Science Editor, Elinor Jones, discusses the hidden long-term effects of playing rugby, and the methods that are being implemented in the modern game to reduce them.
Rugby World Cup
The Brave Blossoms: How Japan is Coming Together during the Rugby World Cup Anna Wilmot, Foreign Correspondent in Japan, gives an insight into the Rugby World Cup-fever across the country and how this event has brought Japanese people together. The Rugby World Cup has brought Japan to a fever-pitch of excitement, and the sport is […]
Nick Powell, Print Sport Editor, reviews the third week of the Rugby World Cup. A hectic week of World Cup Rugby brought us closer to discovering who the last eight will be, whilst producing more drama as the group stage reached its climax. It wasn’t drama everywhere, with New Zealand winning by 63 then 62 […]
Nick Powell, Online Sport Editor, reviews the first 10 days of the ongoing Rugby World Cup. It’s been a superb and unpredictable start to the Rugby World Cup and after 18 of the 48 games, we find ourselves with more questions than answers. At first, things seemed to be following a similar pattern to previous […]
The RBS Six Nations is back and following the poor showing in last years World Cup from the northern hemisphere nations, reputations are at stake. With Ireland trailing their third successive Six Nations title and England looking to begin their first major tournament under new head coach Eddie Jones, the trophy is very much for […]
Just before the England squad jetted off to Denver, Oli Davis caught up with Exeter Chiefs wing Jack Nowell to see how preparations have been going for the upcoming home Rugby World Cup. Few would have heard of Jack Nowell two years ago, myself included, yet the Exeter Chiefs man has been on a meteoric […]