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  • Commercial

    RunningRugby.com is positioned at the hub of the business community of both codes of rugby with a focus on the UK and Ireland. The RunningRugby.com website has more than 4,000 registered users who are all business decision makers in the sport. The site averages around 5,000 unique users per month and our email bulletin is sent to all our subscribers, the open rate average is over 1,000 and the list of those who engage is like a who’s who of pro rugby. Our partnership with specialist recruitmen...

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  • Terms and Conditions

    Before registering on and using the Running Rugby site we ask you to read the brief terms and conditions below.  Use of this site The content of the site (including content, graphics and logos) should not be duplicated or distributed to any third party without the express approval of Running Rugby Ltd. We cannot accept liability for the content or commercial activities of third party sites that can be accessed through links from our site. Subscription Running Rugby Ltd reserve the right to ref...

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  • Sweatz Vest

    The Sweatz Vest is a 100 per cent toxin free, biodegradable vest worn beneath your usual training clothing which the manufacturers claim will help generate weight loss. They say the vest works by causing the body to sweat more, which uses up more calories. The water lost is replaced by drinking, however the calories used to create the sweat stay off. In addition, the sweating helps the body detoxify, eliminating chemicals stored in the fat cells and making weight loss easier.  Effective for a r...

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  • RR speaks to Robin Bye

    ... to do for the last decade. And following ten years at the creative helm at Sarries, he has now gone solo, setting up Byelateral – an independent creative consultancy specialising in the design and delivery of innovative solutions for the sports industry. Robin grew up just minutes away from Saracens’ old Southgate ground, and was taught rugby at school by members of the 1st team squad that taught there (back well before the dawn of professionalism). Having studied at Middlesex University op...

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  • Case Study - Lansdowne Road

    ... created by a realignment of the pitch and a new access podium over the adjacent railway line. However, the capacity will be well below that of Murrayfield, the Millennium Stadium, Twickenham, the Stade de France and Croke Park, which the national team is using while Lansdowne Road is being rebuilt. With the old site surrounded by residential properties it put constraints on the design of the new stadium. So should they have built on a new site rather than go back to the old one? Roddy Guiney, c...

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  • Lighting Up - Valuable advice on floodlights

    ... offers some advice on installing a system     Having good facilities both off and on the field of play are an essential ingredient for success for every club from grassroots to elite level. It is important to have decent surfaces to play on and a customer orientated clubhouse/stadium environment to attract players, members and supporters. As a former player, one of the most important facilities for me was the playing surface, particularly on training nights during the winter months, plus half...

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  • Leigh Sports Village

    DAVID LAWRENSON looks at a new sports complex hoping to regenerate an old industrial area of North West England and revive the fortunes of a rugby league club   With a backdrop that once included a pit and a textile mill, there were few grounds more associated with the old image of rugby league than Hilton Park, home of Leigh Centurions. The club were one of the founder members of the Northern Union in 1895 and for much of their history have lived in the shadows of two local giants of the game,...

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  • Synthetic Surfaces

    ... training/academy grounds, which offer a number of additional pitch facilities. However, many are now installing third generation artificial carpet systems alongside their natural turf pitches to accommodate the clubs’ increased training needs. These are usually a 50-65 mm long pile, non-abrasive carpet system. These carpets are carefully in-filled with recycled rubber, which replicates soil and provides the initial comfort. Underneath is a pad designed for firmness, capable of absorbing impac...

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  • Social Networking

    ... goals of any club is developing strong fan connections, you should always be looking for new ways to interact and engage with the people that follow your team - including those that may only periodically, or never, attend a game in their lives. But just because they aren’t at the stadium doesn’t mean they don’t want to communicate with other fans before, during and after the game. New communication technologies - particularly web 2.0 environments and applications - open up a world of poss...

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  • Gary Hetherington - Chief Exec of Leeds Rugby

    ... Castleford Under-17s on the afternoons. On Sunday mornings he’d be turning out for the Miners Arms open age rugby league team. At 18, while still at school, Gary signed professionally for Wakefield Trinity and played at hooker under an assumed name because at that time it was illegal for schoolboys to be playing first-team rugby. When he enrolled at High Melton Teaching Training College in Doncaster, he was a well-off student driving around in a mini. By the time he left college he had been t...

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