Inspirational Leader Siya Kolisi Returns HomeNov 12, 2019
Rugby World Cup-winning captain Siya Kolisi returned to his South African roots Sunday, holding the trophy as an open-top bus crawled through the streets of a Port Elizabeth township.
2019 Rugby World Cup Dream TeamNov 6, 2019
The dust has settled on what has been a tremendous World Cup in Japan, and now is a good time to look back and reflect upon some of the best performances over the past five weeks.
3 Key Matchups For World Cup FinalOct 31, 2019
England face South Africa in what promises to be a brutally compelling Rugby World Cup final in Yokohama on Saturday.
A Boat Race For 3rd Place? Gatland Thinks SoOct 30, 2019
Wales coach Warren Gatland joked Wednesday that a drinking game should settle third place at the Rugby World Cup as he prepares his disappointed players to face New Zealand.
How England Strangled The All BlacksOct 29, 2019
England put in the shift of the tournament on Saturday, ending hopes of an All Blacks three-peat and advancing to their first World Cup final since 2007.
Just One Change For All Blacks Ahead Of Semi-FinalOct 25, 2019
Defending champions New Zealand have made one change to their side to play England in Saturday's World Cup semi-final, a match coach Steve Hansen said could be one "for the ages".
One Change For England Ahead Of Biggest Game In 12 YearsOct 24, 2019
England will be playing arguably their biggest game since the 2007 World Cup final this Saturday against New Zealand, and for the occasion Eddie Jones has made just one adjustment to last...
Irreplaceable Welsh Duo Expected To Be Fit For SemisOct 23, 2019
Wales are confident their crucial but injury-prone center pairing of Jonathan Davies and Hadleigh Parkes will be fit for Sunday's World Cup semifinal against South Africa.
Wales vs South Africa: How'd We Get Here?Oct 21, 2019
Wales and South Africa each progressed their way to the semifinals on Sunday, beating France and Japan, respectively.
England vs New Zealand: How'd We Get Here?Oct 21, 2019
The world's top two teams laid down serious statements on Saturday, as England and New Zealand each put in dominant displays against Australia and Ireland in the quarterfinals.