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Dove Men+Care Portugal Rugby Youth Festival 2024

Dove Men+Care Portugal Rugby Youth Festival 2024

The 2024 Dove Men+Care Portugal Rugby Youth Festival is almost here, and we want to share with you what you can expect on 6 and 7 April.

Road to the RWC Final: Who will write their name in the stars?

Road to the RWC Final: Who will write their name in the stars?

The road to the RWC final has been paved after several thrilling weeks of fantastic matches. The most awaited moment of the year is here, with South Africa set to face New Zealand on 28 October at the Stade de France in Paris, to determine who will win the world's biggest rugby trophy.

Os Lobos 2023: Blood, Sweat, and Tears

Os Lobos 2023: Blood, Sweat, and Tears

Os Lobos, the nickname for the Portuguese rugby team, had a memorable and historic participation in the Rugby World Cup 2023. In their second appearance in this competition, the Portuguese team competed at the highest level, achieving several milestones, including their first win in a World Cup.

Rugby World Cup 2023: guide to the quarter-finals

Rugby World Cup 2023: guide to the quarter-finals

The pool stage of the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France is over and it’s now time for the knockout phase of the competition. Let's look back at some of the key moments from the first phase and launch the quarter-finals of RWC.

The global impact of the Rugby World Cup

The global impact of the Rugby World Cup

The Rugby World Cup (RWC), the pinnacle of international rugby, is not just about fierce competition on the pitch. It's a global phenomenon in terms of both popularity and audience size that unites nations, transcends boundaries, and celebrates the essence of teamwork, passion, and sportsmanship. Let’s find out more about the power of the RWC!

Mandela’s Legacy and the 1995 Rugby World Cup: A Symbol of Unity and Reconciliation

Mandela’s Legacy and the 1995 Rugby World Cup: A Symbol of Unity and Reconciliation

In 1995, South Africa, a nation marred by the scars of Apartheid, hosted the Rugby World Cup, marking a pivotal moment in its tumultuous history. Nelson Mandela, the newly elected president, and the country’s first Black leader, saw this event as a golden opportunity to mend the racial divisions of the past and to construct a new, unified national identity.

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