Tudor Becomes Official Timekeeper For World Rugby

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27 November 2017

Watch brand Tudor has become the official timekeeper of Rugby World Cup 2019 and 2023, Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021, Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018 and 2022 and the annual World Rugby U20 Championship in a seven-year deal with World Rugby.

The partnership – announced this week at World Rugby’s awards in Monaco - also covers presenting partner status for the World Rugby Hall of Fame and the World Rugby Breakthrough Player of the Year Award at the World Rugby Awards in Monaco this year and in 2018.

World Rugby chairman Bill Beaumont said: “We are excited about our long-term partnership with Tudor. In line with Tudor’s ‘Born To Dare’ mantra, World Rugby is on a mission to grow our sport beyond its traditional markets and communities and we are looking forward to working with Tudor to further the projection of rugby in a global context.”

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