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CONSUR Rebranded to Sudamérica Rugby

The Confederación Sudamericana de Rugby (CONSUR) will now be known as Sudamérica Rugby after a renaming exercise in line with World Rugby’s own re-branding last year. “It was a decision approved unanimously by the Annual General Meeting in Santa Fe, Argentina, last month,” explained Carlos Barbieri, Chairman of Sudamérica Rugby. ...

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Bronze Is Already Opening New Doors for Brazil

Following the history making Bronze Medal winning performance at the Pan American Games in Toronto  the country’s rugby community is buzzing with excitement. Those close to the players themselves gathered to welcome them home from their return flight from Toronto while social media was red-hot with excitement. Those unfamiliar with ...

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Pan Am Games: Canada Sweeps Gold

The lack of drama on Day 1 of the Pan Am Games was more than made up for as Day 2 rolled out more than a few thrillers that entertained a very good sized crowd in Toronto. In the end, it was the home sides that took home Gold as ...

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Pan Am Games: Day 1 Wrapup

Day 1 from the 2015 Pan Am Games in Toronto is in the books. Here’s a recap of all of the matches and how the teams stand as they head into Day 2 and the Medal Rounds. Men’s Division After Day 1 of the Men’s competition the quarterfinals are set. ...

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Pan Am Games Preview

Tomorrow morning in Toronto, 14 teams, Men and Women, begin their quest to bring home medals from the 2015 Pan Am Games. For the Women’s teams, this year’s Games mark the first time that Women’s Rugby has been offered at the quadrennial Olympic-style event. Men’s Rugby was played at the 2011 ...

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Forward Thinking (Vol. 1, Iss. 4): Rethinking June Tours

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Played every November, excluding Rugby World Cup years, the November or autumn internationals see European nations hosting incoming test teams from across the globe. It is a time when not only southern nations such as Argentina, Australia, Fiji, Namibia, New Zealand, Samoa, South Africa and Tonga tour the north but ...

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