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  1. The 2003 Rugby World Cup was the fifth Rugby World Cup and was won by England.Originally planned to be co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand, all games were shifted to Australia following a contractual dispute over ground signage rights between the New Zealand Rugby Union and Rugby World Cup Limited.

  2. The 2019 Rugby World Cup was the ninth edition of the Rugby World Cup, the quadrennial world championship for men's rugby union teams. It was hosted in Japan from 20 September to 2 November in 12 venues all across the country.

  3. Club Champagnat Rugby: Martín Mendaro: Centre 1 August 1973 (aged 30) 44 Carrasco Polo Club: Joaquin Pastore: Centre 8 December 1981 (aged 21) 7 Old Boys: Carlos Baldassari: Wing 15 March 1979 (aged 24) 2 Club Champagnat Rugby: Alfonso Cardoso: Wing 27 December 1971 (aged 31) 36 Old Boys: Emiliano Ibarra: Wing

  4. The 2015 Rugby World Cup was the eighth Rugby World Cup, the quadrennial rugby union world championship. The tournament was hosted by England [nb 1] from 18 September to 31 October. [2] Of the 20 countries competing in the World Cup in 2011, there was only one change: Uruguay replaced Russia .

  5. Host selection. Three nations bid to host the 2011 Rugby World Cup – New Zealand, Japan, and South Africa. New Zealand had co-hosted the first Rugby World Cup with Australia in 1987, and had been set to co-host the 2003 World Cup with Australia before a disagreement over ground signage rights resulted in New Zealand being dropped and Australia became the sole host.

  6. › wiki › World_RugbyWorld Rugby - Wikipedia

    Testing is a mix of in-competition at World Rugby organised events, as well as out-of-competition testing, which can occur during a specified one-hour time slot designated by a player. In 2003, World Cup year, the World Rugby member unions undertook approximately 3,000 tests. "Keep Rugby Clean" is a campaign message run by the World Rugby Anti ...

  7. The Rugby Africa Cup is a two-year men's rugby union tournament involving the top 16 African nations based on their World Rugby rankings, it is organised by Rugby Africa. The tournament was first held in 2000. It was renamed the Rugby Africa Cup in November 2019, it was previously called the Africa Cup since 2006, the CAR Top 9 and CAR Top 10.

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