Former Wales captain Gareth Thomas reveals he's living with HIV
Former Wales captain Gareth Thomas has revealed he has been living with HIV "for years" and appealed for support to "break the stigma" around the condition.
World Cup selection a headache: Cheika
Michael Cheika has described the Wallabies' lead-up to the Rugby World Cup as "perfect" but that has only muddied the selection waters for their opening Test against Fiji.
Understanding the All Blacks' supreme success
The All Blacks are a global sporting powerhouse with a winning record that sits just under 80% over the past 100 years. But how has that success been achieved, and what sets this team apart in not just rugby but world sport in its entirety?
All Blacks back-rower Luke Jacobson ruled out of World Cup
All Blacks loose forward Luke Jacobson has been ruled out of the Rugby World Cup due to a delayed onset of concussion and will be replaced by Shannon Frizell, the team said on Friday.
Michael Cheika's Wallabies legacy reaches moment of truth
Michael Cheika's Wallabies tenure began with a dream run to the 2015 World Cup final. But four years on the coach has little more to show for his efforts than an instinct for survival which is about to boil over in Japan.
George Smith says Wallabies must resist restoring 'Pooper' approach
Legendary flanker George Smith wants Wallabies coach Michael Cheika to persist with his recent back row combination, even if it means putting David Pocock on the bench.
Cipriani, Hartley reveal desperation over England RWC axe
Fly-half Danny Cipriani and former England captain Dylan Hartley have told of their disappointment over missing out on Rugby World Cup selection.
Key Wallabies selection calls ahead of Rugby World Cup opener
We're now just a week out from the start of Rugby World Cup 2019 with the Wallabies' opening game set down for Sept. 21. Michael Cheika's team begins its campaign against Fiji, for which the selectors still have some decisions to make.
Warburton: Rugby players 'will die during games' unless safety is improved
Former Wales captain Sam Warburton has warned that a professional player could die on the pitch unless rugby union takes preemptive measures to improve safety.
How do the Wallabies pick up the pieces? What do the All Blacks actually need to work on? And what have been the key learnings from two Springboks-Pumas clashes? The Rugby Championship restarts this week.
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