Scotland accept £70k fine for typhoon remarks
The Scottish Rugby Union has agreed to pay a £70,000 fine after comments made by its representatives about Typhoon Hagibis were found to have amounted to misconduct and "brought the game into disrepute".
Gatland: I rejected All Blacks to coach the Lions
Warren Gatland has said he rejected the opportunity to apply for the New Zealand job in order to concentrate on the Waikato Chiefs and British and Irish Lions.
Jones: I made two selection errors in RWC final
England head coach Eddie Jones has admitted that he made two selection mistakes in his side's Rugby World Cup final defeat to South Africa.
Wales' Davies out of 2020 Six Nations with knee injury
Wales centre Jonathan Davies will miss 2020 Six Nations after knee surgery, while fly-half Rhys Patchell faces a race to be fit.
Saracens docked 35 points, fined £5m for breach
Saracens have been deducted 35 points and fined £5.3 million for salary cap breaches, Premiership Rugby announced on Tuesday.
Robshaw, Baxter slam 'unfair' Saracens
Former England captain Chris Robshaw and Exeter Chiefs coach Rob Baxter were both heavily critical of Saracens.
Toronto sign Sonny Bill Williams for record $10m
With Toronto set to confirm Sonny Bill Williams' signing, the newly promoted UK Super League outfit reportedly have more stars in their sights.
Another Rugby World Cup triumph, another iconic moment for South Africa
ESPN's Team of the Tournament
With the dust settling on the Rugby World Cup, we assess the past six weeks of world-class rugby and its star performers.
By The Numbers: The Stats behind the RWC in Japan
With the tournament now over, Huw Richards takes a look at the stats behind the fantastic 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.
Why rugby stars Valentine Holmes and Christian Wade took a pay cut to play in the NFL
The ninth staging of the Rugby World Cup took place in Japan, the first time the tournament has been staged in Asia.
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?
With the sport's showpiece set to kick off in Japan, ESPN's rugby experts rank the best of the best on show at the tournament.
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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