Coronavirus postpones HK, Singapore rugby sevens
World Rugby has announced the Hong Kong and Singapore Sevens will be postponed until October due to concerns over the coronavirus outbreak.
Mako Vunipola has 'no regrets' on business ventures
Saracens prop Mako Vunipola says he has "no regrets" about entering into business with the club's former chairman, in the wake of the salary cap scandal.
0-6: This Aussie Super start feels all-too familiar
Agonising losses by the Brumbies and Reds over the weekend means the collective cross-conference record of the Australian teams sits at 0-6. It is not what Rugby Australia needs amid its broadcast negotiations.
Round 3: Stormers, Chiefs stay unbeaten with road wins
The Stormers shot to the top of the South African conference with a breakthrough win on the Highveld, the Cape Town-based franchise joining the Chiefs out in front.
Highlanders pip Brumbies after the siren
The Highlanders have stolen a Super Rugby victory from the Brumbies in Canberra after scoring a converted try in the 84th minute to win 23-22 on Saturday night.
Hurricanes end Sharks' Super Rugby streak
The Sharks surrendered their unbeaten Super Rugby record when they went down 38-22 to the Hurricanes in a match highlighted by spectacular long-range tries in Wellington on Saturday.
Allianz to end Saracens sponsorship at end of season
Allianz will end its sponsorship of the Saracens team and stadium at the end of the season, the German insurance group announced on Thursday.
England hooker Jamie George to stay at Saracens
England hooker Jamie George says he will continue to play for Saracens next season despite them being relegated from the Premiership for breaching salary cap rules.
England's Manu Tuilagi fit for selection against Ireland
England coach Eddie Jones confirmed on Thursday that centre Manu Tuilagi has recovered from a groin injury.
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Nicolas Chauvin's death altered the laws of rugby, but father Philippe cannot rest. "The final thing at my door today is that Nicolas did not die for nothing."
On the eve of the Rugby World Cup, Tom Hamilton assesses how far the game has come and how far it still has to go in its understanding of the most prevalent -- and damaging -- injury in rugby.
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