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  1. Qatar is spending almost $500 million a week on World Cup infrastructure projects

    Thousands apply to be Qatar 2022 volunteers

  2. Australia's Israel Folau (R) and Kurtley Beale (L) tackle New Zealand's Rieko Ioane during

    World Rugby advise teams to cover up tattoos at Japan World Cup

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    Reluctant bowler Jadhav closing in on India middle-order spot

    Kedar Jadhav's part-time spin might be his ticket to next year's World Cup in England but the 33-year-old Indian batsman admits he is reluctant to ...
  4. IRB Rugby World Cup 2019 Press Conference

    World Rugby's big gamble enters final stretch

    Nine years after the bold decision to take their showpiece tournament out of the sport's traditional heartlands for the first time, World Rugby ...
  5. Rugby Union - Rugby Championship - Australia vs South Africa

    Kolisi says World Cup still the goal for Boks as they face All Blacks

    South Africa captain Siya Kolisi did little to ease any fears that his side can arrest their slide in the Rugby Championship ahead of their clash ...
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    France, Croatia favourites to set up World Cup final repeat

  7. Autumn Internationals - Wales vs South Africa

    Springboks desperate to get World Cup buildup on track

    South Africa coach Rassie Erasmus may have been exaggerating when he said defeat to the All Blacks on Saturday could have him fired but the ...
  8. Pichot, IRB World Rugby vice-president, speaks to Reuters in an interview in Buenos Aires

    Pichot calls for fresh 10-year blueprint to avoid 'ruin'

    World Rugby vice-chairman Agustin Pichot said the international game is under threat and urged unions and clubs to work out a new 10-year ...
  9. Adam Ashley-Cooper of Australia reacts during their Rugby World Cup final match against New Zealand

    Wallabies coach Cheika welcomes Ashley-Cooper World Cup bid

    Australia coach Michael Cheika has welcomed Adam Ashley-Cooper's bid to return to the Wallabies fold and play at a fourth World Cup in Japan next ...