The use of a video to challenge rugby decisions is uncommon. But analysis is useful to make the game safe and fair.
Brain injuries and the long-term health effects in professional sport have become significant issues in the past decade.
From a safety and fairness standpoint, the new guidelines are reasonable and supported by evidence. They are the best way forward, not just for rugby, but for all sports.
If “fairness” is why trans players have been banned by World Rugby, then sport bodies need to realize many athletes have an unfair advantage because of issues like class and cultural backgrounds.
More than 80 academics have signed a letter to World Rugby urging a new approach with meaningful consultations with transgender athletes.
How sports coaches can inspire their team to defy the odds and win.
New research has found a tipping point which pushes the probability of rugby player concussion above 50%.