New research highlights how important preseason training is for preventing non-contact injuries in rugby union.
Many children play compulsory rugby at school – but the risk of injury is too high.
Recent research shows how the relationship between alcohol consumption, queuing and crowds can lead to violent behaviour in city centres at night.
A BBC Wales investigation reported claims of a ‘toxic culture’ of sexism and misogyny within Welsh rugby’s governing body.
Girls’ rugby is a sport with higher than expected concussion rates. As the sport grows in popularity, preventing concussions is more effective than treating them.
New research shows that the enforced layoff during the pandemic has put pressure on professional rugby players’ mental health.
Australian rules football was actually played before rugby union in Queensland — and it was only a quirk of history that caused Queenslanders to switch allegiances.
Injuries that commonly effect former players during retirement include concussion, neck injuries, shoulder dislocation, and knee ligament injuries.
The Black Lives Matter movement reminds us that using national anthems at sporting events is often insensitive and whitewashes the prevalence of racism in sport.
Financial scandals have damaged the integrity of both clubs. With the rewards for cheating so high, harsher punishments are needed.
The AFL and NRL have larger fan bases, and soccer more youth participants. Rugby union must find new ways to grow interest in the sport to reclaim its place in the Australian sporting landscape.
How sports coaches can inspire their team to defy the odds and win.
The historic sporting rivalry between England and South Africa has often been marred by political protests and controversy.
New research has found a tipping point which pushes the probability of rugby player concussion above 50%.
Many parents may insist on their child wearing headgear in the belief they are reducing the injury risk, when in fact the opposite could be true.
The struggles of being a female sports fan.
Sport has a mental health problem, but rugby might have the answer.
English-speaking rugby referees are aiming to improve their foreign language skills – but how will this affect the game?
Bending the rules can sometimes benefit a team so why should we discourage it?
What does being a captain entail? Is it more than just playing well and winning?