (or England, Australia, Ireland, South Africa, or Argentina for that matter).  The Webb Ellis Cup […]

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Tiger Rugby and ARPTC Launch Collaborative Effort for Women’s PDP

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Press Release from Tiger Rugby… LITTLE ROCK, AR – In yet another move to give more opportunities to young U.S Rugby players, American Rugby Pro Training Center (ARPTC) and Tiger Rugby have reached a collaborative agreement to clearly define the professional development of women’s rugby players. To that end, the ARPTC facilities in Little Rock, […]

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RWC Japan 2019: Rugby World Cup Pools Draw Mean Death vs Delight

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DUBLIN, IRELAND – With speculation on Warren Gatland’s British & Irish Lions squad over, the European Rugby Champions Cup semi-finals concluded, the news of Super Rugby’s impending doom contraction setting in, and international rugby on hiatus until June, a look towards rugby’s biggest event seems appropriate. That’s right… let’s go ahead and take a look […]

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Everest Awaits For Britain and Ireland’s Finest: Michael Halsey on British and Irish Lions

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NEW YORK, NY – “This, is your Everest, boys!” So said legendary British and Irish Lions‘ forward coach Jim Telfer’s immortal words (clip below) prior to the first test of the 1997 South Africa tour remain powerful enough to send a shiver down the spine of any rugby fan.  They serve as a reminder of […]

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Rugby Rain Man on Vancouver 7s: Cardiac Eagles, Emphatic England

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VANCOUVER, CANADA – The sixth leg of the 2016/2017 World Rugby HSBC Men’s Sevens Series is now complete. It was a hotly-contested leg, to be sure. The @Eagles7s had their best Day 1 ever and a impressive – but disappointing – Day 2. Meanwhile, England were able to stop South Africa and deny them a […]

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